Rixon Stewart — April 22, 2014
The Illuminati are not always in agreement. Different factions within the elite are often at odds. They have no unity purpose and certainly no common faith. What unites them in their drive to subjugate humanity are their own individual flaws as human beings.
They wouldn’t be human if they didn’t have some foibles, at least. None of us is perfect but it is the flawed characters of many of the world’s leaders that make them useful to the dark forces that preside over the New World Order.
Indeed, without these all-too human faults many wouldn’t have risen to power in the first place.
It was his character flaws that made Hitler useful to the Wall Street titans who indirectly financed his rise to power. The very same financiers who profited from World War II and reaped lucrative rewards in the Cold War that followed after the Red Army swept across eastern Europe.
These flawed character traits are also what made Tony Blair so useful. Driving him as he pushed for a series of wars that ultimately led to the deaths of millions: in the former Yugoslavia, in Afghanistan and Iraq. They are also clearly evident in the man’s grasping egoism and the fact that he owns not one or two or even three but six luxurious properties.
Almost literally, Tony Blair is the embodiment of smooth talking avarice that puts materialism above finer human qualities.
It is these all too human flaws that make the world’s political leaders so useful to the real powers in the shadows. It is also probably true to say that no one rises to any prominent political position without having some flaw or weakness because these are the essential means whereby they are manipulated.
With threat of exposure of their flaws or gratification of their vices, the world’s political leaders are beholden to their masters in the shadows.
So we only concur up to a point when Henry Makow asks: