The Hegelian Statist Virus in the Republican Party

By:  Sam Blumenfeld
08/01/2011
       
The Hegelian Statist Virus in the Republican Party

It was the indefatigable investigative historian, Antony Sutton, who finally exposed the Hegelian statist virus that has plagued American politics since the early 20th century. His amazing investigation into Yale’s Skull and Bones secret society, also known as The Order, has now made it possible to understand why the Republican Party has not fulfilled its expected role as a conservative defender of the principles embodied in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. Instead of being a bulwark against leftist socialism, it has been a dialectical accomplice in moving America toward the New World Order. And that is why America is now becoming a socialist state.

Unlike John Birch Society founder Robert Welch, who had long believed in the existence of a communist-insider conspiracy in the United States, Sutton did not believe in such a grand political conspiracy until a great American patriot sent him a bundle of materials that had belonged to her father who had been a member of this secret society at Yale, which is actually an offshoot of the German Illuminati. The papers not only opened Sutton’s eyes, but helped him understand why America had helped establish the communist regime in Russia while at the same time pretending to be anti-communist.

It was the indefatigable investigative historian, Antony Sutton, who finally exposed the Hegelian statist virus that has plagued American politics since the early 20th century. His amazing investigation into Yale’s Skull and Bones secret society, also known as The Order, has now made it possible to understand why the Republican Party has not fulfilled its expected role as a conservative defender of the principles embodied in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. Instead of being a bulwark against leftist socialism, it has been a dialectical accomplice in moving America toward the New World Order. And that is why America is now becoming a socialist state.

Unlike John Birch Society founder Robert Welch, who had long believed in the existence of a communist-insider conspiracy in the United States, Sutton did not believe in such a grand political conspiracy until a great American patriot sent him a bundle of materials that had belonged to her father who had been a member of this secret society at Yale, which is actually an offshoot of the German Illuminati. The papers not only opened Sutton’s eyes, but helped him understand why America had helped establish the communist regime in Russia while at the same time pretending to be anti-communist.

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