The Confederate Flag and The Illuminati

June 26, 2015 at 4:14 pm (Commentary, Geopolitics and International Relations, History, News, Poetry) (, , , , , , , , )

The Confederate Flag and The Illuminati

Two men
One named Robert E. Lee
The other named Albert Pike
Both generals in the Confederate Army
Lee was personally an abolitionist- describing slavery as an “evil institution”
Pike was a life-long proponent of slavery and believed in the inferiority of blacks
Lee was actually Abraham Lincoln’s first choice to command the Union Army
(but when Lee’s home state of Virginia opted for secession, he followed his home state in April 1861)
Pike was one of the co-founders of the Ku Klux Klan after the U.S. Civil
War (his role in founding this organization whitewashed in American history through the efforts of another organization he belonged to- Scottish Rite Freemasonry)
The Confederate Flag known today was not actually the official government flag of the Confederacy
It was the Battle Flag of Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia
In the 1920s as the Ku Klux Klan staged an early 20th Century comeback, it was not Lee’s Confederate Flag they waved through the streets but the Stars and Stripes banner of the U.S.A.
It was in the 1980s that a group calling itself the Aryan Nations made the Confederate battle flag of Lee its symbol
In the 1880s (100 years earlier), Pike in his personal letters sang praises of a symbol called the Swastika and talked about the superiority of the Aryan race and the inferiority of the blacks and the treachery of the Jews
(words that would be echoed 40 years later by a Charlie Chaplin lookalike giving speeches in Germany in the 1920s)
Lee was a Christian
Pike in his book Morals and Dogma stated that Lucifer was the light side of God and Adonai (Yahweh) was the dark side of God
Lee is buried underneath Lee Chapel at Washington and Lee University in Lexington Virginia
Pike was buried at Oak Hill Cemetery in Washington D.C.
In 1944, his remains were removed to the House of The Temple in Washington D.C. (The headquarters of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Southern Jurisdiction, U.S.A.)
Pike being an influential Freemason (Sovereign Grand Commander of the Scottish Rite’s Southern Jurisdiction for 32 years) never lost his U.S. citizenship despite being a pro-slavery Confederate general
Lee an abolitionist Confederate general only had his U.S. citizenship posthumously restored in 1975
May 31st 1801- The Supreme Council of Scottish Rite Freemasonry is first established in the U.S. in Charleston South Carolina
June 29th 1963 – Lucifer worshipping Freemasons from a Scottish rite lodge in Charleston South Carolina sacrifice a baby in a black magic ceremony while at the same time a group of Lucifer worshipping Masonic Cardinals perform a satanic Act of Enthronement in the Vatican
This claim was made by Jesuit priest Malachi Martin and naturally he was laughed at by others
But then again back in the late ’70s and early ’80s, Father Martin was laughed at for making the claim that certain Catholic priests were sodomizing little boys and many bishops were covering up for them
And we all know today how wrong Father Martin was for making that claim don’t we?
June 17th 2015- A mass shooting takes place at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in downtown Charleston South Carolina when 21-year-old Dylann Roof shoots and kills 9 people
In photos posted on-line before the massacre Roof is seen burning an American flag (the same flag that was being proudly waved and carried through the streets in photos of KKK rallies in the 1920s)
He is then seen waving a Confederate flag- abolitionist Gen. Lee’s Battle flag of the Army of Northern Virginia- a flag hijacked by white segregationists in the mid-20th Century and further hijacked by the Aryan Nations in the 1980s
(I guess if a “Religion of Peace” like Islam can be hijacked by terrorists if we can believe the words of that most intellectually inclined of American Presidents- George W. Bush- then an abolitionist General’s Battle flag can be hijacked by white segregationists and white supremacists)
Racists are people ignorant of true history
Actually the same can be said of most liberals as well- ignorance of true history
That’s one characteristic racists and most liberals do share in common- an abysmal ignorance of actual history.
And so the cry echoes up and down America to, in Stalinesque-like fashion, airbrush Lee’s battle flag from the landscape and pages of American history
And in his tomb in the House of The Temple in Washington D.C., Pike is at rest- Freemason (as Basil Fawlty whispers, “Don’t mention the Klan. I mentioned it once but I think I got away with it”) and American patriot
In his tomb underneath Lee Chapel at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia, Lee, abolitionist and true Southern gentleman (and restored American citizen only in 1975), rolls over as his battle flag disappears from the American landscape.

-A free verse poem
written by Christopher
Thursday June 25th


  1. Randstein said,

    Thank you Chris. I see the same voice in those liberals that purge any history they find disfavor in and the ISIS movement that has destroyed countless artifacts of early civilization. Both justify their actions with profound ignorance of what puts the human in humanity. What a disappointment it will be when others come along and erase them from history as well. I can see the scientific journals 1000 years from now when scientists and archaeologists claim there is no proof mankind had any civilization or understood the arts before the year 2050. You can’t dig up and dust off a gazillion tweets to find out what we were really like. They’ll need artifacts – the ones we destroyed – to know the truth of our existence.

    • draculvanhelsing said,

      That’s a very good point, Daniel.

      To erase history is to humanity what erasing one’s memory is to an individual person.

      I remember as a child, I often wondered that if the highly advanced technological civilization of Atlantis actually existed in antiquity, why have no relics been found?

      Looking at today’s world in 2015, I feel I have the answer.

      The ancient Atlanteans may have advanced technologically to the point where they stored all their documents, records, archives and histories in cyberspace connected to by computers and smart phones.

      Then when an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) from disgruntled Occupy Atlantis anarchist rebels was released into the upper atmosphere, it fried the land’s electrical grid and thus all their computer and electronic data systems.

      Atlantis’ civilization thus became lost to history.

      • Randstein said,

        The risk of that happening somewhere in the world today is high. We are becoming a world where the illusion of life found in the one’s and zero’s of binary language is more real to us than the Rock of Gibraltar or the ruins of ancient Greece.

    • draculvanhelsing said,

      Yes, that’s very true.

      I remember an episode of the original Star Trek TV series with William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy I once watched had this plot line- Kirk, Spock and McCoy encountered some guy who actually read volume bound books rather than computers to look for information.

      I actually only saw this episode once (other episodes of this original series I’ve probably seen about 2 or 3 times) but I remember when I saw this episode, I was really really impressed for some reason. And I didn’t know why.

      Flash forward at warp speed to 2015.

      Now, I know why.

      The danger of everything being lost as a result of an electromagnetic pulse or even an exceptionally large solar flare striking the earth.

      • Randstein said,

        It’s always interesting how the hints of such a disaster are plentiful, the warnings insurmountable, and the demand to act irrepressible and yet *poof* we poke the pooch, disaster befalls us and no one is surprised. That reminds me. I need to back up all my files – Doh!

    • draculvanhelsing said,

      Yes, I lost the first four years of my vampire novel (from 2004-2008) when the Journalspace blogging site suffered a computer crash meltdown in December 2008 and I hadn’t backed anything up.

      I didn’t begin writing again until April 2009.

      I began this new series of novels with already established characters (from the earlier series now lost to history).

      It began with Canadian vampire hunter Dracul Van Helsing and South Korean vampire huntress Hyung Grace Kwan making out in a ménage a trois with a beautiful Vampiress with amnesia inside a deserted lighthouse on a dark and stormy night on an oceanic coast while Renfield R. Renfield and Amadeus Emanon stand outside in the middle of the pouring rain awaiting word from their evil employer the billionaire ancient Egyptian vampire Set on when to stage a duo commando style raid on the lighthouse.

      • Randstein said,

        I already know I’ve got to read that story. It might influence my life far more than Edgar Rice Burroughs did. 🙂

    • draculvanhelsing said,

      You’ll go from being a swinger through the trees to just being a swinger in the 1960s and ’70s Hugh Hefner sense of that word.

      • Randstein said,

        Yes, I’m finally old enough to appreciate a good swing. The two vampiresses and the Vampire Huntress could make for an interesting coffee Klatch.

    • draculvanhelsing said,

      Yes, I can picture Doctors Frasier and Niles Crane steaming up the windows of the Cafe Nirvosa in Seattle engaged in this riveting subject.

  2. Nicholas C. Rossis said,

    I expected to see a comment of the recent decision on gay marriage, or of last night’s referendum decision. Once again, you managed to surprise me! 🙂

  3. orvillewrong said,

    The one problem with history is that people can steal and corrupt the pieces they require. This is a great injustice, I am English but I respect the memory of Robert E Lee as both an Officer and Gentleman.

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      I agree.

      And I respect the memory of Robert E. Lee as an officer and a gentleman.

      At one time in Canadian schools anyways, his life and military service was taught.

      That’s why I was so shocked when I read about the antics in the U.S. against him.

      But I suspect now in both countries, history for history’s sake is no longer taught.

      It merely teaches the historical opinion of whatever ideology is deemed politically correct at the moment.

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