A Review of Fairies, the First Industry and Political Correctness; or the Genealogy of the New World Order.
Natural law copyright by Anthony Lane Hargis
Is the New World Order a New Stone Age?
Is there a connection between the income tax and the Communist Manifesto?
Is there a connection between the Communist Manifesto and the covenant of Moses?
And, of all things, what do fairies have to do with all this?
This inquiry began as a search for the origin of the New World Order, which is a gentle phrase for the aim of world conquest. As such, I never expected this aim to carry the same name thru-out the ages; rather, I looked for doctrines that included terms of oppression, suppression of dissent and, generally, an extreme disregard for human life.
In this volume, we go back in time and discover a brotherhood of tax collectors and tax consumers– disguised as “royal merchants” and priests, that has gone unrecognized for, at least, four thousand years. During that time it has worked relentlessly to capture nation after nation, reducing each one, by the introduction of moral decadence and the looting of its resources, to a level of national exhaustion, little better than a Stone Age condition of society.
This essay examines the stories of the Old Testament and concludes it to be a meticulously constructed lawbook and recruiting device – based on rules and rituals that were fully developed by our Stone Age ancestors – for a brotherhood of tax collectors. When you read this essay, you should have your Bible handy to check Biblical quotations; otherwise, you simply will not believe what you read.
Other writers have examined, and validated, most of what I discuss; but, for various reasons, they could not proceed to conclusions I have made. Perhaps they feared the reflection on their religious beliefs; perhaps their conscience could not accept the hideous crimes that would have to be attributed to current world destroyers. Israel Shahak, for example, a survivor of a German work camp and a former chemistry professor at Tel Aviv University, gives ample evidence of the favored role Jews have had as tax collectors and money lenders since the time of Babylon– but he could not carry his analysis beyond these facts.
This will not be an easy read for the well-intentioned Jew or Christian; it is never easy for a man to confront evidence that he has been treacherously used by his “leaders.” Nor will Fires that Cry be an easy read for he who is tender of heart; for, we discover a time portal that originates in Stone Age culture and permits this brotherhood of tax collectors to transport the blood-curdling customs and practices – the demented, waggling heads and self-castrations – of the Stone Age into our own day, bringing turbulence and ruin to our lives.
But, for he who means well – for he who values freedom for himself or his children, Fires that Cry should open a vista that has never been offered before: the attempt to impose the New World Order is nothing less than the attempt to impose a New Stone Age.
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