Revolutions, Power and Control

Revolutions are not what they’re made out to be. The first official revolution was the Glorious Revolution of 1688. There was no people uprising, it lasted a very short time, hardly a shot was fired and the foreign prince who invaded the country was received with open arms in London and given the crown. Who organized all this? It certainly wasn’t the people.

An uprising, a rebellion or a mutiny happens when people get really upset and want change. They are more often than not squashed at the very outset by the police or the army. If an uprising succeeds, it’s because the financial powers want it to succeed, and then it’s called a revolution.

It’s such a forceful term and it’s so successful in focusing popular attention and especially that of historians, that the bankers keep using it. The Glorious Revolution was followed by the Industrial Revolution, the American Revolution, the French Revolution, and the Bolshevik Revolution. Since the start of the 20th century, the Three Gorgon Sisters (Reuters, AFP and AP) have also used words like anarchist, communist, terrorist in order to focus our attention. We don’t really know who the anarchists were, what a communist was, and who the terrorists are today, but we tremble when we hear such words, especially when they’re repeated with the frequency that they are.

The Glorious Revolution happened when the bankers decided to create a Parliament and the Bank of England. The American Revolution happened because Rothschild financed the Philadelphia politicians in order to create the Bank of North America. Bankers are not very imaginative; they keep repeating the pattern that works best. The French Revolution happened because the bankers wanted to destroy the Catholic Church as a financial power, and it took them from 1789 to 1875 to do it. There were in all four French revolutions: 1789, 1830, 1848, and 1870. Today the French forget that well over 95% of those killed during those revolutions, including the Napoleonic years, were ordinary citizens; it’s much more popular to think that it was the poor who killed the rich and the clerics.

As for the Bolshevik Revolution, it was in preparation for WWI where Lenin was to create an eastern front in order to put the Germano-Austro-Hungarian forces in a vice. Lenin foiled the bankers by refusing to attack at the last minute, and that’s why he was assassinated, and why WWII was needed. The Germano-Austro-Hungarian forces, otherwise known as the Holy Roman Empire in the history books, represented what was left of the Roman Catholic financial power and it had to be destroyed before the European Union could become a reality.

Big Brother sitting in the City in London controls the financial world, and that became a fait accompli because what was left of the Catholic Church as a financial power was totally destroyed during WWI and WWII. Today the Roman Catholic Church has mind boggling assets but it has no power. BB rules with the US Dollar via the FED.

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2 responses to this post.

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    • I certainly would like to share my research with you and your students. I feel pretty much alone since most people consider my work to be of the conspiracy variety. But it’s very honest work, done over many years, and I condensed my findings in a book called Fed-ility. I just wanted to explain the financial forces of the AD Era that got us where we are today. I’d sure like historians to read my book and comment on it.

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