On Charlie Hebdo

I recently posted this comment on the Legionnaire’s blog:

Let’s rule out some possibilities. Opinions follow!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qblm57WWMbU This video rules out young hotheads.

Frankly, I think we can assume some kinda hijinks on the grounds that the attackers were white (you can see this behind the balaclavas) and speaking perfect French.

Although Mossad was my first guess on cui bono grounds (Mohammedans fight the proto-Nazis), we can rule them out on the grounds that they would need to 1) control the French media, and 2) control the eyewitness narrative according to the coroners, the SWAT guys, etc. The actual media deception has involved whitewashing the Muslim attackers and surrounding community.

French intelligence I know nothing about. Maybe they’d do this to shift the election to the right. Most likely, in my ignorant estimation.

American intelligence seems to be content to target their false flags on American opinions only, and they don’t like to actually kill anybody. Boston bombing, flight down over Ukraine, that sort of thing.

AP
https://iamlegionnaire.wordpress.com/2015/01/12/le-coup-du-marteau-et-laube-rouge/#comments

Just now, I watched a video my dad posted on his blog. As far as I can tell, it’s a perfect and plausible explanatory theory. He’s more into the Illuminati stuff than I am (but you can see high trait psychoticism runs in the male side of the family).

Here’s the relevant excerpt from what appears to be a transcript of sorts:

“The Third World War must be fomented by taking advantage of the differences caused by the “agentur” of the “Illuminati” between the political Zionists and the leaders of Islamic World. The war must be conducted in such a way that Islam (the Moslem Arabic World) and political Zionism (the State of Israel) mutually destroy each other. Meanwhile the other nations, once more divided on this issue will be constrained to fight to the point of complete physical, moral, spiritual and economical exhaustion…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. Then everywhere, the citizens, obliged to defend themselves against the world minority of revolutionaries, will exterminate those destroyers of civilization, and the multitude, disillusioned with Christianity, whose deistic spirits will from that moment be without compass or direction, anxious for an ideal, but without knowing where to render its adoration, will receive the true light through the universal manifestation of the pure doctrine of Lucifer, brought finally out in the public view. This manifestation will result from the general reactionary movement which will follow the destruction of Christianity and atheism, both conquered and exterminated at the same time.”

Albert Pike and Three World Wars

The point of the Charlie Hebdo attack, within this theory, would be to build support for a war against Islam among ordinary folks. The actions of the political elites (declaring treasonous support for the immigrants over the populace) actually works in favor of the conspirators because it’s like a kink in a garden hose. The longer public anger is frustrated, the greater the water pressure will be when a new Charles Martel magically shows up out of nowhere to direct the spout.

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12 Responses to On Charlie Hebdo

  1. Legionnaire says:

    Layers on layers on layers on layers.

    Also, believable.

  2. Heaviside says:

    This kind of conspiracy theorizing is distasteful and ideologically childish. I say “childish” because it infantilizes whoever believes it into believing that all world-historical power lies outside of them and that they only thing they can do is retreat into the woods or quietism. It is exactly in line with the tendency of American conservatives to bury their heads in the sand and “focus on what you can do in your own life.”* Preoccupation with the “Illuminati” reveal an implicit, and often explicit, in the form of libertarianism and the fetish for “small government,” belief that all power is evil. Left-wingers say that they hate power, but in reality they love to control others. Conservatives, on the other hand, actually take left-wing bullshit at face value and put it into practice.

    *http://www.amerika.org/politics/the-illusions-on-which-conservatives-rely/

    • Heaviside says:

      I posted that by accident, when it was still incomplete.

      If you really believe that there is some powerful conspiracy at work, the correct response is to form your own conspiracy and try to overthrow them. If you believe that you have any power at all, then you must believe that your actions have the power to redefine society and dethrone even the highest interests. If there was a world-spanning “NWO” conspiracy, those who advocate that everyone who is aware of it and don’t like it should retreat to the woods are its best allies. A really oppositional force would argue that we can and should carbomb the bankers and murder their children as they commute to and from their private schools. Of course, that’s bad, because it exercises agency, and agency is for Lucifer, and actually trying to do anything about the “NWO” is for Gnostics — because real Christians take it up the ass from Satan-worshippers. Obviously, that’s just what God ordained.

      This really boils down to possibly the most perverse and servile belief system possible — that God gave you free will just so that you could sin, and that any attempt to influence the world is sinful and prideful. I, on the other hand, believe that power is good, and that Absolute Power is absolutely good. “Liberty” is just another word for power, and power is free and creative action that brings order to the world.

      • Aeoli Pera says:

        >I posted that by accident, when it was still incomplete.

        With your permission, I’ll revise it.

        >If you believe that you have any power at all, then you must believe that your actions have the power to redefine society and dethrone even the highest interests.

        There’s the rub: I’m not an idealist. Maybe the acquisition of power, like knowledge, is inherently good (as you say), and maybe the ambition to beat up the biggest guy in the prison will motivate me to undertake the most strenuous exercise program, but winning is another thing entirely.

        >A really oppositional force would argue that we can and should carbomb the bankers and murder their children as they commute to and from their private schools.

        As I’ve said elsewhere, I would have burned down the nearby universities except that I recognize people would just rebuild them, and I’d have to endure the ensuing batheticisms. My restraint in this is utilitarian, based on my understanding that I’m not on speaking terms with the spirit of the times. I think the rest of your comment follows from your mistaken impression of my motives.

      • Heaviside says:

        >There’s the rub: I’m not an idealist.

        Then how can you be a Christian? Nietzsche said it was just Platonism for the masses.

    • Heaviside says:

      I also don’t think the masons are much to be feared — just “a bunch of pretentious old men playing at running the world — WE are the future!” They only teach the barest minimum of magical technique, and all of their symbolism is an empty formalism. A new world is in birth, the Age of Infinite Reason, and this Gegenaufklarung will do away with the Age of Finite Reason, the Enlightenment(which is what “Illuminati” really means, though those who say it don’t realize it), the modern world, the masons, and all the rest of them.

    • Aeoli Pera says:

      That’s a good point in general, except for this:

      >I say “childish” because it infantilizes whoever believes it into believing that all world-historical power lies outside of them and that they only thing they can do is retreat into the woods or quietism.

      People are infantile. I recognize that insofar as this is true of myself, my professed humility is genuine and not false. Alexander didn’t conquer the world while he was in his cradle.

  3. Craig says:

    Unless you’re born into it, the freemason’s that is, you’ll never fully understand it. The benefits of not swearing an oath and being blood means I can say what I want, yet members of my family still fear.

    There’s invisible 33rds as well, who have the ears of these melons, they always listen. You should extend your networks of influence. Though if any of us make a difference it comes at a cost to us, the greater the success we have, generally equates to the severity of cost to us personally or institutionally. As we know the system is stacked against us. The more of us who willingly go out into the world, the better the odds are for us to steer the melons.

    God it pisses them off when we do, they delete everything off the net…of our success. Particularly if it has institutional consequences in our favour.

    I’ve steered them,with just my words and my network. Which is by blood. Hell I could convince Tex I rekon. Being he lives in Australia, and would have some of the same memory recollections as I.

    One thing the craft is in the blood, it can not be learned by mere books and rituals.

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