Worrying Parallels Between the Weimar
Republic and Modern Western Society

By: Robin A. Brace

Feminine 'Freedoms' – Moral Corruption – Immoral
Entertainment – Homosexual and Lesbian Openness

Any Of This Sound Familiar?

Robin Brace

Female empowerment and hedonism during the Weimar Republic



The Weimar Republic is the name given by historians to the federal republic and parliamentary representative democracy established in 1919 in Germany to replace the imperial form of government. The ensuing period of liberal democracy (1919-1933) gave rise to female empowerment and a hedonism never before seen in Germany.

This is a follow-on to our two articles, "Seven Days in May" and "There Are Seven Kings" and lends credence to the inevitability of a coup against Obama and the "liberal excesses" of the last two to three decades.

The Bible warns that there is a coming reaction to the militant feminism of today; this is precisely what Dan. 11:37 seems to indicate when it says that he (i.e., the Antichrist) will oppose the "desire of women." While there are some who insist that this particular verse refers to the desire of women to "bring forth the Messiah," such an interpretation requires an inordinate amount of convolution and seems to imply that women are more desirous of this than men. The more likely interpretation is the "common sense" one - i.e., that he will oppose the "modern-day" desire of women to seek "equality" with men in this world. This is the common view. Almost all evangelical interpreters of about every kind of persuasion concerning "last things" (eschatology) agree that such is the case. What this indicates, then, is that sometime between now and the coming of the Antichrist a reaction against the "liberalism" and "secular-humanism" of today will set in. You ask me, How? Well, we are not told exactly what will precipitate this reaction (a financial meltdown? A war? Social unrest? - we are left to speculate on this matter. But such reactions are common in the history of the West in the face of panic and when secularism and "liberal excess" have over-reached themselves. This is exactly what happened in Rome when Augustus Caesar seized power "in the name of religion and decency" from the Senate just prior to the birth of Christ; this is what happened in France when Napoleon seized power from the Jacobins "in the name of 'right religion';" and this is precisely what happened when Hitler seized power in Germany from the socialists while proclaiming that he was doing so in the name of Christianity:

"Today Christians ... stand at the head of Germany ... We want to fill our culture AGAIN with the Christian spirit."

What follows is a marvelous essay by Robin Brace concerning how the feminist excesses of the Weimar Republic led to the rise of Hitler.

-- Antipas

Examining point #1, 3, 6, 11
  1. Economic Crisis
    1. The mortgage meltdown.
    2. The derivatives crisis.
  2. The division of the world's population into a tiny, very wealthy financial elite and the rest of mankind, most of whom have been (are being) reduced to a state of abject poverty.
  3. The development of a CHRISTIAN (so-called) super-state.
  4. The emergence of an antiChrist figure who will be very UNLIKE what most Christians expect.
  5. An antiChrist figure who will seemingly champion the interests of the nation of Israel.
  6. The convergence of Christianity's many different factions into a vast POLITICAL movement based not on any legitimate form of Christianity, but on HATE.
  7. The emergence of an extremely radical form of Islam that will challenge the interests of the United States in the Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia, and that will threaten the existence of the Jewish state in the Middle East.
  8. The probable break-up of the European Union.
  9. An attack by Israel on Iran's nuclear facilities that will precipitate the final Islamic radicalization of the Middle East.
  10. Some kind of mind-numbing event that will lead to a dictatorial takeover of the United States by the Religious-Right in conjunction with America's financial elites and supported by the American military - an event that will precipitate the OVERT imposition of police-state controls on the American population.
  11. The absorption of the great MASS of Christians into the APOSTATE church, which is precisely what happened to Christians in Hitler's Germany.
  12. The signing of a FORMAL defense pact between Israel and the United States; this event will commence the Tribulation Period.

[Please see our article, "Precipitating a Cascade of Prophetic Events."]



It is Germany, 1928. Raucous laughter from the cabaret seeps outside as Lotte passes in the shadows of the cold Berlin night. The streets are sexually charged, lined with a heady concoction of prostitution, homosexuality, transvestism and drugs. Still spinning from the collective lust roaring unashamedly through the theatre that evening, Lotte heads now for the café bar at the Eden Hotel where she lives. Jostling with leggy glamour girls as she takes her drink, Lotte pushes a straying strand of short hair behind her ear, settles her slender trouser-suited body into the deep folds of an armchair and smiles provocatively as she lights a cigarette.

Field Marshall Von Hindenburg became German chancellor in 1925. Much later he encountered circumstances which required him to work with Hitler but he never seems to have trusted the Austrian World War I corporal.

Berlin's interwar reputation of hedonistic decadence and debauchery is familiar through scenes from Metropolis by Fritz Lang, images of Marlene Dietrich in The Blue Angel by Josef von Sternberg and stage productions of The Threepenny Opera by Bertolt Brecht. A ferment of artistic and sexual experimentation, the Weimar Republic (1918-1933) privileged an outpouring of cultural creativity in the Bauhaus movement of modern art and the development of the International Style in modern architecture. Against a background of inflation and depression, Berlin drew the talent and energies of the rest of Germany towards its glittering cabaret performances and burgeoning sex tourism industry. From within this hotbed of frenzied immorality, supposedly constitutional sexual equality worked to create the myth of the sexually liberated and financially independent 'New Woman' in Weimar German society.'

So Kasey West begins her brief essay, Life is (more than just) a Cabaret: the 'New Woman' in Weimar Germany. Her introduction is a very vivid description of night-life in Germany's Weimar Republic.

The German Weimar Republic (1919-1933) is an especially interesting period in German history since it bridged the gap between Germany's loss of the Great War (1914-1918) and Adolf Hitler's coming to power in 1933.

The Treaty of Versailles (1919) had imposed painful financial penalties on Germany following their defeat in the Great War (especially painful, perhaps, because right up to the end, the German public had been told that they were winning the war!), and the next few years were years of unrest and political turmoil yet – paradoxically – also unparalled artistic freedom.

Marlene Dietrich during the Weimar years. To her left stands Richard Tauber (1891-1948) the famed Austrian tenor.

In 1923 Germany actually defaulted on its war repayments and the Ruhr was occupied but this very difficult period quickly led to the best period of the Weimar Republic due to some wise, canny and fleet-footed leadership by Gustav Stresseman who became Chancellor in 1923 and then a very adept foreign minister until 1929. Stresseman could see that runaway inflation was best solved by a very strict monetary policy including the refusal to print more money and the establishment of a new currency, the Rentenmark. Largely due to Stresseman's influence, 1923-1929 was a period of relative stability for Germany when there were fewer uprisings and seemingly the beginnings of an economic recovery. Suddenly there was again hope and people looked to enjoy themselves: cafes, clubs and cabaret bars opened everywhere in a new spirit of liberty.

So this first attempt to establish a liberal democracy in Germany began during a time of civil conflict, and ultimately collapsed with the ascent of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party in 1933.

It is interesting to consider some fascinating parallels between this fledgling liberal democracy and western democratic society at the beginning of this 21st century.

Women Become
Assertive Leaders

Probably one of the least expected results of the new Weimar government was a sudden relaxing in previously widely-accepted gender roles and sexual moral conduct. German society had always represented women as 'mothers of the nation' but now German women suddenly found themselves in a strong political position and they dominated the Weimar electorate. This is because, out of a total population of 60 million Germans, two million young men between the ages of 18 and 34 had been killed in World War I and another two million had been so severely physically or mentally injured that they could play little role in government at any level. Many other older men of experience in government were now becoming too old and their influence had waned. This set of unusual circumstances presented the women of Germany with an unusual and unique opportunity to become major players right across German life!

Although women had not been allowed to participate in any political organizations prior to 1914, they now readily grasped the new opportunities that the war and its aftermath brought to them. In the earliest years of the Weimar Republic women voted in large numbers and keenly supported the pro-Republican parties that had granted them the vote; later on women also became avid supporters of the Nazi Party. This high profile of many assertive women was an entirely new thing in German society. Women became leaders in the arts, show business and even in business and commerce. It is no surprise that the very long career of sexual icon Marlene Dietrich was launched during the Weimar years, her film The Blue Angel appeared in Germany in 1930. Numerous other women also forged out sparkling careers during these years, including the dramatic actress, Elizabeth Berger and the famed cabaret director, Trude Hesterberg. The fame, power, success and independence of women during these years has led to some calling the Weimar days, 'the first experiment in women's liberation.'

This cartoon of the time seems to sum up the new atmosphere in Weimar in which a people deprived of former leaders turned to the model of the 'assertive female.'

Sexually-Explicit "Entertainment"

The cabaret and night club scene of the Weimar Republic has become legendary! The entertainment was often dominated by scantily-clad women and on-stage nudity. Lines of frequently topless stage 'chorus girls,' in various revues and cabarets became more and more common as the Weimar years progressed. The popular songs also became heavily charged with sexual innuendo.

But this is not all: Homosexual and lesbian bars also started appearing in major German cities, especially in Berlin. Of course, this shocked many Germans but a certain momentum had been unleashed which would now be difficult to control. It is probably fair to say that while earlier German societies had glorified Motherhood, and the Mother's duty to the Fatherland (which later returned under Hitler), the Weimar years glorified Women, Sexuality and Free Expression. Hedonism (the belief that the good of men and women is best served by the pursuit of pleasure), was actually seized upon by the liberal Weimar government as a way to unite the ever-present political squabbles of German life. There was a feeling that the Germans had suffered long enough and - in a land with an unreliable economy – all should enjoy themselves while they could! Then, in 1927 prostitution was de-criminalized.

Julie Roos writes,

"The Law for Combating Venereal Diseases (anti-VD law), which introduced the prostitution reforms, also lifted the ban on the advertisement and display of certain contraceptives that could function as prophylactics. After 1927, many cities installed vending machines for the sale of condoms in public lavatories. For women, the improved access to certain contraceptives marked an important gain in reproductive rights..."

Is any of this starting to sound familiar?

Julie Roos

"... Fears about the loss of a stable sexual and moral order played a key role in Weimar democracy's fall. The decriminalization of prostitution in 1927 entailed vital gains in prostitutes' rights and marked a radical break with their precarious legal status under the old system of police-controlled prostitution. Despite certain limitations, the 1927 reforms represented a major political victory for liberal feminists, socialists, and sexual reformers. This explains why prostitution became such a central target of right-wing (and ultimately Nazi) attacks..." (Weimar's Crisis Through the Lens of Gender: The Case of Prostitution. Julie Roos, Fritz Stern Dissertation Prize Presentation, Princeton University, November 15, 2002).

Weakened Police Authority
Leading to Lawlessness

The Weimar Republic, with it's liberal agenda, soon led to weakened policing and to a haven for criminals.

In the Holocaust Encyclopedia's article German Police: From Weimar Republic to Nazi Dictatorship we read this,

"The police faced funding cuts in hiring, training, promotions, and raises. Nor was there money for modernization, such as buying new forensic equipment or firearms..."

Famed actress and cabaret director Trude Hesterburg epitomized much of the frequently female-led and often wild 'entertainment' of Weimar Germany.

Of course, part of the problem here was the plain lack of cash due to the burden of war reparations. But another problem was that courts were not properly punishing offenders, because it was sometimes simpler and more inexpensive simply not to press charges.

All of these factors affected police morale. The Holocaust Encyclopedia article continues,

"Even as police manpower suffered from budgetary cuts, the economic distress endemic to the Weimar Republic contributed to a rapid increase in crime. Criminal gangs involved in prostitution, narcotics, gambling, pornography, robbery, and burglary developed and flourished. These gangs were well organized and often operated across state lines, frustrating police investigations......Policemen were frustrated by restrictions on police authority. Some criminal cases were dismissed because the police failed to safeguard the rights of the accused or because important evidence was excluded because of improper police procedures. The emergence of a free press highly critical of police operations exacerbated these police failures."

The police were often simply powerless to pursue criminals and crime became rampant; the public perception, undoubtedly, was that criminals could simply bribe their way out of trouble if they needed to since they often seemed to have more money than law-abiding people.

In short, the population lost confidence in both the police and the courts to properly apprehend and punish law-breakers. Sound familiar?

The Backlash To All Of This.....

Of course, there is always a backlash and from 1932 Catholic and Lutheran groups succeeded in again banning official state-sanctioned prostitution. The backlash gathered momentum when the Nazi Party came to power in 1933. It is true that, to quote the old saying, 'Hitler again got the trains running on time' – but it is often forgotten today that one of the major reasons that Hitler became so popular is because he was seen as a 'strong leader' who would rid Germany of the moral corruption of the Weimar Republic! For, as the 1920s progressed, there was a growing moral revulsion among ordinary Germans about the immorality, widespread corruption and weakened police authority which a liberal government had presided over.

Hitler with Field Marshall Von Hindenburg. Hindenburg was so popular with the people that the Nazi state could not be established until his death.

Of course, as we now know, Hitler was no solution and he was to lead Germany into a truly devastating war within seven years of his coming to power.

We would be blind indeed if we did not note the obvious parallels between the Weimar Republic and modern Europe, Britain and the United States ...

Just when the Weimar years were beginning to promise real prosperity the 1929 Wall Street Crash came along. This led to the Great Depression of the 1930s and to a worldwide recession. Germany was particularly affected because she depended heavily on American loans. In 1932, somewhere between 4 and 7 million Germans were unemployed. Many people blamed the Weimar Republic for this – Don't people always blame their governments when economic catastrophe strikes? Eventually neither left-wing nor right-wing factions had any will to save the Weimar government and a certain Herr Hitler stepped in – the rest (as they say) is history!

A growing majority in Germany had come to despise the Weimar experiment with its apparent encouragement of widespread moral corruption right across German life but when this was accompanied by complete economic collapse (on this occasion, hardly the fault of the German government) that was just too much! Quite suddenly the German people were prepared to give their full backing and support to a rather strange but charismatic individual who promised a glorious future – indeed, a 'thousand year Reich.'

They were prepared to embark on a new course (or, so they thought!) of peace, prosperity and with a new and glorious Deutschland standing right at the centre of world affairs!

The Lesson For Us

There is no doubt that - over a period of time – liberal societies build up bigger and bigger opposition from an ever-present right-wing. As long as there is prosperity, however, with good food on the table and a good and abundant living for all the family, the anger against the moral weakness always inherent within liberalism can be deferred but when economic disaster strikes, weak leadership is always blamed and liberal societies always appear to be weak in leadership.

President Bush was not a weak leader – he was rightly considered a conservative, and yet liberal standards have permeated almost all of American life. Here in Britain and in Europe it is probably even worse: liberalism rules and political correctness paralyzes! Censorship is now so weak that it has almost gone. Even while European leaders constantly argue about 'rebates' and about increased union, our cities are filled with crime and violence and corruption is rife even in the formerly largely law-abiding British Isles, but somehow (being liberals) European leaders are not too concerned about that! Pornography now even has it's own television channels (several of them) – again, being liberals, our leaders think that is perfectly fine, yet I find that a growing majority of the public are angry at the way things are going and are so disenchanted with politicians that they now refuse to vote at all.

What is my point?

My point is that – at some point - there will be a right-wing backlash and if a charismatic leader with extreme solutions should suddenly appear on the scene he will quickly gain the support of countless thousands - many of whom may not have voted for years because of disillusionment with liberal politics.

Some would say that that could not happen now because our liberal governments have actually legislated against right wing politics – I mean, it is now actually illegal to make many comments which would have once been considered "right-wing." But I have got news for these people: they are completely wrong! In view of Germany's volatile history, the Weimar Republic also thought they had come up with a system and a constitution which barred radical right-wingers from power! But that did not stop Adolf Hitler!!

The lesson of human history is that when economic calamity strikes, civil unrest immediately follows and ... all conventional, polite Sunday-afternoon tea party politics immediately goes out of the window!!

I have not even drawn direct comparisons between the Weimar years and modern liberal western society in this article because I think that those parallels are so overwhelmingly obvious. If you still want to make direct connections just check out the sub-titles to this article's title right at the top of your screen. To save you doing that, here they are:

Feminine "Freedoms" – Moral Corruption –
Immoral Entertainment – Homosexual and Lesbian Openness –

I will let you draw your own conclusions. I do not think that you will find it too difficult.

I will close this article with a rhetorical question addressed to the reader:

If economic (or any other) calamity should strike the west, will a strong and charismatic right-wing leader again burst on to the scene in the United States, who will offer dynamic but dangerous solutions?

If that should happen, then make no mistake that Liberalism will have been the cause.

Think that could never happen again? Oh please, my complacent reader, learn the lesson of history: The lesson of human history is that evil can always happen again .... [We URGE you to see APPENDIX 1 regarding the war women are waging to open up the combat arms to themselves.]


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  • Dorpalen, Andreas. Hindenburg and the Weimar Republic, Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1964.
  • Everett, Susanne. Lost Berlin. Greenwich, CT. (USA): Bison Books, 1979.
  • Feuchtwanger, Edgar. From Weimar to Hitler: Germany, 1918-33 London: Macmillan, 1994.
  • Holocaust Encyclopedia. German Police: From Weimar Republic to Nazi Dictatorship. (Copyright © United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, D.C.).
  • Roos, Julie. Weimar's Crisis Through the Lens of Gender: The Case of Prostitution. Fritz Stern Dissertation Prize Presentation, Princeton University, November 15, 2002.
  • West, Kasey. Life Is (More Than Just) a Cabaret: The New Woman in Weimar Germany. Online essay here: http://www.jolique.com/gender/cabaret.htm





Obama verses the generals:
a failed coup attempt


We have come under considerable pressure because of our last two articles, "Seven Days in May" and "There Are Seven Kings." While I am restrained from going into too much detail, I can tell you that the stress we have been under has been intense and very extreme.

These attacks have drained down to nothing our financial resources, and we desperately need your help so that we can continue the work to which the Lord has called us.


God bless you all!

S.R. Shearer
Antipas Ministries







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Once again, we URGE you to read (or re-read):



REAL LIFE: Female soldier in Afghanistan attempting to carry a "full combat load;" she couldn't do it, and she eventually had to "off-load" 50% of her "combat load" on her male counterparts. This happens all too often today in the military, and male soldiers are "fed-up" with it.

Women today are pushing feminism to the absurd, and no where is this more visible as when they seek equality with men in the Army, where women are now suing for the right to serve along with men in combat roles. Indeed, for some time now, radical feminists have been pushing to open military combat assignments to women; hard-line feminists believe that unless women can be admitted into the "combat arms" (i.e., into what they consider to be the "warrior class") they will always be considered "less than equal" to men, not only in the military, but in society at large - never mind the fact that the Presidential Commission on the Assignment of Women in the Armed Forces recommended in November 1992 that women NOT be assigned to combat.


Testimony before the commission overwhelmingly indicated that differences in physical capabilities between men and women could not be tolerated in a combat situation in which the physical strength of EVERY member of a "combat team" is imperative to the team's success and safety - and this is to say nothing concerning the dangerous likelihood of inappropriate interpersonal relationships between the sexes, all the training to the contrary notwithstanding.

The conclusions were based on evidence from Desert Storm, where men serving alongside women close to the front were required to set up tents, dig latrines and carry heavy loads for their female counterparts; the situation led to EXTREMELY bad feelings on the part of the men; that - combined with a pregnancy rate which approached 10 percent among enlisted women (coupled with family/child-care problems) - meant the non-deployability rate among military women was three to four times greater than men.

The scuttlebutt among the men concerning these rates was that their female counterparts were getting pregnant in order to avoid deployment - and evidence suggests that in many instances, the men's suspicions were not wholly without merit.

Indeed, surveys indicate that much of the problem of sexual harassment in the military stems in part from the men's resentment over double standards favoring women insofar as physical strength is concerned, such as the gender-norming of test scores [in the army - push-ups, chin-ups, carrying back packs, running, etc.; in the air force - the inability of female pilots to withstand high "G-forces" in tight turns in combat aircraft, etc.; in the navy - the inability of women to handle the heavy lifting of machinery and fire hoses in emergency combat situations, etc.] which lead to the false assumption that women are not having a problem staying up with men physically in a military environment - WHEN, IN FACT, THE EXACT OPPOSITE IS TRUE.

Elaine Donnelly, president of the Center for Military Readiness and a former member of the Presidential Commission on the Assignment of Women in the Armed Forces, writes, "It is hard to imagine a better prescription for future conflict between military men and women."


In addition, and on a much more somber and cheerless note insofar as radical feminists are concerned, a great deal of collateral evidence has been gathered which also suggests that women are not psychologically equipped to deal with the horror, barbarism and brutal shock of savage and violent physical combat - which is not the same thing as taking care of the wounded in a MASH unit, where there can be no doubt women have acquitted themselves honorably. In both Panama and Desert Storm, women close to combat in non-medical roles (both enlisted and officers) tended to freeze. The evidence suggested that women reacted to the horror of brutal physical combat in exactly the same way women have always reacted, and would react today if caught in a gang fight in east Los Angeles between the Bloods and the Crips: they froze and were reduced to a whimpering, terrified mass of humanity - and it didn't seem to matter how much training they had been given.

But despite all the evidence which tends to indicate that women are physically and psychologically not suited for combat, combat roles are, nonetheless, being opened to women.

Gender-Norming Update
Walter E. Williams

In October 1994, Lt. Kara Hultgreen was killed during an attempted landing of her F-14 on the aircraft carrier Abraham Lincoln. Femfeared (fear of feminists) Navy officials first re ported that engine failure caused the death of the Navy's first female F-14 pilot. That was a deliberate lie and coverup as later revealed in a leaked Mishap Investigation Report and the Navy's Judge Advocate General's report. After three requests, under the Freedom of Information Act, the Center for Military Readiness recently obtained a 1995 report written by Admiral Lyle G. Bien. The report confirms special treatment for female F-14 pilots. It also confirms that Lt. Hultgren was retained in the F-14 training program and graduated to the fleet despite low scores and four major errors (Downs), two of which were similar to those made the day she died. Just one or two major Downs have been enough to send men packing.

Then there's Lt. Carey Lohrenz, who was washed out of the F-14 program, who's brought suit against Elaine Donnelly, Director of the Center for Military Readiness and several newspapers. Lt. Lohrenz claims public release of her training records violated her privacy. Claiming sex discrimination, she's demanding reinstatement. Her training records are reported as being "the lowest night grades in the history of the FRS [Pacific F-14 Fleet Replacement Squadron] . . . no pilot in the history of the FRS was allowed to attempt requalification with grades as low as hers."

Aircraft carrier maneuvers are error unforgiving. Pilot incompetency not only jeopardizes the life of the pilot but crew members and the ship's mission as well. Case in point: during refueling, Lt. Lohrenz failed to secure the F-14's right engine so as not to suck approaching crew members into a turning engine. Since there is so much noise on deck, crew members can't tell whether an engine is off; it's the pilot's responsibility. Because of the alertness of the flight instructor a catastrophe was averted. Lt. Lohrenz was given the minor demerit, Signal of Difficulty (SOD), instead of a more serious Down. Other concessions included no Downs for serious violations such as not engaging automatic maneuvering devices in air combat maneuvering engagements. Officers who insist that females be held accountable to the same high standards as males are seen by higher brass as obstructionist and risk their careers.

Double standards to accommodate women have compromised military effectiveness. Women are three to four times as non-deployable as men as we learned during Desert Storm. Despite relentless sex education and condom distribution, pregnancy rates average 8 to 10 percent, and are much higher in some enlisted units. Fighting ships compromise their missions to insure the safety of pregnant females. Training standards have been lowered to accommodate lower strength and stamina of women.

The General Office of Accounting (GAO) reports that annual surveys done at service academies since 1992 show that complaints about double standards have been identified as the first or second most common form of verbal sexual harassment. Male resentment against double standards is sometimes expressed in inappropriate ways that have been featured in recent news stories of sexual, harassment, intimidation and rape at military posts.

There are physical differences between the sexes that affect combat readiness, but those differences do not deny a role for women in the nation's defense. Women were indispensable and served honorably in WWII. The femfeared military leadership does not have the guts to recognize sex differences and are willing to risk national security to appease radical feminists.

We need your help to spread the word concerning Antipas Ministries and the eschatological viewpoint it represents; WE NEED YOUR HELP BECAUSE WE DO NOT "LINK" WITH OTHER SO-CALLED "CHRISTIAN" WEBSITES which are, for the most part, "in the tank" insofar as their loyalty to the United States is concerned - a loyalty that has made them partners in the BLOODY trail the American military has left in its TERROR-RIDDEN rampage throughout the world, as well as making them partners in the abject poverty that American corporations have imposed on the peoples and nations the American military machine has ravaged - A BLOODY, TERROR-RIDDEN RAMPAGE THAT HAS TO A LARGE DEGREE BEEN CARRIED OUT IN THE NAME OF THE "PRINCE OF PEACE." [Please see our articles, "The Third World as a Model for the New World Order," Inside the American New World Order System" and "The American Empire: The Corporate / Pentagon / CIA / Missionary Archipelago."]



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