48-BADGE OF FEMININITY

Before breaking the time barrier and becoming intelligent, all women got the services of the alpha male who fought for that right. Sexually. the females were all fulfilled while most of the males were frustrated. But after we left the world of natural selection, women experienced a total reversal of fortune. That’s when the males found ways of outwitting the alpha male and started forcing themselves on the physically weaker females. To make matters worse, males were now not only aware that sex meant pleasure, but they also wanted as many healthy male offspring as possible in order to help them hunt and fight rivals. Moreover, as the genetic pool deteriorated, the males became more selective, preferring females endowed with good childbearing attributes, that is, young with big bosom and generous hips. The day we broke the time barrier some three million years ago was not a good day for the females.

Women never had a chance to fight back until the great wonderful world of credit got rolling in the early part of the 20th century. That’s when they started moving to the cities and working in factories and offices. They earned pitiful wages, often pinched by their fathers, but they still managed to put the odd nickel away in order to buy silk stockings or a coveted tube of lipstick. They felt that if they painted up to look young and beautiful like the kept women depicted in paintings hanging on museum walls, or the public sexy women in Hollywood, they would have a better chance of getting an alpha male like they were genetically programmed to have. In spite of the fact they were using a vulgar, unnatural and hopeless approach, there was hardly a female who didn’t adopt the badge of femininity.

The badge of femininity consists of wearing lipstick and mascara, showing cleavage and enhancing the buttocks with the help of high heels. It is perceived as a badge of independence and freedom, and being monkeys, all girls, young and old, want one. Today, when a woman walks into her workplace without her badge, she is often challenged by the other females and accused of being slovenly. It’s a form of competition. If the women with less sex appeal force the pretty foxy ones to paint up like they themselves do, the physical differences between them will be less noticeable. But it gets worse. Males also get involved in this competition because they too are stupid monkeys. Men despise makeup for the most part, but if females make a point of wearing the badge of femininity, they want the one who has the most attractive one. Her badge becomes his badge. Makeup is ludicrous to the point where women don’t want to be seen not wearing any by their mates when they go to bed at night, and make sure they have it on before their mates see them in the morning. The bottom line is, who, at the personal level, be they husbands or children, can feel fuzzy-wuzzy towards a woman wearing a mask, and at the workplace level, take a made-up clown or a bimbo seriously. Women must reclaim their natural look, walk with their head held high, and find a real mate who loves them for who and what they are.

Women want parity, and it’s totally warranted, but how can it be achieved? Let’s say an employer wants to hire an accountant. The first candidate is a female wearing the badge of femininity, the second is a male wearing tight pants and displaying a hairy chest, and the third one is a nondescript male wearing a suit. Assuming they are all equally qualified, the first one will be hired if the employer wants to decorate the office, the second will be hired if he happens to like pretty boys, but the third will be hired strictly because he’s an accountant. To be sure, there are situations where men and women are not meant to compete, but in our world of robotics and AI, women definitely can compete in most areas without having to look like a clown or playing the role of a bimbo.

Many would dearly like to help women achieve parity and have them take their rightful place, for it would make for a better world. Needless to say, if we lived in a matriarchate like elephants do, or returned to the world of our wild cousins, the problem wouldn’t exist. But that’s not the case, and the problem at hand is to find a way to reverse the perceived need to wear the badge of femininity. Maybe doing things like legislating against beauty contests for little girls would be a start. Who remembers JonBenet Ramsey, the six-year-old pageant winner who was found strangled in the basement of her house. What about the ‘glitz pageants’ where prepubescent bodies wear hair extensions, heavy makeup, press-on nails, and high heeled shoes. The enhancements are not only encouraged, they are necessary to win. Judges will even deduct points for contestants who don’t wear teeth covers that hide their jack-o-lantern smiles. Many good Christian women don’t see anything wrong turning their 6-year-old daughter into a sex object. If the ordinary mother remains undecided, she should ask herself why she doesn’t allow her 10-year-old daughter to wear make-up. If she answers honestly, she’ll know why all females shouldn’t wear the badge of femininity.

Nonetheless, there is hope in that a growing number of women who have reached their rightful place in the scientific, academic, and medical fields, refuse to wear the badge of femininity. It seems that education is the key to the true emancipation of women. We can never go back to the world of natural selection; therefore, women have to learn to fight on a level playing field, and they can’t do that unless they discard their badge of femininity.

Since women are the main victims of the ongoing twisted sexual revolution, they are more apt to want to initiate change, and if change is to occur, educating young girls is the best way to get started. If girls are made fully aware that we are no longer part of the world of natural selection, if they understand their ANS, and if they know how we got to this great wonderful world of credit, they’ll naturally want to take advantage of it by establishing lasting relationships based on genuine human values, and the boys will have no choice but to follow.

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47-THE PILL

In early 20th century, people moved to the cities in tandem with the arrival of electricity, tap water, toilets and jobs. It was the beginning of tangible societal empowerment. In 1913, the bankers in the City created the US Federal Reserve Board, and it officially opened the door to globalization. The first item on the City’s agenda was the bulldozing of the Ancien Regime countries of the Holy Roman Empire in Europe, as well as Tsarist Russia, the Ottoman Empire, Japan and China. Although the two World Wars that followed created havoc in America, the result was mostly positive for the women who got good paying jobs. After WWII, because America was now considered to be an Eldorado, all the citizens of the world wanted to go to that great land in order to create wealth, and a lot was created in a very short period of time.

People experienced greater comforts and prospects, and as societal empowerment took root, it was the males who got the diplomas, the managerial responsibilities, and the investing and inventing opportunities. Males were cast in the ‘father knows best’ role, and that didn’t augur well for the females. Although some women got jobs, they were of the office secretarial staff and factory production line variety. The parents wanted their sons to have a good education, get a good job, make good money, and marry a good woman, while for the daughters, it sufficed to get a good man, a ‘somebody’. The world continued to be very macho because women’s ambitions were geared to that of their men.

However, in 1920, after the passing of the 19th amendment, women got the right to vote, own property, and manage their bank account without their husband’s permission. After WWII, there was a move to the suburbs and the good life, and that’s when the real trouble started. It was the beginning of a world of comfort, leisure and plenty, a world for which our specie is absolutely not genetically programmed. The desperate housewife was being born.

The women had to wait for the 1960’s and the advent of the pill in order to be emancipated in a real sense. That’s when they were freed from male sexual domination and abuse, at least in part. For the first time in 3 million years they could claim that they were in charge of their own body, and free to decide whether to have children or not. But though the females did gain some sexual freedom, social parity remained very much out of reach.

Genetically, women are programmed to get the best male with the best genes, as dictated by natural selection. But when we left the world of natural selection some three million years ago, though our genetic make-up remained unchanged, the relationship between males and females took an abrupt turn for the worse. So, at the first opportunity, that is, in the 20th century, women unwittingly attempted to go back to the good old natural selection days when they were the ones who more or less ran things. But unfortunately, instead of consciously trying to reclaim their social role of old, they decided to make themselves more attractive and concentrate their energies on getting themselves a potential male alpha. They didn’t know at the time that fighting for emancipation by attracting pseudo alpha males with their badge of femininity would not only be a missed opportunity, but a disastrous social experiment as well.

The male entrepreneurs were quick to exploit that sexual aberration by taking charge of the fashion world generally, like they had Hollywood years before. The badge of femininity, as a symbol of independence and success, was adopted with a vengeance when technicolor hit the big screen in 1936, and especially the small screen in 1966. As they did so, the women naturally morphed into Barbies, and it made many heterosexual and homosexual males of the fashion and cosmetic world very rich. In wearing her mask, the female couldn’t hope to find a partner who was her equal and a job worthy of her potential, and she was an easy prey for any lame alpha male who came along. Establishing a meaningful relationship was almost an impossibility. She certainly wasn’t aware that wearing the badge in order to get a man or a job was not only ugly and vulgar, but counterproductive as well. To be fair, the pill had hit the market like a tsunami, and overwhelmed, women had responded instinctively by looking for an alpha male like they had always had in the world of natural selection millions of years before. Unfortunately, they weren’t aware that wearing the badge was putting a damper on their chances for gaining independence and parity.

It now seems obvious that if women are to achieve social equality and parity, they must discard the badge of femininity as an absolute prerequisite. They have to fight tooth and nail for equal education and equal jobs for equal pay, and getting free universal child care and parental leave, and having access to pro-choice clinics, are all a must. Women would be well advised to stop making their quest for alpha males a priority, for ever since we left the world of natural selection, the alpha males simply no longer exist. The alpha male of old was objective in his role and was concerned with the welfare of the group, whereas today, the perceived alpha male only wants to feed his ego. The female should look for an ordinary loving man like her in order to build and share the joys of a family and life in general, instead of looking for a virtual Adonis.

In our intelligent world, the secret is to find a partner with whom we can establish a lifelong relationship based on trust, honesty, and respect. And if equality and parity are to be achieved, women have to stop using sexuality as a tool, and throw their badge of femininity in the trash can. It can be done. If Marlboro Man, the macho man, was dethroned years back, surely Barbie, the bimbo, can be as well today.

46-EMPOWERMENT

Hopefully, my blog has so far succeeded in convincing some readers that we live in the best of all possible worlds, that there will never be another world war, and that the final obstacle to globalization, the oil patch unrest, will soon become a figment of our collective memory. We have Mayer Amschel, the greatest man who ever lived, and that I call Big Brother, to thank for that. Yes, we are in safe hands and free to enjoy a great quality of life like at no other time in human history. This is true in spite of the fact that the Gorgon Sisters brandish the crop more than ever, in wanting to make us believe just the opposite in order to keep us in line. But if we believe that our world is financially controlled by Mayer’s dynasty in the City, we can be sure that it is the prime defender of its great creation, and consequently, leading stressful lives doesn’t make sense.

I’d like to suggest that if we lead stressful lives it’s because we’re overwhelmed by societal empowerment. Big Brother, a great family man, who was born in a ghetto in Frankfurt, in 1744, where he lived all his life in complete anonymity, most certainly didn’t foresee this outcome. One thing is certain, if we believed in the existence and achievements of that great man, we would know that his descendants in the City are hell bent on protecting the great world he created, and that knowledge would dissipate our stress.

Regardless, whether we believe in Big Brother or not, we can’t deny that in the last 100 years, humans have been seriously empowered as a specie. Democracy, or the world of credit as I call it, is the greatest gift mankind ever received, and it has proven to be the ultimate political system, particularly since the turn of the 20th century when it really got going. In making credit available to the lowest rungs of society, Mayer and his banking dynasty in the City have given mankind the means to know freedom, security, prosperity and leisure, beyond belief.

But democracy has turned out to be a double-edged sword. In the last hundred years, the fantastic societal empowerment that it provided mankind has almost completely supplanted personal empowerment. We have stopped appreciating our fundamental values by disconnecting from the natural world. We have become intoxicated with societal empowerment to the point where we ignore our true nature. We want a bigger salary, a bigger house, bigger car, and more of everything instead of wanting what makes us happy. Our disposition to want to show we’re important, young, rich, and beautiful has taken over our lives.

The world of credit as we know it today was created in 1810, in the City, but as far as we mere mortals are concerned, it only got going at the start of the 20th century. At that time, individual empowerment was still at a high. ‘Little house on the prairie’, ‘The Walton’s’, and other television series portrayed that successful family way of life. Bringing in a crop, raising healthy farm animals, feeding the family, and building a homestead for sheltering a family and welcoming friends and neighbours were fulfilling activities. Our ancestors worried at times, but it never constituted stress, that is, the permanent nebulous state of anxiety many of us experience today.

Societal empowerment started in 325 CE when the newly entrenched and official Roman state religion, the Christian religion, gained political control of the Western Roman Empire and invaded it like a hermit crab. Gradually, Rome’s anointed absolute kings of divine right ruled over Europe, forcing the Nicene Creed down everybody’s throat and committing mindboggling atrocities in the process. In spite of all that, common man was valorized and empowered for the first time. Christians were told they were created in the image of God and went to heaven if they obeyed the 10 Commandments. If they didn’t, they ended up in burning hell for eternity. It was up to them. Unfortunately, or more exactly, fortunately, because the Holy See and its Kings of Divine Right were so exclusive and cruel, they made two deadly enemies, the Jews and the Huguenots (French Protestants).

These two persecuted groups managed to join forces in Amsterdam in 1602 before moving to the City, in London, in 1688, where they established the world’s first democracy. At first, only merchants and privileged citizens voted and benefitted from the system, but in time, universal suffrage allowed everybody to participate. Today, in all the democracies of the world, the citizens elect representatives to vote in the laws, and if they obey those laws, they get a job and receive a salary, if not, they face unemployment or jail. Most people earn a salary, and that is what societal empowerment is all about. Everybody is empowered more or less in that way, from the President, the Queen and the Pope on down

Christianity and Democracy have always been romanticized, and most of us are unaware of the real forces that created them in 325 CE and 1689 CE respectively. That’s perhaps because many of us entertain a vague feeling of having been lied to, and we don’t trust history books. Or maybe it’s because we are constantly fed convoluted information that fails to address the money trail of history, and we have more important things to do anyway, like thumbing our smartphones.

No matter, if we accept the fact that intelligence is a consequence of our breaking the time barrier, and that the more we are able to connect past events with future ones, the more intelligent we are, we must conclude that we are going backwards. Letting our minds be overtaken by historical amnesia and forever demanding to be fed more misinformation junk by the Gorgon Sisters via our smartphones, instead of trying to understand how Christianity and Democracy were created, explains the stress we are presently experiencing.

Personal empowerment has to do with basic human values, whereas societal empowerment has to do with doing as the group does. While basic human values are those of all living things and are fulfilling, societal values are moral in nature and are simply meant to make the group function. The solution is to learn to live with the smartphone while giving top priority to our basic human values. However, since we’re not genetically programmed for a world of comfort and leisure, our archaic survival instincts of ‘fight or flight’ and ‘feed or breed’ still have a hold on us, and they can only be processed efficiently by our brain if we are aware of them and will them into submission.

When we were little burrowing animals, around 65 million years ago, we were constantly wary of the dangers in and around our burrow, and in the sky above it. We grabbed any food at hand, and reproduced using the wham-bam thank you ma’am method. We were constantly on the alert and permanently stressed. Today, we feel threatened by the real or perceived threats of the whole world, we grab junk food and fast food on the go, and we use the wham-bam thank you ma’am approach to sex more than ever. Are we going backwards?

All living beings on earth are beautiful and fulfilled when they are in a nurturing or creative mode, so that’s what we should strive for if we want to free ourselves of stress. Creating a lasting family group, and finding what we love to do and doing it for a living, should definitely be our main aspirations. In the last 100 years, Big Brother has created an environment that allows us to easily do just that, yet our primal instincts make us do the exact opposite, the too many divorces that produce hordes of emotionally crippled children and the ongoing battle for high-paying stressful jobs being sufficient proof.

The 20th century has afforded us great freedoms and comforts, but that’s turned out not to be such a good thing because we are not genetically programmed for such a world. On the other hand, if we understood how Christianity and Democracy were created and how our specie was impacted by them, we would be more inclined to strive for a real nurturing and creative way of life instead of indulging in virtual pursuits.

Women are the most disadvantaged in the current context, and though they did carry out a sexual revolution in the latter part of the 20th century, it was far from being a real victory. We can only hope that things will get a whole lot better when more females understand why it didn’t succeed.

45-THE OIL PATCH

Our consumer world is built in large part on oil. The sweetest and cheapest oil comes from the Middle East. Today, the unrest we see in the world and call terrorism stems in large part from its exploitation, and it constitutes a major obstacle standing in the way of the development of the global village. But although the oil sheiks have accumulated mountains of petrodollars, they have no real power, so it won’t take as long for Islam to throw in the towel as it did for Christianity.

Because the oil sheiks are bitter relative to the apparent injustices done them by the City, and because they don’t want to be overwhelmed by western ways, they manipulate Islam in order to reclaim some power over their destinies. Religion is once more being used as a tool. However, because the City has all the gold and controls all the central banks of the world since the Bretton Woods agreement in 1944, it is omnipotent, and it will not let the oil sheiks stop the march of globalization.

The Middle East problem started after the fall of the Ottoman Empire during World War I, when a Briton, Mark Sykes, and a Frenchman, Francois Picot, were directed to draw the new borders of the Middle East sheikdoms. In wanting to better organize the exploitation of oil by France and Britain, the City bankers directed them to draw the map of this very volatile region of the world and divide it into states that cut through ethnic and religious communities. In doing so, they created a geopolitical problem of great proportion. A century on, many Arabs continue to blame the subsequent violence in the Middle East, from the occupation of Palestine to the rise of the Islamic State, on the Sykes-Picot treaty.

The excellent cheap easily extracted oil started being shipped around the world just as the US Dollar was becoming the dominant currency in the world following the creation of the Federal Reserve Board in 1913. At that time, oil was selling for less than five dollars a barrel, and Europe and America couldn’t get enough of it.

For 100 years now, the Arab states, led by Saudi Arabia, have been selling mindboggling amounts of oil to the developed countries. To this day, the Emirates hold more dollars than anybody else in the world, and therein lies the problem. They can build ski slopes in the desert, but they are not allowed to build aircraft carriers and atomic bombs. The only way the oil sheiks can make the petrodollars work is by depositing them in the Central Banks of the World which are directly tied to the City. If they wanted to withdraw their dollars in order to make the Central Banks collapse, their dollars would no longer be worth anything. It is the best catch22 ever devised by man. The sheiks are very rich, have little power, and are very frustrated.

Terrorism is the result of this frustration. The Emirates are doing everything they can to reclaim their autonomy and free themselves from the City. Though this is an absolute impossibility given that the City owns and runs the financial world, it does not stop them from trying. The sheiks have not only chosen to manipulate Islam in order to achieve their goals, but the problem is further complicated in that Islam is split into Sunnis and Shiites, two factions that behave like deadly enemies.

Following the Sykes-Picot treaty in 1916, the City not only financed the development of the oil industry, but they paid for the oil extracted. The problem, however, was that the sheiks didn’t have any say in the matter, and once empowered by the fantastic windfall that ensued, they wanted to redress the situation. The City bankers had foreseen this, and in wanting to police the area, they created the Empire of Iran in 1941 and Israel in 1948. However, they made a big mistake in not paying attention to the fact that Islam was divided into two deadly enemy factions.

Since close to 90% of the 1, 5 billion Muslims in the world are Sunnis and the rest Shiites, Saudi Arabia and Egypt being the two main countries in the Sunni world, we could wonder why the City bankers opted for a Shiite Iran. In 1941, when the City decided to enthrone the Shah of Iran and give him state of the art armament, it seems the City was swayed by the fact that ex-Persia represented one of the greatest cultures that the world had ever seen, and that the sheiks of the peninsula were perceived as mere tribal chiefs.

Since 1694, the City bankers have made three major mistakes. The first was when the original Bank of England bankers forced English trade down everybody’s throats which ended up costing them America and the financial control of the world. The second was when the banking dynasty that replaced it put too much trust in Lenin which led to WWII, and the third was when that same dynasty failed to pay attention to the Shiite-Sunni split which ended up costing them the Six-Day War, the Iran-Iraq War and the two Gulf Wars, not to mention all the ongoing terrorist acts that have to be countered on a daily basis.

The City bankers did, however, change their minds after Israel defeated Sunni Egypt in the Six-Day War in 1967, when it became obvious that the Shah of Iran was not able to hold his end of the bargain and assert his authority in the Middle East. In 1979, they decided to back the Sunnis (Saudi Arabia and Egypt) instead of the Shiites (Iran). They had the Ayatollah Khomeini depose the Shah of Iran on the one hand, and encouraged Saudi Arabia to back Saddam Hussein and make him the strong man in Iraq on the other.

The Iraq-Iran War followed in 1980, and it turned out to be a long war of attrition that ended in a stalemate. Not only was Saddam Hussein an incapable leader unable to defeat the Shiites of Iran, but he was becoming an unmanageable despot. He therefore had to go, and it took two Gulf Wars to get rid of him, one in 1990 and another in 2003. A media campaign was sufficient to get America to launch the 1st Iraq War codenamed Desert Storm in 1990, but the negative results of that war that had followed the apocalyptic Vietnam War made Americans wary, and it took the World Trade Center bombing of 1993, the Oklahoma Federal Building bombing of 1995, and 9/11 in 2001 to get America to launch the 2nd Iraq War in 2003. Today, Saddam is gone, the Sunnis (Saudi Arabia) are slowly reasserting their authority in the region, while the City is encouraging a Muslim diaspora in order to have Islam integrate the global village. By having millions of Muslims immigrate to a Europe that badly needs manpower, Islam will gradually be liberated from the sheiks’ influence and become a peaceful religion just like in the case of the Vatican in 1945.

As the global village concept is being implemented, there is a lot of collateral damage whereby the innocent suffer, and we need only look at what the Sunni backed ISIS is doing in the Middle East and Africa, but the good news is that the Sunni leaders are bound to be wearing ‘suits’ in the not too distant future.

44-GEOPOLITICAL SANDWICH

WWII had been needed because, during WWI, Lenin had refused to enter the war and create an eastern front like the City had expected, and the City had had no choice but to terminate a war that had become a senseless war of attrition, and get rid of Lenin. The City bankers decided that if Russia was to be counted on to create an eastern front in the upcoming WWII, and eventually play a scarecrow role as the mighty USSR after the war, another strong man was needed at the helm. By 1928 Stalin had introduced his five-year plan.

In 1929, Stalin called for the liquidation of the Kulaks as a class, and the Red Purges were officially carried out between 1936 and 1938. In 1922, Lenin had introduced a New Economic Policy that had allowed the Kulaks to own their crops, and Stalin decided to put an end to it, starving and killing as many as twenty million citizens in the process. According to this monster, in order for the USSR to catch up with the world, everybody had to work for the state, and that’s all there was to it. Naturally, Russia was transformed into the formidable police state that a lot of us later got to know.

Though Russia lost another twenty million of its people during WWII, in geopolitical terms, the Second World War was a complete success. With the hordes of Eastern European Jews bent on reaching America forcefully rounded-up and sent to work for the German war machine before being shipped to Palestine at the end of the war, Israel was on the road to becoming a state. With the pound destroyed along with Germany and Japan, the City bankers could now concentrate on forcing the European nations to work together, and on turning China into a great market economy. Since the City bankers knew the European Union market was not going to be as easy to create as the Chinese one, they decided to speed things up by creating a European geopolitical sandwich.

Prior to WWII, Russia had been merely a shell of a nation. But thanks to the American lend-lease program, the City had armed the nation and Russia had ‘won’ the war. Now, all that was left to do was transform Russia into a virtual superpower, the USSR, a country that would be perceived as a worthy U.S. foe.

The world would henceforth have two major league teams: the U.S. would be team ‘A’, and the USSR, team ‘B’. They were to threaten each other in order to create tension, but they were never meant to shoot at each other, and never did. Both teams did the bidding of the bankers in the City, and if there’s any doubt, all we have to do is look at the role the USSR played in Afghanistan, Egypt, Algeria, Cuba, and other parts of the world before it collapsed like a house of cards. However, the main purpose for having these two teams after the war was to create a monster geopolitical sandwich, a sandwich with Europe in the middle of two bigger-than-life military powers, the U.S. and the USSR. Having lost its will to fight after two world wars, and being constantly threatened with nuclear annihilation, Europe would naturally be eager to unite and protect itself against those two big bullies. As planned, the cold war did not see a single shot fired between the two “superpowers,” and the Treaty of Maastricht was signed at about the same time the Berlin Wall was torn down in 1989.

Russia was a huge, bankrupt country that had always known a feudal serf system. It had been a nation with no market economy, no infrastructure, and its citizens didn’t even have indoor plumbing, yet lo and behold, underdeveloped Russia miraculously becomes a superpower overnight, and takes off for the stars. In no time at all, it had rockets and Sputniks, nuclear bombs and missiles, and it was threatening to blow up the whole world. Intercontinental bombers and nuclear submarines were being built in record number and in record time, or so the Gorgon Sisters told us. The City was obviously building the most impressive scarecrow it could dream up as fast as it could. Russia’s MIGS were even equipped with Rolls-Royce engines. Russia had a lot of missiles, but we’ll never know how many of them were equipped with nuclear warheads. The City was erecting an imaginary apocalyptic structure that would be so threatening and so ever-present in people’s minds, especially now that there was a television set in everybody’s living room, that it would sow terror in the heart of the citizens of the world. Russia became a phenomenal scarecrow that was used in a masterful propaganda campaign that lasted forty-odd years.

The City had set up the Russian scarecrow for everyone to see. It financed the Sputnik project in 1957 and stuffed the ensuing images in all the television sets of America and the world, thereby turning the USSR into a bigger-than-life foe. When the Berlin Wall was built in 1961, and especially when Nikita Khrushchev allegedly gave atomic bomb carrying missiles to Cuba in 1962, the USSR was perceived as the baddest superpower the world could imagine.

As expected, with the U.S. on one side and the USSR on the other, the Europeans were quick to start talking union. As early as 1950, Germany and France decided to unite their steel and coal industries, and in 1957, the same year Sputnik was launched, the Treaty of Rome was signed and the European Economic Union, the EEC, was born. The Berlin Wall fell in 1989 and the Treaty of Maastricht was signed in 1992. Now that the European Union had reached the point of no return, the wall was no longer needed. It was demolished while Russia went back to being the feudal serf regime that it had always been. At the time, many wondered about the USSR being little more than smoke and mirrors, but the Gorgon Sisters kept the image alive as best they could. The propaganda techniques used in the case of the USSR scarecrow were so efficient and cost-effective that the City is today successfully using the same technique in North Korea, albeit for other reasons.

If the geopolitical U.S.A.-Europe-USSR sandwich theory seems far-fetched, circumstantial evidence can be had from Louis T. McFadden’s infamous report to Congress in November 1934. McFadden was a respected Congressman who had started as a humble bank clerk and had become President of the Pennsylvania Bankers’ Association before being elected as a Republican Representative to the sixty-fourth Congress in 1914. Congressman Louis T. McFadden was Chairman of the very prestigious House Committee on Banking and Currency from 1920 to 1931. Nonetheless, this extraordinary citizen was accused of being an anti-Semite because he fought the FED.

When he accused the FED of having caused the Great Depression, and also of having funded the Bolshevik Revolution, it was taken very seriously in the City. It got worse when, in 1932, he moved to impeach President Hoover while bringing conspiracy charges against the FED, and when again in 1933, he moved to impeach the Secretary of the Treasury, two assistant Secretaries of the Treasury and the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve, as well as the officers and directors of the FED’s twelve regional banks. His attempts failed, but there were subsequently three attempts on his life. The third one was successful when he died of poisoning on a visit to New York City, in 1936. No order is ever given for drastic action of this kind, but there is always an appropriately placed ‘suit’ to do what ‘needs’ to be done.

The City cannot exist without democracy, and democracy cannot exist without the empowerment of the people, therefore, the City bankers are sometimes forced to play with life and death like a heart surgeon. Taking a healthy heart from a dead person, and a sick one from a live person, and switching them, is not something too many people can do. And while the results are not always those hoped for, who can say with any degree of certainty if it’s warranted? The only things that matter in drastic world undertakings such as war is for its motive to be dispassionate and for the goal to be for the good of all, at least in the long term. After two world wars, there was Bretton Woods, and since then, the world is officially under one financial roof. If we believe that, as we should, we also believe that the City bankers can’t possibly want to destroy their superb structure that took 400 years to build. We can be absolutely sure there will never be another major war, that is, unless it’s launched from outer space.

43-WWII AND BRETTON WOODS

In 1917, something went very wrong, and WWI had to be stopped. The City had planned for the Americans to enter the war and pierce the Western Front, and for the victorious Bolsheviks of Russia to attack from the East, the intent being to crush the Holy Germanic Empire using a pincer movement. But it didn’t happen because Lenin decided to quit the war instead. So with no Eastern Front, and after years of apocalyptic trench warfare in France, the City decided to end it. It would get at the Holy Germanic Empire some other day. Lenin died in 1924 of gunshot wounds sustained in a 1918 assassination attempt and was replaced by a more sanguinary Stalin.

In 1918, the City dynasty immediately sat down at the drawing board and prepared for WWII. The Treaty of Versailles signed in 1919 was the worst possible peace treaty imaginable, and we can be sure that peace was not on the peacemakers’ mind. All the statesmen had to be from la-la land in order to give their approval to such impossible terms. The thirty-three billion dollars of war reparations the allies imposed on Germany couldn’t possibly be repaid and everybody knew it. Furthermore, when it was decided to split Germany in two by creating the Polish Corridor, the whole German population was profoundly humiliated. Such decisions were more than enough to set the wheels in motion for WWII.

The Treaty of Versailles definitely indicated the direction in which the City was heading, and very soon the bankers found their mouthpiece, the man who would rally the German crowds. Adolf Hitler was noticed very early on in 1919. In spite of his poor physical condition, he had joined the army in 1914 at age twenty-five. Until then, he had been a poor, lost soul and the war had given him a purpose in life. Private Hitler volunteered his services as a dispatch runner, a very dangerous assignment, and was eventually promoted to the rank of corporal. His comrades thought he was rather weird, for he forever volunteered for the most dangerous missions, facing death repeatedly while remaining unruffled by it all. In 1916, he was wounded in the leg and went on R&R to Berlin where he became thoroughly disgusted with the apathy among German civilians with regards to the war. Upon returning to the front in the last days of the war, he was blinded by chlorine gas and returned to a starving, weary Germany to convalesce. Upon hearing that Germany had been defeated, he became totally despondent, and when he eventually snapped out of it, he was filled with deep hatred vaguely directed at groups within Germany.

In 1919, still in the army, this overly patriotic twit went so far as to inform on his fellow soldiers, and this led to the arrest and even the execution of many of them. The General Staff, embittered by Germany’s defeat and the unjust terms of the armistice, rewarded Hitler by promoting him to undercover agent and sending him on an indoctrination course at the University of Munich. He returned as an “education’ officer, and started speaking out with great vehemence against the Communists. The mysterious Thule Society had taken Hitler under its wing and his fate was sealed.

Hitler swore vengeance on those who had defeated Germany and had put an end to the war, the only worthwhile experience he had ever known. Inexplicably, his ire was directed mostly at the perceived enemies from within Germany, the Communists and the Jewish Marxists. Moreover, Hitler had to have had serious psychological problems in order to advance the idea of a superior race made up of blond, blue-eyed Aryans. This was not a healthy idea to begin with, but it was especially so because Hitler happened to have a swarthy complexion and brown eyes that had most likely been genetically transmitted by a Jewish parent. It’s obvious that someone was manipulating this air brain.

In 1919, Hitler, the intelligence officer, dressed as a civilian in order to spy on a meeting of the German Workers’ Party in Munich. When one of the members suggested that Bavaria separate from Germany and join Austria, it touched a raw nerve in the extremely patriotic Hitler. He couldn’t resist lashing out at the whole gathering in spite of the fact that he was Austrian by birth. Nonetheless, he definitely had the gift of the gab and everybody was impressed. Understandably, the members of the Thule Society were quick to have him join the German Workers’ Party. He may have been uneducated with deep psychological problems, but now, this empty-headed megalomaniac guided by hate and vengeance was in politics.

Hitler was a great talker, but all the ideas he kept expounding over the years were those of the Thule Society. This fraternity consisted of a small group of influential Germans who believed in the superiority of the Aryan race. They were deeply nationalistic and racist and from the very beginning, they had the swastika in their coat of arms. It was Dietrich Eckart, a leading member of that society that helped Hitler hone his public speaking skills. As early as 1919, Hitler had definitely been taken in by the Thule Society, the group that gave birth to the Nazi Party.

At first, the violent methods used to promote Hitler and the German Workers’ Party didn’t have the desired results. They only succeeded in getting the whole country to view Hitler as a silly little man, a sort of bad-tempered clown. Nonetheless, by 1923, Germany was reeling under the effects of inflation, and Hitler’s backers thought the time had come to make their mark by overthrowing the Bavarian Government. However, the Munich Beer Hall Putsch, as it became known, failed and Hitler was arrested. That’s when Hitler’s supporters decided that force alone was not going to work and that it was best to use more politically-correct methods.

Hitler’s public trial lasted several weeks and, for some unknown reason, the authorities let this ridiculous little man flaunt his oratory skills throughout. He apparently seduced many of the judges, for instead of getting life, he got five years, and he was eligible for parole within six months. He served nine months in luxurious quarters, and even had a private secretary, Rudolph Hess, who was a member of the Thule Society. That’s when Hitler produced Mein Kampf, a book that could never have been written without the help of Hess, a man who had studied politics at the University of Munich. The writing of Mein Kampf was, without a doubt, a way to spread Thule Society propaganda.

Guided by the members of the Thule Society, and assisted by misfits like Joseph Goebbels, a communications and propaganda genius, Heinrich Himler, a cruel, cold-blooded psychopath, and Adolf Eichmann, a logistics genius, Hitler became Fuhrer in 1934. It’s obvious that the Nazi Party was a very costly machine to operate, and only the City, through the Bundesbank and the German arms industry, could have financed such a sophisticated political machine, for Germany was a devastated country. And as the arms industry revved up its production, the economy picked up, and Hitler, now seen as some kind of savior, easily convinced the German people that war was inevitable.

When WWII became official, the German army went around the totally useless French Maginot Line with lightning speed and had the allies surrounded at Dunkirk in a matter of days. One can only wonder why, in an age of air and tank warfare, a great nation such as France spent huge sums of money in order to build an archaic structure, if not to allow Hitler to reach the Atlantic in record time. With the allied armies unable to retreat further, Hitler let the troops sail to England, no doubt hoping for a non-aggression pact in compensation for his good deed. However, England was apparently not willing to cooperate. Hitler then figured he might get the English to change their minds if he shook them up a bit. Eventually, the English must have given Hitler some assurances, for the London Blitz ended on May 10th 1941. Convinced that the Western Front was now secure, Hitler immediately turned his attention to the Eastern Front, and invaded Russia on June 22nd, 1941. Just like Napoleon in 1812, who had gone after the gold in the Urals, Hitler wanted to get his hands on something he really needed, the oil in the Caucasus. In both cases, the megalomaniacs’ armies were destroyed, and in both instances, their empires came to an abrupt end. The City tends to repeat what works well.

On December 7th, 1941, shortly after Hitler took off for Russia, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. It seems the City was thinking of China and wanted to destroy the Nippon Empire while having America physically enter WWII. In July of that same year, Congress was encouraged to impose an oil embargo on Japan, and the ensuing kamikaze approach to the war adopted by Japan proved how effective that was. Japan had tried to negotiate with the U.S., but everything possible had been done by the Americans to have the negotiations fail. The very proud Samurais were thus forced into a suicidal war, hanging on to the hope that an alliance with an apparently victorious Germany would improve their prospects.

If there’s any doubt that America was conned into going to war, a few facts should help dissipate it. Although the U.S. and UK navies controlled the Pacific, and although there was a SCR-270 radar station with a 150-mile range installed in Honolulu, the Japanese were able to have a huge fleet of warships, including aircraft carriers, sail across the Pacific to Hawaii, and then launch squadrons of aircraft without anyone noticing. Furthermore, all the U.S. aircraft carriers had been sent out on sea exercises and only the very outdated WWI battleships and destroyers remained in port. The play became obvious when President Roosevelt, under the guise of protecting the U.S. air force, personally ordered all the military aircraft based at the Honolulu airbase to be positioned in such a configuration as to make them less vulnerable on the ground, but which had, in fact, the effect of preventing them from scrambling effectively. It seems that the City dynasty had simply let Roosevelt know it was time for war.

The City bankers succeeded in getting the U.S. to join the war at a cost of only 2,390 lives, the number of casualties at Pearl Harbor, a low human toll when considering the mindboggling number of casualties in WWI and WWII. The war in the Pacific got underway as planned, and the U.S. declared war on Germany without actually engaging Hitler for another three years. When the American troops did get into the thick of things on D-day, in 1944, Stalin’s troops came in from the east, and the Holy Germanic Empire was totally destroyed. As of that moment, all the Ancien Regimes of Europe, including Russia and the Ottoman Empire, could be considered destroyed, and the Vatican tiger was at last toothless and declawed.

To have some idea which countries the City targeted in WWII, we need only look at the casualty numbers. Russia lost twenty two million soldiers and civilians, while Germany and China suffered losses of eight million and twenty million, respectively. As for the UK, the U.S., and France, they lost around half a million each. We know that the City had wanted to destroy Germany, but why so many Russian casualties? And what was going on in China? For one, Russia had to be seriously weakened if it was to be trusted to play the scarecrow role it was being assigned, and that will be explained in the next posting. In China’s case, the City obviously had let the Japanese mangle the Chinese warlords at will, for during the war it supplied China with just enough war materials for it not to capitulate. The City had fully intended to destroy Japan once the Chinese warlords were done in, and the time had come. China was ready to be transformed into the great market economy that it is today.

In 1944, in Bretton Woods, with the world having gone through the grinder, the City convened all the nations of the world, and it had no difficulty in creating the first official world currency of reference, the U.S. dollar. All the countries agreed to peg their currency to the dollar and use the dollar as a reserve currency. The City had achieved the ultimate in financial wizardry, the paper dollar was now as good as gold worldwide.

42-WW1 AND 1929 CRASH

In 1913, with the U.S. Federal Reserve fiat dollar in the bag, the City decided to get rid of what was left of the Ancien Regime countries around the world, the Holy Germanic Empire being the center piece in Europe. It was the official launch of globalization. The idea was to create grandiose market economies just like that of the U.S.A. It had been relatively easy in the case of the USA, for it was built on virgin land where a few gentle animists roamed, but in the case of Europe, a built-up hodgepodge of old countries with unique cultures, old money, and long-standing traditions, it was indeed a different kettle of fish. But if globalization was to be, the first step was to transform the autocracies run by tsars, kaisers, kings, warlords, and sultans into democracies. Faced with the complex situation in Europe, the City bankers had no choice but to bulldoze the whole lot and start from scratch.

The three Gorgon sisters, the Reuters, AP and AFP news agencies, used the most basic kind of propaganda to work the nations of the world into a frenzied, anti-German mood. We don’t know when the phrase ‘the war to end all wars’ hit the wires, and we don’t know who was first to utter it, but we do know it was repeated time and time again until it became a war cry around the world. Any good propagandist will agree that once such a phrase is rooted in the popular psyche, very few citizens will dare speak out against it, for war and patriotism are concepts that work well together. Later, when it came time for the USA to go to war, President Wilson even created the Committee on Public Information (CPI), an official propaganda and censorship agency.

Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated on June 28, 1914, and without the least indication that Serbia was responsible for the assassination, Emperor Franz Joseph declared war on Serbia on July 28th. On August 4th, the United Kingdom declared war on Germany and by August 12th all the major powers were at war and the first major engagement of WWI, which took the lives of 27,000 French troops, occurred on August 22, 1914. That means that in less than eight weeks after the assassination, all countries had declared war on each other and blood had started flowing. Normally, diplomats talk, gesture, threaten, and make attempts at compromise, especially when dealing with such a banal, international incident. So, if events unfolded so quickly at a time when communications were in their infancy, it can only mean that the City had, in anticipation of the moment, let huge amounts of credit flow to the arms industries of the concerned European countries. War is definitely City business, and since Napoleon, the latter has had a lot of success in getting the desired results by financing warring parties on all sides.

Though a lot of sane people violently opposed the war, the wires kept spewing out the “war to end all wars” propaganda to the point where it became unsafe to challenge it. Almost twenty million people were killed because an unknown duke was assassinated by an unknown anarchist, the international scare word in vogue at the time. All the great statesmen of the world went berserk and made the worst kinds of decisions with lightning speed and on cue. WWI was indeed well-planned.

In 1914, Germany, not known to be a great, seafaring nation, became the new mistress of the seas overnight. It produced submarines like bratwurst and controlled the North Atlantic shipping lanes by sinking everything in sight. Germany somehow overpowered both the English and American navies, the two greatest navies of the times. But when Germany sank the Lusitania in 1915, the American cry for retaliation grew louder. That’s when President Wilson created his propaganda machine, the CPI. The City was ready to have America join the fray.

WWI was played out like a chess game in which the City moved the pieces on both sides of the board like it had with Wellington and Napoleon, and with the North and South during the American Civil War. However, in this case, something went terribly wrong and WWI had to be stopped. It came to an abrupt end in the same manner it had started. When, in October 1918, the Americans and their allies breached the Siegfried Line, which is in France, not Germany, the Germans stopped fighting. The Central Powers just rolled over and immediately signed the Armistice on November 11th, 1918. The Allies didn’t even push the invaders back into Germany. The victorious Allies just seemed to say, “okay, guys, it’s over, you can go home now.”

However, if we look at it more closely, it was a very different story. By the time the Armistice was signed, the Tsar had been executed and the Bolsheviks had taken over, and that meant that the Russian Empire no longer existed. It also meant the City had total control over the Urals gold and the Baku oil. As for the Austro-Hungarian and Ottoman Empires, they had been on life support before the war and after being battered about by the Italians, Russians, and British, they just broke into pieces. Moreover, since the British had established a strong military presence in Baghdad, Jerusalem, and Cairo, the whole Middle East oil patch was under lock and key. But the goal had not been entirely achieved, for the Holy Germanic Empire was still standing. WWI was not a success, far from it, and we’ll see why the City bankers had to take another kick at the can in 1939.

Not surprisingly, the City took advantage of the twenty-year pause between the two World Wars to advance its agenda and perpetrate the 1929 market crash. Like in all market manipulations, the City bankers made all the wrong decisions in order to create a major market bubble, and when they felt the time was right, they burst it and pretended to fix things by again making all the wrong decisions. The 1929 financial tsunami was really about destroying the British pound as a world reserve currency and crowning the dollar. As of 1913, the City had two major world currencies on hand, and one had to go. It came as no surprise when the dollar was chosen as the world fiat reserve currency in Bretton Woods in 1944.

After WWI, America was the greatest market economy in the world and most of Europe, especially Britain, overtly started buying into the American dream. As UK gold purportedly flowed into the US, the market bubble grew, and when it burst, the world was told that the English gold reserves were depleted. In reality, since the City controlled both countries’ monetary systems, physical gold didn’t have to be moved, it only had to appear to do so. Everyone could see that England was investing heavily in America, and after the crash, the three Gorgon Sisters simply told the world that the pound was no longer adequately backed by gold, and confidence in the hallowed currency eroded. It was a rather easy tour de main, for the City and the FED have never been audited by an independent external accounting firm.

At the end of the day, the Market Crash of 1929 had been a Machiavellian way of establishing international dollar supremacy by making it appear to be the result of legitimate business transactions in a free-market economy. The City depends on the democratic process for its very survival and it must nurture the illusion of empowerment among the people. Smoke and mirror tactics are therefore used. The only question we mere mortals need to ask is whether the number of casualties caused by the French Revolution, the American Civil War, WWI, the Great Crash, and WWII, was a warranted price to pay for the world we enjoy today.