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We are all slaves and there is no freedom - PART 3

Updated on October 14, 2012

A proposal for a New Politico-Economic System

Past and Present Enslavement – Historical Facts

….continued from PART 2


Originally, some additions to the ranks of the privileged were permitted by the rulers because they were indispensable in providing the military muscle necessary to permit the Barons to keep the occupied obediently in line, but they, the additions, were usually imported from abroad. For example, to keep their British colony in line, the Norman and French rulers imported French muscle and turned them into nobles.

However, because the descendants of the barons were not always the most intelligent or the most frugal financial managers, a number of them began to squander their fortunes. Wars of expansion were costly and gradually the bankers began to take over. The Rothschild family began to make themselves indispensable during the Napoleonic wars and they were eventually firmly established in the privileged ruling class. They are now so powerful that they have joined the ranks of “The Controllers” and govern our lives to a considerable degree.

It is well worth watching the following video which can give you an idea of the extent our lives are ruled. Do not be sidetracked by the race of Rothschild as it has nothing to do with the problem. Remember that the same race has give us over 140 Nobel prize winners who were instrumental in making a better world.

The Rothschild Controllers

When the locals were sufficiently brainwashed into believing that they were actually free and that their kings and queens were not really foreigners taking advantage of them but were somehow converted into being ‘English’ by some mysterious act of God, the rulers began to ennoble gifted personalities from the ranks of the locals who might perpetuate the rulers’ reign. Lord Nelson and Alfred, Lord Tennyson are classic examples. The brilliant poetry of Lord Tennyson was very much pro royalty and this earned him a Baronetcy. The talented Sir Arthur Conan Doyle served his masters well with his pamphlet The War in South Africa: It’s Cause and Conduct and was knighted. The genius of Charles Dickens was ignored by the ruling class, because his books were too close to the mark by far.


In the case of modern “democracies”, for ‘Royalty’ please read ‘Ruling Class’. Even though you may not have official royalty in your own country, the behaviour described here is directly related to the behaviour of your own ruling class.

The monarch reserves the right for himself to ‘ennoble’, which is a powerful tool of bribery of some individuals . (In Democracies this is translated into getting cushy jobs with grandiose titles - like ‘Ambassador’ - for life or prestigious long term employment at tax payer expense). In the beginning the titles that were given to those with manpower behind them were hereditary because important allies with their own manpower, who would also risk their lives defending the monarch’s interests, had to be seduced with sufficient bribes for the purpose. People with only their own muscle and skill to contribute were usually ‘knighted’.

In modern times, when the slaves are not required to risk their lives on a daily basis, hereditary titles can be done away with unless it is for the monarch’s own children. In consequence, ‘life’ peerages or knighthoods are now given to those who have the ear of large numbers of people who can promote the interest of the ruling class, like actors, politicians and comedians, but most importantly to those who can be of daily practical use to the monarch or the ruling party.

As stated previously, by knighting the commissioner of police immediately upon appointment, the commissioner is brought within the sphere of influence of the palace. The same applies to judges and other civil servants in positions of power. This ensures that any family members and persons of interest to the palace are kept out of the public eye in case of indiscretions which might involve the police or the courts. Newspaper editors are likewise kept in line by promises of ‘ennoblement’. Result: they battle between themselves on who will shout the loudest in favour of Royalty. When news barons are caught by their competitors in acts which are too outrageous to be ignored, they lose any chance of ennoblement and are then free to turn on the royals, since they then have nothing to lose.

Today, how much does royalty care for its ‘subjects’ in these times of extreme financial distress?

The following are from British newspaper headings or articles which, however, always appear to die away without a whimper. I ask my British friends to note that the following are not my own creations, but actual news items reported in the media over the recent past:

· The Queen (Note: the wealthiest woman in Europe), asked ministers for a poverty hand-out to help heat her palaces but was advised against this because it was feared it would be a public relations disaster

· Corruption probes launched into Duke of York's £15m home deal. Sunninghill was sold for £15million in 2007, despite having languished on the market for more than five years with a £12million price tag.

· Prince Charles's gets a 12% pay-rise from the taxpayer... despite income from his own business rising to £18m

· Camilla's sister enjoys a £170,000 royal pay day to refurbish Charles' holiday cottages

· Business as usual for Airmiles Andy: He's still costing a fortune... even though he's quit as trade envoy

· Prince Andrew clocked up £378,000 bill on flights in his last few months as a controversial global ambassador for UK trade and industry

· Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall's private jet for tour of Middle East, South Africa and Tanzania cost taxpayers £460,387

· Prince Harry's jubilee tour on behalf of the Queen in March cost £107,098

· But accounts show that Royal Family cost Britain just 52p per head which amounts to £32.3million, up £200,000 on previous year

· Airmiles Andy gets ready for The Open: Prince takes £3,000 helicopter flight on golfing treat to play championship course

· The Queen's hidden cousins: They were banished to an asylum in 1941 and left neglected now an intriguing documentary reveals all

Who are these individuals and why do they hold their own people in so much contempt?

All British rulers have either laid a claim to some kind of connection to William the Conqueror as direct descendants - or through French Dukes who married female descendants of William - or in the case of the German House of Hanover, through a distant relationship to the Scottish throne which had become connected to William through marriage (but the latter instance is somewhat vague to me).

In fact, the first two kings from the House of Hanover were born in Germany and could barely speak a few words of English, but the Barons knew that any internal struggle for the throne could lead to another destructive War of the Roses, so they imported a puppet.

Not a single English King or Queen appears to have had a drop of English blood in his or her veins. Welsh and Scottish blood yes, but English, no. Even the Tudor King Henry VIII was descended from a wealthy Welshman who had married the French widow of Henry V, a woman descended from William the Conqueror.

Yet the people of England have been convinced that their Rulers are English and that it is the people’s patriotic duty to die for its Ruling Class as it wages wars in order to acquire additional wealth.

The rulers of other countries are also using similar tactics from different perspectives in order to brainwash their youth into fighting in wars whose exclusive purpose is the increasing of the wealth of their ruling class.


…. Continued in Part 4

From PART 2

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    • De Greek profile imageAUTHOR

      De Greek 

      5 years ago from UK

      SilentReed - "Sligobay's' videos are fascinating. See you at the final stage ;-))

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      5 years ago from Philippines

      Part one pique my curiosity. I shall continue to part four, leaving pebbles of comment along the way for fear of getting lost in the forest of historical facts and peeks into the quirks and perks of the rich and royal. Hopefully to come into the clearing where a proposal for a new politico-economic system lay in wait. :) Meanwhile, I'll make a detour into sligobay's videos. :)) Like drbj's comment, Don't stop :)

    • De Greek profile imageAUTHOR

      De Greek 

      5 years ago from UK

      drbj - I am astonished to find how many others are saying the same thing I am in different ways. I thought that I was inventing the wheel ;-)

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      drbj and sherry 

      5 years ago from south Florida

      Although we do not have a royal aristocracy in America, the members of our ruling class are the highest government officials and the wealthiest citizens. In fact, our present leader (?) has tacitly and even openly encouraged the have-nots to participate in protests against the haves.

      This is a fascinating history you are presenting, Dimi, chock full of tidbits regarding British royalty foibles and escapades. Don't stop!

    • De Greek profile imageAUTHOR

      De Greek 

      5 years ago from UK

      Thanks, John ;-)

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      5 years ago from California

      Good stuff. Keep it coming.

    • De Greek profile imageAUTHOR

      De Greek 

      5 years ago from UK

      sligobay - I have just watched this last video you have recommended and WOW!

      I cannot thank you enough for this. Except for the Venus Project part, it expresses most of the things I wanted to say. It led me to Google search the subject and I am astonished at how many others also feel that we are slaves.

      Thank you very much for your help.

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      5 years ago from east of the equator

      There is a video which discusses the process of human enslavement over the course of time and a new system of democratic equality known as the Venus Project.

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      5 years ago from east of the equator

      Thank you for the reference credit DeGreek. I am honored to assist your "noble" efforts to educate the "slave class". There are many "heroes of the people" who have said "enough is enough" and joined the ranks of the "army of truth". Your work will establish you as one of its leaders. Write on!

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      5 years ago

      After you pointed this out about Princess Diana, I immediately checked out Kate Middleton, only to discover the same thing... sigh.

    • De Greek profile imageAUTHOR

      De Greek 

      5 years ago from UK

      SilverGenes - I am indebted to 'sligobay' for the video, as I had not seen it before he recommended it. It really confirmed my suspicions.

      As for Diana, I am afraid that her family goes back to the French barons and her 18th century ancestress of the same name was referred to by the great Samuel Johnson, the author of the first English dictionary, in terms that my religious upbringing does not allow me to repeat...;-))))

    • De Greek profile imageAUTHOR

      De Greek 

      5 years ago from UK

      Green Lotus, a very interesting comment and I thank you for it.

      I admire people for refusing to accept anyone's right to be better than them by birth and consequently refusing a 'royal honor of ennoblement'.....;-)

      As to the religion of the Rothschild, my impression is that religion was not a serious with them. Just as Normans were of a specific race (Danes) so were the Rothschilds of the Jewish race, whatever country they chose to be citizens of. ;-))

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      5 years ago

      Part three is as interesting as the first two installments. It took me a while to comment because I wanted to watch the video - fascinating. I did know about the bankers and Hitler in the years before the war and had he not been such a truly evil, insane megalomaniac, he might have been a good leader.

      As for British royalty, I remember it being said at the time that the then Lady Diana was more English than any who sat on the throne in a very long time.

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      5 years ago from Atlanta, GA

      Very engaging read yet again, DG. I particularly enjoyed those British news headings and the insights into why people are awarded knighthoods. It's interesting that several celebs including Vanessa Redgrave and John Lennon have turned down that honor in political protest against certain government policies. I can't help but wonder if knighthood would have given Lennon any protection against his lethal American political enemies.

      On another note, I must mention that while your intentions were admirable, you have confused the word "race" with "religion" or "ethnicity" in referring to the Rothschilds.

      Rated up and interesting as always :)


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