By R.J. Godlewski
© September 27, 2011, All Rights Reserved
“Black Science (mind control) is first and foremost ‘the science of intelligence.’ And when speaking of intelligence, we distinguish between two types: Innate intelligence and gathered intelligence.” 1
“While this is a sorry comment on the human race in general, the fact that 95 percent of human beings make little or no effort to improve their intellectual capacity or their reasoning ability is actually good for us individually so far as our Black Science craft is concerned.”2
For the record, I have never considered the Prophet Muhammad as some half crazed lunatic wandering in the desert conducting unthinkable savagery upon his fellow man. I simply view him as an opportunist who saw an opening to unify Arabia through elevating “chief god” Allah into an omnipotent being and employing the Arabic term implying devotion to tribal dignity, islam, as a new religion, Islam. Muhammad ibn Abdallah would not have been someone that I would have cared to meet, but I have never considered him some form of diabolical monster with an insatiable thirst for blood.3 He was simply a warrior priest out for personal gain.
Similarly, I never envisioned Satan as an equally bloodthirsty being with horns protruding from his head and a sinister goatee sprouting from his chin. The Devil, I perceive, is simply cunning, not scary. Intelligently so, perhaps. Satan cannot ply his trade as long as we are scared – and, therefore – alert of him. He is, after all, not God. Therefore, he tries to manipulate us into doing his dirty deeds for him. Few honest human beings would have, for instance, voted Adolf Hitler into office had they been aware of his institutionalized plan to incinerate 6 million Jews. Instead, der fuehrer – through the help of the Devil himself – led Germany into believing that he was all for “hope and change” and that the Nazi party would “fundamentally change” the Republic for the better.
The deceit here rests with the political views of the early 20th century. Most people, even today, naturally assumed that the Nazis (officially National Socialism) were diametrically opposed to Soviet Communism. In fact, they actually went to war against one another – after they made ‘peace’ and divided Poland betwixt them. This is why most politicians today aim squarely for that perceived “middle ground” between the Progressive Left and the Radical Right. The truth remains, however, that the Nazis and Communists shared the same bunk on the fascist train of despair.