Friday, November 18, 2011

VIDEO: What About the French Revolution?

We are increasingly believers in "directed history" – history that's coordinated by a power elite intent on creating one-world government. We've written a good deal about the directed history we're seeing as regards Occupy Wall Street. We think that the movement has been set up to be divisive and ultimately to reinforce the power of the state. Out of chaos ... order.

That's probably the reason the movement has no agenda. The people at the top who are manipulating the movement know what they want to achieve and are doing so in order to trigger increased social discord. The ultimate aim, perhaps, is to enhance world government. We've explained the parallelism here: VIDEO: Parallels Between Early 20th Century and Present Are Scary.

But there are even more parallels. The Tea Party movement in America was organic to begin with. It was a bit like the American Revolution. But having observed the American Revolution, the power elite of the day (from what we can tell) fomented the French Revolution.

That's how long the modern conspiracy to set up world government has been going on, in our view – about 300 years, maybe since the founding of the Iluminati. The American Revolution, manipulated as it may have been, ultimately was in a sense anti-government and focused on individual freedom.



  1. I posted this over at Kerodin's blog, but I will post it here too.

    I have also thought heavily of the French Revolution. To the person who knows history, the path of these Occupy people is obvious. The only difference between then and now is that the elites of today are just as much puppets as the drones on the streets are. Proof of this can be seen in the undemocratic placement of two prime ministers in Italy and Greece.

    The new Reign of Terror will be just a means to an end. After the violence has gone on for long enough, the masters will come out of the shadows, kill the useful idiots (the same way Vladmir Lenin killed most of the original Bolsheviks and the way Josef Stalin killed most of Vladmir Lenin's circle) and convince people trade what little liberties are left in exchange for security.

  2. Proof of this can be seen in the undemocratic placement of two prime ministers in Italy and Greece.

    Absolutely and aptly said, your whole post.