Bobby Garner (congregator.net)is one of very few people I know of who has studied communitarianism as the philosophy and the religion behind the emerging supranational system. He is the only person I know who's made the direct connection between Lucifer worship, Alice Bailey and the communitarian world service workers. He's made numerous attempts to introduce Bailey, The Plan and the communitarian formation of the emerging world government to Myer's elist. I don't know why I thought that maybe Peter would respond if another man said it. So far, Bobby's references to Zionist communitarianism have been ignored the same way mine are. Both of us have begun to openly question why alternative academics, researchers, writers and radio hosts exclude important information from their works.
Here's an email Bobby just sent to Myers:
When I recently discovered the Pilgrims Society, an elite group of Anglo-Americans founded in 1902, I immediately recognized a possible connection with "British Israel" as covered in The Union Jack. However, hard evidence was illusive as most observers have noted the apparent hostilities between certain Pilgrims and Zionism. That however, should be expected as a function of any well organized subterfuge.
Then while searching my private library for information on the Pilgrims, I found Burton J. Hendrick's 1923 book The Jews In America, which is generally recognized for first bringing the "Jewish Problem" to the attention of the American people. As expected, Zionists condemn this book as anti-Semitic ("Hendrick's book encouraged the growth of anti-Semitism during the 1920s."), and true to form, use it to discredit the author. In an article Spurious Anthropology, published by The Nation in Oct. 1923, the author commented, "It is surprising that so keen a journalist as Henrick did not recognize that by piling up his contradictions in...[such] gross a manner he has made the indictment self-defeating."
Hendricks was an associate editor of Pilgrim Society member, Walter Hines Page's World's Work magazine, published by Doubleday, Page & Co. Does this sound like a good name for the magazine of someone who thinks of himself as a World Server?
Walter Hines Page (August 15, 1855 - December 21, 1918), Pilgrims Society member, an American journalist, publisher, and diplomat. Educated at Trinity College (now Duke), Randolph-Macon College, and Johns Hopkins University studying Greek classics. Editor of the St. Joseph Gazette, the Forum and Atlantic Monthly. Partner in the publishing firm of Doubleday Page & Company (publisher). Wrote “The Rebuilding of Old Commonwealths” (1902), the same year the Pilgrims Society was founded. Founded and edited the "World's Work" up to 1913. He was the United States ambassador to the United Kingdom during World War I. A proud Southerner, he admired his British roots ... As ambassador to Britain, he defended British policies to Wilson and so helped to shape a pro-Allied slant in the President and in America as a whole. WALTER HINES PAGE
On July 8, 1929, Time magazine timely published the "New World's Worker". Can there be any doubt that certain members of the Pilgrims Society were prominent in Alice Bailey's address book of "Master's" among whom her letters were privately circulated? Were the Pilgrim's all working in unison creating the chaos out of which order to their specifications could be realized? Was Karl Marx their prophet, or was his claim of "Order out of Chaos", meant for their instruction.
A site search of http://users.cyberone.com.au/myers produced two occurrences of "Jews in America", but not in reference to the book. Neither do you mention the Pilgrims Society or The Union Jack. "British Israel" gets one honorable mention in the same sentence as " Jesus was king of England" Shame on the poor soul who would believe that. There was one mention of the "World's Work" in regard to universal peace.
I notice that you point out many of the contradictions, seemingly in order to discredit the various participants in the debate, but you seldom seek a resolution such that all the pieces of the puzzle fit nicely together.
Are you trying to solve the puzzle? Or, are you cutting out the pieces and shaking them up so that none cling together? Is shaking things up also the function of professional "academic scholarship"? Or of Public Journalism?
Or maybe you really didn't know about the Pilgrims Society.
There is indeed a powerful high force in the high places! You must know about them because their existence governs your future to a disturbing extent. They are the source of fiat money; the powers behind central banks; international financiers; warmongers; globalists; cartel monopolists; and the force suppressing precious metals. JFK, whose father was a member, strayed from the plan! As Zad Rust commented in "Teddy Bare, The Last of the Kennedy Clan"(1971)--- "The Warren Commission had no other mission than to conceal the truth, and it was relentlessly helped in this mission by many official agencies and by some powerful organized Force of universal scope and character. This Force of Darkness has already brought the world very near to the point of no return on the road to total annihilation of the liberties of man and the independence of nations, and to the enthronement of the Antichrist." - Meet the World Money Power
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