American and British delegates to the Paris Peace Conference of May 30, 1919 afterwards decided to continue themselves separately as the Royal Institute of International Affairs (in Britain) and the Council on Foreign Relations (USA) sometime much later. They became very successful in defining the course of World domination; otherwise known as progress.

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The Chatham House Think Tank (The Royal Institute of International Affairs) indulges free debate about all the large matters of society: war and peace, social and class struggles, education and philanthropy. It has great goals; it is a liberal conservative conversion factory in the spirit of Cecil B. Rhodes and the Time Machine’s H. G. Wells. It is apparently a machine whose time has come.

Let’s see how that machine has changed now that we’ve (almost) moved from 1919 to 2019.

Remember the movie? In it, the time traveler winds up in a post nuclear war world, where a pampered and lazy people wait to be called into the realm of their god to be eaten by the Morlocks ( irradiated mutants living with machines below; and Rod Taylor falls in love with Weena and sets out to rebuild Civilization.

Yes, of course he does! It’s his alter ego speaking: the one that has to aggrandize itself.

As Cecil B. Rhodes put it: it is superior man’s duty to “be helpful to the half child, half demon, the White man’s burden."

How did Cecil get such a duty? Was it given by God? No, God already has a plan for salvation; thus, this duty must have been assigned by Lucifer.

Do you see how it works? What is proffered by man as altruistic comes from an emotional appreciation of the immediate opposite of altruism: selfishness. Morlocks below the earth are still the result; except, that the trappings of refined intellectualism dignifies it all.

For example: Africa, which was supposed to be benevolently helped by superior intellectuals, became, instead: a commodities resource with built in cheap labor.

Besides these organizers, there are also contributors at higher levels of child/demon.

Simon Collis, was such a child. As a pupil of the council school, Edward the Seventh, he struggled hard to please his benefactors. Cambridge and Christ Church college were the result of his efforts.

A career in the Foreign Office proved equally rewarding due to his hard work and his willingness to please. He spoke at Chatham House and his thoughts were well appreciated. He felt well made and safe.

When he was given a Syrian wife and made the conversion to Islam, he pleased the entire theater (that Middle East in which he labored) by showing a legitimizing respect for a religion few westerners would find very palatable.

He was not quite a Luciferian, but a dutiful minion of what he discerned to be the higher and more influential powers of this world.

There you have the whole theosophical debate between Lucifer and God: worldly success versus world transcendent faith.

The philosopher, Hegel, asked whether man should struggle with nature to make it more conducive to his existential comforts; or, whether to try and live in harmony with nature.

Israel was made comfortable in accordance to how adherent it was to the exact letter of a given Law.

Jesus interpreted that law spiritually and recommended staying out of the world. Eternal life and divine interactive supremacy over and within nature were demonstrated by transfiguration and resurrection.

On the other hand, globalists and Islamists must try to work with algorithms of pseudo moral programming. Simply making society flow unobtrusively, requires an organized herd to be husbanded; and, for the globalist, questions of transcendence towards immortality are imagined for them within a singularity of man and machine.

What has been decided, however, between globalism and Islam, is that both will work together to support each others domination design and recognize that they are both part of the same one 'Allah."

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