The Protocols of Sion # 2

-The Protocol plan 'will remain invisible until the 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 and the 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 (of the masses) must be diverted toward industry and trade. Thus, all the nations will be swallowed up in the 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 as the 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, the increase of police forces... (so that) in all the States of the world, besides ourselves, (there will be) only the masses of the proletariat, {With the non-lethal weapons and mind control psy-ops weapons developed in the last two decades the 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. Even the computer security has dual and multiple affects that allow major invasions of freedoms often only imagined in the annals of human culture. Soon the 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) in the hands of persons whose past and reputations are such that between them and the people lies an abyss, {E.g. South America and the Nazis, or Bush family} persons who, in case of disobedience to our instructions, must face criminal charges...' (Protocol 8)

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

-'We shall destroy among the (masses) the importance of the family and its educational value.' (Protocol 10)

-'We have invented this whole policy and insinuated it into the minds of the (masses)... {Their early Greco Roman success and the 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 by the direct road... It is this which has served as the 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 into the 'Show' army of Masonic Lodges in order to throw dust in the eyes of their fellows' (Protocol 11)

-What is the part played by the press today?... It serves selfish ends... It is often vapid, unjust, mendacious and the majority of the public have not the slightest idea what ends the press really serves. We shall saddle and bridle it with a tight curb Not a single announcement will reach the public without our control...'(Protocol 12)

-'The need for daily bread forces the (masses) to keep silent and be our humble servants In order that the 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 through the 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 from the moment of the complete wrecking of that Christian religion, as to other religions we shall have less difficulty in dealing with them.'(Protocol 17)

{Add to this, the foundational support of science and guidance to academia that we showed in the case of Rockefeller and Yale interests.}

-'When we at last definitely come into our kingdom by the aid of 'coups d'etat' prepared everywhere for one and the 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)

{The Gestapo had a lot of citizen help and the Nazis of Germany would be impressed with the denial of citizens going on today. There are strong indicators of major dependencies which lead away from freedom and people aren't even aware they aren't free due to the legalization and forced attendance at school not in existence in the time these ideas were formulated.} -'In our program one-third of (the masses) will keep the rest under observation from a sense of duty, on the principle of volunteer service to the State. {Machiavelli might say giving people perceived power to inform on others appeals to a lot of basic human urges.} It will be no disgrace to be a spy and informer, but a merit... how else (are) we to. .. increase? disorders?' (Protocol 17) 'Sedition-mongering is nothing more than the yapping of a lap-dog at an elephant... In order to destroy the prestige of heroism, for political crime we shall send it for trial in the category of thieving, murder and every kind of abominable and filthy crime. {The invocation of National Interest, increase in mutiny of the sea, fomentation of racial prejudices and the like served well for a century or more.} Public opinion will then... brand it with the same contempt.' (Protocol 19) 'Until (dissenters) commit some overt act we shall not lay a finger on them but only introduce into their midst observation elements...' (Protocol 18)

{The use of the Weathermen by J. Edgar Hoover was a fine example of this kind of management and encouragement to create a whipping dog to keep others from questioning whether the government was fair and open to criticism. Then they were brought down from within.}

Later Protocols deal with finances. Protocol 20 called for general taxation, 'the lawful confiscation of all sums of every kind for the regulation of their circulation in the State.' This would be followed by a 'progressive tax on property' and then finally a graduated income tax, a 'tax increasing in a percentage ratio to capital' as well as taxes on sales, 'receipt of money', inheritance, and property transfers. {The lack of actual taxes paid by the very rich allows further question. For example Rupert Murdoch is able to get preferred status by the creation of Congressional allowances just for him. Donations to the agencies of the Masons or churches are tax free and the investment in certain things they wanted allowed tax avoidance.} There was a discussion of 'the substitution of interest-bearing paper:' money since 'Economic crises have been produced by us... by no other means than the withdrawal of money from circulation.'

The Protocols also discuss at great length - loans, which it states 'hang like a sword of Damocles over the heads of rulers, who, instead of taking from their subjects by a temporary tax, come begging with outstretched palm to our bankers.'?

Despite their dubious origin, the Protocols were taken seriously by many powerful people, including Germany's Kaiser Wilhelm II, Russia's Czar Nicholas II, and American industrialist Henry Ford, who used them to persuade the U.S. Senate not to join President Wilson's League of Nations.

The Ochrana's plan worked a bit too well. A counterrevolution took place and pogroms against Russian Jews were instituted by vigilantes called 'The Black Guard', incensed by the Czarist propaganda. Continuing instability and violence finally resulted in the 1905 Russian Revolution, during which the Protocols again were trotted out by pro-czarist elements to inflame the public.

Hitler saw the Protocols as a real proclamation despite the evidence of fabrication. In Mein Kampf he wrote, 'They are supposed to be a 'forgery' the Frankfurter Zeitung moans and cries out to the world once a week; the best proof that they are genuine after all... But the best criticism applied to them is reality. He who examines the historical development of the past hundred years, from the points of view of this book (the Protocols), will also immediately understand the clamor of the Jewish press. For once this book has become the common property of a people, the Jewish danger is bound to be considered as broken.'

Author Konrad Heiden, an anti-Nazi contemporary of Hitler, while denying the authenticity of the Protocols, also saw a certain reality there. 'Today the forgery is incontrovertibly proved, yet something infinitely significant has remained: a textbook of world domination... the great principle of inequality fights to preserve its rule; {Is the principle of inequality behind Nietzsche's 'radical aristocracy'?} the ruling class philosophy of a natural hierarchy, of innate differences between men. Once this principle is expressed in the form of historical events, it also soon assumes the aspect of conspiracy... {Thus the actual historical record is admitted to demonstrate the league of Hegelian/Machiavellian/ Fukayama/Hobbesian/Wagnerians is at least the neo-Platonic similarity and real lock-step 'old boy network' that refutes any concept of Love and Brotherhood egalitarianism. Yet some call people like me conspiratorialists for pointing these real facts out?}The spirit of the Protocols, therefore, contains historical truth, though all the facts put forward in them are forgeries.'

It is the possibility of "historical truth" which has kept the Protocols in circulation since its inception. Today, modern conspiracy writers see it as a real program predating Nazism or Communism. Some claim the Frenchman Joly simply incorporated in his book concepts he picked up as a secret society member. Author David Icke saw a 'remarkable resemblance' between the Protocols and confiscated secret documents of the mysterious Bavarian Illuminati of the late eighteenth century. 'I call them the Illuminati Protocols,' wrote Icke, with some justification considering the numerous Masonic references in them.

The authors of The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail had an even more intriguing take on the Protocols. They noted the original Nilus edition contained references to a king as well as a "Masonic kingdom," concepts clearly not of Jewish origin. {I think a lot of Masonry is indeed connected to Noahdist Hebrew rituals.} Furthermore, it concluded with the statement, 'Signed by the representatives of Sion of the 33rd degree.'?

The Protocols may indeed reflect a deeper conspiracy beyond its intended use to encourage anti-Semitism, one hidden within the secret upper ranks of the Illuminati and Freemasonry.

In the summer of 1917 a young Estonian Jew {Was he a Jew or a Benjaminite/ Merovingian?} named Alfred Rosenberg was a student in Moscow where he was given a copy of the Protocols by a stranger. Following the Russian Revolution the following year, the anti-Bolshevik Rosenberg fled to Germany where he used the book to gain entry to a secret society in Munich, a move which was to have far-reaching effects for the world.

In late 1918 Rosenberg presented the Protocols to an aging Munich newspaper publisher named Dietrich Eckart. A boozing bon vivant and one of Germany's better known poets at the time, Eckart was enthralled by this plan for world domination. He introduced Rosenberg to fellow members of the 'Thule Gesellschaft' or Thule Society, a "literary discussion" group founded by a Baron Rudolf Freiherr von Sebottendorff. {Thule was another Atlantis location and probably located north of Ireland where the people of Eire colonized and maintained its ties to the spiritual center of Tara. It would be possible that it was either a larger Iceland although Plutarch thinks this was known as Ogygia. Ogygia means ancient ones and was probably a later designation. Thule might have been the Faroes or Orkneys or other islands at a time when the ocean was lower and there was no North Sea. These places would thus, like Iceland have been larger. The important thing here is the Thule group was not anti-Rosenberg and therefore not anti-Semitic in toto but possibly anti-Israelites-who threw Benjaminites out of Palestine.} The society proved to be merely a front for a more secret society, the Germanenorden or German Order. Both were anti-Semitic nationalist organizations laced with beliefs in the supernatural. Eckart claimed to be a "Christian mystic" who, according to an article written by Rosenberg after Eckart's death, was knowledgeable of the ancient Indian lore of Cosmic Consciousness (Atman) and the idea that reality is actually an illusion (Maya).

Sebottendorff, Eckart, and others within the Thule Society were greatly influenced by the beliefs of the most prominent twentieth century occult group--the Theosophical Society." (2)

But the Theosophists are just a public outreach from other more sinister elements.

Notes:

Rule by Secrecy, by Jim Marrs, 2001 Perennial Books edition, Harper Collins, NY, pgs. 140-153.

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DHS official: Border security bill does not contain 'amnesty' poison pills  Fox NewsImmigration hawks slammed the border security compromise President Trump signed into law Friday for containing last-minute provisions that they argued gives ...
Goodbye Knights? Lawmaker floats 'shutdown' of University of Central Florida  Florida PoliticsOn Tuesday, the House Higher Education Appropriations Subcommittee discussed capital spending for Florida's universities.

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