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Of Right/Left Paradigms & Red Scar(e)s

Around the World Trip 2009 370The budding genre of left-wing conspiracy research, intuitively attractive as a unifying force, attempts to break imposed philosophical dogmas and to deprogram minds in a world traumatized and confused by the Illuminati’s biggest psyops program ever – the Cold War.

When the always right-wing Alex Jones declared, despite himself, that the left/right paradigm didn’t exist, many leaped onto his bandwagon to eagerly embrace this new dogma, despite ample historical evidence to the contrary.

Post-hunter/gatherer history informs us that tension between boss (capital) and worker (labor) is a structural feature of capitalism.

News flash: The left/right paradigm has and will always exist until we adopt of system where workers own the means of production and bosses cease to exist.  Sort of like humans lived for 100,000 years before the imposition of industrial capitalism.

But this progressive political framework, grounded in industrial capitalist history and sorely lacking at most corporate-controlled universities, must gather courage to take a step beyond mere criticism of the “system” and to identify the companies, banks and shareholder families which thrive off of and perpetuate this madness.  It is entirely reasonable that individuals be held to account.  Nothing whacky about that.  It called the rule of law.  Progressives must lose their naivete and muster the courage to embrace realpolitik.

While the mainstream left refuses to acknowledge any hint of conspiracy, no matter the number of footnotes; the Alex Jones “left/right paradigm is dead” crowd - while open to deep politics - leans right ideologically, though they can’t bare to admit it.  Their implicit ideological embrace of the capitalist bosses enables the banker cabal in its quest – now nearly complete –  for global hegemony via 18th century mercantilism – the purest form of capitalism ever practiced.

It is incredibly naïve to believe that the Illuminati bankers wish to usher in communism as their economic model. The real world tells us that wealth is not being redistributed. It is being concentrated in the hands of the few at historic levels.  Anyone who calls Obama a “socialist” just really doesn’t get it.  He is center-right.

The left’s problem lies in naiveté and cowardice, and in its inability to deconstruct the brutal state capitalism imposed via the Soviet Union. The libertarian conspiracy crowd lacks a background in political theory – their Cato Institute is funded by the same corporations that fund the two major political parties. They too have been brainwashed since birth by the mysterious events that culminated in the Soviet Union.

An analysis of these events is key to understanding the Red Scare, which haunts an increasingly extreme right-wing American political landscape and hinders our ability to formulate practical economic solutions that incorporate both capitalistic and socialistic economic tenants, as our Founding Fathers did.

(The following is excerpted from Chapter 17: Caspian Sea Oil Grab: Big Oil & Their Bankers…)

In 1822 Russia’s Czar Alexander banned Freemasonry from his country.  When Czar Nicholas took the throne he renewed the ban, but the secret society went underground and survived.  Karl Marx was a member of the League of the Just which later became the Communist League.  The group was an off-shoot of the Society of Seasons, which had close ties to the Grand Orient Freemason Lodge of Paris.  Frederick Engel was a wealthy German industrialist. [714]

Marx and Engel were driven by the philosophies of Freidrich Hegel, whose now infamous Hegelian dialectic put forth a process whereby opposites thesis and antithesis are reconciled into synthesis.

Though Hegel’s philosophy was adopted by Marx, it was equally attractive to Adolf Hitler and the Rothschild Business Roundtable that sponsored him.  The Roundtable saw in the dialectic a boon to their monopolies by presenting phony communism (antithesis) as bogeyman to capitalism (thesis).  The ensuing conflict – the Cold War – produced a huge market for arms and oil which their trusts manufactured.

Genuine revolutionary struggle in the Third World could be labeled as a “Soviet communist conspiracy” and more arms could then be sent to depopulate the undesirable poor, dispensing of agitators who threatened Roundtable interests.  The pure application of communism, which indigenous peoples practiced for thousands of years prior to the arrival of Annunaki invaders in Sumeria, was the real threat to the “special bloodline” international bankers.

By upholding Soviet state capitalism to all the world as an example of “failed Communism”, the bankers could discredit this dangerous idea while producing their desired synthesis – a New World Order ruled by the Illuminati banking families and Black Nobility monarchs, with laissez-faire monopoly capitalism as their economic paradigm.

The Russian Hohenzollern family monarchy to which the czars belonged wasn’t playing ball. They grew suspicious of the Freemasons, who they knew to be agents of the international bankers.  In 1915 the American International Corporation (AIC) was formed to finance a Russian revolution aimed at deposing the Hohenzollerns and launching the banker’s grand Hegelian experiment.  AIC directors included Frank Vanderlip, who two years prior had attended the secret Jekyll Island meetings that formulated the private Federal Reserve; and George Herbert Walker, grandfather of George Bush Sr.  The families of Rockefeller, Rothschild, Du Pont, Kuhn, Loeb, Schiff and Harriman were represented on AIC’s board. [715]

WWI was looming and the Allied powers needed to open a diversionary front against the Germans.  Russian Bolshevik leader Leon Trotsky left New York by ship on March 27, 1917, just days before the US entered WWI.  He had with him a US passport, 300 revolutionaries and a wad of cash supplied by the Wall Street banker crowd.  Twelve days earlier Czar Nicholas II had stepped down amidst an uprising launched by genuine anarchist revolutionaries, inspired by the writings of the Russian philosopher Kropotkin, who preached revolution followed by immediate decentralization of power, a sharp contrast to the iron-fisted state capitalist control under which Russia was about to fall.  The anarchists struck fear into the heart of Wall Street, so they dispatched Trotsky to derail their Menshevik plans.

As Trotsky and his Reds sailed east, Vladimir Lenin left Switzerland in a sealed train with 150 more “revolutionaries” and $5 million in cash.  The train passed through Germany without inspection thanks to banker Max Warburg’s intervention.  Meanwhile, fifteen international bankers under Red Cross cover traveled to Petrograd to provide additional financing to the Bolsheviks and to make off with Russia’s gold reserves, just as they would later make off with German gold reserves following WWII and Chinese gold reserves after the 1949 Revolution.[716]  Prince Lvov, who replaced the deposed Czar Nicholas II, and his successor Alexander Kerensky both publicly denounced Trotsky and Lenin as German intelligence agents.

The war between Mensheviks and Bolsheviks lasted until 1922. Some 28 million Russians died.  The unruly anarchists were eventually disposed of and the Roundtable crowd launched its “antithesis” in Moscow.  Trotsky and Lenin were likely unaware they were being used by the bankers.  Trotsky fled to Mexico City, where he was murdered by Stalin’s agents in 1940.  Lenin died in 1924. He had by then identified the powerful forces behind his ascent as “monopoly finance capitalists”.  Towards the end of his life he wrote, “The state does not function as we desired.  A man is at the wheel and seems to lead it, but the car does not drive in the desired direction.  It moves as another force wishes.”[717]

John D. Rockefeller, Nathan Rothschild, Max Warburg, Jacob Schiff and J. Pierpont Morgan seized the new Soviet opportunity.  Their Four Horsemen always had interests in Russia.  The Rothschild and Nobel families discovered oil in Baku in 1898 with their Far East Trading Company, but anarchist oilfield revolutionaries burned their newly renamed Royal Dutch/Shell installations to the ground.

By 1922 Rockefeller’s Chase National Bank launched the American-Russian Chamber of Commerce.  In 1925 Chase negotiated a deal with Soviet Prombank to market Russia’s raw materials to the West, while helping the Bolsheviks import cotton and machinery.  Chase and its sister insurance conglomerate Equitable Trust led the way in providing credit to the Soviets, selling Bolshevik bonds in the US by 1928 with help from Morgan Guaranty.

Rep. Louis McFadden (D-NY), chair of the House Banking Committee, remarked, “The Soviet government has been given US Treasury funds by the Federal Reserve Banks acting through Chase Bank and Guaranty Trust Company…Find out what business has been transacted for the State Bank of the Soviet Union by its correspondent bank, Chase Bank of New York.”[718]

The chaos caused by the Bolshevik Revolution had been a boon to Rockefeller oil interests by eliminating much of Standard Oil’s competition in Russia.  In 1926 Standard Oil of New York (Mobil) loaned $75 million to the Bolsheviks in exchange for exclusive rights to market Soviet oil in Europe.  Mobil built a refinery in Russia.

In 1969 Rockefeller’s International Basic Economy Corporation (IBEC) – which later gave birth to the draconian Caribbean Basin Initiative – formed a partnership with N.M. Rothschild & Sons of London.  Rockefeller’s partner in IBEC was Cleveland financier and industrialist Cyrus Eaton.  The Rockefellers, Rothschilds and Eatons made huge profits facilitating Soviet trade with the West.  In 1976 they signed an exclusive licensing and patent deal with Licensintorg, giving them a monopoly on technology transfer to the Soviets.

President Nixon forged detente with the Soviets and Chinese following the Vietnam War in 1973.  That year also brought the Arab oil embargo, the pegging of oil to the US dollar, the launch of oil futures markets and the advent of a burgeoning Eurodollar market in London.  Soon after Nixon held the detente summits with his counterparts Leonid Brezhnev and Zhou En-lai, Chase Manhattan opened a branch in Moscow and started a correspondent banking relationship with the Bank of China. [719]

Nixon appointed William Casey to head the Export-Import Bank.  Casey was a CFR insider and leading Knight of Malta.  He later managed Ronald Reagan’s 1980 October Surprise Presidential Campaign and was appointed CIA Director.  At ExIm Bank Casey financed one of the grandest industrial schemes in history, the world’s largest truck factory at the Kama River in the Soviet Union.  The factory was built by Pullman Corporation and was financed 10% by the Soviets, 45% by ExIm Bank and 45% by Chase Manhattan, where David Rockefeller was now chairman.

Chase risked nothing since its money was guaranteed by the Overseas Private Investment Corporation and Foreign Credit Insurance Association.  If the Russians failed to pay the loans back, US taxpayers were on the hook for 90% of the Kama money.  George Schultz – CFR, Bechtel and Chevron Texaco director who was Reagan’s Secretary of State – was key to the Kama River deal.  Casey provided an ExIm Bank loan for Schultz’ Bechtel to build a Permindex-affiliated International Trade Center in Moscow in a deal arranged by Occidental Petroleum scion and Tennessee Gore political dynasty sponsor Armand Hammer.  Other Casey ExIm Bank loans funded oil and gas pipelines and petrochemical and fertilizer plants. [720]

The US detente with the Soviets and China had more to do with a thirst for new energy supplies by the Four Horsemen than it did with grandiose statements of “promoting world peace”.  China has huge oil deposits off its Senkaka Island in the East China Sea.  Just northeast of Senkaka lie the Soviet Sakhalin Islands, an area that contains massive oil and gas deposits.  The Soviet regions of Siberia and the Caspian Sea were even bigger oil prizes.  As Chase Manhattan Senior Vice-President Albert Wentworth put it, “The Soviet Union is the last great undeveloped market for the US.”

Columnist Paul Scott hit the nail more squarely on the head when he wrote in 1976, “It is Kissinger’s belief that by controlling food one can control people, and by controlling energy – especially oil – one can control nations and their financial systems.  By placing food and oil under international control along with the world’s monetary system, Kissinger is convinced a loosely knit world government can become a reality by 1980.”

Nixon Agriculture Secretary Earl Butz once bragged that through USAID’s P.L. 480 program the US employed “food as a weapon”, doling out food to nations who agree to follow IMF mandates, while withholding food from those who don’t.  Just as Kissinger’s IAE benefits the Four Horsemen of Oil – Exxon Mobil, Chevron Texaco, BP Amoco and Royal Dutch/Shell; P. L. 480 enriches the Four Horsemen of Grain – Cargill Continental, Louis Dreyfus, Bunge and Andre.  As Chilean Minister of Agriculture Jacques Chonchol said, “Whoever controls food exports controls the world.”[721]

The Soviet Union was an artificial state capitalist construct cooked up by the Illuminati bankers to create profitable conflict and, more importantly, to confuse the world’s population in the arena of political economy.  The Red Scare synthesis they manufactured has become a Red Scar on the American psyche.

The right/left paradigm does exist.  Just ask one of the Rothschilds’ butlers.

[1] The Robot’s Rebellion: The Story of the Spiritual Renaissance. David Icke. Gateway Books. Bath, UK. 1994. p.160

[2] Rule by Secrecy: The Hidden History that Connects the Trilateral Commission, the Freemasons and the Great Pyramids. Jim Marrs. HarperCollins Publishers. New York. 2000. p.195

[3] Icke. p.163

[4] Marrs. p.196

[5] The Rockefeller File. Gary Allen. ’76 Press. Seal Beach, CA. 1973. p.101

[6] The World’s Money: International Banking from Bretton Woods to the Brink of Insolvency. Michael Moffitt. Simon & Schuster. New York. 1983 p65

[7] Allen. p.114

[8] Merchants of Grain. Dan Morgan. Viking Press. New York. 1979. p.398

Dean Henderson is the author of five books: Big Oil & Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf: Four Horsemen, Eight Families & Their Global Intelligence, Narcotics & Terror Network, The Grateful Unrich: Revolution in 50 Countries, Das Kartell der Federal Reserve, Stickin’ it to the Matrix & The Federal Reserve Cartel.  You can subscribe free to his weekly Left Hook column @

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14 thoughts on “Of Right/Left Paradigms & Red Scar(e)s

  1. ‘State Managed Capitalism’ is the other word for this New World Order (NWO) of the super elite (or Illuminati). NWO proponents have already turned the true free market capitalism to the control of oligarch. At the same time, communism has transformed itself into socialism. Now these proponents of NWO seek “socialism” as the means to silence the majority while engage in “oligopoly” activity to increase the income disparity and concentration of wealth in fewer and fewer hands. This is the most dangerous potent time bomb that could lead to the next World War sooner or later. But not later than 2030!!

    Posted by KumarRaj | August 24, 2011, 1:57 pm
  2. I check your blog daily and eagerly anticipate your latest post, thank you for sharing your work. As well, I just purchased your 4 horsemen book. Since I found your blog, I routinely post links to your articles on my site,

    I am curious, though, with your opening reference to the Alex Jones crowd. It comes across as demeaning to those of us out here who are researching to get at the truth, and have found infowars an informative source of information exposing the illuminists. The Alex Jones sites, I believe have helped wake large numbers of people up to the lies and corruption, even if his personal leaning is conservative. Though I don’t believe it hinders the information presented. Is it not a good thing that he reaches a large audience, helping people unplug from the matrix, an awakening to seek the many voices of truth, a search that led me to your site and countless other wonderful sources of information. With the wide variety of guests from all political and ideological leanings, it seems unfair to generalize listeners as a “crowd”.

    Can you explain how his presentation of information enables the banker cabal in its quest for global hegemony, in the apparent contrast to his exposing their corruption?

    Posted by Jason Mahakian | August 26, 2011, 1:03 am
    • Hey, I’m glad Alex Jones is there doing what he does. Bernie Sanders too. Just trying to illustrate how difficult it is to bridge progressives with the conspiracy crowd – which is what I try to do with this blog since I am both. Don’t take it personal. I’m sure I pissed the lefties off equally. Just mean that the conservative slant of the conspiracy folk enables the bankers since monopoly capitalism is what they need to remain ominpotent and these people tend to vote conservative. Provoke thought is what I do. Thanks for getting my book. Let me know what you think…

      Posted by Dean Henderson | August 26, 2011, 8:53 am
      • No offense taken, I’m just trying to be aware of my sources of research and information, and if there is a bug in the info, I try to suss it out.
        I understand the emotions that arise when an individuals perception of reality is punctured during conversations that expose the programming supporting their false paradigm. I find that the Left has been lulled to sleep under the Democratic Product that sits in the White House at present, very challenging to awaken. Chris Hedges encapsulates this beautifully in his “Death of The Liberal Class”…

        Actually, I have been a life long Lefty, who like many of us grew tired of the repeating lies and corruption, and have since moved beyond psychological partisan prisons.

        I’ll let you know my thoughts, after reading the book- though from the few posted excerpts, I’m certain it will totally captivate me.

        Posted by Jason Mahakian | August 26, 2011, 6:02 pm
  3. You say Lenin and Trotsky weren’t cognizant of how they were instruments of finance capitalists until it was too late.

    Surely Trotsky had played chess with Baron Rothschild in Viennae, been cultivated by Schiff in NY-he even joined B’nai B’rith there-and finally married into these circles.

    How could he not have known.

    Lenin had conspired with Parvus in Zurich. Parvus pioneered the permanent revolution tactic during the Young Turk Revolution in 1908. According to Solzhenitsyn Parvus had “fathered a an anonymous resolution in the Soviet, its Financial Manifesto. What looked like a set of uncouth and primitive demands from the illiterate masses was really a programme of a clever and experienced financier striking at the foundations of the hated Russian state, to bring it down in ruins at a single blow.”

    It was Parvus who’d persuaded the Germans to send the Sealed Train into Russia with Lenin and co. on it!

    How could Lenin not have known of the plans of the Warburg financiers?

    Isn’t there also evidence that Stalin was a Tavistock-trained instrument of the Rockefeller/Fabian nexus. He was at the Russian S.D. conference in London in 1907.

    Who paid for Tavistock?

    Interested in your thoughts on this………

    Posted by Freeborn | September 13, 2011, 3:41 am
  4. Subsistence food farming AFTER land distribution, AND growing and processing of fuel at the micro level (every family grows their own biofuel crop). The wealth distribution issue can be easily handled by ‘Counter-Agents’. So imagine every family with stockpiles of food and biofuel perhaps dating generations back enough to last decades.

    But this needs the people to vote in a manner that distributes unused state land, preferably under ALLODIAL TITLE and after abolishing EMINENT DOMAIN POWERS, as well as removal of the Army (see José Figueres Ferrer), through selection of candidates that will ratify the above.

    If there are no candidates, the people must offer themselves or if rich enough (the regular rich worth a handful of millions is quite grassroots still unlike the billionaire types), at least fund proxies to run on the above issues. Kissinger’s plan will fail entirely. Food and fuel security will be guaranteed and independent of all middlemen, there will be no militaries to order around.

    Posted by AgreeToDisagree | October 9, 2012, 12:23 am
  5. I too love Alex Jones and mean that with sincerity. He has made the world a better place in sooo many way and led me to Deans Blog of which I then purchased your books. If anything you may want to consider that Dean may have the left\right paradigm wrong. Alex admits he’s wrong sometimes but overall after listening to Alex for 10 years and reading this blog for 3 or more. Alex seems more over the target but Deans history is unflappable. I really wish Dean would cease with Rense and go on Alex’s show to bridge the gap.

    Alex knows the same things as Dean for the most part but doesn’t trust government for the solution, he trusts the freedom of the individual whereas Dean thinks government can serve and protect us if we can just wrangle control back from the elites.

    Alex has literally helped feed Dean indirectly and how does Dean show his appreciation? Makes you wonder……

    Posted by Michael Liberty | November 14, 2013, 5:34 pm
    • Reasonable response Michael until the last two sentences. I agree Alex has done much to awaken people. I express in this article an important disagreement in a decent non-personal way. Why then attack me in your last words? Alex has never invited me on his show. Set it up!
      No one feeds me but myself through my own hard work. Alex has run a total of one of my articles- secondhand from another site that ran it. He has since not run a single article of mine in two years. Rense runs every single one and made me a featured columnist. My appreciation? To Jeff Rense, very much so.
      To Alex Jones? For what? An apology for those last two sentences is probably in order Michael. “Makes you wonder…” what exactly? And while you’re at it maybe you could explain to all of us why Alex Jones new HQ is located in spook-central Northern Virginia?
      Don’t take too many more “liberties” with folks this weekend, eh Mike. They may not take kindly to it, as I have not.

      Posted by Dean Henderson | November 14, 2013, 7:55 pm
      • Ok ok I’m sorry Dean, I was too harsh. You are both equally great. At least you don’t pull the “Alex is controlled opposition” card. He is no more a gatekeeper than any of us are. He presents the information the way he and many others, including Dean see it. Just because he is successful and doesn’t talk about Jews all the time doesn’t mean he’s controlled and as far as his rants, they are great and helped wake me up. His style works for some people.

        Posted by Michael Liberty | November 17, 2013, 9:51 pm
      • We’re good Michael. You’re right and thanks.

        Posted by Dean Henderson | November 17, 2013, 10:17 pm
  6. No need to apologize.

    It’s already well-established among independent bloggers that Jones is a gate-keeper.

    I don’t know why any intelligence person would think that kind of ranting is about anything else. It discredits the information presented, creates confusion and despair, inserts subtle red herrings and disinfo and drowns out more accurate researchers.
    Since Jones began, has the police state got bigger? No. Has Jones got bigger? Yes.
    Mission accomplished.

    Posted by Lila Rajiva | November 15, 2013, 4:14 pm
  7. I really like your investigations. But, which is the source of the supposedly anarchist happy world before the Anunnaki? arrived?

    Posted by john norris | November 16, 2013, 6:17 pm

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