Guy Carr: Globalists are Satanists

 henrymakow.com — Sept 9, 2018

Commander William James Guy Carr, 1895-1959, worked for Canadian Intelligence during World War Two

Commander William James Guy Carr, 1895-1959, worked for Canadian Intelligence during World War Two

William Guy Carr, 1895-1959, a WWI submarine warfare veteran, first sounded the alarm on the Satanist conspiracy in books like Pawns in their Game (1955)  and Red Fog Over America (1956.) 
 In this excerpt from his unfinished last work, Satan, Prince of this World, 1959, published posthumously in 1997 he describes his personal contact with Illuminist conspirators.
“Knowing that there was in existence a “Secret Power” which had used Nazism and intended to use Communism to serve its own secret plans, and further its own ambitions to usurp undisputed world domination, I was determined to find out more… I finally realized that the Illuminati, whose secret plot and intentions I had exposed, were controlled AT THE TOP by the Synagogue of Satan.” 

By Commander Guy Carr — (from Satan, Prince of this World, 1959, Chapter 8, Abridged)

I admit that as late as 1945, I was convinced that a One World Government was the ONLY solution to the world’s many problems particularly political, economic, social, and religious.
It wasn’t until I came in personal contact with men who advocated and helped organize the United Nations Organization that I began to suspect that something was wrong somewhere.
When I was appointed to the staff of Naval Service headquarters in 1944, as the author of seven books already published, I was welcomed into the internationalist set. Thus, I came in personal contact with men in the top level of government in Canada who were protégés of William Lyon Mackenzie King, then Prime Minister. His house was “real” close to the Soviet Embassy. His henchmen (Hatchet men would be a better word) were ruthless and unscrupulous. Mackenzie King himself was as inscrutable as the proverbial sphinx.
MacKenzie King, 1874-1950, a former Rockefeller employee ran Canada from 1921-1948 except for 1930-1935.

MacKenzie King, 1874-1950, a former Rockefeller employee ran Canada from 1921-1948 except for 1930-1935.

The Prime Minister was an extraordinary man. He was indefatigable. He required unlimited obedience and service from those he selected for his cabinet. He was a good deal colder than ice as far as his personality was concerned. If he had any human emotions he kept them in subzero storage. He rarely smiled. He had a typical “poker” face; his eyes were deep and penetrating, but if the eyes are the “windows of the soul” then Mackenzie King had lost his soul long before he ever became Prime Minister.
In the course of his public duties he had to meet people and shake hands. Those who did shake hands with the Prime Minister say the experience reminded them of picking up a dead fish. It was said on Parliament Hill that he didn’t have a close friend in all the world. If there was an exception it was his barber. And yet he had a secret power which enabled him to mesmerize the voters into voting him, and his liberal party, into power time after time for nearly a quarter of a century… As one man who knew him when at University, and served him afterwards until he died, said in a puzzled tone of voice; “If Mackenzie King did have a friend close enough to confide in, it must have been the Devil.” Another said: “He was so steeped in international intrigue he didn’t dare marry for fear he might talk in his sleep.”

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