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The Protocols of the Elders of CTHULHU V. Creation of the Global Government

Posted on | February 16, 2010 | Comments Off on The Protocols of the Elders of CTHULHU V. Creation of the Global Government


Why else would such an august man be going to Schloss Braunschlag, dressed like a head of state, alone, without the usual retinue?

The meeting had gone on past the usual time when a break for biological necessities would have occurred. Yet the speaker droned on. While the honor of being invited to Davos for the World Economic Forum was great, and the honor of being invited to the castle for this private meeting was greater still, the attendees were not just anyone.
There was one present who was known to be among the world’s richest men; older, of northern European extraction, thinning hair in a silly combover, atrociously bad taste in eyewear, he could be anyone’s uncle.
Actually, as these things went, he was among the poorer in the room. The really rich can buy that luxury usually afforded the Amish: anoynymity. The speaker droned on about the coming global government.

“Commit the evil in the name of precluding that evil: there are bonus points for sweet-and-sour hypocrisy.
After schooling the people in governmental dependency, where shall they turn in the crisis that we shall foment? Why, the government we appoint!

The principal object of our directorate consists in this: to debilitate the public mind by criticism; to lead it away from serious reflections calculated to arouse resistance; to distract the forces of the mind towards a sham fight of empty eloquence.

Thus, our tentacles are deployed to the smallest blog, free-thinking group, and, in the US case, Tea Party.
The first secret is

to put public opinion…into a state of bewilderment by giving epression from all sides to so many contradictory opinions

that the public head is lost in the personalities, as the principles are too obscured.
The second secret is

to multiply to such an extent national failings, habits, passions, conditions of civil life, that it will be impossible for anyone to know where he is in the resulting chaos

More on this later, but for now note that we only mention history in terms of negative examples. Never, ever speak of public debt, except as a feature.
History, like any other knowledge, is too dangerous outside of our control.”



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