Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Controlled Opposition, Jesuits and Counter-gangs: Robespierre, Trotsky, Bannon and Miles Guo


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What is the theme that unites the careers and psychological profiles of Maximilian Robespierre, Trotsky, Steve Bannon and Miles Guo across the ages?

The fact is that all four men were used as controlled opposition to national power structures which were were targeted for self-induced destruction and civil war by a supranational oligarchy.

In this episode of The Great Game, Matt unpacks Bannon's connection to fascist supranational intelligence operations associated with the highest echelons of the black nobility including Lord Nicholas Windsor, and the late Count Otto von Hapsburg.

This story takes us into the real story behind the fascist Pan European Movement which Hapsburg managed for over 40 years and which was founded by leading fascists like Count Coudenhove-Kalergi, Mussolini, Alexander Helphand, Eric Warburg, Walter Lippmann and Hjalmar Schacht in 1922.

This organization designed to promote a system of "benign feudalism" served as counter-gang to the supranational League of Nations founded in 1919. We took an additional look at the deeper subversion of the french state and the murder of Ben Franklin's leading collaborators during the dark years of Jacobin terror which opened the floodgates for pseudo fascist Napoleon Bonaparte by 1795 and the replication of this strategy in the fomentation of the jacobin terror operations of the late 19th-early 19th century led by Trotsky and Lenin who Steve Bannon used as role models for his current strategy of uniting the right around a peculiar brand of Samuel Huntington's Clash of Civilizations ideology.

This entire story helps us understand the true nature of the Jesuits and earlier splintering of the church into warring factions after the League of Cambrai of 1508-1512

This context additionally helps us better understand the role of Miles Gao, Falun Gong and the Epoch Times.

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