Shamangineer | Fascism
I really enjoyed this one Greg, not as much of smooth flowing podcast you normally do but plenty of good info. Ill defiantly check out the notes to dig a little deeper.
Ill second that. The corporation history alone is well worth the listen.
I noticed in the podcast comments Shamangineer copped a lot of flack for this one. I think some people who are invested in an ideology don't like hearing any criticism of their camp. I love your shows Shamangineer they are different and I like that, keep up the good work and don't let the naysayers get you down.
Thanks for he vote of confidence guys, this was a tough one to slog through. I know it was not as fluid as usual because I was trying to keep things very structured and read from my notes quite a bit to keep from people tuning out on the content. The Youtube comments were particularly brutal. Most were full of sound and fury, while saying nothing.
You only take flack when your over the target. And in my humble opinion you are consistently over the target. Thank you for your work.
This three hours flew by. I really enjoy the shamangeneer shows, I'm pretty new to the podcast and so going for these ones first. I think it's because the esoteric elements are well researched and the science is not dogmatic. On the Ayn Rand topic, what exactly is she so worshipped for? She seems like she is thought highly of in freudian circles or red pill circles
I'll probably listen to all three of the past Shamangineer shows a few more times. This one was like a useful reference book. Thanks for your hard work, friend! As the weeks go by and my mind expands, I can hear more things that I missed the first time around. I listened to the first one again and thought "did I really hear this already?" The perspective on physics is inspiring, and the emphasis on the aether model really helped me visualize how a few things in the universe probably work...
More evidence that Trump was involved in money laundering surfaces in relation to the Trump Ocean Club in Panama:
"a bipartisan group of six lawmakers, led by Sens. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., and Tim Kaine, D-Va., is proposing a new AUMF that would greatly expand who the president can place in indefinite military detention, all in the name of restricting presidential power. If the Corker-Kaine bill becomes law as currently written, any president, including Donald Trump, could plausibly claim extraordinarily broad power to order the military to imprison any U.S. citizen, captured in America or not, and hold them without charges essentially forever."
With limits like this, who need authority?
Another historical Nazi connection: I was reading the below article about the 2018 Bilderberg meeting and it mentions that the group helped found the EU. Knowing about the Red House Report I bet that Prince Bernhard, the founder of the Bilderberg Group, was a Nazi, sure enough this is discussed briefly in his Wikipedia page. But the role he played in WWII is quite interesting.
"He belonged to the princely House of Lippe and was a nephew of the Principality of Lippe's last sovereign Leopold IV. From birth he held the title Count of Biesterfeld; his uncle raised him to princely rank with the style of Serene Highness in 1916. He studied law and worked as an executive secretary at the Paris office of IG Farben. In 1937 he married Princess Juliana of the Netherlands, and was immediately given the title Prince of the Netherlands with the style of Royal Highness. Upon his wife's accession to the throne he became the prince consort of the Netherlands in 1948.
Although his private life was rather controversial, he was still generally regarded as a charming and popular figure by the majority of the Dutch for his performance as a combat pilot and his activities as a liaison officer and personal aide to the Queen during World War II and for his work during post-war reconstruction. During World War II he was part of the London-based Allied war planning councils and saw active service as a Wing Commander (RAF) flying both fighter and bomber planes into combat. He was a Dutch general and Supreme Commander of the Dutch Armed forces, involved in negotiating the terms of surrender of the German Army in the Netherlands. For proven bravery, leadership and loyalty during his wartime efforts he was appointed a Commander of the Military William Order, the Netherlands' oldest and highest honour. After the war he was also made Honorary Air Marshal of the Royal Air Force by Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom. In 1969, Bernhard was awarded the Grand Cross (Special Class) of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany."
So he was a German-born SS officer who was also on the Allied war planning council and involved in German reconstruction, and who received awards from both sides post-war. I bet that is a deep rabbit hole aside from the whole Bilderberg-EU connection.
Honestly, I cannot look at any royalty bloodlines, from any group, without a knee-jerk skepticism as to their role.
David Icke has talked at length about the Windsors in his books. But so is the Imperial family of Japan notorious for its secrecy, and according to Benjamin Fulford, a despot family related to the Rockefeller families.