The Monster will be doing an interview this evening (11pm eastern) with The Dame Truth on BlogTalk Radio; ‘Back From The Rabbit Hole To Hell’. This particular interview explores some of the research I have uncovered in the last few months ranging from John Ruskin, Cecil Rhodes, Helena Blavatsky, the Theosophical Society, the Lucis Trust and the connections to the United Nations and the NGO’s that are running the world in the background. It will help explain why I have turned my eye from the upcoming elections to the course patriots need to take in the future to get the United Nations out of our country.
Join The Dame and I this evening for a show that will shed some light on the insanity of our current world situation.
(P.S. Everybody wave to the Federal Reserve Bank of San Fran, the State Dept., and JP Morgan Chase. Yes, we are coming for your a**es.)
My readers know that I believe G. Edward Griffin to be a natural treasure because of his research on the shadow chess players, the New World Order, and their view of the unwashed, stupid American masses. Mr. Griffin has done a lecture on Carroll Quigley who in actuality was the historian of a secret society. You can take your tinfoil hats off because these is real and true. Also, this particular lecture is in 8 parts, so get comfy. Mr. Griffin does a summary starting with Cecil Rhodes, and then reads from Quigley’s books to prove he isn’t talking out of his hat.
From 1941 until 1969, he taught a two-semester course at Georgetown on the development of civilizations. According to the obituary in the Washington Star, many alumni of Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service asserted that this was “the most influential course in their undergraduate careers”.
Clinton named Quigley as an important influence on his aspirations and political philosophy in 1991, when launching his presidential campaign in a speech at Georgetown. He also mentioned Quigley again during his acceptance speech to the 1992 Democratic National Convention, as follows:
As a teenager, I heard John Kennedy’s summons to citizenship. And then, as a student at Georgetown, I heard that call clarified by a professor named Carroll Quigley, who said to us that America was the greatest Nation in history because our people had always believed in two things–that tomorrow can be better than today and that every one of us has a personal moral responsibility to make it so.
Quigley and secret societies
One distinctive feature of Quigley’s historical writings was his assertion that secret societies have played a significant role in recent world history. Although this topic was not the primary focus of most of Quigley’s works, his writing on this topic has made Quigley famous among many who believe in conspiracy theories. Quigley’s views are particularly notable because the majority of reputable academichistorians profess skepticism about conspiracy theories.