Originally posted by TheOracle
The elite didn't expect the revolutions happening everywhere from egypt to wall street. Their worst nightmare is people power. They now realize their
grand scheme has failed and they won't be able to impose their dictature on us. The Internet (among other things) opened the sheeple's eyes.
I don't think this is correct at all. The elite know exactly what they are doing. They planned these revolutions across the world and their grand
scheme is going according to plan. Who gave us the internet in the first place? Is it not the perfect way to bring discontented people together?
Please just take a minute to read the following quotes taken from the exact recorded transcript of the questioning of Khristian Georgievitch Rakovsky
(a.k.a Chaim Rakeover), one of the founders of Soviet Bolshevism, intimate of Trotsky's and former Soviet ambassador to Paris, by Gavriil
Gavriilovitch Kus'min of the NKVD (Stalin's Secret Police) on 26th January, 1938. It was taken during the period of the trials of the Trotzkyists in
the USSR in 1938, when Rakovsky was tried together with Bukharin, Rykoff, Yagoda, Karakhan, Dr. Levin and others. The giving of this information
spared his life. It is known that Rakovsky was sentenced to be shot, like the others, but was reprieved and given 20 years in prison.
"Marxism, before being a philosophical, economic and political system, is a conspiracy for the revolution. And as for us the revolution is the only
absolute reality, it follows that philosophy, economics and politics are true only insofar as they lead to revolution. The fundamental truth (let us
call it subjective) does not exist in economics, politics or even morals: in the light of scientific abstraction it is either truth or error, but for
us, who are subject to revolutionary dialectic, it is only truth. And insofar as to us, who are subject to revolutionary dialectic, it is only truth,
and therefore the sole truth, then it must be such for all that is revolutionary, and such it was to Marx. In accordance with this we must act.
Remember the phrase of Lenin, in reply to someone who demonstrated by way of argument that, supposedly, his intention contradicted reality: "I feel
it to be real" was his answer. Do you not think that Lenin spoke nonsense? No, for him every reality; every truth was relative in the face of the
sole and absolute one: the revolution. Marx was a genius. If his works had amounted to only the deep criticism of Capitalism, then even that would
have been an unsurpassed scientific work; but in those places where his writing reaches the level of mastery, there comes the effect of an apparently
ironical work. "Communism" he says "must win because Capital will give it that victory, though its enemy." Such is the magisterial thesis of Marx
Can there be a greater irony? And then, in order that he should be believed, it was enough for him to depersonalize Capitalism and Communism, having
transformed the human individual into a consciously thinking individual, which he did with the extraordinary talent of a juggler. Such was his sly
method, in order to demonstrate to the Capitalists that they are a reality of Capitalism and that Communism can triumph as the result of inborn
idiocy; since without the presence of immortal idiocy in homo economico there could not appear in him continuous contradictions as proclaimed by Marx.
To be able to achieve the transformation of homo sapiens into homo stultum is to possess magical force, capable of bringing man down to the first
stage of the zoological ladder, i.e. to the level of the animal. Only if there is homo stultum in the epoch of the apogee of Capitalism could Marx
formulate his axiomatic proposition: contradictions plus time equal Communism. Believe me, when we who are initiated into this, contemplate the
representation of Marx, for example the one which is placed above the main entrance to the Lubianka, then we cannot prevent the inner explosion of
laughter by which Marx had infected us; we see how he laughs into his beard at all humanity".
"There is no antithesis here. Marx deceives for tactical reasons about the origin of the contradictions in Capitalism, but not about their obvious
reality. Marx knew how they were created, how they became more acute and how things went towards general anarchy in Capitalistic production, which
came before the triumph of the Communist revolution ... He knew it would happen because he knew those who created the contradictions".
So Communism and Capitalism together are the pincers that they have used to in order to reach the same conclusion that is revolution -
counter-revolution - totalitatarian state. Notice how the counter-revolution has already started in Egypt.
However, I do agree with you that another great war now seems very possible. The elite have also long wanted to destroy the Catholic religion and the
bombing and destruction of the Vatican seems inevitable.