The Nature of the Internation Banker and Zionist Problem
10-31-2007, 05:07 PM
The Nature of the Internation Banker and Zionist Problem
I have noticed that no one ever wants to discuss the various elite groups in America. For example, I have suggested that the International Bankers and the Zionist are two distinct groups. Furthermore, the only group capable of challenging their primacy is the US Military.
I have an interesting theory about this. What if all the recent anti-Zionist and anti-Rothschild propaganda is true but is being managed as to create a general state of anti-Semitism?
Consider how the German people became aware of the Jewish betrayal in WWI and the rise of Hitler. However, this time the process is being used by the US military to justify a military coup. Imagine what the truth movement will look like in 5 years. Imagine the level of American disillusionment after an economic collapse and that their government had some part in 9/11.
A "temporary" military solution could seem very attractive.
If the right social and political conditions could be created such an idea would not seem so far fetched. I do not see a take back America movement being led by Joe Average American. In the history of the world there has never been a bottom up revolution.
The fundamental goal of any ruling class is the preservation of power. Power can be defined as control over resources, production, and human beings.
Over the course of history, human beings have naturally segregated themselves into three distinct groups. It has been observed that these groups are the high, the middle and the low.
The stratification of the human population was seen as a normal development. In other words, the world produced people that born leaders, people with ambition to lead and born followers.
It has been argued without resolution since the time of Plato what is the root cause of this hierarchy. I completely sidestep this issue and simply assert that a hierarchy exists.
Moreover, within this social construct the three groups have wholly irreconcilable aims. The high wants to maintain and increase their power, the middle want to become the high and the low want to abolish class distinctions and bring equality among men.
In a certain sense one could say that the three groups have different evolutionary survival strategies.
The Intellectual Rationale
Social Darwinism is a theory that elaborates on this observed phenomenon. Social Darwinism, term coined in the late 19th century to describe the idea that humans, like animals and plants, compete in a struggle for existence in which natural selection results in survival of the fittest. Social Darwinists base their beliefs on theories of evolution developed by British naturalist Charles Darwin.
Some social Darwinists argue that governments should not interfere with human competition by attempting to regulate the economy or cure social ills such as poverty. Instead, they advocate a laissez-faire political and economic system that favors competition and self-interest in social and business affairs.
Social Darwinists typically deny that they advocate a law of the jungle. But most propose arguments that justify imbalances of power between individuals, races, and nations because they consider some people more fit to survive than others.
One can see that social Darwinism became the intellectual rationale for ruling class and the justification of any means to preserve the ruling power. However in order to preserve the status quo a hierarchical social system has to been maintained.
In our recent past the great bulk of humanity was kept stupefied by poverty and lack of opportunity. The middle and the lower classes were in a constant state of resource deprivation.
The great reserve of human activities for these classes was absorbed by the daily toil to make a bear subsistence. In other words, the great majority of human beings were kept down because they had very little time to invest in personal growth.
The threat and Opportunity
The greatest threat to the ruling class would come in the form of the industrial revolution. The industrial revolution or the Machine created great wealth for the merchant class. Additionally, the wealth and products of the Machine eventually trickled down to the masses liberating them from much of the daily toil which conspired to keep them in their lowly position.
One must bear in mind that for the first time in history a Utopian society could in fact become a distinct possibility. If the the Low suddenly had access to material wealth and education then the hierarchical social structure would eventually be challenged. Furthermore, if the old social system was deemed no longer viable then the existing power structure would collapse.
The Old Power Structure
The old world order was a feudal system governed by the great royal monarchies. The Royals had great wealth and vast lands. Their wealth was predicated on an agrarian way of life. They had a monopoly on wealth and power! The Machine quickly overtook the feudal system since it was creating great wealth for the merchant class. Additionally the Machine was improving the lot of all the classes since it made time available for the lower classes to educated themselves.
The Rise of the International Jew
During the industrial revolution the High was mostly comprised of Monarchies and the aristocratic class, the middle was largely comprised of the merchant class and the highly ambitious robber barons.
The Merchant class was primarily Jewish in nature. Since Jews were barred from the halls of power they dedicated themselves to business pursuits. The rabbinical class had always encouraged the Jews to pursue money making ventures.
In many respects the industrial revolution was a Jewish revolution. They gained great wealth and influence over the masses by use of the purse. The middle was rapidly gaining access to power since their wealth was growing exponentially with the technological developments of the industrial age.
Although the Christian Monarchies and the newly rising power of the Jewish merchants had to diametrically opposing aims, the monarchs want to maintain their power and the Jews wanting to ascend into power.
However, they agreed that the biggest threat to their respective powerbases was the development of the low. The fundamental problem was how to solve the problem of over production and retard the social development of the low.
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