I saved the link to this article, on December 2, 2009. The article itself, is not dated, but the information has been around for quite some time. The author is not identified. It is a learning experience…
The Hegelian dialectic process is the notion that conflict creates history. The function of a Parliament or a Congress is for Hegelians, The State for Hegel and Hegelians, is God on earth.
Textbooks present war and revolution as more or less accidental results. The first mechanism is control of information.
The second mechanism is debt .
The third control mechanism is technology.
Hegelian Dialectics and Conspiracy
As I speak tonight, try to relate what I say to your observation of our own country, and our Western (once Christian) allies. As we examine the philosophy behind national and international affairs, we discover it has a common purpose and source in every major nation, with the exception of perhaps China.
At first sight, militant national power appears to be the major force in history; but if there is a power which can bring nations into military conflict, it is a superior power. Is there such a power, and where, if anywhere, is it located?
There is a relationship between Finance, Centralization, and World Hegemony. Until the outbreak of the First World War, money appeared to be a mere mechanism. But the arrangements made to finance the war reveal that the money system was in fact the vehicle of a POLICY, and that that policy was the CENTRALIZATION of power leading progressively to World Government. Prior to the outbreak of war, Great Britain was the CENTRE (but not the BEING) of world financial control; with the war, financial control was transferred to New York and from there used to dismantle the British Empire which, by reason of British traditions and the Anglo-Saxon character, had been the great barrier to World Dominion by those operating through the world financial system. The fall of the British Empire was a FINANCIAL accomplishment, not a military one. But the terms of ‘peace’ imposed on ‘victorious’ Britain are those which might have been expected following military DEFEAT.
But the Power which emerged into the open in this century had its birth long before that. It was incubated (but not conceived) in the Secret Societies of Europe, appeared briefly in the French Revolution, and spread to Britain in the form of Fabianism, and to America in the form of various Socialist societies. Following the first phase of the war, it openly took over Russia, and since has visibly spread as International Communism until it has taken over the greater part of the globe.