Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel was a German philosopher who revolutionized European thinking, especially Marxism.i Hegel developed the concept of integrating and uniting a set of contradictions without eliminating or reducing either one, to create a synthesis. This concept is often called “dialectic thinking.”
Hegelian dialectic thinking is applied in many situations in world politics. Often the ordinary people are used as pawns in the game of Hegelian psychology played by those who pull the strings of world control.
The political “left” and “right” are pitted against each other in order to achieve a synthesis that suits those in hidden positions of world power. In the United States, for example, the right side was in power until several aims were accomplished, such as the War on Iraq and the War on Terror. Then, when all that could be done by that side was accomplished, the left came into power claiming to bring about change. However, the change only continued wars in Iraq and elsewhere, and brought in additional social reforms that further limited the freedom of the American people.
This pitting of one side against another is a form of controlled conflict that those behind the scenes use to create a predetermined history. In his novel Coningsby, Benjamin Disraeli writes this:
The world is governed by very different personages from what is imagined by those who are not behind the scenes.”ii
US President Woodrow Wilson said this:
Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the field of commerce and manufacture, are afraid of somebody, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.iii
Here is an example of the Hegelian dialectic process:
A 20th-century example of the Hegelian process at work....
The synthesis the elite wants is the New World Order—a one-world system in which economics, religion, education, medicine, food, and all other aspects of life are controlled by a central power. This New World Order cannot come about without controlled conflict.
In Das Capital, Karl Marx posed capitalism as thesis and communism as antithesis. However, a crucial element of this position has been ignored by most historians, including Marxists. They fail to notice that any conflict between these two forces cannot lead to a society governed by either one, but must lead to a society characterized by a synthesis of these two conflicting forces.
For Hegelian thinkers, the function of a Congress or a Parliament is to allow the ordinary individuals to feel that their opinions have some value, and the state to take advantage of any wisdom that the population may come up with. Hegel writes this:
By virtue of this participation, subjective liberty and conceit, with their general opinion, [individuals] can show themselves palpably efficacious and enjoy the satisfaction of feeling themselves to count for something.iv
Thus, for Hegel, the individual is merely a pawn in the larger unfolding of world events. Following this same line of thought, Hegel expects individuals to blindly follow a leader who essentially thinks for them. To such leaders, the common people are like expendable human cattle.
This hierarchical system affects individuals’ own morality as they are taught and encouraged to say and do what’s politically correct, without realizing they are being manipulated. In this subtle way, an individual’s rights such as freedom of speech are taken away. Read about Martial Law in America.
The state requires complete obedience from the individual citizen. Individuals cannot exist for themselves in these so-called organic systems, but only exist to perform a role in the operation of the state.
Following the outbreak of war in 1939, social creditor C.H. Douglas said, “Unfortunately the world is in the grasp of theorists to whom misery and death of millions is a grain of sand beside the working out of their designs.” There was no freedom in Hitler’s Germany; there is no freedom for the individual under Marxism, and there will be no freedom in the New World Order.
In the Hegelian system, conflict is essential. American philosopher and education reformer John Dewey (1859-1952), wrote this:
War is the most effective preacher of the vanity of all merely finite interests. It puts an end to that selfish egoism of the individual by which he would claim his life and his property as his own or as his family’s.v
Furthermore, Anthony C. Sutton, author of America’s Secret Establishment, writes of the Hegelian dialectic at work in our world today:
The operational history of The Order can only be understood within a framework of the Hegelian dialectic process. Quite simply this is the notion that conflict creates history. From this axiom, it follows that controlled conflict can create a predetermined history. For example: when the Trilateral Commission discusses “managed conflict”, as it does extensively in its literature, the Commission implies the managed use of conflict for long run predetermined ends—not for the mere random exercise of manipulative control to solve a problem. The synthesis sought by the Establishment is called the New World Order.
Without controlled conflict this New World Order will not come about. Random individual actions of persons in society would not lead to this synthesis. It’s artificial; therefore it has to be created. And this is being done with the calculated, managed use of conflict. And all the while this synthesis is being sought, there is profit in playing the involved parties against one another. This explains why the International Bankers backed the Nazis, the Soviet Union, North Korea, North Vietnam, ad nauseum, against the United States. The “conflict” built profits while pushing the world ever closer to One World Government. The process continues today…
In Hegelian philosophy, the conflict of political “right” and political “left”, or thesis and antithesis in Hegelian terms, is essential to the forward movement of history and historical change itself. Conflict between thesis and antitheses brings about synthesis, ie. a new historical situation…
Compare this to the spirit and letter of the Constitution of the United States: “We the people” grant the state some powers and reserve all others to the people. Separation of church and state is built into the US Constitution, a denial of Hegel’s “The State is God on earth”. Yet, compare this legal requirement to the actions of The Order in the United States, the Group in England, the Illuminati in Germany, and the Politburo in Russia. For these elitists, the State is supreme and a self-appointed elite running the State acts indeed as God on earth…
College textbooks present war and revolution as more or less accidental results of conflicting forces. The decay of political negotiation into physical conflict comes about, according to these books, after valiant efforts to avoid war. Unfortunately, this is nonsense. War is always a deliberate creative act by individuals…
Revolution is always recorded as a spontaneous event by the politically or economically deprived against an autocratic state. Never in Western textbooks will you find the evidence that revolutions need finance and the source of the finance in many cases traces back to Wall Street…
The key to modern history is in these facts: that elitists have close working relations with both Marxists and Nazis…In this memorandum, we will present the concept that world history, certainly since about 1917, reflects deliberately created conflict with the objective of bringing about a synthesis, a New World Order (emphases added).vi
Another example of elitist manipulation of world issues is expressed in the motto Ordo Ab Chao or “Order Out of Chaos.” This motto mimics Hegelian thinking in that out of the chaos of war and conflict comes order, or a synthesis of peace. The events surrounding 9/11 are a prime example of this order out of chaos. Out of the chaos of that horrific event, several laws were passed to create a better order by increasing control over the people.
• The USA Patriot Act (Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism), passed on October 26, 2001. This act includes the controversial clause allowing for the indefinite detention of suspected alien terrorists even if they have not had a public trial to determine if they are terrorists.vii
• The Homeland Security Act, passed on November 25, 2002. This law radically restructured numerous federal departments into a single Homeland Security Department. Such a dramatic restructuring intended to better prevent terrorist threats by centralizing surveillance data coming in from the USA Patriot Act and by removing potential firewalls between central agencies.viii
• The Military Commissions Act (MCA), passed on October 18, 2006, essentially gives the US the authority to sanction human rights violations for the sake of “The War on Terror.”ix Read also about combining military forces in the US.
• The Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act, passed on October 23, 2007, broadens the definition of “violent radicalization” so that some analysts fear acts of civil disobedience and protest could be potentially suspect in the government’s attempt to determine how and if people with radical beliefs turn into people who use violence to convey these beliefs.x
Taken together, these anti-terrorism laws lead to increased security at airports, the ability to arrest people without sufficient evidence or reason, and fewer privacy rights.
Textbooks present wars, revolutions, and conflicts as unavoidable, accidental occurrences. When political negotiations decay into physical conflict, historians portray wars as coming after valiant efforts to avoid conflict. Unfortunately, this is not always the case.
When Nazi war criminals were investigated, the tribunals were careful to censor any records of Western assistance to Hitler. Similarly, Western textbooks tend to gloss over any information that indicates the key players in the West gave financial aid to the 1917 Russian Revolution because they didn’t want to appear pro-Communist.
In this sense, our Western history books are just as censored as the news and propaganda in Hitler’s day or in Communist China. We must read history books critically and intelligently not just for what they say, but also for what they don’t say. Hence, our freedom of the press is not as “free” as we like to think it is.
War is almost preplanned behind the scenes, and the individuals pulling the strings are not necessarily the leaders of the countries in conflict. State leaders are often puppets themselves, controlled by elites to whom they owe their position. Much of the time, these elitists make revolutions appear as a sudden, spontaneous outbreak of a downtrodden class against a tyrannical government, whereas this is not always the case. In too many cases, the downtrodden class is used as pawns to fulfill an agenda of someone much higher up.
The elitists are the ones who govern our world behind-the-scenes in secret negotiations. They come in all walks of life and are part of a variety of organizations. They are most often very rich. The Bilderberg Club is one such elitist organization, as is the Trilateral Commission, the Council on Foreign Relations, a number of secret societies, and of course, the Jesuits, who take on any guise necessary to accomplish their aim of world dominion. Often the same people are involved in multiple organizations.
Jesuit Michaelangelo Tamburini (1648-1730)....
In The History of the Jesuits, Andrew Steinmetz writes about Michaelangelo Tamburini, General of the Jesuits, who in 1720 said to the Duke of Brancas: “See, my lord, from this room, I govern not only Paris, but China: not only China, but the whole world, without anyone knowing how `tis managed."xi
This ancient quote may seem out of date to 20th-century readers, but the fact is that the Jesuits have never changed their aim or motto in all their history, and keep their numbers and work very hidden.
Abraham Lincoln, Samuel Morse, and other early founders of the United States feared the Jesuits' aim to control the United States. America was at that time a shining example to all the oppressed of Europe of a nation free under God. The French General Lafayette, raised as a Roman Catholic, said this:
It is my opinion that if the liberties of this country—the United States of America—are destroyed, it will be by the subtlety of the Roman Catholic Jesuit priests, for they are the most crafty, dangerous enemies to civil and religious liberty. They have instigated most of the wars of Europe.”vii
Enough evidence has been gathered to show Jesuit infiltration throughout history, and still working today as part of the “elitist” power manipulating world politics to suit their aims and agenda.
An almost universal mindset is that communists and capitalists are bitter enemies. Although they appear to be on opposite sides of the political spectrum, they are actually both working for the same group. In fact, the elitists have as close working relations with communists and capitalists as they have with Marxists and Nazis.
World history since 1917 reflects an application of Hegelian dialectics. Those who finance and manage the clash of opposites can remain in control of the synthesis. Out of war and revolution come opportunities for profit by corporations under the control and influence of the elites.
There are numerous examples of American banks and corporations trading with the enemy side during the wars in history. The clash between left and right in the mid-1900s resulted in the synthesis—the formation of the UN and progression towards regional groups such as NATO, UNESCO, and the Trilateral Commission. The creation of these groups is part of the push towards a New World Order and one-world government.
In the past two decades, the hegemonic forces attempting to control the dialectic process and, subsequently, the world, have used different means but with the same motive: instead of war, information, debt, and technology are manipulated to gain and control world order.
The perception that we are free is an illusion. Our world is very much controlled by elites who seek to lull us into a sleepy stupor so that we have no idea how much we are actually controlled on issues ranging from the price of gas and food to accurate information regarding health and drugs. As stated earlier, history textbooks are another example where information has been carefully selected and edited to present an authorized version of “the truth.”
The irony is that each country’s curriculum has its own varying and authorized versions of history. This manipulation of information demonstrates how Hegel’s psychology for the masses works—people think they’re free and hearing the truth when they’re really not. If someone only hears things that someone else wants him or her to hear, they will never fully know the whole story.
The use of debt as a control mechanism is clear. For governments, debt functions to maintain the status quo.
For instance, an individual in debt is not as likely to be choosy about jobs or willing to ask for a raise. In his Congressional testimony from February 26, 1997, US Federal Reserve chair Alan Greenspan commented that insecure workers who fear asking for a salary increase are good for the economy, keeping inflation low.xiii In other words, debt puts the lender in a position to control and manipulate the debtor.
This relationship doesn’t only occur at the individual-state level. Governments themselves are controlled by banks, essentially making both individuals and nations subject to financial institutions.
There are abundant examples of technology being used as a method of control. Air passengers must undergo numerous levels of security before boarding a flight. Security cameras exist on more street corners and other public places.
Social media sites like Twitter and Facebook can be used to identify users’ locations, as can pictures taken on smartphones and iPads. All these means steal our privacy, and ironically, instead of increasing our sense of security, they leave us feeling vulnerable.
Insofar as hegemonic forces seek to manage and control the common people through violence, the Hegelian world order has much in common with fascism, a radical nationalist political ideology that uses war and political violence to create national unity. This national unity, however, comes at the cost of purging people from society deemed inferior by the elite. This ideology, like Hegel’s, treats individuals as pawns for the sake of a larger goal. Read more about fascism here.
Both Hegelian dialectic thinking and the Jesuit motto Order Ab Chao are diabolical attitudes that aim at world domination. Many writers have written about the elite’s control over world issues, but there are also many sceptics. For those who are willing to look behind the obvious, the use of conflict to create a New World Order is a bitter but true fact.
i. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy .
ii. Benjamin Disraeli, Coningsby (1844): 166.
iii. Woodrow Wilson, The New Freedom (1961): 24.
iv. Georg Hegel, William Wallace (trans.), Philosophy of Mind Translated from the Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences 1894 (New York: Cosimo, 2008): 141.
v. John Dewey, Jo Ann Boydston (ed.), The middle works, 1899-1924 (Southern Illinois University Press, 1979): 197.
vi. Anthony C. Sutton, America’s Secret Establishment: An Introduction to the Order of Skull and Bones (Billings, Montana: Liberty House Press, 1986): 115-125.
vii. USA Patriot Act.
viii. Homeland Security Act.
ix. The Military Commissions Act.
x. The Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act, see also www.projectcensored.org/top-stories/articles/6-the-homegrown-terrorism-prevention-act.
xi. Andrew Steinmetz, History of the Jesuits volume 1 (1848): 107.
xii. Jeremiah J. Crowley, Romanism: A Menace to the Nation (Missouri: Menace Publishing Co., 1912): 139-140.
xiii. “Debt Trap,” anxietyculture.com