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The Secret Society That Ruined the World: Rhodes, Rothschild, Milner

IMAGE: Globalist scribe for the American branch of international order, Carol Quigley.

Jay Dyer
21st Century Wire

In this partial video, I continue my analysis of Quigley’s later work, The Anglo American Establishment, following upon my lectures last year on the total 1300 pages of Tragedy and Hope. Here, we look deeper into the key players who make up the real Illuminati that successfully engineered the faux democracy of the modern world, run by a shadow banking-corporate empire.

This is an addendum to the 8 lectures last year on the monumental Atlanticist apologetic Tragedy and Hope – based on Quigley’s other telling book, The Anglo-American Establishment. The first section is free, while subscribers gain access to full talks and lectures.

“The goals which Rhodes and Milner sought and the methods by which they hoped to achieve them were so similar by 1902 that the two are almost indistinguishable Both sought to unite the world, and above all the English-speaking world in a federal structure around Britain. Both felt that this goal could best be achieved by a secret band of men united to one another by devotion to the common cause and by personal loyalty to one another. Both felt that this band should pursue its goal by secret political and economic influence behind the scenes and by the control of journalistic, educational, and propaganda agencies.” – Quigley (Namely, the Liberal Imperium.)

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Jay Dyer is the author of the best selling title, Esoteric Hollywood: Sex, Cults and Symbols in Film from Trine Day. Focusing on film, philosophy, geopolitics and all things esoteric, JaysAnalysis and his podcast, “Esoteric Hollywood,” investigates the deeper meanings between the headlines, exploring the hidden aspects of our sinister synthetic mass media matrix.

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Jay Dyer
Author of Esoteric Hollywood and Owner at JaysAnalysis.com, focusing on film, philosophy, history, geopolitics, and esoterica.