Race is an issue that has been exploited by the Illuminati to further the principle of divide and rule. Naturally there are differences between the races just as there are differences between individuals. No two individuals are alike. Each one of us is a unique expression of our common humanity. Likewise, each race is, collectively speaking, an expression of our one common humanity. This does not make any one race 'better,' 'higher' or superior' to any other, just different with different ways of expressing this one common heritage. However, the Illuminati or the so-called ruling elite has cleverly used this to their own ends. Since the end of World War II Europe has been waves of immigrants from various ethnic backgrounds. This has been no accident; the Illuminati use ethnic diversity so as to play off one ethnic grouping against another, thereby feeding off, as it were, the energies produced. This does not, in itself, make ethnic diversity wrong but it allows the Illuminati the perfect opportunity to generate and manipulate racial hostility and resentment: black pride and anger, white hostility and resentment or white liberal guilt etc. We are inevitably heading towards a world of greater ethnic diversity and integration. The problem comes not in the diversity itself but in the ignorance of the way this can be used by the ruling elite to further extend their power.
For example, in the early eighties racial tensions came to a head and exploded in Britain's inner cities and housing estates. As Tim Riffat pointed out in The Truth Campaign, Winter 1998: "Researcher are of the opinion that the inner city riots of the early eighties forced the Thatcher regime to deploy ELF (Extremely Low Frequency microwave) mind control devices developed in the 1970s to turn the working-class housing estates into total policing zones. In these zones, ELF transmitters turned the inhabitants into docile zombies. So successful was this technology that it was expanded to cover all major towns."
A classic Illuminati problem, reaction, solution technique. First create a problem via the influx of varied ethnic groups into what had formerly been a fairly homogenous society. Then exploit the friction generated as the various ethnic communities adjust to each other. In other words, feed off of and manipulate the anger, guilt, fear and resentment that are produced. Then, hey presto, step forward with a solution: microwave the areas of most racial tension initially but ultimately spread the net wider and use ELF microwaves on the entire country.
The end result is the further extension of control by the ruling elite. That is, after all, the ultimate goal. Not the promotion of any one ethnic group over any other. Nor is it the reconciliation of any ethnic animosity, most definitely. No, the real objective is the furtherance of the Illuminati agenda toward total power - by whatever means necessary. Sometimes this can be achieved via the covert support of various extremist groups like the Klu Klux Klan or Louis Farrakhan's Nation of Islam. Sometimes though the best results comes from causes or organisations that appear to promote racial reconciliation, on the surface at least. One such is the commission for Racial Equality.
As David Icke puts it in 'The Biggest Secret' "When Brotherhood (Illuminati) organisations use a word in their name, they invariably mean the opposite. The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace manipulates war and Democratic Fronts all over the place introduce dictatorships." Likewise the Commission for Racial Equality ostensibly promotes racial tolerance and equality. In reality though it does exactly the opposite. A report by a recently retired commissioner described the Commission's approach to race relations as "dangerous and destructive".
The Report was written by Blondel Cluff, a black city solicitor, who was appointed to the Commission in 1996 and left in June 1998. It was sent to Mike O'Brien, the Home Officer Minister in late 1998. Predictably thought nothing was done: it sat on the Minister's desk for months, probably in the hope that it would be quietly ignored and forgotten. However a copy was leaked to the Daily Telegraph from which the following was gleaned. Amongst other things, the report alleges:
1. Poor management of the Commission's £15 million annual budget; much of this is spent on ensuring the Commission's continued existence rather than resolving racial issues. Its accuses the Commission of being "an inadequate organisation which spends vast sums of public money achieving very little other than self-promotion and self perpetuation."
2. Greater encouragement given to litigation rather than conciliation. It questions "its drive to encourage litigation rather than resolving the issues that give rise to it. This approach is destructive and is a prime example of one of the many attitudes within the CRE that I (Blondel Cluff) believe to be dangerous."
It goes on. "It fails to take into account the reasonably harmonious relationship that exists between different ethnic backgrounds within this country - a situation that is relatively unique in the world - and instead seeks to introduce a litigious and aggressive attitude toward race relations rather than a conciliatory one."
In other words, the promotion of aggressive and hostile relations ethos. In short, adding fuel to the fire.
3. Friction between the Afro-Caribbean and Asian commissioners: "The Commission itself is suffering from a discriminatory atmosphere, largely due to the racial composition of the panel of commissioners and senior executives."
This came to a head in 1997 when a South African born Asian barrister claimed that she had not been promoted on racial grounds. At a tribunal, Raj Naidoo claimed that the Commission had repeatedly victimised her.
4 An unwillingness to embrace "self-help" solutions to problems faced by ethnic minority groups. Effectively discouraging people from trying to solve their own problems. In effect, disempowering them.
5. The unrepresentative background of many commissioners, many of who come from affluent backgrounds with a "distinct ignorance" of the problems faced by the young. Many, it says, are reappointed almost routinely.
6. The report also suggests that the Commission fails to acknowledge that some people in ethnic minorities may well be responsible for the problems they experience. The first step towards empowerment is the acknowledgement of responsibility. Take that away and you again encourage disempowerment, i.e., the victim mentality.
Other commissioners who served with Blonde Cluff echoed her misgivings. One ex-commissioner, who did not want to be named, told the Telegraph: "I support everything Blondel Cluff said in the paper. She is a very bright woman and she really got her teeth into the CRE. But no one finds out about this because it is a closed shop and the chairman does not like criticism at all. It needs a total overhaul." As if to underline Blondel Cluff 's report, the Commission also ran into trouble with the Advertising Standards Authority. The CRE now has the distinction of being the first organisation that must have its advertisements examined for taste, decency and social responsibility by the ASA. This came after a poster campaign which featured deliberately shocking racial stereotypes: one, for a bogus running shoe/ featured a black basketball player leaping beside an organ-utan in the same pose with the headline: "Born to be Agile." Another, for a false executive recruitment firm, showed a white businessman on a ladder standing on a black man's hand, headed: "Dominate the Race".
A third showed a white woman on a bus with only a black man in the foreground. The poster, supposedly for rape alarms, said:" Because it’s a jungle out there". The idea was to provoke anger and disgust before subsequent posters asked people why they had not complained. Or at least that is what the CRE claims.
To some extent the illuminati agenda has succeeded. A recent survey by the University of Warwick found that while most whites believe that old prejudices are disappearing, four out of five young blacks felt that race relations in Britain were becoming worse. So even if the illuminati have not managed to stir up the majority of whites, at least they are on their way to creating a potentially disgruntled black minority who will.
As I prepared this article the inquiry into the Stephen Lawrence murder published its findings. I was sitting in my dad's flat one night pondering the article's arrangement whilst my dad watched television. An item on Stephen Lawrence, the black teenager killed in a supposedly racial attack, came up: apparently the names and addresses of witnesses had been published in the Inquiry's report accidentally (on purpose). The video footage shifted to Jack Straw, who knows more about the affair than he let on, standing at a memorial plaque where Lawrence was killed. My father turned to me, saying: "There. Do you remember? That’s the spot". At first I didn't. Then slowly it began to dawn on me. My English grandparents had lived a short distance from where Stephen Lawrence was killed and I had often passed over exactly the same spot. It was the bus stop where my mixed race South African-born father and my English mother would get off with me as a small boy to visit my grandparents. So if there is to be a memorial to Stephen Lawrence let it be in the hearts and minds of people of all races. Let it be as they realise that they have been deceived and manipulated over racial issues by a hidden ruling elite. I can't think of a better memorial than that. A living one.
Extracted from the Seeker, autumn 1999.
Last updated 06/08/2004