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Posted 11 July 2017 - 04:57 PM

 

....and who were those magnificent property holders who financed everything?
 
 
 

 

 

They're not the only ones. The monarchy has always had a powerful say in what happens in world policy.

 

 

https://youtu.be/641Oyk3d5HM

 

Investigating into today’s power structure in the UK and the role played by the British monarchy, this eye-opening documentary reveals the grossly disproportionate and undemocratic wealth and power of Britain’s Royal Family.
 
The programmer educates the viewers about the sheer wealth of Britain’s unelected monarchy and trails through the various assets and sources of income to which a random family, born into a historic mesh of multiracial kings and queens, unfairly believe they are entitled.
 
The UK with its dark and scattered history of political struggles has become the playground of monarchic power and influence. The documentary exposes all the main instruments of wealth of the British monarchy and provides clear commentary as to why Britain may be the most contradictory democracy in the world.

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Posted 04 July 2017 - 01:04 PM

Happy 4th of July, Everyone!

 

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Posted 03 July 2017 - 04:57 PM

They just took over what was already there through the major power bases of the day. The old saying 'All roads lead to Rome' centralizes everything. it has for millennia. Even further back with the pyramids. Divine and everlasting control of everything on Earth. Men have created this and gave it power through a belief that god(s) told them it was ok to rule the earth. Politics, religion, race, whatever. Who gives a shit when you control all their resources.

 

Then who are the chosen ones?

 

The race handed down by God through Adam?

 

Which race is that?

 

Which religion is that?


Posted 01 July 2017 - 08:38 PM

Interesting documentary because it depicts a shift in the American mind regarding morality. Before the Civil War most colleges and educational systems were based on a system of religious morality built on a Puritan foundation. After the Civil War corporate systems began to take over the educational curriculum. This left the country disillusioned in it's search for a greater understanding of God. The profit systems turned towards a scientific method to define a new 'god'. The Teutonic systems of psychology began to be applied usurping the older philosophical moral attitude towards education. Corporate mentally and rights of person began its ascendancy over the human being....

 

They just took over what was already there through the major power bases of the day. The old saying 'All roads lead to Rome' centralizes everything. it has for millennia. Even further back with the pyramids. Divine and everlasting control of everything on Earth. Men have created this and gave it power through a belief that god(s) told them it was ok to rule the earth. Politics, religion, race, whatever. Who gives a shit when you control all their resources.


Posted 18 June 2017 - 03:11 PM

This is a decent history of the cartels that have been working behind the scenes for centuries. I recommend you do your research on it. Once you start doing that you'll find more details in the cunning behavior of the so called divine righters in action. 
 
It's a downloadable PDF file and the link is good....
 

Posted 27 February 2017 - 02:03 PM

 

Essentially the history described in this thread shows a circle of power changing hands. Always the upper class of high society taking advantage of the common man. This documentary displays the same attitudes of behavior the British had towards the Kings subjects in America. Only a break away was established so the American upper class could take advantage of the vast resources of the land and everything in it. For themselves, just like the Crown's attitude. Except, the Crown did fight back...but, that's a whole different kind of thread!
 
Plutocracy is the first documentary to comprehensively examine early American history through the lens of class. A multi-part series by filmmaker Scott Noble, Part I focuses on the the ways in which the American people have historically been divided on the basis of race, ethnicity, sex and skill level.
 
Plutocracy: Divide et Impera (Divide and Rule) includes sections on Mother Jones, the American Constitution; the Civil War draft riots; Reconstruction; Industrialization; the evolution of the police; the robber barons; early American labor unions; and major mid-to-late 19th Century labor events including the uprising of 1877, the Haymarket Affair, the Homestead strike and the New Orleans General Strike. The introduction examines the West Virginian coal wars of the early 20th Century, culminating in the Battle of Blair Mountain. 
 
 

 

 

Interesting documentary because it depicts a shift in the American mind regarding morality. Before the Civil War most colleges and educational systems were based on a system of religious morality built on a Puritan foundation. After the Civil War corporate systems began to take over the educational curriculum. This left the country disillusioned in it's search for a greater understanding of God. The profit systems turned towards a scientific method to define a new 'god'. The Teutonic systems of psychology began to be applied usurping the older philosophical moral attitude towards education. Corporate mentally and rights of person began its ascendancy over the human being....


Posted 01 January 2017 - 12:42 PM

:bumpsmall:

 

Thanks for the homework on my history paper!

 

:chuckle:


Posted 02 December 2016 - 08:04 PM

Essentially the history described in this thread shows a circle of power changing hands. Always the upper class of high society taking advantage of the common man. This documentary displays the same attitudes of behavior the British had towards the Kings subjects in America. Only a break away was established so the American upper class could take advantage of the vast resources of the land and everything in it. For themselves, just like the Crown's attitude. Except, the Crown did fight back...but, that's a whole different kind of thread!
 
Plutocracy is the first documentary to comprehensively examine early American history through the lens of class. A multi-part series by filmmaker Scott Noble, Part I focuses on the the ways in which the American people have historically been divided on the basis of race, ethnicity, sex and skill level.
 
Plutocracy: Divide et Impera (Divide and Rule) includes sections on Mother Jones, the American Constitution; the Civil War draft riots; Reconstruction; Industrialization; the evolution of the police; the robber barons; early American labor unions; and major mid-to-late 19th Century labor events including the uprising of 1877, the Haymarket Affair, the Homestead strike and the New Orleans General Strike. The introduction examines the West Virginian coal wars of the early 20th Century, culminating in the Battle of Blair Mountain. 
 
 

Posted 27 October 2016 - 10:21 AM

Nice thread OP. Interesting thread on American history. Although, I believe the battles fought in the revolutionary war are circular. Look at the term 'revolution' as an example. Principalities of greedy control take over and come to power then lose it. Then it comes around again in a constant revolution dizzying our senses. Keeping history as a subject is all important to break this mundane cycle of chaos. Yes, that old saying 'we are doomed to forget' seems to work its magic. Why? Because you're told it is so. Dumbing us all down by watering history to form fearful ideas of control. The more one learns the more questions get asked. A better informed society makes it difficult for any power to prevail. Although, in the end, any principal structure of control will defend itself with violence or the threat of sanction to survive. Actually punishment for articulate questioning cannot be allowed by greedy men and their fear of losing power.


Posted 17 October 2016 - 09:05 AM

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