The birth of America: Upset the apple cart

Published 13 years ago -  - 13y ago 45

For years, yours truly has been struggling with a certain question: If America, with all its freedom, independence, opportunities, initiative, pioneering spirit, and openness was such a great, God-given social and political idea, why has it become such an enigmatic entity, both fervently loved and pitilessly loathed, in just a short 200 years of life?

Moreover, why has this land of promise and plenty attracted not only the best and finest that humankind has to offer, but also the worst of the scum? And above all, why has America become the breeding ground for pernicious ideologies, secret organizations, seditious agendas, and active advocates of an anti-American New World Order?

I think I finally discovered the answer to my question, and with your indulgence, and for what it’s worth, I want to share it with you.

Europe, in the 16th and 17th centuries, as every student of history knows, was a hotbed of disparate factions, despotic monarchs, tribal rivalries, warring factions, and every other kind of chaos and turmoil. Tyranny and oppression ran rampant; a bloody reflection of the political upheaval that had been going on for centuries in that part of the world.

So, when, in the last years of the 18th century, a grand idea blossomed on the other side of the Atlantic—an idea for a land of a free and independent people, unfettered by kings, potentates, and tyrannical rulers—-people flocked to it in droves.

But there was hitch. Because America portended a counter-force to the intellectual schemers of World Government in Europe, something had to be done about this new nation.

Enter Adam Weishaupt, founder of the secret and infamous society called the Illuminati, of which you may be marginally acquainted. Born in Bavaria in 1748, Weishaupt, a bright, multilingual, professor became obsessed with the paranormal and the occult, mostly with the Great Pyramid of Giza, and the all-seeing Eye, (Look on the back of your dollar bill.)

As the idea behind the Illuminati took hold, Weishaupt envisioned the day when it would bring forth the Novus Ordo Seclorum, or in plain English, the New World Order.

This “rulers the world” concept must have intrigued the power-hungry elite that Weishaupt sought for membership in his organizations, because by 1872 the Illuminati had spread from Denmark to Portugal, and from England to Russia. Unfortunately, it eventually crossed the Atlantic and took deep root in the fertile soil of America, New York City, to be exact.

And that, friends, was the beachhead for the army of secret, so-called “satanic” societies that are operating in America today.

What’s more, not only did it spread territorially, the Illuminati’s fundamental idea of a New World Order took hold and associated itself with such orders as the Freemasons and the Sufi of Islam. Just how deep the connection was to these other secret societies is not fully known since the Illuminati is the most secret of all occult societies, and therefore an extremely close-mouthed bunch.

When the Illuminati got to America, it spawned many different and distinct offshoots. All, of them, however, seemed to have essentially the some objective, which they had then, and do now: to promote a New World Order.

To make his Global Society a reality, Weishaupt’s original scheme had five distinct, blatantly un-American goals. Those goals were established in the 18th century, and are as much the “life blood” of the Illuminati today as they were then.

Adam Weishaupt himself identified the five goals: (1) abolition of ordered governments, (2) abolition of private property and inheritances, (3) abolition of patriotism and nationalism, (4) abolition of family life, marriage, and the establishment of communal education for children, and (5) abolition of all religion. (Shades of Marxism. socialism, communism, and other isms.) Weishaupt insisted that by drawing upon Europe’s “brightest and finest” the Illuminati would reach its goals.

Some inquiring individuals, who study “secret societies” maintain that the Illuminati is the “daddy” of a Big Conspiracy bent on nullifying America’s Constitution and sovereignty and bringing the nation kicking and screaming into the Global Family. They maintain that other members of the Big Conspiracy are: the Bilderberg Group, the Bohemian Grove, Skull and Bones, the Club of Rome, even the Tri-Lateral Commission and the Council on Foreign Relations. To which I plead ignorant, but curious.

All I know is that there is a dangerous, unseen. evil force at work in this country to “deliver” us from capitalism, free enterprise, independence, and individual rights, and shove us back down the black hole of tyranny, subversion, subservience, and fear.

If that was your plan for America, Herr Weishaupt, too bad you died in 1830. You almost lived long enough to see it happen.


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