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hmmm, you haven't studied the Vatican or the English Crown much, have ya ?
rarely is their power transferred for more than 3 generations
and you can link an obituary for Kissinger, can ya ??
Whoever was in control in the early 20th century, clearly isn't right now. They're dead
Originally posted by Honor93
reply to post by colbyforce
yeah, that's not new news, is it for you ?
what i'm suggesting is that this is a direct result of many generations of actions aimed specifically at achieving the stated goals.
some ppl actually agree with and support those goals, i am not one of them.
those who wish to participate should be able to, those who don't shouldn't be forced to comply.
unfortunately, to achieve the 'world' goal, the individual must cease to exist hi
economics is merely a 'tool' to achieve it.
oh my geez, i'm not sure what you consider "early" 20th century but i assure you Kissinger was very much part of the game since the 40s and his 'mentors' originated in the 1800s.
Originally posted by nomnom
reply to post by Honor93
Kissinger wasn't in power in the early 20th century, nor is he now.
The Vacitcan has not so much influence in the world now compared to say... 500 years ago. The crown has even less.edit on 3-3-2013 by nomnom because: (no reason given)
Isn't good supposed to triumph over evil? I hope so.
"Anyone who is not properly trained for bridge building will soon be enlightened as to his deficiencies when he comes to actual practice. He will soon show himself to be a bungler and find his services generally declined.
But when a man is not properly trained for his work in social life, his deficiencies are not so readily demonstrated.
A badly built bridge breaks down; and then even the most prejudiced can see that he who built it was a bungler.
But the bungling that goes on in social work is not so directly apparent.
It only shows itself in the suffering of one's fellow-men.
And the connection between this suffering and bungling is not one that people recognize as readily as the connection between the breakdown of a bridge and the incompetent bridge builder." --- Rudolf Steiner, Anthroposophy and the Social Question
In 1989, Rolf Henrich, an East German lawyer and Communist party member, advocated transforming Communist Germany into a Threefold Republic.
His book, The Guardian State—The Failure of Socialism as it Actually Exists, was banned and he was expelled from the legal profession and the Communist party.
He appeared in West German media, including an interview by Der Spiegel, an influential magazine.
He was one of three co-founders of the New Forum, one of the first and largest independent political movements, which grew to 200,000 members. He travelled around Communist Germany in an effort to bring the Threefold Idea.
However, within weeks, the Berlin Wall fell, and Socialist Germany was absorbed by Corporatist Germany, and the idea of a Threefold Germany was again stifled.
The New Forum eventually merged with the Green Party. Rolf Henrich's story is described in the Summer 1990 issue of The Threefold Review magazine.