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The World Order Hegemony of Parasitism by Eustace Mullins 1985, 1992 Orwell laid down the dictum that slogans must be in Newspeak, "War is Peace, Freedom is Slavery, Ignorance is Strength". This is the program of the hegemony of parasitism through the World Order. The program of the World Order remains the same; Divide and Conquer. Orwell concludes "1984" with a denial that the victims of the World Order have any hope. He claims the World Order will always triumph, which is a great propaganda achievement for the hegemony of parasitism. He writes, "If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face - forever." He disposes of his "hero", a citizen who had vainly tried to oppose the Party, by ending the book with the "hero" whimpering that "He loved Big Brother". The peoples of the world not only will never love Big Brother, but they will soon dispose of him forever. Extremely significant This work has been a profound influence on my own work. Written as a continuation of Mullins' research on the Federal Reserve system, commissioned by Ezra Pound, this delves into the Rothschild World system behind World affairs: Chapter 1 focuses on the Rothschilds, the City of London, and the expansion of the power structures these people set up, which form the basis of the present World Order. Chapter 2 shows how Soviet communism was in reality an extension of international finance capitalism. Chapter 3 shows how World War II was a managed conflict. Chapter 4 shows how the American aristocracy was/is an extension of the Rothschild empire. Chapter 5 delves into the CIA and British intelligence, and it's ties to the power structures already established. Chapter 6 looks into the political influence of the Bechtel corporation. Chapter 7 looks into the network of control established by various interlocking tax-exempt foundations. Chapter 8 delves into a broad, historical overview of this hegemony of parasitism. My only problem with Eustace Mullins is that he made mistakes. However, he did transmit to the American people Ezra Pound's knowledge of the history of the parasitic class and their techniques of control. Pound unfortunately flirted with bigotry, but he did not make the kind of mistakes Mullins did, and was absolutely correct on the subject of international finance. ebooks: Eustace Mullins - The World Order, A Study in the Hegemony of Parasitism, 1985 edited.txt Eustace Mullins - The World Order, A Study in the Hegemony of Parasitism, 1985.pdf Eustace Mullins - The World Order, Our Secret Rulers, 2nd edition, 1992.pdf audiobook: Mac computer voice Tessa, 64kbps, 11 hrs 40 min 48 sec The World Order.mp3 tags: conspiracy, new world order, Illuminati, history, politics, economy, FED, NWO
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