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Re: Technocracy and War

"god on our side"

Obama's adviser and mentor Zbigniew Brzezinski was critical in forming Al Quaeda and the Afghan resistance to the Soviets, using this term. And he certainly is not Christian. Above is a video of him in action.

Soviet Russia was definitely against all forms of religion the state was the religion.

Japanese were in the service of the emperor who was said to be descended from the gods. They had a similar system of religious and scientific amalgamation as the Nazi's.

Nazism was the religion of Germany, it was a composite of multiple religious and scientific concepts. This amalgamation had its ideological roots in....

"The ideological roots of Nazism derive from Romanticism, nineteenth-century idealism, and a biologic interpretation of Friedrich Nietzsche’s "Gott ist tot" concepts of “breeding upwards” — towards the Übermensch (“Superman”). Such ideas, as espoused by the Ariosophe Germanenorden (German Order) and the Thule society much influenced Adolf Hitler’s world-view."

on the Thule society...
"They identified Ultima Thule, said by Nazi mystics to be the capital of ancient Hyperborea, as a lost ancient landmass in the extreme north: near Greenland or Iceland. These ideas derived from earlier speculation by Ignatius L. Donnelly that a lost landmass had once existed in the Atlantic, and that it was the home of the Aryan race, a theory he supported by reference to the distribution of swastika motifs. He identified this with Plato's Atlantis, a theory further developed by Helena Blavatsky, the occultist during the second part of the 19th century."

Anti-Christian...plain and simple.


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