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Chapter 22—Who finances the riots and demonstrations?

Jul 8, 2020

Mystery Babylon and the Stone Kingdom, part 26—Unlearning my university indoctrination​​​​​​​

I pick up where we left off on the topic of the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement. The theme is that the 1% are the greedy Wall Street bankers who are oppressing “the people,” who are the rest of us, the 99% of the population.

Shortly after our Stone Kingdom Ministries Bible Conference in St. Louis in October (of 2011), I received an email from a person I had met there for the first time. The substance of the email was to the effect that “wasn’t it great that this Occupy Wall Street movement had suddenly and spontaneously sprung up in opposition to the greedy bankers of Wall Street?”

I hope that with the passage of a few weeks’ time that my new friend has discovered that the Occupy Wall Street movement is not what it seems. In other words, it is not what the Lying Legacy Media portrays it to be (the “media narrative”). If not that, then, what is it? Well, that is going to take some time to explain, especially since the OWS and the current violent unrest in America ties into the whole theme of Mystery Babylon and the Stone Kingdom.

For those who have been living in a cave, let me give a summary of what has been going on. This brief paragraph from Wikipedia is quite accurate as far as I can discern:

Occupy Wall Street (OWS) is an ongoing series of demonstrations initiated by the Canadian activist group Adbusters which began September 17, 2011 in Zuccotti Park, located in New York City’s Wall Street financial district. The protests are against social and economic inequality, high unemployment, greed, as well as corruption, and the undue influence of corporations—particularly from the financial services sector—on government.

“The protesters’ slogan We are the 99% refers to the growing difference in wealth in the U.S. between the wealthiest 1% and the rest of the population.”

Since then, of course, similar Occupy movements have supposedly spontaneously sprung up in scores of cities around the country in solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street movement. There is even one in my little city of Asheville, North Carolina.

A number of people with the Occupy Asheville group have been arrested and certainly they have created much controversy in the area. As I said earlier, I had intended to get into this topic in my last lecture but ended up deleting that section due to lack of time.

But as our Father-God had obviously (in hindsight) predetermined, the reason I did not get into it last time was because I was going to receive an email from the Occupy Asheville movement, inviting me as a one of the “faith leaders of Asheville” to come and meet with representatives of the group to learn first-hand what it was all about.

So, I accepted the offer. I was one of about 20 “faith leaders” who attended the meeting on Wednesday, November 16 (2011). I did not have the opportunity to catch everyone’s names and who they represented, but among the ones I remember were a woman from the UUs church—the Unitarian Universalists.

The man next to me was a Zen Buddhist—but he was not Oriental; he was white, presumably American. There was a Presbyterian, an Episcopalian, a chaplain from some organization, a black pastor from Western North Carolina (WNC) Baptist Fellowship, and the white pastor of the First Baptist Church in Asheville.

The white Baptist pastor was a man named Guy Sayles whose name was at the bottom of the email invitation, as one of the organizers, along with Occupy Asheville supporter Rosetta Star, and Howard Hangar, who runs a downtown center called the Jubilee Community.

The Rev. Hangar’s title is Minister of Ritual and Celebration. Back in the 1980s he was on staff of the Central United Methodist Church. But then he got this Jubilee Community started in a former nightclub in downtown Asheville. Curiously enough, the street address for the Jubilee Community is 46 Wall Street.

For readers of this blog, that seemingly obtuse reference to 46 Wall Street is for those familiar with Bible number symbolism and/or Bible gematria. In this reference, 46 refers to Herod’s temple. The human body has 46 chromosomes: 23 from mom, 23 from dad. The century-old address for the JP Morgan banking dynasty office is 23 Wall Street.

The late Bonnie Gaunt, a friend of mine, had written about 15 books detailing her amazing finds of the astounding symbolism hidden in Bible gematria. I obtained all the publisher had left of the 15 titles and we still have a small supply of each of a couple titles of the Bonnie’s books left in stock. Email me if you are interested.

I want to state for the record that all the people I met at this meeting seemed to be fine people, who are sincerely concerned for the poor and the less fortunate in society. That includes the attendees, as well as the organizers, and also the several people from the Occupy Asheville movement itself.

That said, there is much more to share with you about what I learned first-hand about the OWS movement, but at this juncture, I need to lay some foundational understanding about the broad picture, meaning the global plan of the Insiders, the Deep Staters, the cabal, or biblically, the Mystery Babylonians.

Once you have comprehended the broad picture, then you will easily see, as I do, how the Occupy movements fit into a global conspiracy with biblical prophetic significance. To give you more of the broad picture, I will share more of my own experiences concerning how I came to understand the global picture. This takes us all the way back to the very first lecture/chapter in this series.

I do not intend to sound boastful or arrogant that I see what is going on, as though I am so smart and the rest of the people are idiots. No, not at all. Those of us whose eyes have been opened, realize that it was our Father’s plan to let us see, and He expects us to do something with that knowledge, and we will be accountable and responsible for what we do with this knowledge.

We are all products of our ancestry and our environment. ...our genetics and our upbringing. Our environment includes our schooling. If we are taught by socialists, or communists or liberals; chances are, we are going to think along the same lines.

As much as I enjoy each year following Ohio State football—and until COVID-19, I met each autumn weekend with the Buckeye alumni/alumnae and fan club to watch the Bucks at a local sports bar venue!

However, I have to tell you that my enjoyment of watching the football team does not extend to support or appreciation for its academic functions. I have said many times, that when I graduated with a degree in journalism from the Ohio State University, I was very liberal. So liberal that I came out “a socialist by default.” Not an activist socialist, but I was of that mindset.

I believe it was Winston Churchill who once quipped that if you are not a liberal by the time you are 20, then you don’t have a heart; but if you are not a conservative by the time you are 40, then you don’t have a brain.

That, of course, is an over-simplification, but I trust you see the point. Unfortunately, so many (most) of the younger generations today are so indoctrinated by their 12, or 16, or more years of schooling that they might never overcome it. And thus, we have seen appearing what we could call “an entitlement generation.” More on that later as I discuss more details of the Occupy movement.

So I was no different. I came out of Ohio State with a socialist mindset. Why? Because the professors were almost all of that mindset, except one—and he turned out to be the one I liked the most, and from whom I learned the most. He was my professor of public relations. (I double-tracked in broadcast journalism and public relations.)

He had spent about 30 years in the business world before becoming a professor in the school of  journalism. He was almost universally scorned by the rest of the faculty because his conservatism was well known on campus.

In any event, his teaching in my senior year got me thinking, but it was not enough to counter the overwhelmingly socialist and liberal teachings of the other professors.

But less than a year later, as I was working at a public relations agency in Columbus, God put in my path a plethora of material which so stunned and shocked me that it took me at least six months of total immersion reading and studying in my spare time to conclude that almost everything I had been taught in school about history and about how the world worked was a great deception.

I am going to share with you the basics of what I learned then and which, after 36 (now 45) years, I have found to be a more accurate view of history, current events, and the way the world really works, than any other view I have ever encountered.

My view is premised upon the fact that conspiracies are a way-of-life in the world of politics, government, religion, law, education, commerce, and international banking, to name a few. Quoting from the first lecture in this series, I stated:

What I found was that there exists and has existed for a long time, a well-entrenched plan..., a plan to control and rule the world—not for the benefit of the people—but to satisfy the lusts for power and wealth and control over everyone else by certain elitists, whom, for now, we will simply refer to as “the Insiders.”

As I stated earlier, I immersed myself in studying this information for six months, and the more I read and compared it to what was happening both in the USA and the world, the more convinced I became that it was essentially true. Later in this series, I will give you an example of some of my own personal research on this conspiracy which simply added more proof.

So here we are now, deep in this Mystery Babylon series and how timely it turned out to be that the Occupy movement is in the news as I share my discoveries of over three decades ago.

You see, I was one of the fortunate ones in my graduating class from journalism school, because jobs were pretty scarce then, too, but with a glowing letter of recommendation from that conservative, PR professor at Ohio State, I was able to land a job with a small public relations agency.

However, after about a year, clients were few, and I was let go. (Yes, I know what it feels like to be fired.) Fortunately, I soon found another job, this time as a Public Information Officer with the Department of Development for the City of Columbus.

To my delight, it paid almost twice the salary of what the job in the private sector had paid. The Department had a small but very fascinating library. One day on my lunch break a particular section of big volumes caught my eye.

These were large-format and thick books, the annual reports over the years, from various major, tax-exempt foundations such as the Ford Foundation, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, the Russell Sage Foundation, and of course, the various Rockefeller foundations, among many others.

Remember in previous blogs how I mentioned how investigators of all sorts have a cardinal rule which says, “follow the money?” Well, the reason these books caught my eye was that I had just been reading some investigative reporting articles in a national magazine.

The articles claimed that many, if not most, of the demonstrations and riots in the streets of American cities in the 60s and early 70s were financed with money from foundations and from very wealthy families and individuals...Which begs the question: Why would those very wealthy people do that? We will address that later. Today, think of The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation among numerous others.

Two examples come to mind. Back in those days—the late 1960s—there was a radical Leftist organization called the SDS, the Students for a Democratic Society. They held protests and demonstrations on many college campuses and even occupied, I think it was, the administration building at Columbia University.

Many college students in their youthful idealism can easily be riled up and persuaded to protest and demonstrate against what they perceive as grave wrongs and injustices in our country. In those days, it was the struggle for racial equality, and then even bigger, the protests against the Vietnam war. They were massive.

Those of us old enough will undoubtedly remember the tragedy at Kent State University (near Akron, Ohio) and how the Ohio National Guard opened fire and killed four protesting students, right? Wrong! What most do not know to this day is that there were agents provocateur among or behind the naive young demonstrators, and one of the provocateurs fired a shot towards the guardsmen, triggering the reaction, and the rest is history.

Back to the large tax-exempt foundations... It has been 33 or more years ago, so I cannot now remember all the specific details of the recipient organizations and which foundations gave how much, but I want you to understand the principle here.

What I found in those volumes, the official records of major foundations, was that these tax-exempt foundations were providing the money which financed the riots in the streets. Sometimes the money was funneled through front groups or “cut-outs” before it finally ended up in the hands of the Leftist radical leaders.

This illustrates one of the main points of this blog series, and it goes back to the concept I shared with you on several occasions now: the tension of opposites. (This concept is one that is being skipped over in order to jump to the present day riots, and to which concept we shall return later in this series.) In this particular application, it is described by several terms: one is “pressure from above and pressure from below.”

Another term is “revolutionary parliamentarianism.” We will explain them more fully in a moment, but the concept behind both these terms can be traced back to the early 19th century German philosopher named Georg [Gay’-org] Hegel [Hay’-gull]. He came up with (or actually he probably synthesized it from others)—the idea that history is the result of conflict.

With that we would agree. After all, we ourselves hold the position that God ordained the tension of opposites as man’s means of learning on this earth. But Hegel went further and suggested that those with the means could use the dialectic to control history.

Essentially, this meant that the most clever, powerful, and wealthy individuals or families or groups could control the state to their own advantage. This is not a new idea. It hearkens back to the ancient Greek philosopher, Plato, who is the intellectual patron saint of all collectivists and totalitarians.

We shall continue on this topic in the next installment.

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