G. Edward Griffin: Carroll Quigley And The New World Order

G. Edward Griffin: Carroll Quigley And The New World Order

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.

Carroll Quigley

Carroll Quigley (November 9, 1910 – January 3, 1977) was a noted historian, polymath, and theorist of the evolution of civilizations.

Quigley was born in Boston, and attended Harvard University, where he studied history and earned B.A, M.A., and Ph.D. degrees. He taught at Princeton University, and then at Harvard, and then at the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University from 1941 to 1976.[1]

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”.[2]

In addition to his academic work, Quigley served as a consultant to the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Navy, the Smithsonian Institution, and the House Select Committee on Astronautics and Space Exploration in the 1950s.[3] Quigley served as a book reviewer for the Washington Star and was a contributor and editorial board member of Current History.[4] His work emphasized “inclusive diversity” as a value of Western Civilization long before diversity became commonplace, and he denounced Platonic doctrines as an especially pernicious deviation from this ideal, preferring the pluralism of Thomas Aquinas.[citation needed] Quigley said of himself that he was a conservative defending the liberal tradition of the West. He was an early and fierce critic of the Vietnam War,[citation needed] and he was against the activities of the military-industrial complex which he saw as the future downfall of the country.[citation needed]

Quigley retired from Georgetown in June, 1976, and died the following year.[5]

Influence on Bill Clinton

In his freshman year in the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown, future U.S. President Bill Clinton took Quigley’s course, receiving a ‘B’ as his final grade in both semesters.[6]

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.[7] 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.[8]

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.[9] Quigley’s views are particularly notable because the majority of reputable academic historians profess skepticism about conspiracy theories.[10]

Check out this link for more information and related articles about Carroll Quigley: Modern History Project

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FIRST Federal Criminal Complaint Against Barack Obama

FIRST Federal Criminal Complaint Against Barack Obama

And the snowball just keeps on rolling along.  What follows are two stories concerning Barack Obama, his concealment of his personal history, and his use of troops, the Secret Service and Homeland Security. For any of you that have doubts about our military; get over it.  For those of you here that are on the other side; figure it out for yourselves.

Also for those of you that think we are all way out in left field with the conspiracy theories; read all the way to the end.  H/T to American Genie for directing me to Investigating Obama.  Is it any wonder gun sales have jumped?

Federal criminal complaint contends Obama ineligible.

Ex-officer alleges prez used ‘contrivance, concealment, dissembling, and deceit’

An ex-military officer has raised the stakes in the ongoing dispute over Barack Obama’s eligibility to be president, filing a criminal complaint against the “imposter” with the U.S. attorney’s office for the Eastern District of Tennessee.

Retired U.S. Navy officer Walter Francis Fitzpatrick III, who has run a campaign for two decades to uncover and try to correct what he believes are criminal activities within the military, accused the president of “treason.”

In his complaint addressed to Obama via U.S Attorney Russell Dedrick and Assistant U.S. Attorney Edward Schmutzer, Eastern District, Tennessee, Fitzpatrick wrote: “I have observed and extensively recorded invidious attacks by military-political aristocrats against the Constitution for twenty years.

“Now you have broken in and entered the White House by force of contrivance, concealment, conceit, dissembling, and deceit. Posing as an impostor president and commander in chief you have stripped civilian command and control over the military establishment.”

He cited the deployment of “U.S. Army active duty combat troops into the small civilian community of Samson, Ala.,” and said, “We come now to this reckoning. I accuse you and your military-political criminal assistants of TREASON. I name you and your military criminal associates as traitors. Your criminal ascension manifests a clear and present danger. You fundamentally changed our form of government. The Constitution no longer works.

“I identify you as a foreign born domestic enemy,” he wrote.

The 1975 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis told WND that a short time after his complaint was filed he was visited by two U.S. Secret Service agents, but they left after telling him they perceived no threat to the president in the document.

Officials with the Knoxville office of the Secret Service told WND the only person who could release information to the media was on vacation and they would not comment on the issue.

Likewise, officials with the U.S. attorney’s office declined to respond to a WND request for a comment.

Fitzpatrick told WND the U.S. Justice Department needs to look into the issue.

…and now for black SUVs…

Eligibility lawyer says Homeland Security shadowing him

Reports incidents involving county, federal agents.

A lawyer spearheading the effort in Washington state to bring light to the issue of Barack Obama’s eligibility to be president says he was shadowed all day today by officers with the federal Department of Homeland Security, the Snohomish County sheriff’s office and the Everitt city police department.

“There’s definitely observation,” attorney Stephen Pidgeon told WND. “Maybe observation in anticipation of making an arrest.”

Pidgeon has been the attorney for Washington state plaintiffs challenging Obama’s eligibility to be president under the Constitution’s demand for that office to be occupied only by a “natural born” citizen. Dozens of similar cases have been filed around the country since the election and many have been dismissed, often because judges rule the plaintiffs don’t have “standing” to bring a complaint.

The Washington state case, however, cites state law that vests in citizens the right to raise questions about an elected official’s authority, effectively granting standing to those plaintiffs.

The case, although it has been filed, has not been brought to court for hearings yet.

Pidgeon told WND today he contacted his personal defense attorney, and also was in contact with the Alliance Defense Fund, a national organization advocating for civil liberties and religious and personal freedoms.

Pidgeon is affiliated with the organization and told WND that there would be a letter sent inquiring about the surveillance.

He said he first became aware of the situation when his wife left their rural home early in the day and reported there were three law enforcement vehicles parked nearby, along with three black Suburban-style vehicles carrying camouflage-wearing agents, apparently from Homeland Security.

Pidgeon said he has been “outspoken” about the Obama administration and its validity due to the eligibility questions, but didn’t realize he was “qualifying as an enemy of the state.”

He immediately reached out to a number of individuals through e-mail.

“My only protection is to contact the people I know,” he said.

Officials of the Department of Homeland Security did not return multiple WND messages seeking a comment on the situation. Officials with the Snohomish sheriff’s office and the Everett city police department said they didn’t know anything about it.

“Where Homeland Security is concerned, obviously there are people working for the Obama administration with little consideration for free speech,” Pidgeon told WND.

He said when he left his home, he had a sheriff’s vehicle “marking every turn that I made.”

“There’s definitely observation,” he said.

“The fact of the matter is that we have taken the position and it is consistent with Orly Taitz’ position that Barack Obama failed to establish his bona fides by the election on November 4,” he said. “We alleged under Democratic National Committee rules he had a burden to establish to the DNC’s satisfaction his eligibility. He never did.

“As a consequence the burden remains on him. He didn’t meet the burden of proving his eligibility to hold the office.”

He said voters cannot simply rewrite the Constitution’s eligibility requirements in a presidential vote. For one thing, only 52 percent voted for Obama, and the Constitution requires approval from two-thirds of the states for an amendment.

He also cited U.S. senators and congressman who have credited the online “fact” organizations such as snopes or factcheck for authenticating Obama’s eligibility.

“Any senator who would rely on snopes or factcheck to establish a judicial opinion whether or not this person has documented his eligibility is a fool,” Pidgeon said. And citing a federal judge who said the issue of Obama’s eligibility already had been “twittered,” he said that is “tantamount to malpractice.”

Several hours after Pidgeon returned WND’s call, he called again.

“We are definitely under surveillance and it’s coordinated with Homeland Security,” he said.

He said one of his associates had been followed from his home to the law firm’s downtown office, and the associate was stopped just outside the building.

“The police officer claimed he didn’t have brake lights working,” Pidgeon said. “But he does.”

What you have just read above is the #1 reason I left the Seattle area.  The police in King County have been imitating the Gestapo for years.

I think there may be an Adolph Hitler Fascist Dictator Award in here somewhere for Bambi, and I also think they better start investing in ALOT MORE black SUVs, yes?

(Author’s note: Ugh, somebody put a link to my site up on Huffpo – excuse me, I gotta go take a shower.)


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