Introduction — May 28, 2013
Make no mistake: deliberate attempts are being made to incite conflict between native Britons and the country’s Muslim community.
The recent beheading in Woolwich — whether carried out by actors and stage managed for the benefit of the media or not — was part of this. So is the vandalising of War Memorials with “Islam” in bold letters reported below.
It cannot be emphasised enough however, that this needs to be seen in the light of ‘predictions’ made by Albert Pike over a century ago.
A leading U.S. freemason and former confederate general, Pike was also a practising Satanist who associated with high level political movers and shakers in his day. However, his abiding claim to fame is a prediction he made about three world wars.
The first war would result in a revolution in Russia and the overthrow of the Imperial Romanov family, Pike claimed. At the end of the upheaval, he explained in a letter to Italian nationalist leader Mazzini: “Communism will be built and used in order to destroy the other governments and in order to weaken the religions.”
The letter itself was displayed in the British Museum in London, where it was copied by William Guy Carr, a former Intelligence Officer in the Royal Canadian Navy.
It has subsequently disappeared and the Museum denies having any record of the letter.
However, according to William Guy Carr’s transcription: Pike went on to explain how the Second World War would be started by inciting friction between fascists and political Zionists. During the war international Communism would rise in power to rival the capitalist West.
While the end of the war would see political Zionism become “strong enough to institute a sovereign state of Israel in Palestine”. All of which is now a matter of historical record.
Finally, Pike went on, the third and final war would be fomented by “agentur” of the “Illuminati” inciting friction between the West, political Zionists and leaders of the Islamic world.
To quote from Pike’s letter:
“We shall unleash the Nihilists and the atheists, and we shall provoke a formidable social cataclysm which in all its horror will show clearly to the nations the effect of absolute atheism, origin of savagery and of the most bloody turmoil…”
“Meanwhile the other nations, once more divided on this issue” (through large scale immigration? Ed.) “will be constrained to fight to the point of complete physical, moral, spiritual and economical exhaustion…”
Is this what we are seeing unfold right now on the streets of London?
It would seem so in the light of Pike’s letter but don’t expect the corporate media to tell you. They are as much a part of the problem as the vandals who defaced the War Memorials and the provocateurs who attacked mosques.
War memorials vandalised
Hayley Dixon — Telegraph.co.uk May 27, 2013
The Metropolitan Police have not yet made any arrests, so the motivation behind the damage remains unclear.
The words written on the memorials have been covered up with plastic sheets after being discovered in the early hours of the morning, but it is believed that “Islam” has been written on each of them.
The Bomber Command Memorial, which was unveiled by the Queen last summer, remembers the sacrifice and bravery of the 55,573 RAF crew who lost their lives in the Second World War.
The £2million Animals in War Memorial, which was funded by donations, is a tribute to all the animals that served, suffered and died alongside allied forces in the 20th Century.
he monument was unveiled by the Princess Royal in November 2004 – the 90th anniversary of the start of World War I.
A spokesman for the Scotland Yard said: “At 5am this morning police discovered graffiti on both the RAF Bomber Command War Memorial in Green Park and the Animals in War Memorial on Park Lane.
“Royal Parks’ officers and Westminster police are investigating. There have been no arrests at present.”
The incidents are being treated as criminal damage, police added.
The news emerged as around 1,000 English Defence League (EDL) demonstrators marched through Admiralty Arch and onto Parliament Square.
The protesters then made their way along Whitehall before taking a position on the pavement across the road from Downing Street.
A much smaller group of anti-fascist demonstrators gathered opposite them holding an “EDL Racists” banner.
Both sides traded insults but were kept apart by officers and barriers. The EDL supporters chanted: “We hate Cameron.”
They were escorted by Metropolitan Police officers and vans, while a force helicopter followed overhead.
A Scotland Yard spokesman said Whitehall was closed to traffic because of “a number of demonstrations”.
There have been increasing tensions since the killing of Drummer Lee Rigby by two Islamist extremists last week, and a number of mosques have been attacked.
Last night the Grimsby Islamic Cultural Centre was attacked with petrol bombs despite extra police patrols in the area after a similar attack three days ago.
Mosque chairman Diler Gharib was inside the mosque with a young family when it was attacked. Two people were arrested nearby.