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Globalists created Wahhabi Terrorism to Destroy Islam and Justify a Global State

The ‘House’ of Saud — no more Islamic than Billy Graham

Following the dictates of Hegelian dialectic, the Globalists have created two antagonizing forces, the “Liberal-Democratic” West, against Terrorism, or “political Islam”, to force us into the acceptance of their final alternative, a New World Order.

The Nation Of Islam And The Freemasons

I've been taking a closer look at the writings of Wesley Williams, and I am shocked.  I had no idea the Nation of Islam was so enmeshed with Freemasonry.  Enmeshed is an understatement, the two are basically one and the same.

Love in the Western World

Ideal "love" has become an obsession in the Western world. In almost all modern popular music, the theme is that of this love. With this lust created in the male psyche, advertisers have made use of the frailty by exploiting the female form to sell nearly every product targeting them as a market. Then, trying to live up to this ideal, women then become victims of the diet and fashion industry, who rake in billions from women who have become obsessed with "body consciousness" and "looking young".

Lucifer And The Cult Of Freedom

"In all corners of the earth the words Liberty, Equality, Fraternity brought to our ranks, thanks to our blind agents, whole legions who bore our banners with enthusiasm. And all the time these words were canker-worms at work boring into the well-being of the goyim, putting an end everywhere to peace, quiet, solidarity and destroying all the foundations of the goy States.

Higher Indoctrination: Universities and Corporate Control

Universities are viewed as institutions independent of the concerns of the rest of society, where free inquiry, for the sake of knowledge itself, is encouraged. However, an examination of the developments that took place in the North American university system over the last century or so, will reveal a situation significantly different from the one that has been presumed to exist. A dramatic restructuring had been undertaken, between 1894 to 1929, that permanently placed policy making decisions over education in the hands of an industrial minority. Unbeknownst to the public at large, their very positions of power placed them in a direct conflict of interest with the generally accepted aims of higher education.