Globalization: The Road to Global Governance
Friday, June 17, 2011
he planet is in a constant phase of artificial restructuring; that is, an evolutionary process that is not natural. Forces we pay little attention to are guiding our nations and our very lives. Let us begin our voyage at the early part of the 20th century, circa 1909.
Congressional investigator for the Reece Committee on the illicit actions of tax-exempt foundations, Norman Dodd, very well documented the subversive agenda of such organizations during the mid-20th century. Having had the privilege to view the minutes of early meetings (i.e. 1909) from the Carnegie Endowment, he came across discussions on modes of societal control. War (as later affirmed again in the 1967 Report from Iron Mountain), they concluded, was the ultimate mode of control. The question that followed was: how to induce the United States into a war? Five years later, we had our first great war for civilization, obviously implicating the foundation networks in their agenda.
Clearly, the events leading up to the First World War were not some organic process. Even Gavrilo Princip’s secret Serbian society, the Black Hand, had reported connections to various intelligence agencies, which is likely the case of any other secret society today (i.e. Freemasonry). Furthermore, we had Colonel Edward Mandell House (not really a colonel) representing the internationalist or globalist establishment along with forces within the U.S. who deliberately sent a full passenger ship (the Lusitania) to certain death in order to foment entry into war, a formula that has been used again and again with great success (the false flag operation). The Germans had clearly warned that the ship would be sunk and tried to dissuade passengers from voyaging.