By Henry Makow Ph.D.
Extraordinary and terrific because it sounds, humanity has been colonized through a satanic cult referred to as the Illuminati. This cult represents Masonic and Jewish bankers who finagled a monopoly over executive credits which permits them to cost curiosity on cash they bring about out of not anything. obviously they wish to guard this prize by means of translating it right into a political and cultural monopoly. This takes the shape of a totalitarian global govt devoted to Lucifer, who represents their defiance of God. hence, the folk who carry our handbag strings are conspiring opposed to us. To distract and keep watch over us, they've got used an enormous occult community (Freemasonry) to infiltrate so much companies, in particular executive, intelligence firms, schooling and the mass media. we're being re-engineered to serve the Illuminati. They undermine associations like marriage and faith, and advertise depravity, disorder, corruption and department. they've got orchestrated international wars and are making plans a 3rd. Henry Makow describes this conspiracy and indicates how human background is unfolding in line with Illuminati plan.
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