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Not Knowing History Means Not Knowing When It Repeats Itself!

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 17:20 PM
May 1, 2012

 This blog spends some time discussing the rise of Hitler in Germany and in all of Europe in order to enable readers to recognize the signs of the rise of the Third and Last Anti-Christ in Europe and the Middle East.
 Those signs include:  1)  The present economic recession/depression sweeping through Europe in the guise of austerity; 2) Fulfillment of the New World Order’s plan that Christian churches would be reduced to welfare agencies synthesized into government NGOs; and 3) The strong shift in Europe toward ‘religious,’ ‘right-wing’ politics, including modernized Fascism.

 Economic depression was the major factor in Nazism taking over the German government before World War II.  Today in “Outside View:  Saving Europe From Collapse,” Peter Morici of United Press International writes:   “Governments may soon fall in France and Holland and are quickly losing legitimacy elsewhere in Europe because austerity programs and a common currency risk throwing the continent into an endless recession.”  An endless recession spiraling downward encourages extreme rebellions in governments.

 We wrote previously about weak Christian churches in Europe.  In a collection of essays titled, “Welfare and Religion in 21st Century Europe,” edited by Anders Backstrom, et al., scholars point out that governments taking over the care of the poor, which historically had been the church’s responsibility completed the process of secularization in Europe.  Declining memberships, and the incursion ethnic tribal and New Age ‘cult’ religions furthered weakened European churches.

 That weakness was also accompanied a religious-like zealotry into ethnic-based nation-centered politics.   Riding into power amid resistance against the immigration of Muslims into Dutch society, Geert Wilders has come from political obscurity to also question and upend the idealism of the European Union.

 Anthony Faiola’s wrote “Geert Wilders of the Netherlands Reveals A Resurgent Far Right in Europe,” yesterday in The New York Times:  “The rise of Wilders in the Netherlands is a cautionary tale for a continent in the midst of a debt crisis and where painful recessions, soaring unemployment and rising apathy among youths are fueling the strongest swell of support in decades for anti-immigrant nationalists.

 “From France to Austria and Greece to Finland, the popularity of nationalists is growing as politicians such as Wilders tap into voter rage over both the crisis and the proposed cure being pushed by mighty Germany . . .”

 As Axis and Allies history world war indicates, Europe’s ‘center’ is falling apart.  Without strong faith in Christ Jesus, with hatred for those who are “different,” and without expected financial security, Europe is just as vulnerable to the next Hitler as it was after World War I.  More on this in coming blogs.

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The Next Hitler: American Companies Preparing for World War III?

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 11:53 AM
February 3, 2012

 To explain how giant American corporations played both sides of opposing forces so they could rake in billions in profits during World War II takes more space than one or two blogs can hold.  It is difficult to face truths that international corporate moguls worked hand-in-glove with war forces to kill 50 million people.

 So I’ll let a military man and a novelist expound.  A World War I hero, Marine Corps General Smedley Butler had his eyes opened to the corporate moguls who arranged and financed wars around the world for their own profits.  When he retired, Butler published his book, “War Is A Racket.” Butler then gave speeches across the United States detailing how the military used public monies to subsidize wars so that American industrialists could generate billions of dollars.

 Butler insists: “War is a racket. It always has been. It is possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious.  It is the only one international in scope. It is the only one in which the profits are reckoned in dollars and the losses in lives. A racket is best described, I believe, as something that is not what it seems to the majority of the people.  Only a small ‘inside’ group knows what it is about. It is conducted for the benefit of the very few, at the expense of the very many.  Out of war a few people make huge fortunes.”

 Comparing American businessmen to mobsters, Butler further insists:  “I spent 33 years and four months in active military service and during that period I spent most of my time as a high class muscle man for Big Business, for Wall Street and the bankers.  In short, I was a racketeer, a gangster for capitalism.”

 This is the stuff about which movies are made, and novels are written, but understand, it is not fictional lies! One of the novels by Rex Stout uncovering international financiers as the impetus for war is “Over My Dead Body.”  When revealing the shenanigans that corporations go through to deceive nations thus robbing them of wealth, Stout’s hero detective, Nero Wolfe, says that it is nothing more than “banditry practiced under the euphemism of international finance.”
 Explaining “money and morals are rarely on speaking terms,” Wolfe traps a high-powered businessman as he transfers massive wealth from nations. Intrigue, spy-craft and death lace through the novel––all for the sake of gaining profits.

 In an earlier blog, we illustrated the ways IBM’s biometric machines were directly involved in the Jewish holocaust.  Now let us add the names of a few of the major American companies that were just as deeply involved in World War II:  Bayer Aspirin, Ford, General Motors, Exxon (formerly Standard Oil), DuPont, Union Carbide, Westinghouse, General Electric, Goodrich, Singer, Eastman Kodak, Coca-Cola, ITT, etc., etc., etc.

 The New Testament prophet, Apostle Paul, writes that “the love of money is the root of all evil (1 Timothy 6: 10)” to which we say, “Amen Brother, Amen!

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