We don't hold The Ecologist
magazine in particularly high regard but in the light of new information our opinion has sunk even lower. Writing in a recent issue of Executive Intelligence Review Jeffery Steinberg wrote that: “…along with the Duke of Edinburgh, British Royal Consort Prince Philip, Goldsmith (Edward Goldsmith, founder and editor in chief at The Ecologist
) is one of the leading propagandists for deindustrialization and the radical reduction of world population.
“ . . . Prince Philip's World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and Goldsmith's The Ecologist magazine work hand-in-glove with some of the leading eco-terrorist groups, establishing a seamless link between the upper echelons of the British and continental European oligarchies, and the street hooligans who constitute the “squadristi” of the new terror. Goldsmith's son (actually his nephew, Zac, Ed), a senior editor of The Ecologist
, personifies this seamless link. He is one of the leaders of Reclaim the Streets, the British anarchist “Black Bloc” group that staged one of the very first street riots, ostensibly protesting globalization, in the City of London on June 18, 1999 . . . Reclaim the Streets is one of the hard-core street-terror groups, with operational ties to Ibero-American narco-terrorist cartels, including the Colombian Revolutionary Armed Forces (FARC) and the Mexican Zapatista National Liberation Army (EZLN).”
“The modern-day heirs of the Venetian Anglo-Dutch East India Company are sponsoring a new, worldwide Jacobin Terror, modelled on the original Eighteenth-Century oligarchical destabilization of France's efforts to replicate the American Revolution. Now, as then, the target of this top-down manipulated, rage-driven movement, is the republican nation-state system, despite claims to the contrary by some of the current movement's spokesmen and dupes, who proclaim, and, in some cases, genuinely believe, that their enemy is ‘globalization.’”
When we asked The Ecologist
for comment on the above we heard Stephanie Roth, a senior editor there, literally splutter with indignation.
Twenty years ago you would have got the very same response had you told anti-apartheid activists that they were helping corporate capitalism. Yet that is exactly what happened. Their indignation at the excesses of apartheid was hijacked by the trans-nationals such as Anglo-American corporation and used to install a regime more compliant to their wishes.
But the similarity doesn’t end there; the very people who buy The Ecologist
are likely to have supported the anti-apartheid campaign. You know the sort; well meaning and probably well heeled too but with little or no experience of life’s harsher realities, in a word naïve.
Which is exactly the quality that allowed the Illuminati to fuel and exploit their indignation over apartheid.
Likewise had you told Russian peasants that 'their' revolution was being funded by capitalists you would have got the same response. Yet shortly prior to the revolution Lenin returned from exile in Berlin, on a train packed with gold bullion and guarded by men armed with the then latest weapons, tommy guns. All provided and paid for by the Western banking dynasty’s.
In fact it’s a tried and tested Illuminati technique. Based on the ideas of George Hegel the so-called Hegelian dialectic simply states that thesis versus antithesis equals synthesis. In other words every force produces an opposite counterforce. The conflict between the two produces a new situation, the synthesis; and the Illuminati make it their business to be that synthesis, or at least profit from it. Thus for nearly seventy years after the Russian revolution the Illuminati made good on their investment, as regional conflicts and the cold war generated billions in arms sales and cost millions of lives.
Now with the apparent demise of communism we have an entirely new situation. On the one hand we have the emergent New World Order, personified by the likes of George Bush and embodied in institutions like the World Bank and the IMF. In counterpoint we have an emergent opposition to these bodies; we have rioting, street protests and in the case of The Ecologist
a faction centred round “deep ecology” and Gaia, the “Earth Mother.”
All of which begs the billion-dollar question: is Goldsmith in on the same game plan as those behind the anti-apartheid movement and Lenin’s sponsors? Only time will tell. But it may explain why he’s studiously ignored the Seeker and the British Association for Monetary Reform and been very quiet about Tomlinson’s affidavit. In fact The Ecologist
has been in possession of Tomlinson’s affidavit for nearly two years now, largely because we posted them a copy. Yet they have breathed not a word of it the their readers but then maybe they just don’t want to offend Prince Phillip. After all it may well be that, despite appearances and utterances to the contary, Goldsmith is very much in with the oligarchy.
Last updated 01/12/2003