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#21 RottenApples

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Posted 01 November 2016 - 07:30 PM

A gathering of resources for the supreme survival of the superior species. Darwinism at its finest! 

 

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Only for those who hold and control the resources of the world. History certainly does show us how Cecil Rhodes shaped the ideas and interests we all live with today. His influence runs deep.

 

Good thread! 

 

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Posted 22 November 2016 - 03:25 PM

Cecil Rhodes wasn't the only Imperialist involved with the great evolution of species that occured at the end of the 19th century. King Leopold II of Belgium was another. This man and his belief in divine right gave him the hubris to achieve great heights of destructive glory. All built to serve himself and his godlike station. These legacies left by the ghosts of past renown live on today.
 
 
 
 

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Posted 22 November 2016 - 03:58 PM

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People like this are kind of like the old Greek gods of old. Playing with ordinary peoples lives. Do men like this deserve the glory they have received in history? Is this really a civilized and noble behavior to endow on the primitives. Are these 'gods' good examples to look up to as heroes? No matter how they are symbolized? Is the glorious worship they receive in history a deserved perception?
 
 

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Posted 24 November 2016 - 01:17 PM

 

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People like this are kind of like the old Greek gods of old. Playing with ordinary peoples lives. Do men like this deserve the glory they have received in history? Is this really a civilized and noble behavior to endow on the primitives. Are these 'gods' good examples to look up to as heroes? No matter how they are symbolized? Is the glorious worship they receive in history a deserved perception?

 

 

The hubris of great men who think they know better than anyone else how the world should work? Absolutely not! They're just men who have power and used it to build something evil to feed their own greed and purpose for living. Killing millions in the name of Empire Building. They have much to be thankful for....

 

I like your Greek god metaphor. It's quite apt. Only thing is who is their god? By the actions we've seen history it doesn't seem like a benevolent god to common man. The gods only look out for themselves.


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Posted 03 December 2016 - 07:55 PM

There is something greater than the the King. The power of greed. See all its glory presented in Semper Hi Fi Technicolour. Watch as the TPTB of the day carve up Africa like a great pie. Gorging on all territory and rule it as if no one lived there. Witness the peaceful gospel according to the Gatlin gun. 
 
 
 
 
 

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Posted 27 February 2018 - 07:22 PM

Only for those who hold and control the resources of the world. History certainly does show us how Cecil Rhodes shaped the ideas and interests we all live with today. His influence runs deep.

 

Good thread! 

 

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A South African university have removed the statue of a British colonialist in response to student protests. Demonstrators, known as the Rhodes Must Fall Movement, have described Cecil Rhodes as a mass murderer, who stole indigenous land. The movement has sparked a wave of similar protests in which apartheid-era statues have been vandalised.



 


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Posted 27 February 2018 - 08:30 PM

New World Order: The Founding Fathers
 
Great financiers frequently used their fortunes to influence questions of peace and war and control politics for profit. Cecil Rhodes was different. He was determined to use his vast fortune not simply to generate ever-increasing profit, but to realise his dream, a dream he shared with his co-conspirators. Rhodes turned the profit objective on its head and sought to amass great wealth into his secret society in order to achieve political ends, to buy governments and politicians, buy public opinion and the means to influence it. [2] He intended that his wealth should be used to grasp control of the world, secretly. Secrecy was the cornerstone. No one outside the favoured few knew of the group’s existence. They have since been referred to obliquely in speeches and books as “The Money Power”, “The Hidden Power” or “the men behind the curtain”. All of these labels are pertinent, but we have called them, collectively, the Secret Elite.
 
Carroll Quigley revealed that Secret Elite influence on education was chiefly visible at the exclusive English private schools, Eton and Harrow, and at Oxford University , especially All Souls and Balliol Colleges . [3] This immensely rich and powerful group was given intellectual approval and inspiration by the philosophy of John Ruskin, professor of fine arts at Oxford.  He spoke to the Oxford undergraduates as members of the privileged ruling class, telling them that they possessed a magnificent tradition of education, rule of law and freedom. He championed all that was finest in the public service ethic, duty and self-discipline, and believed that English ruling class tradition should be spread to the masses across the empire. [4]
 
But behind such well-serving words lay a philosophy strongly opposed to the emancipation of woman, had no time for democracy and supported the “just” war.[5] Ruskin advocated that control of the state should be placed in the hands of a small ruling class. Social order was to be built upon the authority of superiors, imposing upon their inferiors an absolute, unquestioning obedience. He was repelled by the notion of levelling between the classes and by the disintegration of the “rightful” authority of the ruling class. [6]Ruskin’s philosophy was music to the ears of the elitists. It gave their lust for global power the blessing of academic approval. What they did, they would claim, was not for them, but for mankind. They would rise to power on the spurious justification that the world would consequently be a better place for humanity.
 
Inspired by Ruskin, Cecil Rhodes and his accomplices created the secret society with an inner core of trusted associates called “The Society of the Elect”, who unquestionably knew that they were members of an exclusive cabal devoted to taking and holding power on a world-wide basis. [7] A second outer ring, larger and quite fluid in its membership, was named “The Association of Helpers”. At this level members might not have known that they were an integral part of, or inadvertently being used by, a secret society. Many on the outer edges of the group, idealists and honest individuals, may never have been aware that the real decisions were made by a ruthless clique about whom they had no knowledge. [8]
 
From the very start, each of the initial conspirators brought valuable qualities and connections to the society. Cecil Rhodes was Prime Minister of the Cape Colony and master and commander of a vast area of Southern Africa which some were already beginning to call Rhodesia . His wealth had been underwritten by brutal native suppression [16] and the global mining interests of the House of Rothschild, [17] to whom he was answerable. William Stead was the most prominent journalist of his day and a voice to which ordinary people listened. Lord Esher represented the interests of the monarchy from Queen Victoria ’s final years, through the exuberant excesses of King Edward VII, to the more sedate but pliable King George V. His influence was immense because he operated between monarchs, the aristocracy and leading political figures. He chaired important secret committees, was responsible for appointments to the Cabinet, the senior ranks of the diplomatic corps and voiced strong personal opinion on top army posts. [18] Esher exerted a power behind the throne far in excess of his constitutional position. His role of powerbroker on behalf of the Secret Elite was without equal. Indeed Professor Quigley dubbed him, “the greatest wire puller of the period.” [19]
 
Another name that pervaded all that was powerful and influential during this period was that of the Rothschild dynasty, and Quigley placed Lord Nathaniel (Natty) Rothschild within the very core of the secret organization. [20] Rothschild was all-powerful in British and world banking and virtually untouchable.
 
    “The House of Rothschild was immensely more powerful than any financial empire that had ever preceded it.  It commanded vast wealth. It was international. It was independent.  Royal governments were nervous of it because they could not control it.  Popular movements hated it because it was not answerable to the people.  Constitutionalists resented it because its influence was exercised behind the scenes – secretly.” [21]
 
Taken together, the principal players, Rhodes, Stead, Esher, Rothschild and Milner represented a new force that was emerging inside British politics, but powerful old traditional aristocratic families that had long dominated Westminster , often in cahoots with the reigning monarch, were also deeply involved, and none more so than the Cecil family. Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne-Cecil, the patriarchal 3rd Marquis of Salisbury, ruled the Conservative Party at the latter end of the nineteenth century. He served as prime minister three times for a total of fourteen years, between 1885 and 1902 (longer than anyone else in recent history). When he retired as prime minister in July 1902, he handed over the reins of government to his sister’s son, Arthur Balfour. Lord Salisbury had four siblings, five sons and three daughters who were all linked and interlinked by marriage to individuals in the upper echelons of the English ruling class. Important government positions were given to relations, friends and wealthy supporters who proved their gratitude by ensuring that his views became policy in government, civil service and diplomatic circles. This extended ‘Cecil-Bloc’ was intricately linked to “The Society of the Elect” and Secret Elite ambitions throughout the first half of the twentieth century. [22]
 
In his “Confession of Faith”, Cecil Rhodes had written of bringing the whole uncivilized world under British rule, and the “recovery” of the United States to make the “Anglo-Saxon race but one Empire,” [39] by which he meant a white, Anglo-Saxon, Protestant America working in tandem with like minds in England. Clearly the United States could not be “recovered” by force of arms, so Rhodes dream was expanded to include the wealthy elites in the U.S. who shared a similar mind-set.
 
Rhodes suffered from heart and lung problems and was aware that his projected life span was limited. He wrote several wills to ensure that his fortune would be used to pursue his dream. Part of his strategy was to gift scholarship places at his alma mater, Oxford University , in the belief that exposure to British culture, philosophy and education would strengthen the best young minds from the colonies and, most importantly, the United States . Rhodes scholarships favoured American students, with two allocated for each of the fifty States and Territories, but only sixty places for the entire British Empire .  The “best talents” from the “best families” in the US were to be nurtured at Oxford , spiritual home of the Secret Elite, and imbued with an appreciation of “Englishness” and “retention of the unity of the Empire.” [40] Professor Quigley revealed that “the scholarships were merely a façade to conceal the secret society, or, more accurately, they were to be one of the instruments by which the members of the secret society could carry out his [ Rhodes ] purpose.”  [41]
 
The Secret Elite appreciated America ’s vast potential, and adjusted the concept of British Race supremacy to Anglo-Saxon supremacy. Rhodes ’s dream had only to be slightly modified. The world was to be united through the English-speaking nations in a federal structure based around Britain . [42] Alfred Milner became the undisputed leader of the secret society when Cecil Rhodes died in 1902. Like Rhodes , he believed that the goal should be pursued by a secret political and economic elite influencing “journalistic, educational and propaganda agencies” behind the scenes. [43]
 
 

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Posted 11 August 2018 - 05:05 PM

 

The model came from the British empire and their view of supremacy using systems of immigration. Beginning with how the creation of the United States was a giant thorn in the side of this plan for world dominance. Today, however, something more wicked has taken control of the model. Enhancing the corporate trees in the forest to yield more fruit by feeding it with our souls and blood. All for themselves.
 
 
 
The History of the Rhodes Trust by Sir Anthony Kenny
 
Many would share my preference for a succinct monograph on the history of the Rhodes Trust, not least because it provides a fascinating story - "a record of lost visions, forgotten purposes and failed projects", as Darwin writes, as well as "purposeful growth towards a planned objective". The trust was an important and intriguing body in its own right, but serves also "as a lens through which to peer at the vanished political and academic culture" of Britain from the hey-day of empire, through imperial adaptation and retreat, to decolonisation and after. 
 

 

 

Great discussion connecting the dots of our current world order. It brings history into perspective by discussing the many societies and groups created to connect the mechanisms of power.

History… The Last Will of Cecil Rhodes and the Anglo-American Establishment

https://tragedyandho...f-cecil-rhodes/


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Posted 19 August 2018 - 06:31 PM

South African history on this first settlers to migrate north from the English ruled Cape Colony at the most southern tip, before becoming the South African republic.


 


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Posted 19 August 2018 - 06:37 PM

South African History 1652 -1902 Culminating in the Anglo Boer War & Battle at Spion Kop

Online history video on the battle of Spion Kop, the bloodiest battle of the Anglo Boer War in South Africa 1899 - 1902, where Winston Churchill reported that up to seven bombs per minute were landing on top of the Spion Kop mountain with massive clouds of orange lydite and that the British soldiers in the trenches were being blown to atoms. Known as the 'Acre of Massacre', it remains the smallest piece of ground on which more men lost their lives in a single battle than any battle fought anywhere in the world… and it is here, witnessing what the human race was capable of, that the seeds of Mahatma Gandhi’s passive resistance took root. Leading up to this moment in history are some of South Africa’s major historical events going as far back as 1652, including: The arrival of the first settlers in South Africa and the origins of the Afrikaner people Conflicts in the history of South Africa: 1652 – 1902 Black/White and British/Boer conflicts in South Africa: 1652 – 1902.


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