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Jan 2, 2013

[Kazumoto Iguchis blog] Talk on “The Collectivist Conspiracy” by Mr. Griffin: Which do you side with?

It is good enough to watch the video for the first six minutes.  He gives a talk about something important, but few people understand it.  As I gave a lecture in the past, his talk is about the fact that “The elite try to finance both of the two opposite forces and pull strings to make them fight with each other.  Whichever side wins, it makes no difference to the elite.
In the case of Japan, there seems to be a confrontation between the Democratic Party of Japan and the Liberal Democratic Party or between the group of Koreans residing in Japan and the right-wing group.  However, in fact it is the same people that control Japan.
It is well known that the Unification Church and the Soka Gakkai religious group are deeply connected with the CIA.  In a word, people called ‘Netouyo’ (online right-wingers) are ideologically immature.

Masatoshi Takeshita
December 29, 2012

English translation of an excerpt from a Japanese article: Kazumoto Iguchi’s blog – December 29, 2012 –

Talk on “The Collectivist Conspiracy” by Mr. Gtiffin:  Which do you side with?

Mr. Griffin, who is very famous in this field, gives a talk on “The Collectivist Conspiracy.”

On this earth, everybody except royal families cannot make a living without making money.  This is, in a word, the “servile class.”  Putting it in a little bit milder way, it is the “working class.”
The elite and royal families have figured out the way how they can make such slaves feel as if they participated in this world.
According to Mr. Griffin, it is something called “collectivism.”

The rightmost side is dictatorship and the leftmost one is also extreme-leftwing dictatorship.  Both of them are merely one form of collectivism.  And both were provided to rivet the attention of slaves, the mass on the society so that they can vent their frustration.

The elite delude the servile class into thinking that what slaves have thought by themselves in this way is this level of society and, therefore, they have to be satisfied with it.  It seems that such advanced tactics is “collectivism.”

Mr. Griffin explains that it is “collectivism” to make both of the right and left sides fight with each other as if they were rugby or soccer team players.  However, it is said that this was exactly stipulated in the plan of operation made by Amschel Rothschild, the originator of Barbarian Illuminati founded in the 18th century.  I marvel at his brilliant insight.  I have to tip my hat to him.

This is truly horrifying “collectivist conspiracy.”

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