Protocols of Sion #2

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

The Protocol plan 'will remain invisible untilrepparttar moment when it has gained such strength that no cunning can any longer undermine it.' (Protocol 1) {Gardner's 1999 book and those of Barrett andrepparttar 149969 Blandford Publishers would seem to make it no longer "invisible”!}

-'Wars, so far as possible, should not result in territorial gains.' (Protocol 2)

-'(The) minds (ofrepparttar 149970 masses) must be diverted toward industry and trade. Thus, allrepparttar 149971 nations will be swallowed up inrepparttar 149972 pursuit of gain and.. .will not take note of their common foe.' (Protocol 14)

-'We shall create an intensified centralization of government,' (Protocol 5) '… we must develop (a) Super-Government by representing it asrepparttar 149973 Protector and Benefactor of all those who voluntarily submit… {Remember Hobbes, see LEVIATHAN entry.}...We shall soon begin to establish huge monopolies... '(Protocol 6)

-'The intensification of armaments,repparttar 149974 increase of police forces... (so that) in allrepparttar 149975 States ofrepparttar 149976 world, besides ourselves, (there will be) onlyrepparttar 149977 masses ofrepparttar 149978 proletariat, {Withrepparttar 149979 non-lethal weapons and mind control psy-ops weapons developed inrepparttar 149980 last two decadesrepparttar 149981 police and other enforcement of secret agencies under a variety of guises have expanded. Immigration, PATRIOT ACT or Mental hygiene, psychological teams in schools, medical use of drugs, tax collectors [There were no income taxes when these Protocols were written.] and a whole host of investigation and environmental or regulatory bodies have generated massive readjustments and further bureaucratization. Evenrepparttar 149982 computer security has dual and multiple affects that allow major invasions of freedoms often only imagined inrepparttar 149983 annals of human culture. Soonrepparttar 149984 use of human body parts, genes and dumping of artificial and other implanted knowledge will occur directly.} a few millionaires devoted to our interests, police, and soldiers.' (Protocol 7)

-'We shall put (government power) inrepparttar 149985 hands of persons whose past and reputations are such that between them andrepparttar 149986 people lies an abyss, {E.g. South America andrepparttar 149987 Nazis, or Bush family} persons who, in case of disobedience to our instructions, must face criminal charges...' (Protocol 8)

-'We have fooled, bemused and corruptedrepparttar 149988 youth ofrepparttar 149989 (masses) by rearing them in principles and theories which are known to us to be false... '(Protocol 9)

-'We shall destroy amongrepparttar 149990 (masses)repparttar 149991 importance ofrepparttar 149992 family and its educational value.' (Protocol 10)

-'We have invented this whole policy and insinuated it intorepparttar 149993 minds ofrepparttar 149994 (masses)... {Their early Greco Roman success andrepparttar 149995 patristic/Abrahamic 'baby-factories' is a precursor that when joined with 'The Original Sin' of Augustine made huge inroads of family ability to nurture each other. Women weren't allowed by law to become educated much less own things.} to obtain in a roundabout way what is... unattainable byrepparttar 149996 direct road... It is this which has served asrepparttar 149997 basis for our organization of secret masonry which is not known to, and aims which are not even so much as suspected by, these... cattle, attracted by us intorepparttar 149998 'Show' army of Masonic Lodges in order to throw dust inrepparttar 149999 eyes of their fellows' (Protocol 11)

-What isrepparttar 150000 part played byrepparttar 150001 press today?... It serves selfish ends... It is often vapid, unjust, mendacious andrepparttar 150002 majority ofrepparttar 150003 public have notrepparttar 150004 slightest idea what endsrepparttar 150005 press really serves. We shall saddle and bridle it with a tight curb Not a single announcement will reachrepparttar 150006 public without our control...'(Protocol 12)

-'The need for daily bread forcesrepparttar 150007 (masses) to keep silent and be our humble servants In order thatrepparttar 150008 masses themselves may not guess what they are about we further distract them with amusements, games, pastimes, passions, {The use of gambling and drugs or other addictions like lotteries and bingo.} people's palace (no TV at that time). Soon we shall begin throughrepparttar 150009 press to propose competitions in art, in sports of all kinds...'(Protocol 13)

-'It will be undesirable for us that there should exist any other religion than ours… We must therefore sweep away all other forms of belief.' (Protocol 14) 'Freedom of conscience has been declared every- where, so that now only years divide us fromrepparttar 150010 moment ofrepparttar 150011 complete wrecking of that Christian religion, as to other religions we shall have less difficulty in dealing with them.'(Protocol 17)

{Add to this,repparttar 150012 foundational support of science and guidance to academia that we showed inrepparttar 150013 case of Rockefeller and Yale interests.}

-'When we at last definitely come into our kingdom byrepparttar 150014 aid of 'coups d'etat' prepared everywhere for one andrepparttar 150015 same day...we shall make it our task to see that against us such things as plots shall no longer exist. {The success of monopolistic and imperialistic or economic [Fed, IMF etc.] made a unification unwarranted but what about space colonization and gene therapy or other technology they didn't have at their disposal?} With this purpose we shall slay without mercy all who take arms in hand to oppose our coming... Anything like a secret society will also be punishable with death..."(Protocol 15)

Pork Barrel and The FED

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

Andrew Jackson Establishes The Pork Barrel: The forces for corruption in government were there fromrepparttar start. Thomas Jefferson put it well in a letter to Lafayette in 1823 when he wrote: "I do not believe withrepparttar 149559 Rochefoucaults and Montaignes, that fourteen of fifteen men are rogue. I believe a great abatement from that proportion may be made in favor of general honesty. But I have always found that rogues would be uppermost, and I do not know thatrepparttar 149560 proportion is to strong forrepparttar 149561 higher orders... These set out with stealingrepparttar 149562 people's good opinion, and then steal from themrepparttar 149563 right of withdrawing it by contriving laws and associations againstrepparttar 149564 power ofrepparttar 149565 people themselves."

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