You would hope that people aware of the reality of the use of the Hegelian Dialectic towards bringing about a New World Order would recognize it when it’s being used against them.
But instead, the truth movement is corrupted with the sort of dialectical thinking intended to keep the movement not only divided, but incapable of apprehending the real truth of the conspiracy
The ruse has succeeded for the fact that most people have forgotten one of their most basic childhood lessons, that: two wrongs don’t make a right!
By way of summary, the Hegelian Dialectic words like this: First of all, it’s an idea derived from the Kabbalah, which justifies its Luciferianism by claiming that evil is part of creation, and the result of the absence of good. In reality, evil is not a cosmic force, but a resistance to or contradiction of cosmic truth.
Ultimately, the Hegelian dialectic, like the Kabbalah, posits that history is evolving, and that in the end the truth will conclude in the resolution of contradictions. First an idea begins as a “thesis.” It is then opposed by an “anti-thesis,” before becoming resolved in a “synthesis.”
In their diabolical cynicism, the Luciferians exercise their influence in the world by nurturing false oppositions, in order to force the dumb populace into recognizing the apparent contradictions inherent in each of them, and thus inducing them to accept their false solution or synthesis.
There are many forms of the dialectic in operation. The most fundamental one, the one that has shaped the very premise of the Western democratic societies and now the Clash of Civilizations, is the nonsense that there is a conflict between religion and science, in order to produce a “synthesis” as secularism.
But the most potent use of the dialectic has been the dichotomy between the political left and right. Or more recently, as the debate between “liberals” and “conservatives”, represented in the US as the Democratic and Republican parties.
Anyone who falls into support of either faction becomes a victim of one deception or the other.
The left in European politics was fabricated by a branch of the Illuminati, a secret society known as the Philadelphes. They began to serve their purpose with the so-called Year of Revolutions in 1848, in order to challenge the powers that be. The pretext was to protect the rights of working people.
The ideology was articulated by a Sabbatean Jew named Karl Marx, as a further development of the dialectical process of history outlined by Hegel. As much as Marx has been blamed for the totalitarian communist regimes of the 20th century, the fact is that Marx took the principles of charity that have been cherished for millennia by humanity, and subtracted God.
Therefore, the pretext that communism is “Godless” has been employed ever since, to induce conservatives into throwing out the baby with the bathwater.
The money used to build the communist regime in the former Soviet Union came from a Wall Street cabal headed by Jacob Schiff, another Sabbatean and the leader of the Rothschilds’ interests in the US.
Most importantly, the same cabal was later responsible for the rise of the Nazis, who served the opposite pole of the dialectic by nurturing the fear of communism.
When the various leaders of the defeated Nazis came to the US under Operation Paperclip, there they became responsible by continuing to cultivate this rabid fear of communism, which became the basis of the Cold War.
In the farther fringes of American politics, the same Nazi influence resulted in the continued blame of “the Jews” for this so-called communist conspiracy.
In reality, of course, both camps are wrong. And the clever ruse works like this: The true name of the “illuminati,” or whatever name we want to call them by, is consolidation of ideological and financial power. The aim is to achieve ideological supremacy by undermining the value systems of traditional religion, and they achieve financial power through monopoly capitalism and banking.
To this end, the dialectic employs the sham fight between the liberals and the conservatives in the following manner: liberals are recruited with legitimate concerns about the excesses of capitalism, but have polluted their ideology with anti-religious ideas, and particularly a rejection of traditional morality.
Conversely, the conservatives have appealed to the Christians by correctly alerting them to the moral degeneracy of the liberals, but in doing so, recruit them to support right-wing policies of corporatist neoliberlsm. Tragically, it is by employing the anachronism of a “communist conspiracy” that conservatives have been duped into denouncing “big government” and extolling the virtues of privatization, which plays right into the hands of the Luciferian Illuminati’s plans for financial consolidation.