From Fascism

The Battle Against the Working Class

The following passage is from Chapter V, pp. 129-130 of Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression, Vol. 1 (1947), and accurately details a small part of the jesuits’ plan to destroy the Middle Class in all countries, this example in Nazi Germany. Without a working class, what are we left with? The wealthy and rich on one side, who are held hostage by their own money and wealth, and the broke and poor on the other, dependent on the state for welfare and support.

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Correcting The Grand Impedance Mismatch And Preparing For A Global Mononation

Communism was a grand experiment based on the thousands-year-old concept of socialism (read: despotism, disguised as something palatable to the subjugated people), where everything belongs to everyone, equally. Not quite: the haves still had what they stole, and the have-nots still had nothing.

The jesuits knew they could not unroll their plan in a country whose citizens would immediately fight back, so they softened up Russia with terror and hardship, slapped on a few revolutions, and produced a subservient population of ignorant souls, calling the new method communism. They ghostwrote Karl Marx’s works and disseminated this new philosophy and form of governing to┬ámany parts of the world, including India, Nicaragua, Cuba, all of eastern Europe. Read more