His Royal Highness Sir Philip Mountbatten (nee Battenberg) is dead. Also known as Philip Andrew of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderberg-Glücksburg; His Royal Highness Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark; the Duke of Edinburgh, Earl of Merioneth, and Baron Greenwich; Knight of the Order of Australia; and Member of Her Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council;—and, finally, husband of Queen Elizabeth, Philip’s life serves as an absolute antithesis to all those who seek to live a virtuous life and contribute something positive to future generations. His too-long parasitic existence is also an indictment of the last crumbling vestiges of the oligarchical system and degenerate oligarchical culture which has plagued mankind for millennia, and which should now be put to rest.
Bob Ingraham wraps up his ground-breaking history series on the British Empire, by bringing the fight into the 20th and 21st centuries, with a focus on the final destruction of U.S. economic sovereignty after August 15, 1971. But, as he stressed in last week's class, while many other nations have succumbed to imperial banking, the United States is in a unique position, because, for us, such a policy is unconstitutional.
Class 4: America's Unique Role in the Fight Against Empire
The battle lines are being redrawn—forget about Democrat versus Republican. All you have to do is look at Donald Trump's challenge to the Republican Party mis-leadership. In our fourth class on "What is the Modern British Empire," Bob Ingraham gives a vivid history of how Abraham Lincoln defended and saved our Republic from the British Empire. That fight continues to this moment.
Class 3: Defeat Britain's "Empire of the Mind" with Human Creativity
In Class #3 on What is the Modern British Empire, Bob Ingraham presents how the oligarchy denies human creativity, the Thought Police: Paolo Sarpi, Bernard Mandeville, Adam Smith, Jeremy Bentham, and "Pleasure" versus "Happiness".
In the second class in our series, "What is the Modern British Empire?", Bob Ingraham discusses the development of the imperial banking model in Venice, Amsterdam and London, financial speculation, and rule by oligarchy versus the sovereign nation state.
Class 1: Human Discovery and the Commonwealth Principle
Class #1 of our new class series "Why the British Empire is the Enemy of the American Republic and all of Humanity." In this first class, Robert Ingraham covers, how the human species has developed, advanced and increased its power over nature; why we talk about "Physical Economics;" and the Commonwealth Principle.
Davos, 2021 —The Oligarchy Frets as the Crisis Deepens
Day 1 of the World Economic Forum’s 2021 Davos Conference featured a breathtaking display of oligarchical intention to eradicate all national sovereignty and remake the world with the Anglo-Dutch oligarchy in the driver’s seat. This year’s Davos Agenda is a "virtual" conference, taking place on-line. Postings include video presentations, accompanying transcripts, as well as additional supporting material that has been posted on the WEF website.
On January 20, 2021 Joe Biden is scheduled to be inaugurated as President of the United States. On the very next day the World Economic Forum, an organization composed of the richest and most powerful people in the world, will be convening a four day online international conference. The title of that event is “The Davos Agenda,” and it is intended to launch an organizing drive for the WEF’s “Great Reset Initiative.” Since Joe Biden’s campaign slogan and the Great Reset’s campaign slogan are exactly the same, you can make some pretty sound predictions about what is coming from Biden. Do not be fooled by the fact that he repeatedly stumbles over the words in that slogan every time he says it. And, he stumbles through the words repeatedly, in every speech he gives, as if hypnotically entranced.
During his lifetime Benjamin Franklin became the most feared enemy of the British Empire. He fought. He conspired. He recruited. He displayed the same quality of courage as that which is needed today in our fight to rescue the American Republic.
In this concluding installment of our series on Franklin, we ask two questions. First,—Why did Franklin do what he did? And second,—Why did he succeed?