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#1 Ludikrus

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Posted 16 November 2015 - 12:52 AM

I believe that one of the most important men of the 20th century was Cecil Rhodes.  Rhodes was one of the wealthiest people in the world. He owned the vast Gold mine, diamond mines and other wealth in South Africa and other parts of Africa.

Rhodes connived his way to wealth in a lawless frontier culture, then used that fortune to fund a private invasion of East Africa. He bought newspapers in order to shape and control public opinion. He brokered secret deals, issued bribes and used gangs of mercenaries to butcher his opponents, seizing close to a million square miles of territory from its inhabitants. Although he did this in the name of the British Empire if and when it suited him he worked against Britain’s imperial interests, for example, he slipped £10,000 to Parnell’s Irish nationalists. He had no moral scruples when it came to procuring money.

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Cecil Rhodes and the round table foundation

Rhodes formed a secret society for his British Imperial purpose. He believed that it was essential that his secret society should have no name and until this day it has none. Its goal was and is to form a collectivist New World Order (NWO) that rules the world in a feudal system. Their goal is no different than the communist collectivist goal. As we look around the world today we can see this feudal system being put into action. For example, the U.S. and Britain have lost a lot of their manufacturing to China and India where workers are treated like feudal serfs.

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Posted 16 November 2015 - 01:28 AM

The remarkable story behind Rudyard Kipling's 'If' - and the swashbuckling renegade who inspired it
 
As Andrew Lycett told the Daily Mail: 'In these straitened times, the old-fashioned virtues of fortitude, responsibilities and resolution, as articulated in If, become ever more important.'
 
Long may they remain so.
 
 
 

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#3 Jesse Jimmie

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Posted 16 November 2015 - 10:18 AM

Nice!  Cecil Rhodes had his hand in many pies.  His bio brings to mind many other people, places, and things relating to that era of history.  Many threads of ideas twisting together to form strong cords to bridge the idea of Empire further into the future.

 

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Posted 16 November 2015 - 11:05 AM

The roads to hell are paved with good intentions.
 
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Does the Illuminati still exist? Their ideas exist: "Rhodes' similarities with Weishaupt are threefold: first, he came to the same conclusion as Weishaupt that creating his own secret society for the purposes of changing elite opinion was the only means to ensure that his goals could be achieved; second, he was similarly unimpressed by the Freemasons and the Jesuits, yet he copied their methods; and finally, his ultimate goal was essentially the same as Weishaupt, in that he sought to create a world order in which peace would prevail as divisions would be overcome by a global civilization, albeit an Anglo-Saxon one." The clips affirm inductively that there are spheres of power in the shadows that exert great influence. 
 
 
 

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Posted 16 November 2015 - 12:00 PM

Zeroing in on Cecil Rhodes yields many avenues to other people too.  This particular king felt the mighty wrath of greed from this particular villian in our thread subject:

 

The treasures Zimbabwe's King Lobengula protected from the white man are still hidden somewhere in Zimbabwe, and the search for the gold still continues today.

The proud era of African warriors came to an end when the last king of the Matabele, Lobengula, when fleeing hit the troops of Cecil Rhodes. The African ruler disappeared without a trace and with him all his possessions, gold, diamonds and ivory.The treasures that Lobengula was hiding from whites, is still in Zimbabwe waiting to be foud, somewhere between rivers the Limpopo, the Shangani and the Zambesi.

Some believe that Lobengula died in Chipata in the Eastern Province of Zambia and that his substantial treasure of gold, diamonds and coins lies in a cave somewhere in that part of the country.



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Posted 16 November 2015 - 07:10 PM

Diamonds may not be as rare as once believed, but this finding in a new Johns Hopkins University research report won't mean deep discounts at local jewelry stores.
 
"Diamond formation in the deep Earth, the very deep Earth, may be a more common process than we thought," said Johns Hopkins geochemist Dimitri A. Sverjensky, whose article co-written with doctoral student Fang Huang appears today in the online journal Nature Communications. The report says the results 'constitute a new quantitative theory of diamond formation,' but that does not mean it will be easier to find gem-quality diamonds and bring them to market.
 
 
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'We are speaking about trillions of carats': Russia reveals vast diamond source under 62-MILE-WIDE asteroid crater which could supply world markets for next 3,000 years
 
Supply under 35million-year-old impact zone is ten times bigger than global reserves
 
Kremlin discovered the site in the 1970s but kept it a secret until now to exploit tightly controlled market
 
Diamonds at Popigai Astroblem in Siberia are 'twice as hard' as normal, making them ideal for high-precision scientific instruments and industry
 

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Posted 17 November 2015 - 04:11 PM

There's a mini series on utoob all about Cecil Rhodes.

 

 
The above is part 1 of an 8 part series.  Here's a link to a playlist:
 
 
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#8 Ludikrus

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Posted 17 November 2015 - 06:51 PM

 

There's a mini series on utoob all about Cecil Rhodes.

 

 
The above is part 1 of an 8 part series.  Here's a link to a playlist:
 
 
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Khartoum! General Charles Gordon and the Mahdi

 

Gordon and the proclaimed MahdiMuhammad Ahmad

Both had heavy religious views. Inflexible moral strengths for both men in their beliefs.

Politically, it looks as if letting Gordon die would fire up the public outcry for revenge.  It certainly did that in spades.  

The use of heroism and mass psychology.  Iconic martyrdom.  Such fabulous imagery.  Somewhere, somehow, someone built up that glorious image of godlike behavior associated to Gordon from his actions at Khartoum.

Who profited most from the death of Gordon and the downfall of Gladstone back in the home country?

The Tactics of Evil Psychology!  All in the name of profit.


The Scramble for Africa

The Suez Canal is threatened by a holy war in the Sudan, and General Charles Gordon, killed by the rebels, becomes an "imperial martyr." Cecil Rhodes prospects diamond deposits in southern Africa, and asserts British control in the region. However, as Victoria celebrates her Diamond Jubilee, the empire is on the verge of its darkest hours. The Boer War leads to devastating losses and a reassessment of British purpose. Finally, in 1901, the death of Queen Victoria marks the end of an extraordinary era.


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Posted 17 November 2015 - 07:34 PM

The Tactics of Evil Psychology!  All in the name of profit.

 

It's only business!


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#10 Ludikrus

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Posted 17 November 2015 - 08:53 PM

It's only business!

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Indeed!

 

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