Generally speaking what we have in contemporary Britain is a cultural Marxist society dressed-up as liberal and tolerant in order to push through deviant laws and programmes which would otherwise be rejected. The British people are fighting by way of democracy to regain their independence as a sovereign nation but after three and a half years, in late November 2019, the battle is not yet over despite having won a referendum to leave the EU. And when radical leftist educational theories spring up as government policies all over the Western world at exactly the same time one must wonder whether this is just a coincidence or is something else going on behind the scenes? I suspect the latter if not only because history tells us it has always been so. By understanding conspiracies are often at the heart of what happens in this world – and this has been the case for thousands of years – one may begin to appreciate that conspiracy theories might be better understood as conspiracy facts.
Conspiracy theorist is a term employed to label anyone who claims events, usually political, are driven by people who conspire or plot in secret in order to best achieve nefarious plans. The term, however, is often applied without concern for whether the claims are true but to discredit the person making the claims i.e. ad hominem. It is easier then for those who really do conspire to change society, culture or the world and shape it according to their designs, because those who expose them are themselves discredited. Only the other day I read an article in a British newspaper which held the view that certain events in the political arena are due to incompetence or chance rather than the result of plots and plans or what are more often known as conspiracy theories. The thing is human nature does not change; it has not changed since it was first tarnished by Original Sin. The bible is an accurate historical record of events from Genesis written some six thousand years ago until the Apocalypse written by St. John the Apostle in about 90 AD.
I am fairly sure I once read in the Christendom series of books by Prof. Warren Carroll that major archaeological discoveries in the Middle East have been shown to be in accordance with the biblical historical record. And, more to the point, there is ample historical evidence shown in the bible of Man’s tendency for plots and plans. Of course, there are many reasons for this, which include pride and the desire for power and control, such is the weakness of our human condition.
And yet it is no different in 2019 especially in the political arena. In the ongoing General Election now taking place in the UK everyone expects political parties to be in secret talks but it is when talks become plans which involve changing aspects of society against the wishes of most of the people and for the benefit of particular groups that democracy is undermined. It is not necessary to conspire unless one perceives that society at large would not like a particular outcome. One way of getting unpopular ideas accepted is to re-brand them. For example, taking Marxist ideas and calling them liberal which is, more or less, what has happened in Britain since the 1960s when, under the guise of equality and liberalism, the British government implemented what can now be recognised as cultural marxist policies by introducing radical divorce reform, legalising abortion and decriminalising homosexuality.
Slogans and buzzwords are also useful. For example; a world without borders, progressive taxation, change, going forward, and pathways are words or slogans often used to promote Marxian and revolutionary ideas although overt radical views can be employed in other equally effective ways such as by drawing attention to a well-known sign or logo. One may notice rainbow coloured logos in various shapes or designs in a highly visible place during election studio interviews and newsrooms. For anyone who may have forgotten this image appears to be linked with a ubiquitous subliminal message promoting a particular radical agenda.
One may compare and contrast the events of the French Revolution in 1789 with other revolutionary movements in Europe from 1848 onwards. And it may be of interest to note the contemporary German flag of red, black and gold first appears in 1848 in a picture depicting a city of unrest in this region of Europe. One may ask why would such a flag, a symbol of early 19th century revolution, be chosen to represent the modern German nation? Do those who govern Germany today share similar revolutionary beliefs?
These revolutionary movements spread fire in the minds of men until finally unleashing in 1917 the Russian Revolution so desired by the Marxist, Vladimir Lenin, who conspired in secret before his evil designs found in Russia an ideological conclusion. By reading the books of the bible one can find enough evidence of conspiracies and fairly reasonably conclude that human behaviour is the same today as it was at the time of King Amon thousands of years ago. We can see people have throughout history taken part in conspiracies. Given the amount of historical evidence what is so surprising about that?
The following quotes are all biblical accounts of conspiracies.
Now they made a conspiracy against him in Jerusalem: and he fled to Lachis. And they sent after him to Lachis, and killed him there.
2 Kings 14:19
And the rest of the acts of Sellum, and his conspiracy which he made, are they not written in the book of the words of the days of the kings of Israel?
2 Kings 15:15
And his servants plotted against him, and slew the king in his own house. But the people of the land slew all them that had conspired against king Amon: and made Josias his son their king in his stead.
4 Kings 21:23,24
And the Lord said to me: A conspiracy is found among the men of Juda, and among the inhabitants of Jerusalem.
There is a conspiracy of prophets in the midst thereof: like a lion that roareth and catcheth the prey, they have devoured souls, they have taken riches and hire, they have made many widows in the midst thereof.
Say ye not: A conspiracy: for all that this people speaketh, is a conspiracy: neither fear ye their fear, nor be afraid.