The Hegelian Dialectic Model
This is an introduction to the Luciferian agenda for the END TIMES via the Hegelian Dialectic model, which appears is the method behind the Jesuits, the Pope, and all the secret societies.
The purpose of the following information on the Hegelian Dialectic is to open your eyes to the present Luciferian agenda, and how it will likely be performed in the coming weeks, months and final years ahead. Satan through his willing agents, is the master of illusion and speaking out of both sides of his mouth presents two or more views or situations side by side that are equally bad or down right wrong, even conflicting with one another, for the purpose of causing the naïve to believe one of the two or even three presentations are the correct choice. But nothing could be further from the truth.
Make no mistake, Satan’s agenda will not be able to create ORDER OUT OF CHAOS as this picture claims. They will claim that the only way to restore the earth is by eliminating anyone who will not join the Papacy and accept the MARK OF THE BEAST. For this reason the death penalty will be given to all who reject Satan’s agenda. But only Yahuah can restore mankind through the sacrifice of His Son, and His continued atoning work by way of the time-centric Feast Day events.
Yahusha the Messiah continues to complete our salvation in the shamayim temple not made with hands, providing forgiveness to all those who confess their sins before Yahuah and receive His forgiveness. These alone will be restored to the Father from the pit of the chaos of this world. This will not be dependent upon any church organization or creed, but on qodesh (sacred) revelations of the Tanakh (OT) and the Renewed Covenant (NT), which teach obedience to Yahuah’s statutes (His set-apart calendar and sacred Feast Days), and moral code as found in the Ten Commandments.
May Yahuah guide you and give you courage and divine peace daily, for He alone is the source of shalom (divine peace).
Intro by Kerrie French
Hegelian Dialectics and Conspiracy
As I speak tonight, try to relate what I say to your observation of our own country, and our Western (once Christian) allies. As we examine the philosophy behind national and international affairs, we discover it has a common purpose and source in every major nation, with the exception of perhaps China.
At first sight, militant national power appears to be the major force in history; but if there is a power which can bring nations into military conflict, it is a superior power. Is there such a power, and where, if anywhere, is it located?
There is a relationship between Finance, Centralization, and World Hegemony. Until the outbreak of the First World War, money appeared to be a mere mechanism. But the arrangements made to finance the war reveal that the money system was in fact the vehicle of a POLICY, and that that policy was the CENTRALIZATION of power leading progressively to World Government. Prior to the outbreak of war, Great Britain was the CENTER (but not the BEING) of world financial control; with the war, financial control was transferred to New York and from there used to dismantle the British Empire which, by reason of British traditions and the Anglo-Saxon character, had been the great barrier to World Dominion by those operating through the world financial system. The fall of the British Empire was a FINANCIAL accomplishment, not a military one. But the terms of ‘peace’ imposed on ‘victorious’ Britain are those which might have been expected following military DEFEAT.
But the Power which emerged into the open in this century had its birth long before that. It was incubated (but not conceived) in the Secret Societies of Europe, appeared briefly in the French Revolution, and spread to Britain in the form of Fabianism, and to America in the form of various Socialist societies. Following the first phase of the war, it openly took over Russia, and since has visibly spread as International Communism until it has taken over the greater part of the globe.
Current history, which looks episodic, is in fact the culminating stages of a very long-term policy moving internationally, but visible only in the long perspective of time.
What we think we see is often an illusion intentionally presented, like the con juror who would have you to believe he holds an orange in his right hand, when it is actually in his left hand. Citizens of the world, whether their sympathies are left-wing or right-wing, monarchist or republican, have been used as pawns in their game of Hegelian psychology by the hidden hand that rules.
In reality, the orange is in neither left nor right hand. The Hegelian dialectic process is the notion that conflict creates history. (See brain2.htm “Brainwash”).
From this axiom it follows that controlled conflict can create a predetermined history. For example when the Trilateral Commission discusses ‘managed conflict’, as it does extensively in its literature, it implies the managed use of conflict for long run predetermined ends – not for the mere random exercise of manipulative control to solve a problem.
The dialectic takes this Trilateral ‘managed conflict’ process one step further. In Hegelian terms, 1) an existing force (the thesis); 2) generates a counter-force (the antithesis). 3) Conflict between the two forces results in the forming of a synthesis. Then the process starts all over again: Thesis vs. antithesis results in synthesis.
It’s like two companies with undisclosed common stock-holding submitting competitive tenders for a project on a site for which their stockholder has different plans altogether. Whatever the outcome, the stockholder is in beneficial control.
In his novel “Coningsby”, Disraeli wrote “the world is governed by very different personages from what is imagined by those who are not behind the scenes”.
Woodrow Wilson said, “Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the field of commerce and manufacture, are afraid of somebody, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.”
Now for our text. In Matthew 16:6, Jesus said, “Take heed and beware of the leaven of the Pharisees and of the Sadducees”.
This is another illustration of Hegelian dialectics or logical argument. In other words, the mark of the beast: mankind’s wisdom against true faith in Yahuah and the full Scriptural model.
Roman Catholicism and Protestantism are the two denominations each inspired by Satan, whose purpose is to contest the Laws and Ordinances of the Old Testament. One was the THESIS, the other its ANTITHESIS. Neither could agree on the Word or recognize it manifested before them. The SYNTHESIS through the apostasy of both parties was their own damnation through rejection and crucifixion of Messiah. Even their high priest declared, “His blood be upon us and upon our people”. And It has been ever since.
The synthesis sought by the Establishment today is called the New World Order. Without CONTROLLED conflict, this New World Order will not come about. RANDOM individual actions of persons in society would not lead to this synthesis, it is ARTIFICIAL, and therefore it has to be created. And this is being done with the calculated, MANAGED, use of conflict. And all the while this synthesis is being sought, there is no profit in playing the involved parties against one another. (Hence World War I was postponed three times until the pawns were in their predetermined places). This also explains why the International bankers backed the Nazis, the Soviet Union, North Korea, North Vietnam, etc., against the United States. The ‘conflict’ built profits while pushing the world ever closer to One World Government.
The Establishment is ruled by elite, secret societies. Their operations must be seen and explained in terms of the Hegelian dialectic process. Their operations cannot be explained in terms of any other philosophy; therefore they cannot be described as “right” or “left”, Marxist or Capitalist. However, one group is secular, and another is religious. The religious force is the Roman Catholic Church. We are familiar with their place in history and in prophecy. Our teaching will consider the secular group and its objectives, which is ALL of these and NONE of these.
In Hegelian philosophy the conflict of political ‘right’ and political ‘left’, or thesis and antithesis in Hegelian terms, is essential to the forward movement of history and historical change itself. Conflict between thesis and antithesis brings about a synthesis or new historical situation.
Our descriptive world history in the West and Marxist countries consists only of description and analysis within a political framework of ‘right’ or ‘left’. For example, historical work published in the West looks at communism and socialism either through the eyes of financial capitalism, or Marxism. While historical work published in Russia looks at the West only through Marxist eyes. However, there is another frame of historical analysis that has never been utilized. This would employ a framework of Hegelian logic, to determine if the elites who control the State use the dialectic process to create a predetermined historical synthesis.
The current world situation was deliberately created by elitist power more or less by manipulation of ‘right’ and ‘left’ elements. Over the past 100 years or so they’ve developed both right and left elements to bring about a NWO. Right-left situations have been deliberately created and then placed in conflict mode to bring about a synthesis.
Since the rise of Kant (who stressed reason and experience) in German philosophy, we can identify two conflicting systems of philosophy; and therefore two opposing ideas of the State, society and culture.
In the U.S., the British Commonwealth and France, philosophy is based on the individual and the rights of the individual. Whereas in Germany from the time of Kant, through Fichte and Hegel up to 1945, basic philosophy has been universal brotherhood, rejection of individualism, and general opposition to Western classical liberal thought in almost all of its aspects. German idealism was the philosophical basis for the work of Karl Marx and the LEFT Hegelians, as well as Bismarck, Hitler and the RIGHT Hegelians. The paradox is that Hegel gave a theoretical basis not only to the most conservative of German movements, but also to most of the revolutionary movements of the 19th century. Both Marx and Hitler have their philosophical roots in Hegel.
From the Hegelian system of political thought, alien to most of us in the West, stem such absurdities as the State seen as the “March of God through history”, that the State is also God, and the only duty of a citizen is to serve God by serving the State, that the State is Absolute Reason and citizens can only find freedom by worship and utter obedience to the State. Other Hegelian absurdities have thoroughly penetrated our education system. But that is for another topic.
From this system of Hegelian philosophy comes the historical dialectic, “that all historical events emerge from a conflict between opposing forces.” These emerging events are above and different from the conflicting events. Any idea or implementation of an idea may be seen as THESIS. This thesis will encourage emergence of opposing forces, known as ANTITHESIS. The final outcome will be NEITHER thesis nor antithesis, but a SYNTHESIS of the two forces in conflict.
In DAS KAPITAL, Marx posed capitalism as thesis and communism as antithesis. What has been completely ignored by historians, including Marxists, is that any clash between these forces cannot lead to a society which is either capitalist or communist but must lead to a society characterized by a SYNTHESIS of the two conflicting forces. The clash of opposites must in the Hegelian system, bring about a society neither capitalist nor communist. Moreover, in the Hegelian scheme of events, this new synthesis will reflect the concept of the State as God, and the individual as totally subordinate to an all-powerful State. This was the thought we encountered in “Hubris”.
The function of a Parliament or a Congress is for Hegelians, psychology. Merely to allow individuals to feel that their opinions have some value, and to allow a government to take advantage of whatever wisdom the ‘peasant’ may accidentally demonstrate. This is so obvious in Australian politics today. As Hegel puts it:
“By virtue of this participation, subjective liberty and conceit, with their general opinion, (individuals) can show themselves palpably efficacious and enjoy the satisfaction of feeling themselves to count for something.” Hegel
War, the organized conflict of nations for Hegelians, is only the visible outcome of the clash between ideas. Following the outbreak of war in 1939, Social Creditor C.H. Douglas said, “The international money marketers care no more for the immolation of the peoples of a continent that for the death of a sparrow”; and “unfortunately the world is in the grasp of theorists to whom misery and death of millions is a grain of sand beside the working out of their designs”. As John Dewey, the Hegelian darling of the modern educational system, puts it:
“War is the most effective preacher of the vanity of all merely finite interests, it puts an end to that selfish egoism of the individual by which he would claim his life and his property as his own or as his family’s.”
Above all, the Hegelian doctrine is the divine right of States rather than the divine right of kings. The State for Hegel and Hegelians is God on earth:
“The march of God in history is the cause of the existence of states, their foundation is the power of Reason realizing itself as will. Every state, whatever it be, participates in the Divine essence. The State is not the work of human art, only Reason could produce it.”
For Hegel the individual is nothing, the individual has no rights, morality consists solely in following a leader.
Compare this to the spirit and letter of the Australian Constitution: “WHEREAS the people” grant the State some powers and reserve all others to the people. Whilst it recognizes no State denomination, it places the Christian God as its Head, unlike Hegel’s “the State is God on earth.” To elitists like The Order in the USA, The Group in the UK, Illuminati in Germany, and the Politburo in Russia, the State is supreme, and a self-appointed elite running the State acts as God on earth.
Manipulation of ‘left’ and ‘right’ in domestic USA, where Wall Street supports both Republicans and Democrats, as their Australian associates support Liberal and Labor, is duplicated in the international field where ‘left’ and ‘right’ political structures are artificially constructed and collapsed in the drive for a one-world synthesis. In fact, ‘left’ and ‘right’ are two controlled factions of the Illuminati.
Textbooks present war and revolution as more or less accidental results of conflicting forces. The decay of political negotiations into physical conflict comes about, according to these books, after valiant efforts to avoid war. Unfortunately, this is nonsense. War is always a deliberate creative act by individuals.
The Tribunals that investigated Nazi war criminals were careful to censor any records of Western Assistance to Hitler. And Western textbooks on Soviet economic development omit any description of the economic and financial aid given to the 1917 Revolution and subsequent economic development by Western firms and banks.
Revolution is always recorded as a spontaneous event by the politically or economically deprived against an autocratic state. Western textbooks never reveal the evidence that revolutions need finance; and the source of the finance in many cases traces back to Wall Street.
Of course our Western history is every bit as distorted, censored, and largely useless as that of Hitler’s Germany, the Soviet Union or Communist China. No Western foundation will award grants to investigate their own benefactors. Few Western scholars can survive by researching such theses, and publishing houses daring to accept such manuscripts suffer intimidation or even violence from the Establishment. The recent trials of David Irving with his erstwhile publisher bears this out.
Like the true revelation of God’s Word, largely unrecorded history tells a story contrary to what we’ve been taught to regard as truth. A story of the deliberate creation of war, the knowing finance of revolution to change governments, and the use of conflict to create a New World Order.
We will explore thesis and antithesis in the development and construction of the Soviet Union (thesis) and Hitler’s Germany (antithesis). We will also explore the continuation of this dialectic conflict into the last few decades, specifically in China today and show that the purpose is to create a new synthesis, a New World Order along Hegelian lines where the State is Absolute and the individual can find freedom only in blind obedience to the State.
Something we have to do is to break an almost universal mindset, that Communists and Capitalists are bitter enemies. This Marxist axiom is a false statement and for a century has fooled academics and investigators alike. The key to understanding modern history is that elitists had as close working relations with both Marxists and Nazis as they have with Marxists and Capitalists.
After World War II the world stage was changed. After 1945 it became the Soviet Union on one side versus the United States on the other. The first dialectical clash led to the formation of the United Nations, an elementary step on the road to world government. The second dialectical clash led to the Trilateral Commission and REGIONAL groups, like Oceania, Eurasia and East Asia from “1984,” and more subtly to efforts for a merger of the United States and the Soviet Union. Definitely Orwellian! Various stooges ‘fronting’ for the faceless elite agitate for a new Constitution that will enable them to usurp Australia’s sovereignty and absorb us into an Asian Bloc, ruled from Beijing or Tokyo.
Western Christian civilization, whose domain was very nearly the world, had expanded without notable recession until in 1914. In 1917 it began a retreat that has since been uninterrupted (Matthew 24:7-8). Huge amounts of Western property, much of it in land, factories and mines, has been stolen by revolutionaries, or abandoned by Western owners. Political and strategic losses are of more lasting and fundamental importance. But it is not politically correct to criticize its demise today.
World history since 1917 reflects an application of Hegelian dialectics. Russia was taken over by mainly Ashkenazi Jews from the East End of New York who established Socialism, later called Communism. This Revolution was planned by international financiers and financed by Wall Street. Indeed Woodrow Wilson sent US troops who took over and held the Siberian Railroad from 1918 to impede the transport of grain and raw materials to Germany, and so far as possible prevent commerce, until the Soviets were sufficiently established to take over. US troops remained until 1920.
Thus we see governments need censorship to classify certain files for thirty or fifty years after events, to protect the living from charges of treason, and to conceal the past intrigues and long term goals of the hidden elite who call the shots.
Soviet Russia’s first Five Year Plan was devised by Detroit-based Albert Kahn, Inc., and Russia’s industry financed by Wall Street. Thus was the THESIS: Communism, established.
But the MARXIST version of the Hegelian dialectic poses financial CAPITALISM as thesis, and Marxist revolution as antithesis. An obvious puzzle in this Marxian statement is the nature of the SYNTHESIS presumed to evolve out of the clash of these OPPOSITES. It cannot be Communism!
Lenin’s statement that the State will wither away at the synthesis stage is nonsensical. In fact, as all contemporary Marxist states testify, in practice, the State becomes all powerful. The immediate task of “the revolution” is to convey all power to the State, and modern Marxist states operate under a constant paranoia that power may indeed pass away from the hands of the State into the hands of the people.
If MARXISM is posed as the thesis and NATIONAL SOCIALISM as antithesis, then the most likely SYNTHESIS becomes a Hegelian NEW WORLD ORDER, a synthesis evolving out of the clash of Marxism and National Socialism. Moreover, in THIS statement those who FINANCE and MANAGE the clash of opposites can REMAIN in control of the synthesis.
The elite have artificially encouraged and developed BOTH revolutionary Marxism and national socialism while retaining some control over the nature and degree of the conflict, therefore it is able to determine the evolution and nature of the New World Order.
Out of war and revolution come opportunities for profit by corporations under the control and influence of these elites. In the two World Wars, the Korean and Vietnamese Wars, there are numerous examples of American banks and corporations trading with the enemy.
The antithesis, National Socialism, is no more. The Cold War is over, so we’re taught the thesis of Russian Communism is also dead. This leaves the once Christian now Capitalist West. Since we are ‘friends’, the West now finances Russia at government level, increasing profits and reducing risks for the international bankers.
To prevent history coming to its end (he says tongue in cheek) the elite introduced a new dialectic process. World War II was the culmination of the dialectic process created in the 1920s and 1930s. The clash between ‘left’ and ‘right’, the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany, led to creation of a synthesis – the UN, and a start towards regional groupings in NATO, the Common Market, UNESCO, Warsaw Pact, SEATO, CIS, then the Trilateral Commission. A start towards New World Order.
World War II left the Elite with the necessity to create a new dialectical situation to promote MORE conflict to achieve a higher level synthesis.
The source of this process may be found in US National Security Memorandum No. 68 of 1950 which opened up the road for Western technology to build a more advanced Soviet Union – which it did in the 1960s and 1970s with computerized space-age technology. In true Hegelian tradition it simultaneously argued for massive expansion of US defenses – on grounds of a future Soviet threat. (Which would not have been possible without the transfer of Western technology). Thus the internationalists profited from Soviet and US purchases.
The principal devices used to control the dialectic process in the past two decades have been (a) information, (b) debt and (c) technology. These have become diluted over time. They don’t work as well today as they did in the 1950s.
By and large, control of INFORMATION has been successful because the intellectual world is still locked into a phony verbal battle between ‘left’ and ‘right’, whereas the real struggle is the battle between individual freedom and the encroaching power of the absolute State. The Soviet Union, with its tight censorship, presents a strictly Marxist (‘left’) orientation to its citizens. The enemy is always the ‘fascist’ United States. The West is a little more complicated but not much more so. Whereas financial power is used to control politics, information is used to control human perceptions.
Brethren, to the elites, we’re ‘human cattle’ participating in a double blind laboratory experiment. By God’s Grace, the elect can’t be deceived on the revealed Word of God, which, as a sharp two-edged sword, divides asunder these deceptions.
In the West the choice is basically between a controlled ‘left-oriented’ information, and a controlled ‘right-oriented’ information. The conflict between the two CONTROLLED groups keeps an apparent informational conflict alive. Unwelcome facts that fall into either camp are conveniently forgotten. Books that fall into either camp can be effectively neutralized because they will incur the wrath of both ‘right’ and ‘left’. The faster the cattle run, the faster the treadmill takes them to nowhere.
Any publication which points up the fallacy of the Left-Right dichotomy is ignored . . . and citizens keep trooping down to the polling booths in the belief they have a ‘choice’. Witness Australian elections. The Labor and Liberal Parties frankly admit their policies are common.
The second control mechanism is DEBT. We all understand that. If Marxist countries have to import technology, they need to earn or borrow Western currencies to pay for it. Loans have to be repaid. So to some extent, debtors are under control of creditors, unless they default. And therein lies the weakness.
The third control mechanism is TECHNOLOGY. If technology to advance to more efficient production levels has to be imported, then the recipient is always kept away from the ‘state of the art’. The weakness for the elite is that military technology does not require a market system.
The dialectic plan therefore misfired for several reasons. Firstly, the informational blackouts were not as successful as they expected. Control of Time and Newsweek gave them dominance over weekly news summaries. The TV networks have been able to orchestrate viewer’s reactions – to some extent – by propaganda in movies. (For example, when I went to the giant IMAX movie theatre, I noticed propaganda for the ‘Greenhouse’ HOAX had been subtly included in the narrative). But the elite were unable to restrict individuals and relatively small non-academic groups, almost always outside Universities (whose curricula they control) from exploring obvious inconsistencies in Establishment propaganda. These groups, often mistakenly termed ‘left’ or ‘right,’ are outside the manipulated left-right spectrum.
Secondly, the debt weapon was over-used. Communist countries are now saturated with debt to Western bankers.
Thirdly, while technology is still a useful weapon, there are distinct stirrings among independent analysts of the danger posed for the Western world by building enemies.
We’ve spent 50 years arming our enemies, and developing their industries with our technology. And under the LIMA Agreement, have transferred our manufacturing infrastructure offshore. Last year China purchased the whole of New Zealand’s forests “in perpetuity” for US$80 million donated by Australia. No wonder our Aborigines are caught up in Communist ideas when we give money to foreign nations who consider us “barbarians,” and to others, who have the Northern half of our continent colored green and labeled “South Irian” in their school atlases and on military maps.
Brother Branham said the West was trying to buy her friends, and when we can no longer afford to bribe them we will discover they are our enemies (This Day This Scripture, 16:132; Influences, 7:40; Genesis 3:15).
Even without interference by the international bankers the consequences are alarming, both for America and for the Western world. The West has a brief opportunity between the decline of Russia and the rise of China. Europe has wasted most of the present decade by pursuing the dangerous IRRELEVANCE of the single currency. (No doubt a ploy of her fair-weather banking friends). America has wasted it on a shallow prosperity; even the recovery hasn’t greatly strengthened the US economy. Neither Europe nor America is prepared for the global competition of the next century. For America, the progressive shift of wealth and power to Asia will be humiliating, and perhaps destabilizing.
Consequently, in today’s world we can identify two facts in construction of a new dialectic. First, cautious reinforcement of the Marxian arm – for example: Marxist Angola got a green light, Marxist Grenada got a red light.
Second, the construction of a completely new arm, that of Communist China, itself Marxist, but with conflict potential for the Soviet Union. Major efforts are in progress, only partly revealed in the press, to create a new superpower in conflict mode with the Soviet Union. This is the new antithesis, replacing Nazi Germany.
American involvement in China began with Wall Street’s intervention into Dr. Sun Yat Sen’s revolution of 1911. During World War II the US helped the Chinese Communists into power. The decision to build Communist China as a new arm of the dialectic was made under Richard Nixon and executed by Henry Kissinger and George Bush.
By the turn of the century, Communist China will be a “superpower” built by American technology and skill, presumably for conflict with Russia. What then is left for the USA but an ‘accommodation’ with the CIS to set up a world government?
“And the sixth angel poured out his vial upon the great river Euphrates; and the water thereof was dried up, that the way of the kings of the East might be prepared” (Revelation 16:12). The drawing-away of the Holy Spirit from apostatizing Western (once Bible believing Protestants) civilization gradually diminished our invisible barrier and defense of faith in the Word. Thus the pagan ways of the kings of the East were entertained and adopted in place of faith. Foreign aid, intermarriage, immigration and preferential tariffs began. We have since transferred our manufacturing industries to these strange people. With no manufacturing we have unemployment and no self-reliance in the event of hostilities. Furthermore, we fall further under obligation to the foreign bankers.
The Hegelian dialectic is being employed to secure and sustain absolute world power and authority to an elite. We have fallen into a Hegelian trap and don’t know it.