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“The West won the world not by the superiority of its ideas or values or religion, but rather by its superiority in applying organized violence. Westerners often forget this fact, non-Westerners never do.” - Samuel P. Huntington

Carl Schmitt

A teacher has his teachers. Strauss was a student of the philosopher Martin Heidegger and of the legal scholar Carl Schmitt, both National Socialist (i.e. Nazi) Party members. Heidegger taught that, as Richard Rorty approvingly puts it, “the quest for truth and knowledge is no more, and no less, than the quest for intersubjective agreement.” It was Schmitt who invented the legal sophistries the Nazis used to entrench themselves following the Reichstag fire.

The Dual State Parapolitics, Carl Schmitt and the National Security Complex Rozdział 1: The Concept of the Parapolitical TOC PDF

Leo Strauss

Leo Strauss (1899-1973) was born and grew up in Germany, spending half his life there. As a Jew he fled the Third Reich very late in its development, leaving only in 1938. He came to the United States and eventually taught at the University of Chicago. He is most famous for his study of Niccolo Machiavelli, author of The Prince, calling him evil and admirable by turns. Paul Wolfowitz, former Deputy Defense Secretary and a major architect of President Bush’s foreign policy, was a Ph.D. student of his at the University of Chicago, as was Abram Shulsky, eventual director of the Pentagon’s Office of Special Plans. Strauss is popular among many other Neocons: editor William Kristol; commentator John Podhoretz; Michael Ledeen of Iran-Contra infamy; Stephen Cambone, Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence (recently resigned); Richard Perle, director of the Project for the New American Century; and many others holding important positions in the White House and Defense Department....

...Here are the main points of Strauss’s philosophy. Except for one quote of Strauss, as noted, all quotes are of Ms. Drury describing Strauss’s ideas.

There are the rulers and the ruled; “those who are fit to rule are those who realize there is no morality and that there is only one natural right – the right of the superior to rule over the inferior.”

This elite must perpetually deceive those they rule.

Religion “is the glue that holds society together.” Any religion will do. “Secular society … is the worst possible thing,” because it leads to individualism. “You want a crowd that you can manipulate like putty.”

“... a political order can be stable only if it is united by an external threat; and following Machiavelli, ... if no external threat exists, then one has to be manufactured.”

“Because mankind is intrinsically wicked, he has to be governed ... Such governance can only be established, however, when men are united – and they can only be united against other people.” (Leo Strauss)

To sum up: Strauss advocated a benevolent aristocracy that keeps its citizens in line using religion, deceit, and perpetual war. Ayn Rand and the Noble Lie

The kingdom is Yours, and You will reign in glory for all eternity. As it is written in Your Torah: "The Lord shall reign for ever and ever." And it is said: " And the Lord shall be King over all the earth: on that day the Lord shall be One, and His name One." No nobler dream was ever dreamt. It is surely nobler to be a victim of the most noble dream than to profit from a sordid reality and to wallow in it.(Leo Strauss)

Gradually, by selective breeding, the congenital differences between rulers and ruled will increase until they become almost different species. A revolt of the plebs would become as unthinkable as an organized insurrection of sheep against the practice of eating mutton. - Bertrand Russell, The Impact of Science on Society (1953) pgs. 49-50

Transhumanism: How the Elite Plan to Live Forever

UE wydaje ponad miliard euro na dogłębne badania ludzkiego mózgu

Obama BRAIN Project: Gov Study on How to Better Control Our Minds

New DSM-5 Reclassifies Normal Emotions into Psychiatric Disorders

Leo Strauss and the Noble Lie:The Neo-Cons at War



The Commissars Want To Destroy LRC

"Originating in Trotskyism, through their cells in New York City in the 1930s, this bunch now controls much of the American right, on which they have fastened their ideology of constant war, the police state, the welfare state, militarism, and Soviet-like thought control. If you read their own books, they are open about their devotion to the "noble lie," an idea they got from Plato. It is a virtue, they claim, to lie to the people, so that the right characters stay in power, under the guidance of the right advisors."

PNAC Informacje o 9/11

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Likud, Irgun, Stern

Einstein: dyskusja o nowej partii w Palestynie, wizycie Menachema Begina i celach ruchu politycznego

Talmud Zakazać Talmudu jako mowy nienawiści

„Tylko Żydzi są ludźmi, nie-Żydzi nie są ludźmi, tylko bydłem” (Goyim –ludzkie bydło) – (Kerithuth 6b s. 78, Jebhammoth 61a)

„Nie-Żydów stworzono by służyli Żydom jako niewolnicy” – (Midrasch Talpioth 225)

„Nie-Żydów należy się wystrzegać, nawet bardziej niż chore świnie” – (Orach Chaiim 57, 6a)

„Spółkowanie z nie-Żydami jest jak spółkowanie ze zwierzętami” – (Kethuboth 3b)

„Wskaźnik urodzeń nie-Żydów musi zostać znacznie obniżony” – (Zohar II, 4b)

„Wszędzie gdzie oni (Żydzi) sie pojawią, będą książętami panów” – (Sanhedrin 104a)

„Ja (Jahwe) czynię was (żydostwo) przodkiem narodów, czynię was wybranymi spośród narodów, czynię was królem narodów, czynię was kochanymi pośród narodów, czynię was najlepszymi pośród narodów, czynię was zaufanymi pośród narodów” – (Schabbat 105a)

„Żydzi zawsze próbowali oszukać nie-Żydów” – (Zohar I, 168a)

„Każdemu Żydowi wolno wykorzystywać kłamstwa i krzywoprzysięstwo, by doprowadzić do ruiny nie-Żyda” – (Babha Kama 113a)

„Dobytek Goyim jest jak pustynia bez właściciela, i każdy (Żyd) który go przejmie, posiadł go” -(Talmud IV/3/54b)

„Kiedy przyjdzie Mesjasz, wszyscy będą niewolnikami Żydów” – (Erubin 43b)


Those who are able to see beyond the shadows and lies of their culture will never be understood let alone believed by the masses.

"Szlachetne kłamstwo"

"In politics a noble lie is a myth or untruth, often, but not invariably, of a religious nature, knowingly told by an elite to maintain social harmony or to advance an agenda. The noble lie is a concept originated by Plato as described in the Republic."

"Plato presented the Noble Lie (gennaion pseudos, γενναῖον ψεῦδος) in a fictional tale, wherein Socrates provides the origin of the three social classes who compose the republic proposed by Plato; Socrates speaks of a socially stratified society, wherein the populace are told "a sort of Phoenician tale":"

"Alegoria Jaskinii"

"...also known as the Analogy of the Cave, Plato's Cave, or the Parable of the Cave—is an allegory presented by the Greek philosopher Plato in his work The Republic to illustrate "our nature in its education and want of education" (514a). It is written as a dialogue between Plato's brother Glaucon and Plato's mentor Socrates, narrated by the latter at the beginning of Book VII (514a–520a). The Allegory of the Cave is presented after the metaphor of the sun (508b–509c) and the analogy of the divided line (509d–513e). All three are characterized in relation to dialectic at the end of Book VII and VIII (531d–534e).

Plato has Socrates describe a group of people who have lived chained to the wall of a cave all of their lives, facing a blank wall. The people watch shadows projected on the wall by things passing in front of a fire behind them, and begin to ascribe forms to these shadows. According to Plato's Socrates, the shadows are as close as the prisoners get to viewing reality. He then explains how the philosopher is like a prisoner who is freed from the cave and comes to understand that the shadows on the wall do not make up reality at all, as he can perceive the true form of reality rather than the mere shadows seen by the prisoners."


"Tyranny. The excessive freedoms granted to the citizens of a democracy ultimately leads to a tyranny, the furthest regressed type of government. These freedoms divide the people into three socioeconomic classes: the dominating class, the elites and the commoners. Tensions between the dominating class and the elites cause the commoners to seek out protection of their democratic liberties. They invest all their power in their democratic demagogue, who, in turn, becomes corrupted by the power and becomes a tyrant with a small entourage of his supporters for protection and absolute control of his people."

Gorgias, by Plato ("Najgorsze co może spotkać zbrodniarza to bezkarność")

...There remains the other question: Is a guilty man better off when he is punished or when he is unpunished? Socrates replies, that what is done justly is suffered justly: if the act is just, the effect is just; if to punish is just, to be punished is just, and therefore fair, and therefore beneficent; and the benefit is that the soul is improved. There are three evils from which a man may suffer, and which affect him in estate, body, and soul;—these are, poverty, disease, injustice; and the foulest of these is injustice, the evil of the soul, because that brings the greatest hurt. And there are three arts which heal these evils—trading, medicine, justice—and the fairest of these is justice. Happy is he who has never committed injustice, and happy in the second degree he who has been healed by punishment. And therefore the criminal should himself go to the judge as he would to the physician, and purge away his crime. Rhetoric will enable him to display his guilt in proper colours, and to sustain himself and others in enduring the necessary penalty. And similarly if a man has an enemy, he will desire not to punish him, but that he shall go unpunished and become worse and worse, taking care only that he does no injury to himself...

Plato's Ethics and Politics in The Republic

"Plato's Republic centers on a simple question: is it always better to be just than unjust? The puzzles in Book One prepare for this question, and Glaucon and Adeimantus make it explicit at the beginning of Book Two. To answer the question, Socrates takes a long way around, sketching an account of a good city on the grounds that a good city would be just and that defining justice as a virtue of a city would help to define justice as a virtue of a human being. Socrates is finally close to answering the question after he characterizes justice as a personal virtue at the end of Book Four, but he is interrupted and challenged to defend some of the more controversial features of the good city he has sketched. In Books Five through Seven, he addresses this challenge, arguing (in effect) that the just city and the just human being as he has sketched them are in fact good and are in principle possible. After this long digression, Socrates in Books Eight and Nine finally delivers three “proofs” that it is always better to be just than unjust. Then, because Socrates wants not only to show that it is always better to be just but also to convince Glaucon and Adeimantus of this point, and because Socrates' proofs are opposed by the teachings of poets, he bolsters his case in Book Ten by indicting the poets' claims to represent the truth and by offering a new myth that is consonant with his proofs."

" In ethics, the Republic's main practical lesson is that one should, if one can, pursue wisdom and that if one cannot, one should follow the wisest guides one can find. This lesson is familiar from Plato's Socratic dialogues: the philosophical life is best, and if one lacks knowledge, one should prefer to learn from an expert. But the Republic characterizes philosophy differently. First, it goes much further than the Socratic dialogues in respecting the power of passions and desires. Wisdom still requires being able to survive Socratic examination (534b-c), but it also explicitly requires careful and extensive habituation of attitudes of spirited and appetitive motivations (485a–486b, 519a8–b1), sublimation of psychological energy from spirited and appetitive desires to philosophical desire (cf. 485d), and continued attention to and maintenance of the desires that arise from the non-calculating parts of one's soul (571d-572b, 589a-b, cf. 416e-417b). Second, as opposed to the Socrates of the Socratic dialogues, who avows ignorance and rests with his belief that the world is well-ordered, the Socrates of the Republic insists that wisdom requires understanding how the world is, which involves apprehending the basic mathematical and teleological structure of things. Third, although the Socrates of the Socratic dialogues practices philosophy instead of living an ordinarily engaged political life, he insists that his life is closer to what the political art demands than the ordinarily engaged life is. According to the Republic, by contrast, the philosopher prefers to be entirely apart from politics, especially in ordinary circumstances (496c-e, 592a, cf. 520a-b).

One facet of this advice that deserves emphasizing is the importance it places on the influence of others. Plato plainly believes that one's living well depends upon one's fellows and the larger culture. This is most obvious in the case of those who cannot pursue wisdom for themselves. They will live as well as those who lead them allow. But even those who can pursue wisdom must first be raised well and must later meet with tolerance, which philosophers do not often receive. "

That hot new neoconservative philosopher named Plato

"Twenty-four hundred years ago, Plato wrote a book called “The Republic,” in which the famed teacher Socrates and his pupils discuss the ingredients of an ideal government. They decide that there is a higher realm than mere physical reality, that it is the duty of a small cadre of enlightened, elite citizens called “guardians” to become philosopher kings, and that only these rulers can grasp what is truly real and Good. Over the years, “The Republic” has been invoked to justify everything from authoritarian elitism to liberalism, but during the 20th century, neoconservative godfather Leo Strauss reinterpreted it to his own political philosophy, with its controversial assertion that it’s OK for the enlightened elite to tell “noble lies” in the service of the Good. Former Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz actually took courses on Plato from Strauss at the University of Chicago; other neoconservative hawks with Straussian genes include Richard Perle, Zalmay Khalilzad, the former U.S. ambassador to Afghanistan and Iraq and current ambassador to the U.N.; and Bill Kristol, neocon pundit and co-founder of the Weekly Standard. "

"Another reading of him, which is I think even worse, is due to the American political theorist Leo Strauss, who saw him as in some sense endorsing the idea that it’s a dog-eat-dog world. This was kind of a covert message, Strauss thought, of [Plato's] text. Strauss thought that this covert message or esoteric message was supposed to be perceived only by a number of people of special illumination, amongst which he included himself, of course. And that was the ideology that eventually became American neoconservatism, the view that the servants of the state are entitled to do anything — to lie, to manipulate, to foment war, to destabilize neighboring states, to disguise their actions under a hypocritical cloak of goodness. So it’s an extreme example of realpolitik, which I think is just a 180 degree misreading of what Plato is about. But it just shows that you can put down the clearest words on the page and it will be read saying the opposite.

I think that [Strauss's reading] is very perverse. You have to ignore what seems to me the very obvious thrust of ["The Republic"]. The book is largely given over to Socrates, and Socrates was largely arguing against the kind of things that Strauss represents. So you have to really pick up little bits and corners and say, “Ah, that’s where Plato’s speaking in his own voice or that’s the message he wants us to take away.” I always find that kind of reading very perverse. You know, it’s not much better than finding the name of the beast in the order of the letters in the Talmud or something. "

The triple play of neoconservatives

To carry out their fantasies of world domination, the neocons have made a triple speech shows Laurent Guyénot in this study: a cynical political philosophy developed by their mentor Leo Strauss for internal use and a cold analysis of Israeli strategic interests when advising the leaders of Tel Aviv, and a desperate warning against imaginary dangers to U.S. public opinion.

The Manhattan Institute, Neoconservatives’s Lab

Antony Fisher founded 90 institutes around the world with the purpose of disseminating libertarian ideas. One of them is the Manhattan Institute of New York, whose objective is to taboos. The “neoconservative Revolution” promoted by the institution intended to eliminate the counterculture of the 60’s and feminism, but above all, to destroy social services and get African-Americans and poor people out of the big cities. The speeches on modern intolerance of African-Americans inadaptability, the “zero tolerance” on improper social behavior and “compassion-based-faith” were written by members of the Manhattan Institute. Republican politicians of the Eastern coast like Rudolf Giuliani were also the Institute’s creation.

The Neo Conservatives and the Policies of Constructive Chaos

Some in Washington and Tel Aviv, are rejoicing about the military operations taking place in the Middle East. Following the expression of Condoleezza Rice, the pains of Lebanon would be “the birth pangs of a new Middle East”. For the theoreticians of a « constructive chaos », blood must be shed in order to bring about a new order in that region rich in hydrocarbons. Planned since a long time, the Tsahal offensive against Lebanon is supervised out of the United States Defense Department.

Nowa strategia neokonserwatystów dla Europy

The European scene has been modified by the rejection of the European Constitutional Treaty in France and the Netherlands and the result of the recent legislative elections in Germany. Thierry Meyssan reveals the analyses of US neoconservatives and their new strategy for Europe.

The plan for a New World Order stumbles on geopolitical realities

For four centuries, political leaders have tried to create an international order that governs relationships between nations and prevents wars. While the principle of state sovereignty has yielded results, intergovernmental organizations have mainly reflected the prevailing balance of power. As for the ambitious U.S. New World Order, it is being shattered by new geopolitical realities.

The "Clash of Civilizations"

The Islamic complot and clash of civilizations theory has been progressively devised since 1990 in order to provide the military industrial complex with a spare ideology after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Bernard Lewis, a British Middle East specialist, Samuel Huntington, an American strategist, and Laurent Murawiec, a French consultant, were the main creators of this theory which justifies, not always in a logical way, the US crusade for oil.

Brzezinski confirms that the United States can organise attacks in their own territory

With the exception of Washington Note and Financial Times, the mainstream media decided not to report Zbigniew Brzezinski’s comments that shatter the United Stator ruling class. Auditioned on February 1st, 2007 by the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, the former National Security Adviser read a statement the terms of which had been carefully chosen.

IAGS Prepares the US Economy for War

The main conservative leaders have grouped within the IAGS to draft a program to reduce oil consumption in the United States. The plan was not aimed at reducing the needs, but diversifying the fuel during a short period of time. Its implementation to ensure the supply would enable the neoconservatives to carry out new military adventures against oil producing States without running the risk of disturbing seriously the US economy. It was obvious that an international depredation policy on world energy resources would be carried out again.

Alan Bloom

Francis Fukuyama

Ayn Rand Two biographies of Ayn Rand

Ayn Rand is one of America's great mysteries. She was an amphetamine-addicted author of sub-Dan Brown potboilers, who in her spare time wrote lavish torrents of praise for serial killers and the Bernie Madoff-style embezzlers of her day. She opposed democracy on the grounds that "the masses"—her readers—were "lice" and "parasites" who scarcely deserved to live. Yet she remains one of the most popular writers in the United States, still selling 800,000 books a year from beyond the grave. She regularly tops any list of books that Americans say have most influenced them. Since the great crash of 2008, her writing has had another Benzedrine rush, as Rush Limbaugh hails her as a prophetess. With her assertions that government is "evil" and selfishness is "the only virtue," she is the patron saint of the tea-partiers and the death panel doomsters. So how did this little Russian bomb of pure immorality in a black wig become an American icon?...

...Alisa Rosenbaum (her original name) was born in the icy winter of czarism, not long after the failed 1905 revolution ripped through her home city of St. Petersburg. Her father was a self-made Jewish pharmacist, while her mother was an aristocratic dilettante who loathed her three daughters. She would tell them she never wanted children, and she kept them only out of duty. Alisa became a surly, friendless child. In elementary school, her class was asked to write an essay about why being a child was a joyous thing. She instead wrote "a scathing denunciation of childhood," headed with a quote from Pascal: "I would prefer an intelligent hell to a stupid paradise."...

...She said the United States should be a "democracy of superiors only," with superiority defined by being rich. Well, we got it. As the health care crisis has shown, today, the rich have the real power: The vote that matters is expressed with a checkbook and a lobbyist. We get to vote only for the candidates they have pre-funded and receive the legislation they have preapproved. It's useful—if daunting—to know that there is a substantial slice of the American public who believe this is not a problem to be put right, but morally admirable...

Neoliberalism: Alexander Hamilton's Evil Twin Wearing a Thomas Jefferson Mask

All communities divide themselves into the few and the many. The first are the rich and well-born, the other the mass of the people. The voice of the people has been said to be the voice of God; and, however generally this maxim has been quoted and believed, it is not true in fact. The people are turbulent and changing; they seldom judge or determine right. Give, therefore, to the first class a distinct, permanent share in the government. They will check the unsteadiness of the second, and, as they cannot receive any advantage by a change, they therefore will ever maintain good government.

Take mankind in general, they are vicious, their passions may be operated upon. We have been taught to reprobate the danger of influence in the British government, without duly reflecting how far it was necessary to support a good government. We have taken up many ideas upon trust, and at last, pleased with our own opinions, establish them as undoubted truths. Hume's opinion of the British constitution confirms the remark, that there is always a body of firm patriots, who often shake a corrupt administration. Take mankind as they are, and what are they governed by? Their passions. There may be in every government a few choice spirits, who may act from more worthy motives. One great error is that we suppose mankind more honest than they are. Our prevailing passions are ambition and interest; and it will ever be the duty of a wise government to avail itself of the passions, in order to make them subservient to the public good; for these ever induce us to action.

Ponerologia Polityczna Fragment rozdziału V – PATOKRACJA

“Jeżeli człowiek psychicznie normalny i odpowiednio uzdolniony zostaje powołany na wysoki urząd, wówczas przeżywa on wątpliwości, czy potrafi sprostać jego wymaganiom i poszukuje pomocy innych ludzi, których umysły ceni. Równocześnie pozostaje w nim tęsknota za dawnym życiem mniej obciążającym i bardziej swobodnym, do którego chciałby powrócić po wypełnieniu swojego obowiązku. W rzeczywistości, potrafi to uczynić, gdy zajdzie taka konieczność.

W każdym jednak społeczeństwie świata istnieją ludzie, u których marzenie o władzy pojawia się wcześnie. Są to jednostki w jakiś sposób dyskryminowane w społeczeństwie na skutek moralizującej interpretacji ich braków wrodzonych lub nabytych. Chcieliby więc zmienić ten świat im nieprzyjazny – na inny. Marzenie o władzy stanowi także nadkompensację ich poczucia mniejszej wartości i poniżenia – drugi narożnik rozciągliwego rombu Adlera. Najbardziej aktywną część tejże populacji stanowią jednostki z dziedzicznymi dewiacjami, którzy wyobrażają sobie ten nowy wspaniały świat na znany nam już sposób. Jeżeli ci osiągają władzę, stają się niezdolni do powrotu do normalnego życia ludzkiego.”

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Wszystkie wojny są wojnami bankierów

Globalna oligarchia faszystowskich monopolistów

Ponerology - The Science of Evil / Ponerología - La Ciencia del Mal

Zbrodnie USA i NATO: wojny, inwazje, interwencje, okupacje, terroryzm, przewroty, sabotaż, sankcje, propaganda

Wojna to szwindel!

Fragment szokującego przemówienia wygłoszonego w 1933 roku (!) przez Smedleya Butlera

Współpraca elit i wielkiego biznesu USA z nazistami

Since the Second World War, the US has:

"Kryzys kubański" rozpoczął się od rakiet USA w Turcji

Operacje "fałszywej flagi" Gliwice komandosi

"Operacja Gladio" Tajna Historia Terroryzmu "Fałszywej Flagi" w Europie sponsorowanego przez USA


„GLADIO B” w zasobach CIA

"Szwadrony śmierci" z USA pomagają wdrażać politykę "dziel i rządź"

"Szachmat - strategia rewolucji".

"Kolorowa Rewolucja" zawodzi w Iranie The grassroots takeover technique

USA wspiera i szkoli terrorystów działających w

Why was a Navy adviser stripped of her career?

Truth, lies and Afghanistan. How military leaders have let us down. by Lt. Col. Daniel L. Davis

Eliminacja niewygodnych osób w USA i na świecie

Pentagon dotuje filmy prowojenne, blokuje

Prawda o Wojnie w Zatoce 1991 Kuwejt kradł ropę

Autostrada Śmierci Basra Irak 1991

Wypatroszenie Jugosławii.

The Nato-aggression against Yugoslavia from 1999

The Real Srebrenica Genocide


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