greeney2 wrote:Are you against having Black History Month?
gudskepteacal wrote:Hi WarAngel and welcome to theBlackVault.
gudskepteacal wrote:I'm with you all the way on throwing off the shackles of traditional, back-n-forth, round-n-round politics and getting on with meaningful discourse concerning the current problems we face as a people and a nation. A struggle it is to get others involved who don't share my sense of urgency and importance about getting involved while the transformational change is upon us.
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WarAngel wrote:They all sit in their ivory towers secure from the chaos that they themselves create.
gudskepteacal wrote:Yes, so true with creating division within the people as well as the recent economic disaster. Have you ever heard of the Hegelian Dialectic or former U.S. Navy Secretary and Skull and Bones member William Whitney? Here is part 2 of an article that mentions it...
gudskepteacal wrote:"...In Germany, the philosophical Jacobin Johann Gottlieb Fichte, though not a member of the Illuminati, was accused of having sympathy for them. Fichte actually developed the “dialectical process” before Georg Hegel to whom this process is attributed. Terry Pinkard in Hegel: A Biography (2001), revealed that Hegel was mentored by Illuminati member Jacob Abel (code name Pythagoras).
gudskepteacal wrote:Terry Melanson of the online Illuminati Conspiracy Archive (a website with extensive research information) indicated that “one of the core concepts that influenced him [Hegel] was the notion of a single ‘philosophy of history’.” And according to Reinhart Koselleck in Critique and Crisis: Enlightenment and the Modern Society (1988), this philosophy “substantiated the elitist consciousness of the Enlightenment. This was the power that the Illuminati possessed, a power they shared with the whole of the Enlightenment. This was the threat: it revealed the plan of conquest to those under attack.” As Antony Sutton explained in America’s Secret Establishment: An Introduction to the Order of Skull & Bones: “Progress in the Hegelian State is through contrived conflicts: the clash of opposites makes for progress. If you can control the opposite, you dominate the nature of the outcome.” Remember here that the PE and Skull & Bones member William Whitney in the late 19th century devised a political strategy of giving large sums of money to both major political parties, and then alternating power so the public thinks it has a choice when both major political parties’ candidates actually are controlled by the PE."
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