Latest Shouts In The Shoutbox -- View The Shoutbox
The shoutbox is currently offline!

[ Smilies | BBCodes ]

Click Here and visit PuPPs FREE StuFF

This website contains controversial information that may be disturbing to some viewers.
The theories, conclusions and commentaries are presented in an attempt to reveal the hidden truths.
It is up to the viewer to determine what they choose to believe after evaluating all available sources of information.


Does your government represent your best interests?

"Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter."
~ Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.



There is no law preventing the U.S. news media from intentionally lying to the public. Whistle blowers and honest reporters are fired for telling the truth.

Read the Poison Warning label on your toothpaste, then call the 800# and ask;
"Why do you put poison in my toothpaste?"

by Dr. Joseph Mercola

Also: Conspiracy of Silence Video

Equal, Nutra-Sweet and over 6000 food and beverage products contain Aspartame

6. On September 10, 2001, Donald Rumsfeld held a press conference to disclose that over $2,000,000,000,000 (2 Trillion) in Pentagon funds could not be accounted for.
Such a disclosure normally would have sparked a huge scandal. However, the commencement of the [9/11] attack on the World Trade Center and The Pentagon the following morning would assure that the story remained buried.
Serving the greater Los Angeles area,
Los Angeles Drinking Water is proud to offer Reverse Osmosis filtration systems
that remove trace elements such as arsenic, mercury, lead and fluoride
which are known to be in Los Angeles tap water according to
the 2013 DWP Water Quality report.

"If our nation is ever taken over, it will be taken over from within."
~ James Madison, President of the United States

  Reply to this topicStart new topicStart Poll

> Hegelian Dialectics and Conspiracy



Posted: Jan 7 2005, 01:13 PM
Quote Post

From STA:

Kris Millegan
Tue, 30 Nov 2004 16:47:57 -0800

Hegelian Dialectics and Conspiracy

As I speak tonight, try to relate what I say to your observation of our own
country, and our Western (once Christian) allies. As we examine the philosophy
behind national and international affairs, we discover it has a common purpose
and source in every major nation, with the exception of perhaps China.

At first sight, militant national power appears to be the major force in
history; but if there is a power which can bring nations into military
conflict, it is a superior power. Is there such a power, and where, if
anywhere, is it located?

There is a relationship between Finance, Centralization, and World Hegemony.
Until the outbreak of the First World War, money appeared to be a mere
mechanism. But the arrangements made to finance the war reveal that the money
system was in fact the vehicle of a POLICY, and that that policy was the
CENTRALIZATION of power leading progressively to World Government. Prior to the
outbreak of war, Great Britain was the CENTRE (but not the BEING) of world
financial control; with the war, financial control was transferred to New York
and from there used to dismantle the British Empire which, by reason of British
traditions and the Anglo-Saxon character, had been the great barrier to World
Dominion by those operating through the world financial system. The fall of the
British Empire was a FINANCIAL accomplishment, not a military one. But the
terms of 'peace' imposed on 'victorious' Britain are those which might have
been expected following military DEFEAT.

But the Power which emerged into the open in this century had its birth long
before that. It was incubated (but not conceived) in the Secret Societies of
Europe, appeared briefly in the French Revolution, and spread to Britain in the
form of Fabianism, and to America in the form of various Socialist societies.
Following the first phase of the war, it openly took over Russia, and since has
visibly spread as International Communism until it has taken over the greater
part of the globe.

Current history, which looks episodic, is in fact the culminating stages of a
very long-term policy moving internationally, but visible only in the long
perspective of time.

What we think we see is often an illusion intentionally presented, like the
conjuror who would have you to believe he holds an orange in his right hand,
when it is actually in his left hand. Citizens of the world, whether their
sympathies are left-wing or right-wing, monarchist or republican, have been
used as pawns in their game of Hegelian psychology by the hidden hand that

In reality, the orange is in neither left nor right hand. The Hegelian
dialectic process is the notion that conflict creates history. (See brain2.htm

From this axiom it follows that controlled conflict can create a predetermined
history. For example when the Trilateral Commission discusses 'managed
conflict', as it does extensively in its literature, it implies the managed
use of conflict for long run predetermined ends - not for the mere random
exercise of manipulative control to solve a problem.

The dialectic takes this Trilateral 'managed conflict' process one step
further. In Hegelian terms, an existing force (the thesis) generates a
counterforce (the antithesis). Conflict between the two forces results in the
forming of a synthesis. Then the process starts all over again: Thesis vs.
antithesis results in synthesis.

It's like two companies with undisclosed common stockholding submitting
competitive tenders for a project on a site for which their stockholder has
different plans altogether. Whatever the outcome, the stockholder is in
beneficial control.

In his novel "Conningsby", Disraeli wrote "the world is governed by very
different personages from what is imagined by those who are not behind the

Woodrow Wilson said, "Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the
field of commerce and manufacture, are afraid of somebody, are afraid of
something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle,
so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they had better
not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it".

The Establishment is ruled by elite, secret societies. Their operations must be
seen and explained in terms of the Hegelian dialectic process. Their operations
cannot be explained in terms of any other philosophy; therefore they cannot be
described as "right" or "left", Marxist or Capitalist. However, one group is
secular, and another is religious. The religious force is the Roman Catholic
church. We are familiar with their place in history and in prophecy. Our
teaching will consider the secular group and its objectives which is ALL of
these and NONE of these.

In Hegelian philosophy the conflict of political 'right' and political 'left',
or thesis and antithesis in Hegelian terms, is essential to the forward
movement of history and historical change itself. Conflict between thesis and
antithesis brings about a synthesis or new historical situation.

Our descriptive world history in the West and Marxist countries consists only
of description and analysis within a political framework of 'right' or 'left'.
For example, historical work published in the West looks at communism and
socialism either through the eyes of financial capitalism, or Marxism. While
historical work published in Russia looks at the West only through Marxist
eyes. However, there is another frame of historical analysis that has never
been utilized. This would employ a framework of Hegelian logic, to determine if
the elites who control the State use the dialectic process to create a
predetermined historical synthesis.

The current world situation was deliberately created by elitist power more or
less by manipulation of 'right' and 'left' elements. Over the past 100 years or
so they've developed both right and left elements to bring about a NWO.
Right-left situations have been deliberately created and then placed in
conflict mode to bring about a synthesis.

From this system of Hegelian philosophy comes the historical dialectic, "that
all historical events emerge from a conflict between opposing forces." These
emerging events are above and different from the conflicting events. Any idea
or implementation of an idea may be seen as THESIS. This thesis will encourage
emergence of opposing forces, known as ANTITHESIS. The final outcome will be
NEITHER thesis nor antithesis, but a SYNTHESIS of the two forces in conflict.

The function of a Parliament or a Congress is for Hegelians, psychology. Merely
to allow individuals to feel that their opinions have some value, and to allow
a government to take advantage of whatever wisdom the 'peasant' may
accidentally demonstrate. This is so obvious in Australian politics today. As
Hegel puts it:

"By virtue of this participation, subjective liberty and conceit, with their
general opinion, (individuals) can show themselves palpably efficacious and
enjoy the satisfaction of feeling themselves to count for something."

War, the organized conflict of nations for Hegelians, is only the visible
outcome of the clash between ideas. Following the outbreak of war in 1939,
Social Creditor C.H. Douglas said, "The international money marketeers care no
more for the immolation of the peoples of a continent that for the death of a
sparrow"; and "unfortunately the world is in the grasp of theorists to whom
misery and death of millions is a grain of sand beside the working out of their
designs". As John Dewey, the Hegelian darling of the modern educational system,
puts it:

"War is the most effective preacher of the vanity of all merely finite
interests, it puts an end to that selfish egoism of the individual by which he
would claim his life and his property as his own or as his family's."

Above all, the Hegelian doctrine is the divine right of States rather than the
divine right of kings. The State for Hegel and Hegelians is God on earth:

"The march of God in history is the cause of the existence of states, their
foundation is the power of Reason realizing itself as will. Every state,
whatever it be, participates in the Divine essence. The State is not the work
of human art, only Reason could produce it."

For Hegel the individual is nothing, the individual has no rights, morality
consists solely in following a leader.

The whole article is a must read.


Topic Options Reply to this topicStart new topicStart Poll


[ Script Execution time: 0.0419 ]   [ 16 queries used ]   [ GZIP Enabled ]

"Whoever controls the volume of money in any country is absolute master of all industry and commerce."
~ James A. Garfield, President of the United States


"Permit me to issue and control the money of a nation, and I care not who makes its laws."
~ Amschel Mayer Rothschild