Sunday, February 02, 2014

Synarchism: The Root of Fascism and Fascist Root of __________________?

Synarchism - the fascist roots of the Wolfowitz cabal

wikipedia |  The most substantial early use of the word "synarchy" comes from the writings of Alexandre Saint-Yves d'Alveydre (1842–1909), who used the term in his book La France vraie to describe what he believed was the ideal form of government.[3] In reaction to the emergence of anarchist ideologies and movements, Saint-Yves elaborated a political formula which he believed would lead to a harmonious society. He defended social differentiation and hierarchy with collaboration between social classes, transcending conflict between social and economic groups: synarchy, as opposed to anarchy. Specifically, Saint-Yves envisioned a Federal Europe (as well as all the states it has integrated) with a corporatist government composed of three councils, one for academia, one for the judiciary, and one for commerce.

Rule by a secret elite Some conspiracy theorists use the word "synarchy" to describe a shadow government, a form of government where political power effectively rests with a secret elite, in contrast to an "oligarchy" where the elite is or could be known by the public.[5]

Occultism Some authors[who?] have claimed that Saint-Yves was a "theocratic occultist" who used "synarchy" to describe a form of government where political power effectively rests with secret societies or, more precisely, esoteric societies, which are composed of oracles. Furthermore he is supposed to have associated "synarchy" with the rule of "ascended masters" who lived in the subterranean caverns of Agartha and supposedly communicated with him telepathically.[6] However, other authors[who?] have described these claims about Saint-Yves as false and originating in occult conspiracy theories.[citation needed]

In Vichy France According to former OSS officer William Langer (Our Vichy Gamble, Alfred A Knopf, New York, 1947), there were French industrial and banking interests who "even before the war, had turned to Nazi Germany and had looked to Hitler as the savior of Europe from Communism. These people were as good fascists as any in Europe. Many of them had extensive and intimate business relations with German interests and were still dreaming of a new system of 'synarchy', which meant government of Europe on fascist principles by an international brotherhood of financiers and industrialists."

This theory allegedly originated with the discovery of a document called Pacte Synarchique following the death of Jean Coutrot, former member of Groupe X-Crise, on May 15, 1941. According to this document, a Mouvement Synarchique d'Empire had been founded in 1922, with the aim of abolishing parliamentarianism and replacing it with synarchy. This led to the belief that La Cagoule, a far-right organisation, was the armed branch of French synarchism, and that some important members of the Vichy Regime were synarchists. An investigation was in fact ordered by the Vichy government, leading to the Rapport Chavin[7] but no evidence for the existence of the Mouvement Synarchiste d'Empire was found. Most of the presumed synarchists were either associated with the Banque Worms or with Groupe X-Crise and were close to Admiral François Darlan, and this has led to the belief that synarchists had engineered the military defeat of France for the profit of Banque Worms.[8]

This belief system has been dismissed as a "work of a paranoid imagination which wove together the histories of three disparate groups of activists, creating a conspiracy among them where none existed".[9] In fact, some historians suspect that the Pacte Synarchique was a hoax created by some members of La Cagoule to weaken Darlan and his technocrats.[10]

Propaganda Due The Propaganda Due lodge (P2) was a "textbook example" of an attempt to establish a synarchy, as it united politicians, the Catholic Church, and the Mafia-controlled drug economy.[11]

LaRouche Lyndon LaRouche, leader of a controversial movement on the political fringe,[12][13] describes a wide-ranging historical phenomenon, starting with Alexandre Saint-Yves d'Alveydre and the Martinist Order followed by important individuals, organizations, movements and regimes that are alleged to have been synarchist, including the government of Nazi Germany.[14] He claims that during the Great Depression an international coalition of financial institutions, raw materials cartels, and intelligence operatives, installed fascist regimes throughout Europe (and tried to do so in Mexico) to maintain world order and prevent the repudiation of international debts.[15] LaRouche identifies the former U.S. Vice President and former PNAC member Dick Cheney as a modern "synarchist", and claims that "synarchists" have "a scheme for replacing regular military forces of nations, by private armies in the footsteps of a privately financed international Waffen-SS-like scheme, a force deployed by leading financier institutions, such as the multi-billions funding by the U.S. Treasury, of Cheney's Halliburton gang."[16]

9 comments:

woodensplinter said...

Given the way in which Banksterism is identified with Zionist Jewry and simultaneously with Synarchism - it is an astonishing mystery and puzzle of history that Synarchism is at the root of fascism, as well. Who is the puppet, and who the puppet-master in all this?

CNu said...

So, we predictably had MHP on the teevee this morning, and she was on about that low-class Stanford educated imbecile of a cornerback..., a cornerback for Chrissakes!!!! comparing his inane mouthings to the incomparable defiance of a primetime Muhammad Ali.


All I'm saying about Welsing is that in her prime, and in the context in which she spoke it - she was very creatively and innovatively defiant. Primetime Ali is to "Dick" Sherman what primetime Welsing is to the pseudoanonymous phuktard devega.

Vic78 said...

What the hell is up with MHP? America's foremost public intellectual fixed her mouth to say that? People need their asses whupped for that one. Did she say it at the table or when she faced the camera?

CNu said...

And you know what, nobody's done it better since. Why was there a moratorium placed on the questions she posed and the way in which she posed them?



I kind of take that as a litmus test for sincerity, greatness and objective speaking of truth to power. If what comes along forty years later doesn't reflect a continuous evolutionary progression, then I begin to question the degeneracy and know for certain that something's not right in Denmark.

ken said...

"I'm asking BD for data to support his contention that measured racial IQ differences stem from genetics. You posted a link to what seems to be a book, without any comment. I'm not willing to read an entire book as a sort of preamble to understanding whatever tangent you're interested in about theory."


I had no dog in this fight I provided what I figured would be the data (from the book I linked to) that would be something BD would likely site because I wanted to see the debate move on. That's all I was doing. I have my own premonitions what the theory of evolution has to conclude, but I wanted to watch it play out here.


As for you reading a book, it seemed to me the guy has an introduction, that discusses a topic and then tells what chapter he expands his research and his data.

CNu said...

I have my own premonitions what the theory of evolution has to conclude, but I wanted to watch it play out here. You couldn't succinctly articulate the theory of evolution if your life depended on it.

I had no dog in this fight I provided what I figured would be the data
(from the book I linked to) that would be something BD would likely site
because I wanted to see the debate move on.So.., you tried to instigate some clowning for your own little pointy-headed amusement? When Rushton died last January, who do you think the very first person to spam up my inbox with news of his demise was? http://subrealism.blogspot.com/2013/01/speaking-of-eugenic-conspiranoid.html

If Big Don thought that any of the race-ologists had any standing in the scientific mainstream, he'd be the very first one to invoke them in discussion here as elsewhere. As it turns out, he knows better. He knows that these clowns in the church of the twoandahalfinchpunisher have no more standing in the reality-based intellectual sphere than the mythological Matthew, Mark, Luke, or John.

Smart people have to put up with various and sundry types of idiocy every.single.day. But, being hoodwinked and bamboozled into antics by the soft-headed and helmet-wearing isn't one of them.

makheru bradley said...

Dayum, an Afrikan American imbecile can graduate from Stanford. Pretty much blows Big Don's theories out of the water.

makheru bradley said...

“And you know what, nobody's done it better since.” I totally agree. Dr. Welsing is the best in her field of study since Frantz Fanon. And I would say the same thing about Dr. Marimba Ani.

http://bit.ly/1emTmNA

makheru bradley said...

And you know what, nobody's done it better since.

I totally agree. Dr. Welsing is the best in her field of study since Frantz Fanon. And I would say the same thing about Dr. Marimba Ani.

http://bit.ly/1emTmNA

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