• 1. Everybody back to drinking :-(
    They don't allow drinking and socializing for the same reason. Bush opposes the entire world. Us. Them. Them. Us. He is doing it in purpose. He wants us to hate him so he can have more wars. He has the means and power. Catch 22.
  • 2. Everybody in the vurld but Bush gets it.
    Its too late. Idiots are isiots. Pain in the ass.
  • 3. Catching Bush as is
    Bush says: French cannot interfere with US security ever again. As is: When he went for Iraq, people wanted him to do diplomacy. Everybody wanted him to do diplomacy. Everybody. Is dis a clear? Bush. Vayk ahp.


Postby drunk » Tue, 06 Nov 2007 12:41:30 GMT

Illuminati, Freemason, Lucifer, satan, 666, NWO, Skull and Bones]

Title: The New World Order Files
Author: David Allen Rivera


The Prophetic Trigger of God's Timeline

For hundreds of years, it has been common knowledge within the Church,
that mankind's life span upon this earth would be 6,000 years. This was
gleaned from Exodus 20:9-10, which says: "Six days shalt thou
labor...But the seventh day is the Sabbath of the Lord thy God." Like
many things in the Scriptures, it had a deeper meaning beyond what was
being conveyed about their calendar, which was later revealed in 2 Peter
3:8 - "But, beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is
with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day."

In 1650, using these Scriptures, Archbishop Jacob Ussher of Armagh in
Ireland, attempted to calculate when the Creation took place by using
chronological information from the Bible and counting backward from the
date of the birth of Christ. At that time, it was believed that Christ
was born in 4 BC (some calculations had indicated that it may have been
as late as 1 BC or as early as 6 BC; however, recent evidence have
determined it to be 3 BC), so Ussher theorized that the Creation took
place in 4004 BC, and the passing of four "days" (two thousand years
before the law, and two thousand years after the law) took us to
Christ's birth in 4 BC, so two more "days" would end the six "days" at
1996. The Sabbath, or the seventh "day," is the Millennium, or the
thousand-year reign of Jesus Christ upon the Earth, which is referred to
in the 20th chapter of Revelation.

An apocryphal book known as the Epistle of Barnabas, which early church
leaders such as Origen and Jerome believed had been written by the first
recruit of the Apostle Paul, Barnabas said: "And God made in six days
the works of His hands; and He finished them on the seventh day, and
rested on the seventh day and sanctified it. Consider, my children, what
that signifies, He finished them in six days. The meaning of it is this:
that in six thousand years the Lord God will bring all things to an end.
For with him, one day is a thousand years; as Himself testifieth,
saying, behold this day shall be as a thousand years. Therefore
children, in six days, that is, in six thousand years, shall all things
be accomplished. And what is it that He saith, and He rested the seventh
day; He meaneth this; that when his Son shall come, and abolish the
season of the wicked one, and judge the ungodly; and shall change the
sun and the moon, and the stars, then He shall gloriously rest in that
seventh day."

Irenaeus, an early church leader, while writing in 150 AD about the
book of Genesis in his book _Against Heresies_ said: "This is an account
of the things formerly created, as also it is a prophecy of what is to
come. For the day of the Lord is as a thousand years; and in six days
created things were completed; it is evident, therefore, that they will
come to an end at the sixth thousand years." Around 300 AD, in the
writings of Christian scholar Lactantius, he says: "Because all the
works of God were finished in six days, it is necessary that the world
should remain in this state six ages, that is six thousand years.
Because having finished the works He rested on the seventh day and
blessed it; it is necessary that at the end of the sixth thousandth year
all the wicked

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[Illuminati, Freemason, Lucifer, satan, 666, NWO, Skull and Bones]

Title: The New World Order Files
Author: David Allen Rivera

By now, there should be no doubt in your mind that there is an
orchestrated effort by a small group of men to establish a one-world
government. Even though we have gone back to look at the roots, and
evolution of this movement, the actual motive goes back much farther
than that. Just think about, what motivation could there be to fuel that
kind of desire. The answer, is that you have to look at things with a
spiritual eye, in order to comprehend the complexities that the New
World Order actually represents. And when you do that, then you can
understand how it has been able to progress through all these years, and
why it will continue.

When you read Genesis 1:1-2, it says: "In the beginning God created the
heaven and the earth. And the earth was without form, and void; and
darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the spirit of God moved upon
the face of the waters," The Rotherham translation of the Bible, which
was taken from the original Hebrew, says: "Now the earth had become
waste and empty." You have to understand that there was an undetermined
amount of time which passed between these two verses. However, we do
have some clues about certain events which occurred before Adam, and the
refurbishing of this world for his habitation.

Just as God told Noah and his sons in Genesis 9:1 to "replenish" the
earth after the flood, God had told Adam and Eve the same thing in
Genesis 1:28. This seems to indicate that there were men on the earth
before Adam. Proof of this can be found in Jeremiah 4:23-26. Now you can
understand the time frame, and the circumstances regarding Lucifer (the
"lightbringer"). He was a "cherub" (the highest classification of
angels), and is described in the Bible as being wise and perfect. It was
his job to bring light. Eventually he became proud of himself, and
sought to take the place of God (Isaiah 14:12-17, Ezekiel 28:2, I
Timothy 3:6). He led a third of the angels (Revelation 12:4) in a revolt
against Michael, the archangel, and the remaining angels (Jude 1:6, II
Peter 2:4-5), for the control of Heaven. This battle for the control of
Heaven nearly destroyed the earth. After his defeat, Lucifer was cast
down to earth, where he became known as "Satan" (which means
"adversary), the leader of the fallen angels (or demons), and the "god
of this world" (2 Corinthians 4:4).

When God renewed the earth, and created man in his image, He gave Adam
dominion over the earth, which infuriated Satan, who had the impression
that he was to rule over the earth. Again, Satan plotted against God,
and caused Adam and Eve to sin by eating the fruit of the tree which was
forbidden by God. For their sin, they were banished from the Garden of
Eden. Ever since then, Satan has been carrying out his plan to corrupt
and control the earth. For six thousand years, a small group of
satanically empowered men have been feverishly working to eliminate God
and to enslave mankind. The New World Order is nothing more than the
culmination of these efforts. The final step of a plan that will enable
Satan to again challenge God, and the angelic forces of Heaven.

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[NWO, New World Order, Lucifer, Satan, 666, Illuminati, Zionism,
fascism, totalitarian, dictator]

"The real rulers in Washington are invisible and exercise power
from behind the scenes."

-- U.S. Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter

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This is just a reminder.
It is not an emergency yet.
Were it actual emergency, you wouldn't be able to read this.
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[Illuminati, Freemason, Lucifer, satan, 666, NWO, Skull and Bones]

Title: The New World Order Files
Author: David Allen Rivera

Mikhail Gorbachev, the youngest member of the Soviet Politburo, was
chosen to be the General Secretary of the Communist Party. He
participated in four Summit meetings with Reagan, and in 1987, initiated
a program of reforms to bring democracy to their political process. The
reforms were denounced by some Eastern bloc countries and old-line
communists. A decline in the economy, the worst since World War II,
developed an atmosphere of unrest. This is the same Gorbachev, who made
the following statement, which was printed by _Pravda_ on December 11,
1984: "In the struggle for peace and social progress the Communist Party
of the Soviet Union pursues a consistent policy of rallying the forces
of the international communist and working-class movement in every
possible way. We uphold the historical justness of the great ideas of
Marxism-Leninism, and along with all the revolutionary and peace loving
forces of mankind, stand for social progress, and peace and security for
all nations. This is what should determine the resolute nature of our

Gorbachev said in November, 1987: "In our work and worries, we are
motivated by those Leninist ideals and noble endeavors and goals which
mobilized the workers of Russian seven decades ago to fight for the new
and happy world of socialism. Perestroika (restructuring) is a
continuation of the October Revolution." He also said: "Gentlemen,
Comrades, do not be concerned about all you hear about glasnost and
perestroika and democracy in the coming years. These are primarily for
outward consumption. There will be no significant internal change within
the Soviet Union, other than for cosmetic purposes. Our purpose is to
disarm the Americans and let them fall asleep." On another occasion he
said: "We are moving toward a new world, the world of Communism. We
shall never turn off that road."

In February, 1989, after a futile eight year guerrilla war against
government rebels in Afghanistan, the Soviets pulled their troops out of
the country. The Communist super-power had lost a lot of the prestige
that years of propaganda had built up, and the embarrassing defeat
signaled the beginning of the end.

Gorbachev said: "We are not going to change Soviet power, of course, or
abandon its fundamental principles, but we acknowledge the need for
changes that will strengthen socialism." In October, 1989, Gorbachev
said: "The concept, the main idea, lies in the fact that we want to give
a new lease on life to socialism through perestroika and to reveal the
potential of the socialist system." Also in 1989, he said: "Through
perestroika we want to give Socialism a second wind. To achieve this,
the Communist Party of the Soviet Union returns to the origins and
principles of the Bolshevik Revolution, to the Leninist ideas about the
construction of a new society." He said in December, 1989: "Today we
have perestroika, the salvation of socialism, giving it a second breath,
revealing everything good which is in the system." He also said: "I am a
Communist, a convinced Communist. For some that may be a fantasy. But
for me, it is my main goal." In June, 1990, he said: "I am now, just as
I've always been, a convinced Communist. It's useless to deny the
enormous and unique contribution of Marx, Engels and Lenin to the
history of social thought and to modern civilization as a whole."

On August 19, 1991, a report from Russia indicated that Gorbechev had
become ill, and the Vice-President had taken over the country, imposing
a state of emergency. In reality, the military, the KGB, and communist
hardliners had initiated a coup to take over the government. Or at least
that is what they wanted us to think. It is the belief of Donald S.
McAlvany, who publishes the _McAlvany Intelligence Advisor_, that the
coup was a hoax. He reported that all eight coup leaders were Gorbachev
appointees, and coup leader, Gennady Yanayev, referred to himself as the
"acting President," saying that Gorbachev would return to power after he
recovered from his "illness." In all past coups and revolutions, the KGB
would have killed Gorbachev, and other reform leaders; they weren't even
arrested. Only a minimal amount of troops participated in the coup, the
internal or international lines of communication were not cut, the press
was not controlled, and the airports were not closed. A very strange
"coup" indeed.

Boris Yeltsin, the President of the Russian Republic, denounced the
coup, and called for a show of force, which produced about 50,000
demonstrators at the Russian parliament. The picture of him on top of a
Soviet tank, in open defiance of the Communist hardliners, was an
indelible image in the hearts of the Soviet people, and the world. This
Russian "John Wayne" had joined the Communist Party in 1961, at the age
of 30, and by December, 1985, had been appointed head of the 1.2 million
member Moscow City Party Committee, the largest Communist organization
in the Soviet Union. However, he resigned from the Communist Party in
July, 1990, and was now known as a "non-Communist reformer."

By August 21, 1991, the coup had failed, and Gorbachev was restored as
President. Of the eight coup leaders, one was said to have committed
suicide, and may have been murdered; the other seven were tried and
imprisoned. In the past, such men would have just been shot, which gives
credibility to the theory that the coup was a hoax. They were later
released from prison.

Shortly after the coup, the President of Soviet Georgia accused
Gorbachev of masterminding the coup. Eduard Shevardnadze, Gorbachev's
former foreign minister, even said that he may have been behind it.
Private polls indicated that 62% of the Soviet people believed the coup
to be staged. So what did the coup accomplish? In light of the sagging
economy, the coup was to give Gorbachev the appearance of grabbing
control back from the old-guard Communists, which would boost his
popularity with the Soviet people, and make the West think that there
was a potential for widespread democratic reforms in Russia.

On August 24th, Gorbachev resigned as the leader of the Communist
Party, and recommended that its central committee be discontinued. On
August 29th, the Soviet parliament voted to suspend all activities of
the Communist Party. Political insiders believe that the Communist Party
has not discontinued, but has undergone a massive restructuring to
streamline it, which will be reborn with a new image and a new name
(perhaps the Social Democratic Party), but with the same old goals. The
Communist Party in Italy is now known as the Democratic Party; in
Poland, it is called the Social Democratic Party; and in Romania, it is
called the New Salvation Front.

On September 2nd, Gorbachev announced that his country was "on the
brink of catastrophe" and that all authority was to be transferred to
himself, the Presidents of the ten independent republics, and an
appointed legislative council, which would be the basis for a new Soviet
Union. However, Gorbachev would not be the one to lead it. The coup was
not able to rally the support that he needed, and on December 25th,
1991, he resigned, and said: "I hereby discontinue my activities at the
post of president of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. We're now
living in a New World!" The next day, the Soviet Union officially broke
up, ending the domination of the Communist Party.

Yeltsin became President of a Russian Federation known as the Union of
Soviet Sovereign Republics. His first actions were to eliminate state
subsidies on most goods and services, which caused prices to rise; and
initiated a program to privatize/ /thousands of large and medium-sized
state-owned businesses.

The Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START I) had been signed July 31,
1991, in Moscow, by Gorbachev and President Bush, and it was to reduce
the amount of strategic offensive arms by about 30%, in three phases,
over the next seven years. It was approved by the Senate on October 1,
1992, and the Russian Supreme Soviet on November 4, 1992, but because of
the negotiations with the four former Soviet republics, which are now
independent, the transfer of all nuclear weapons to the Russian Republic
had not been completed. The republics of Belarus and Kazakhstan have
each ratified START, and have acceded to the Nuclear Nonproliferation
Treaty as non-nuclear nations; but not the Ukraine, which was still
negotiating with Russia to transfer their weapons. Meanwhile, On January
3, 1993, President Bush and Yeltsin signed START II, which, if ratified,
would have been the biggest disarmament pact in history. It calls for
both sides to reduce their long-range nuclear arsenals to about a third
of their current levels within ten years, and would totally eliminate
all land-based multiple warhead missiles. Legislative action would not
begin on START II, until START I is fully ratified.

Eleina Bonner, the widow of Sakharov, said: "The point is that the
Communist goal is fixed and changeless - it never varies one iota from
their objective of world domination, but if we judge them only by the
direction in which they seem to be going, we shall be deceived." Former
NATO Supreme Allied Commander Bernard W. Rogers said: "The Soviet goal
remains world domination." In 1981, Anatoly Golitsyn, a former major in
the KGB, who defected to the West, wrote a book called _New Lies For
Old: The Communist Strategy of Deception and Disinformation_, which was
published in 1984. He outlined virtually everything that had taken place
in Russia, such as the tearing down of the Berlin Wall and the
reunification of East and West Germany; the partial relinquishing of
their control of Eastern Europe; and the declaration that communism is
dead. He wrote that their plan was to deceive the West into believing
that the Soviet Union was falling apart, their satellites splintering,
and its economy in shambles. The facade of weakness and instability
would be part of a massive deception staged by the Kremlin to extort aid
from the West, and to get the United States to withdraw troops out of
Western Europe. It was Lenin who said: "We advance through retreat." He
also said: "When we are weak, boast of strength...when we are strong,
feign weakness."

At various times during the history of the Soviet Union, they have
appealed to the U.S. for help, and have gotten it, mostly through
deception, and the efforts of apologists and traitors in our government.
But this is the first time that Russia has made this kind of concession.
The have made it appear that communism is dead, that democracy is
sweeping the former Soviet Union and its satellite countries, and that
they want to be part of the new family of nations known as the New World
Order. But, with their record, can they be trusted? If you consider all
the evidence that put forth, it just seems to be another ploy by the
Soviets to undermine America. A respected Sovietologist has stated his
belief that the motive behind the Russian's actions, and their plea for
financial aid, is not so much need, but an attempt to destroy the U.S.
economy by defaulting on an international loan that could be as much as
$100 billion, which could precipitate a financial collapse.

Yeltsin ended up addressing a joint session of Congress to appeal for
economic aid. The Bush Administration shut down Clark Air Force Base in
the Philippines, and announced in September, 1991, that it was also
closing the Subic Bay Naval Base, and would completely withdraw from the
island. They have also pulled out of, and are closing 79 military bases
in Western Europe; and have withdrawn U.S. nuclear missiles, tanks,
planes, and troops. The U.S. also announced the withdrawal of troops
from South Korea. In September, 1993, Congress approved the
recommendation of the Base Closure and Realignment Commission to close
130 domestic military bases, and scale down 45 others. Between 1990 and
1992, the total number of military personnel has decreased by over 8%,
and the trend to scale down our military was continuing. The U.S. is
virtually shutting down our tank, submarine (only producing one a year,
compared to one every six weeks for the Russians), and F-16 production
lines. On June 7, 1991, the House of Representatives voted to
discontinue U.S. bomber production. The House also voted to slash
production of submarine launched ballistic missiles (SLBM's), to
coincide with the decrease of our submarine fleet, even though the
Soviets have consistently outproduced us. Our government has set a goal
of spending only 3.6% of GNP on defense by 1996.

Lenin said: "They disarm, we build." Nikita Krushchev said in a January
14, 1969 speech to the Supreme Soviet: "The Soviets intend to conceal
vast reserves of missiles and warheads, hiding them in places throughout
the expansive Soviet Union where the imperialists could not spot them.
Later, they could be launched in a nuclear war." An official in the
Soviet Council of Ministers said in 1987: "Perestroika is expressly
designed to enhance Soviet military capability and combat readiness."

Our government has fallen for the massive deception being put forth by
the Russian Federation, and continues to make the country vulnerable by
dismantling our military. Meanwhile, the Soviets are watching, and
waiting, ready to implement the next stage of their masterplan.

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[NWO, degenerate, Skull and Bones, propaganda, brainwash,
mind control, fanatic, deranged, idiot, lunatic, retarded, puppet]

"I think the American people -- I hope the American --
I don't think, let me -- I hope the American people
trust me."

--- Washington, D.C., Dec. 18, 2002


[Illuminati, Freemason, Lucifer, satan, 666, NWO, Skull and Bones]

Title: The New World Order Files
Author: David Allen Rivera

The British East India Company was a British commercial and political
organization established in India in the late 1600's, which was known as
the Governor and Company of Merchants of London. A forerunner of this
group was the London Mercers Company, and earlier than that, the London
Staplers. The organization traced their lineage back to the ancient
commercial groups involved in trading between the Mediterranean and
India. They were closely related to the Levant Company, and the
Anglo-Muscovy Company, and spawned the London Company, which was
chartered in 1606 by King James I, to establish the Virginia Plantation
on a communistic basis, and the Plymouth Colony in 1621.

It was mainly organized for trading, but soon became an agent for
British imperialism. Bending to government pressure, they reorganized in
1702. Every year, 24 Directors were elected by the Court of Proprietors
(or shareholders, a majority of which were English Masons). They traded
in cotton, tea, silk, and salt peter; and were accused of dealing with
opium and participating in the slave trade. They virtually monopolized
all trade from South India, the Persian Gulf, Southeast Asia and East Asia.

Indian policy was influenced by the company from 1757 to 1773, when
their power was broken by the 1773 Regulatory Act, and Pitt's India Act
of 1784, finally ending their monopoly in 1813. When they ceased to
exist in 1873, many of its shareholders were major financiers. The
principals of this group perpetuated their elitist goals by establishing
the Fabian Society.

In 1606, King James also chartered the Virginia Company, a joint stock
corporation made up of a group of London entrepreneurs, charged with
establishing Jamestown, in the Chesapeake region of North America known
as Virginia. It had the authority to appoint the Council of Virginia,
the Governor, and other officials; and also had the responsibility to
provide settlers, supplies, and ships for the venture. Although
initially favorable, as the mortality rate rose, and the prospect for
profit faded, the support for it began to decline. They resorted to
lotteries, searching for gold, and silkworm production to increase their
chances of making a profit. Although Great Britain controlled the colony
through this company, because of the Indian Massacre of 1622, the
Charter was revoked in 1624, and Virginia became a Crown colony.

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"Today the path to total dictatorship in the United States can be
laid by strictly legal means, unseen and unheard by the Congress,
the President, or the people...Outwardly we have a constitutional

We have operating within our government and political system,
another body representing another form of government, a
bureaucratic elite which believes our Constitution is outmoded
and is sure that it is the winning side...

All the strange developments in foreign policy agreements may be
traced to this group who are going to make us over to suit their

This political action group has its own local political support
organizations, its own pressure groups, its own vested interests,
its foothold within our government."

-- Sen. William Jenner
   February 23, 1954 speech


[Illuminati, Freemason, Lucifer, satan, 666, NWO, Skull and Bones]

Title: The New World Order Files
Author: David Allen Rivera

In a previous file, about the origin of the Illuminati, we found out
how they created Communism to be used as an adversary against liberty.
An indication of that fact came from a statement by Dr. Bella Dodd, who
was a member of the National Committee of the U. S. Communist Party. She
indicated that when their Board could not reach a decision, one of their
members would go to the Waldorf Towers in New York City to consult with
Arthur Goldsmith. Goldsmith's decision would later be confirmed by
Communist officials in Russia. Goldsmith was not a Communist, but was a
wealthy "capitalist." The Communist movement was created out of the
roots of Socialism, in fact, President Hoover said: "Socialism is the
forerunner of communism."

Socialistic ideas can be traced back to Plato's (427-347 BC)
_Republic_, and English Statesman Sir Thomas More's (1478-1535) _Utopia_
in 1516. Plato envisioned a society where marriage would be eliminated,
all women would belong to all men, and all men would belong to all
women. Women would be equal to men, working and fighting wars side by
side. All children would be raised by the state. There would be a
tri-level society consisting of the ruling class, the military class,
and the working class. Private property would be eliminated, and the
intellectuals would determine what was best for the lower classes.

Indian settlements were communistic. The Pilgrims and Virginia
colonists tried them, but failed. Captain John Smith of Virginia said:
"When our people were fed out of the common store, and labored jointly
together, glad was he who could slip from his labor and sleep over his

The Mennonites who came to Pennsylvania, from Germany, in 1683,
established communes. As they moved westward, they left behind a
splinter group, called the Amish, who gradually developed a society
based on the private ownership of property. Also in 1683, followers of a
Frenchman, Jean de Labadie (former Jesuit, turned Protestant),
immigrated to Maryland. They held property in common, but broke up
within a couple of years.

In 1774, Englishwoman Ann Lee, leading a group called the Shakers
(United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing), which was a
splinter group of the Quaker movement, established a celibate communal
society near Albany, New York, in an area known as Watervliet. Religious
persecution had forced them to America, where they practiced celibacy,
equality of sexes, common ownership of property, and the public
confession of sins. In 1787, two of Lee's followers, Joseph Meacham and
Lucy Wright, established a similar colony in New Lebanon, NY. By 1840,
they had 6,000 members in 19 communes, from New York, to Indiana and
Kentucky. Their numbers declined after the Civil War, and they finally
broke up in the 1940's.

Francois Emile Babeuf (1760-97), was a member of the Illuminati (his
pseudonym was "Gracchus"), and as such, his social views reflected those
of Weishaupt's. He formed a masonic-like association of disciples called
Babouvistes, who advocated violence as a means of achieving reform. They
met at the dining hall of the Abbey, and sometimes in the crypt. The
location of the building, which was near the Pantheon, led to the name
of the Order as Pantheonistes. The group, at its peak, had about 2,000

Babeuf wrote: "In my system of Common Happiness, I desire that no
individual property shall exist. The land is God's and its fruits belong
to all men in general." One of his disciples, the Marquis de Antonelle,
a former member of the Revolutionary Tribunal, wrote: "The state of
communism is the only just, the only good one; without this state of
things, no peaceful and really happy societies can exist."

In April, 1796, Babeuf wrote his "Manifesto of the Equals," which was
published under the title _Analysis of the Doctrine of Babeuf_. In it he
wrote: "No more private property in land, the land belongs to no
one...the fruits of the earth belong to everyone...Vanish at last,
revolting distinctions of rich and poor, of great and small, of masters
and servants, of governors and governed. Let there be no difference
between men than that of age and sex. Since all have the same needs and
the same faculties, let there be only one education, one kind of food.
They content themselves with one sun and air for all; why should not the
same portion and the same quality of food suffice for each of them..."

Under his plan, workers wouldn't be paid in money, since the owning of
personal property would be abolished. Instead, payment would be made
through the distribution of products. These products, stored in communal
warehouses, would be equally distributed. Another notable aspect of his
plan, was that children would not be allowed to bear the name of their
father, unless he was a man of great importance.

Knowing that people would never allow such a communistic system, they
never fully revealed their plans. Instead, their propaganda centered on
"equality among men" and "justice of the people," while they criticized
the "greed" of the government. The working men didn't fully understand
Babeuf's doctrines, nevertheless, they praised his ideas.

In August, 1796, Babeuf and 45 leaders of his movement were arrested
after the government found out they were making preparations to lead a
revolt of the people against them. They were put on trial in a
proceeding that lasted from February to May, 1797. The Illuminati was
secretly directing the Babouviste movement, and Babeuf testified that he
was just an agent of the conspiracy: "I attest they do for me too much
honor in decorating me with the title of head of this affair. I declare
that I had only a secondary and limited part in it...The heads and the
leaders needed a director of public opinion. I was in the position to
enlist this opinion." On May 28, 1797, Babeuf was hung, and many of his
followers were deported.

Those who have studied the Russian Revolution have observed that there
is little difference between Babouvism and Bolshevism. The Third
Internationale of Moscow in 1919, in its first Manifesto, traced its
descent from Babeuf. The Russian Revolution may have been the ultimate
goal of Babeuf, who wrote: "The French Revolution is only the forerunner
of another revolution, very much greater, very much more solemn, and
which will be the last!"

The earliest advocate of the movement, later to be known as Socialism,
was the English millowner Robert Owen (1771-1858). He was a student of
spiritualism and published his views in the _Rational Quarterly Review_.
At his Scotland textile factory, he was known as a model employer
because of the reforms he instituted, even enacting child labor laws. He
felt production could be increased if competition was eliminated. Many
of his principles were derived from the writings of Weishaupt. For
instance, Weishaupt wrote that the aim of the Illuminati, was "to make
the human race, without any distinction of nation, condition or
profession, one good and happy family." Owen said that the "new state of
existence upon the earth, which, when understood and applied rationally
to practice, will cordially unite all as one good and enlightened
family." Many of Owen's philosophies were parallel to those of the

Owen's long term goal was to "cut the world into villages of 300 to
2,000 souls," in which, "the dwellings for the 200 or 300 families
should be placed together in the form of a parallelogram." According to
his philosophy, "individualism was to be disallowed," and "each was to
work for the benefit of all." A colony established along those lines in
Ireland failed, so in 1824, Owen sailed to America, where he bought
several thousand acres from George Rapp's pietistic Harmony Society, in
Posey County, Indiana. In 1825, with 1,000 settlers, he started his "New
Harmony Community of Equality." It was a model town of non- profit
making stores.

Other settlements like this were started in America and Scotland, and
communism was born. However, Owen was a weak leader, had few skilled
workmen, and had to put additional duties on the few competent workers
that he had, in an attempt to insure success. In 1826, he adopted a
Constitution that condemned private property and organized religion.

However, Owen had failed to take into account human nature, something
he had fought so hard for in earlier years, when he advocated better
housing for workers, better education for children, and the elimination
of unhealthy conditions. Even though he failed in an attempt to merge
all the trade unions into a "Great Trades Union," his reforms completely
transformed the town of New Lanark, Scotland. In 1827, Owen resigned as
manager, and dissolved the colony, because he was forced to change his
thinking: "No societies with common property and equality could prosper.
In order to succeed it was needful to exclude the intemperate, the idle,
the careless, the quarrelsome, the avaricious, the selfish..."

His son, Robert Dale Owen (1801-77), was a leader in the Workingman's
Party in 1829, which developed down through the years into the U. S.
Communist Party.

In 1817, a group of German separatists, led by Joseph M. Bimeler,
settled near the Tuscarawas River in Ohio, naming their society after
one of the few Biblical plain cities that escaped the destruction of
Sodom and Gomorrah. In 1819, they were incorporated as the Society of
Separatists of Zoar. All property was held in common; factories and
shops were managed by an elected Board of Trustees. They prospered
during the 1850's, establishing the town of Zoar, having over 10,000
acres, and $1 million worth of assets. After Bimeler's death in 1853,
interest declined, and the town dissolved in 1898.

Other communistic settlements, such as Harmony, PA (1805); Nashoba, TN
(1825); the Cooperative Store at Toad Street (1844); and the Cooperative
Society of Oldham (1850), set up by the Rochdale Pioneers, also failed.

Some groups today can trace their roots to the 19th century communes.
In the 1830's, Joseph Smith, who founded the Church of Jesus Christ of
the Latter Day Saints (the Mormons), moved his followers from New York,
to Ohio, then to Missouri, and finally to Utah, because of religious
persecution. He believed that a form of communal Christianity existed
during the time of the Apostles.

John Humphrey Noyes ("Father Noyes"), after establishing a colony at
Putney, Virginia, in 1846, set up another in Oneida, New York, in 1848,
which featured common property ownership and child rearing, selective
"breeding" of babies, and a society in which every woman was considered
to be the wife of each man, and every man the husband of each woman. By
1874, there were 300 members. Noyes went to Canada in 1879 after threats
of prosecution, and the colony discontinued their unusual sexual
practices. They reorganized as a joint stock company, which is still
operating today.

Christian Metz, head of the 17th century German Protestant sect known
as the Community of True Inspiration, settled on a farm near Buffalo,
New York, in 1842,/ /where they established a Christian commune where
all property was commonly owned. Work and worship was combined. In 1855,
they moved to an 18,000 acre area in Iowa, forming the community of
Amana. It eventually expanded into seven villages, with farms, stores,
sheds and factories. The commune still exists today, with its factories
producing various appliances. Its stock is held by about 1400 members.

Comte Henri de Saint-Simon (1776-1825), French nobleman, philosopher
and socialist, was the grandson of the author of King Louis XIV's
memoirs. He was considered by some to be mentally unbalanced, because of
an infliction inherited from his insane mother. Others believed him to
be a genius. His philosophy, known as the "New Christianity," advocated
the placing of all property and people under the State's control, to
insure that the exploitation of the poor would end. He declared that the
existing social system was dead and should be done away with. He called
for the merging of scientific and technological knowledge towards
industrialism, in order to have the elite rule. He said that all men
were not created equal. His followers, known as "The Family" instituted
a political program, calling for the public control of industrial
production, abolition of inheritance, and equal rights for women. They
even tried to start a Saint-Simonian Church.

In 1836, one of Simon's disciples, Philippe Joseph Benjamin Buchez,
attempted to combine Socialism with Catholicism, with something called
Christian Socialism. This was a continuation of Weishaupt's efforts to
identify Christianity with the Illuminati, in order to draw members.
Peaceful revolution was to be carried out through the principles of
Christian love and brotherhood, with Jesus being represented as a
Socialist. The group published a labor newspaper called _L'Atelier_
("_The Workshop_"), which was written and edited by the workers
themselves. They warned against the use of violence to obtain social
change, and barred the workers from belonging to secret organizations.
Small co-op communities were established. They started the Council for
Promoting Working Men's Associations, and in 1854, started the Working
Men's College in London.

As Christian Socialism developed, it was promoted by saying that
Socialism was the ultimate goal of Christianity. In America, prominent
Protestant clergymen, such as Washington Gladden, Walter Rauschenbush,
Lyman Abbott, Josiah Strong, and Charles M. Sheldon, through sermons,
books, magazine and newspaper articles, called for better working
conditions for women, the elimination of child labor, a six-day work
week, and a decent working wage. These principles were later adopted by
the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America in 1908. The
aforementioned ministers, and economist Richard T. Ely, in 1889,
organized the Society of Christian Socialists, which advocated a
cooperative society based on the teachings of Christ. Rev. Endicott
Peabody, founder of the Grotan School, spoke of such reform to the
capitalist system. One of his young students was Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Buchez' followers soon grew dissatisfied with the equal payment plan,
and the organization split into several factions, one professing
Christianity (setting up several Christian Socialist organizations), and
the other, calling for revolution.

Francois Marie Charles Fourier (1772-1837), a French philosopher,
planned out model communities, in which people would live in a
pleasurable atmosphere, and work at their own pace at jobs they like.
Everyone would know what to do and when to do it. There would be no need
for regulations. In his communities, called 'phalanxes' (or
'phalansteries'), everyone was to live in the same building. Jobs were
assigned, and workers received a nominal wage, In 1832, he failed in an
attempt to set up such a commune at Versailles. However, his followers
founded about 30 communal settlements in the United States, such as the
Brook Farm (1841-47).

In 1841, George Ripley, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Charles A. Dana, all
advocates of Transcendentalism, established a 192-acre settlement in
West Roxbury, Massachusetts. In 1844,/ /they instituted a constitution,
making it a co-op based on the scientific division of labor advocated by
Fourier. They published a journal, _The Harbinger_ (1845-49), which was
edited by Ripley, and featured such writers as James Russell Lowell and
John Greenleaf. Ralph Waldo Emerson, Horace Greeley, and Henry David
Thoreau, established another Fourier commune at Red Bank, New Jersey in
1843, where members picked their jobs and were paid according to the
repulsiveness of their work. The dirtier the job, the more it paid. They
had about 1200 members, and operated for about ten years. Fourier
disciples, Elizabeth Peabody, Parke Goodwin, and William Henry Channing,
also began communes.

Louis Blanc, a Mason, developed a Workingman's Association, but his was
to be under State control. He called for the establishment of labor
organizations in the form of national workshops, with the workers
electing their management. He despised all religion, and eliminated the
idea of Christianity, criticizing Buchez for being too sentimental.

In France, during the 1840's, Louis-Auguste Blanqui espoused a form of
radical socialism that was based on democratic populism. He said that
capitalism was unstable and would be replaced by cooperative institutions.

Etienne Cabet, the son of a barrelmaker, went to England in 1834, where
he became a convert of Robert Owen. When he returned to France in 1839,
he laid out a plan for a communistic settlement, which he established in
the Red River region of Texas in 1847/. /His 69 followers were called
"Icarians," after his 1840 novel _Voyage en Icaria_, which portrayed a
society where all property was held in common, and products of the
community were distributed according to need. Later that year, he wrote
a book on the French Revolution, and traced the course of communistic
theories starting with Plato, Pythagoras (a 6th century BC philosopher),
the Essenes of Judea, More, CampaneIla, Locke, Montesquieu, Mably,
Rousseau, and other 18th century philosophers. He claimed that the
communists were the disciples, the imitators, and continuers of the
philosophy of Jesus.

In 1849, he took 280 of his followers to Nauvoo, Illinois, after the
Texas commune failed because of poor soil, crooked land agents, and an
attack of malaria. This Hancock County area had been a Mormon community
of about 15,000 people, who after the death of Joseph Smith in 1844,
went to Salt Lake City, Utah, with Brigham Young. By 1855, Nauvoo had
farms, a running mill, a distillery, a theater, a printing press, and a
school. Soon there were over 500 people in the town.

They eventually grew restless because of Cabet's autocratic leadership,
since they didn't have a voice in their own affairs. They threw him out
in 1856, and he took 200 of his followers with him. As time went on,
only a few diehards remained, until the commune finally broke up in
1888. Meanwhile, Cabet started a "true Icaria" in Cheltinham, Missouri
(near St. Louis), but soon after, died of apoplexy. The commune lasted
until 1864. Some followers of Cabet also started communes at Corning,
Iowa (1860-84), and Cloverdale, California (1881-87).

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"government is completely and totally out of control. We do not
know how much long term debt we have put on the American people.
We don't even know our financial condition from year to year...

We have created a bureaucracy in Washington so gigantic that it
is running this government for the bureaucracy, the way they want,
and not for the people of the United States. We no longer have
representative government in America."

-- Sen. Russell Long of Louisiana,
   who for 18 years was the Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee


[Illuminati, Freemason, Lucifer, satan, 666, NWO, Skull and Bones]

Title: The New World Order Files
Author: David Allen Rivera

The Skull and Bones organization was founded at Yale University in 1832
by General William Huntington Russell (who later served in the
Connecticut State legislature 1846-47) and Alphonso Taft (U.S. Secretary
of War in 1876, Attorney General 1886-87, U.S. Minister to Austria
1882-84, U.S. Ambassador to Russia 1884-85, and the father of former
president William Howard Taft); and incorporated in 1856 by Russell and
Daniel Colt Gilman, under the name, "The Russell Trust Association."
Russell had visited Germany that year, where he was exposed to the
Illuminati, and possibly initiated. He wanted to establish a similar
group in America, where their sons could become members of a secret
Order that would give them a favored status.

It became a black lodge of Freemasonry. In 1873, some Yale students
broke into their headquarters, a windowless building called "The Tomb"
adjacent to the campus, where they discovered their insignia - the skull
and bones, along with some real skulls and bones. They wrote in the Yale
newspaper, the _Iconoclast_: "Year-by-year the deadly evil of the Skull
and Bones is growing."

The Russell Trust is endowed by $54 million in alumni grants, and it is
the alumni who control the group. Antony C. Sutton, a former Economics
professor at Stanford University, wrote a four-volume series of books on
the group, and revealed the names of 30 influential old-line American
families who have contributed to its ranks (some of which can trace
their lineage back to the 1600's, when they arrived from England),
including Whitney, Lord, Phelps, Wadsworth, Allen, Bundy, Adams,
Harriman, Rockefeller, Payne, Davison, and Pratt. Every year, 15 juniors
are chosen to be members, and are called "Knights." Upon graduation,
they are called the "Patriarchs of the Order."

Since its inception, over 2500 Yale graduates have been initiated. Its
members have assimilated themselves into every area of business and
government. Members have included: W. Averell Harriman (governor of New
York, and advisor to various Democratic presidents), William P. Bundy
(editor of the CFR's journal _Foreign Affairs_), J. Hugh Liedtke
(co-founder of Pennzoil Oil Corp.), John Kerry (U.S. Senator from
Massachusetts), David Boren (U.S. Senator from Oklahoma), William Sloane
Coffin (President of SANE/FREEZE), William F. Buckley (conservative
commentator, editor of the _National Review_ magazine), Gifford Pinchot
(father of the environmental movement), Potter Stewart (Supreme Court
Justice), William H. Taft (27th President), Archibald MacLeish (founder
of UNESCO), Henry Luce (head of _Time/Life_ magazines), Alfred Cowles
(of Cowles Communications), Richard Ely Danielson (of the _Atlantic
Monthly_ magazine), Russell Wheeler Davenport (of _Fortune_ magazine),
McGeorge Bundy (national security advisor for President John Kennedy),
John Sherman Cooper (U.S. Senator from Kentucky), John H. Chafee (U.S.
Senator from Rhode Island), Henry Stimson (Secretary of State of
President Herbert Hoover), Robert A. Lovett (Secretary of Defense of
President Harry Truman), Winston Lord (President of the Council on
Foreign Relations), and George Bush, Sr. (41st President, a
Bilderberger, and CFR/Trilateral Commission member until 1980).

Nicknamed "Bonesmen," these establishment elites have become members of
the Trilateral Commission and the Council on Foreign Relations, and have
achieved high level positions in the Administrations of various
Presidents, the Congress, and the government, in various capacities,
From these positions, they can use their influence to work towards their
common goal of one-world government.

Both the Skull and Bones, and Phi-Beta-Kappa, are indicative of the way
the Illuminati functions. They know that if they can grab, control, and
mold young minds, then they will have unwitting pawns to do their
bidding, and could be called upon to contribute to their efforts. The
early history of the Illuminati was nothing more than a seed that was
planted. That is why there was a big emphasis on infiltrating
educational institutions with their doctrine. As each class graduated
through the educational systems of the world, the more people there were
to perpetuate their plans. In time, the Illuminati knew they would have
enough of the right people, in the right places, for them to secretly
further their goals.

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[NWO, degenerate, Skull and Bones, propaganda, brainwash,
mind control, fanatic, deranged, idiot, lunatic, retarded,
puppet, President]

"I regret that a private comment I made
to the vice presidential candidate
made it through the public airways."

--- Adolph Bush,
    Allentown, Pa., Sept. 5, 2000.


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