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Oligarchic Primacy forWorld GovernmentThe Poor-Man'sGuide ToModernityZahir Ebrahim

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The Poor-Man's Guide to ModernityCopyright NoticeCopyright 2011, 2012 by Zahir Ebrahim.All rights reserved.For non-profit Gratis Distribution Only under Fair-Use DoctrineWords: 272856 Pages: 764 A4 Printed on Sep 9, 2012Published by Project HumanbeingsfirstTMFifth EditionDOWNLOAD ght Zahir Ebrahim. Full permission to copy, repost, and reprint, in its entirety,unmodified and unedited, for any purpose, in any reproduction medium, granted, provided thePDF URL above and this copyright notice are also reproduced verbatim as part of thislicense, and not doing so may be subject to copyright license violation infringement claimspursuant to remedies noted at http://www.copyright.gov/title17/92chap5.html. All images,quotations and excerpts are based on non-profit “fair-use” for personal education andresearch in the public interest consistent with the understanding of laws noted athttp://www4.law.cornell.edu/uscode/17/107.html. Partial replication or dissemination of thisbook with any page omitted is an infringement. Any use beyond non-profit fair-use requireswritten consent from all copyright holders. Verbatim reproduction license and non-profit fairuse of copyrighted material noted at http://Humanbeingsfirst.org#Copyright.This book is typeset in StarOffice and OpenOffice.2 / 764The Poor-Man's Guide to Modernity

Modernity Simplified tothe level of a 'poor-man'(i.e., one with limited ability,or time, or even inclination, tocarefully read, reflect, andreason about the period onelives in)The Poor-Man's Guide to Modernity3 / 764

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Oligarchic Primacy forOne-World Governmentand Its Global Imperatives“Some even believe we are part of a secret cabalworking against the best interests of the United States,characterizing my family and me as 'internationalists'and of conspiring with others around the world to build amore integrated global political and economic structure –one world, if you will. If that's the charge, I standguilty, and I am proud of it.”David Rockefeller,Memoirs, 2002, pg. 405Proud Internationalist, ChairmanThe Council on Foreign Relations,Chase bankThe Poor-Man's Guide to Modernity5 / 764

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“In short, the ‘house of world order’ will have to be builtfrom the bottom up, rather than from the top down. Itwill look like a great ‘booming, buzzing confusion’ to useWilliam James’ famous description of reality, but an endrun around national sovereignty, eroding it pieceby piece will accomplish much more than the oldfashioned frontal assault.Of course, for political as well as administrative reasons,some of these specialized arrangements should bebrought into an appropriate relationship with the centralinstitutions of the U.N. system, but the main thing is thatthe essential functions be performed.”The Hard Road To World Order,The Council on Foreign Relations,Foreign Affairs April 1974 issue,pages 558-559The Poor-Man's Guide to Modernity7 / 764

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“We are at present working discreetly with all our mightto wrest this mysterious force called sovereignty out ofthe clutches of the local nation states of the world. Allthe time we are denying with our lips what we aredoingwithourhands,becausetoimpugnthesovereignty of the local nation states of the world is stilla heresy for which a statesman or publicist can perhapsnot quite be burned at the stake but certainly beostracized or discredited.”Arnold Toynbee, The Trend ofInternational Affairs Since theWar, International Affairs,November 1931, page 809The Poor-Man's Guide to Modernity9 / 764

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“I have never believed that there is a secret UnitedNations plot to take over the US. I have never seenblack helicopters hovering in the sky above Montana.But, for the first time in my life, I think the formationof some sort of world government is plausible.A “world government” would involve much more thanco-operation between nations. It would be an entity withstate-like characteristics, backed by a body of laws. TheEuropean Union has already set up a continentalgovernment for 27 countries, which could be a model.The EU has a supreme court, a currency, thousands ofpages of law, a large civil service and the ability todeploy military force. So could the European model goglobal?There are three reasons for thinking that it might. First,it is increasingly clear that the most difficult issues facingnational governments are international in nature: thereis global warming, a global financial crisis and a“global war on terror”.”And now for a world government,Financial Times, Dec. 8, 2008The Poor-Man's Guide to Modernity11 / 764

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“We are living through exceptionally difficult times.Financial crisis and its dramatic impact on employmentand budgets, the climate crisis which threatens our verysurvival --- a period of anxiety, uncertainty, and lack ofconfidence. Yet these problems can be overcome, by ajoint effort, in and between our countries. 2009 is alsothe first year of Global Governance with theestablishmentoftheG-20inthemiddleoffinancial crisis. The climate conference in Copenhagenis another step towards the Global Management of ourPlanet. Our mission, our presidency is one of hope,supported by acts, and by deeds.”Herman Van Rompuy,EU Council President,press conference Nov 19, 2009The Poor-Man's Guide to Modernity13 / 764

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A Gestalt Shift inPERSPECTIVE is Requiredto Understand PrimacyThe Poor-Man's Guide to Modernity15 / 764

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“Aspire to be like Mt. Fuji, with such a broad and solidfoundation that the strongest earthquake cannot moveyou, and so tall that the greatest enterprises of commonmen seem insignificant from your lofty perspective. Withyour mind as high as Mt. Fuji you can see all thingsclearly. And you can see all the forces that shapeevents; not just the things happening near to you.”Miyamoto Musashi(Quoted in Political Ponerology byAndrew M. Lobaczewski, Red Pill Press)The Poor-Man's Guide to Modernity17 / 764

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About this BookThis edition of The Poor-Man's Guide to Modernity is fornon-profit personal educational use only and is Gratis. Itis printed in limited quantity at the author's own expenseto present to the profoundly innocent of knowledgeamong our national and international leadership for theirself-education.It is the author's fleeting hope that the present dayMachiavellian attack upon nation-states and thesystematic erosion of national sovereignty may still beinterdicted by a modicum of realization of the real stateof villainy: a despotic world government in the making.Hence this attempt to gift its deconstruction to those fewwho might care to know before it is too late.Copyright clearance has not been obtained for some ofthe images and excerpts reproduced in this book.Please note that the book is gratis under the fair-usedoctrine for non-profit personal educational use. SeeCopyright Notice.This book is also available as a PDF. It contains webbrowsable links to all cited to-modernity-5The Poor-Man's Guide to Modernity19 / 764

About its AuthorZahir Ebrahim, an ordinary researcher and writer on contemporary matters, grew upin Pakistan, studied EECS at UET, MIT, and Stanford, engineered for a while inhigh-tech Silicon Valley (http://tinyurl.com/zahir-patents), and retired early to pursueother responsible interests. His maiden 2003 book of protest, written in theaftermath of 9/11, was rejected by countless publishers and can be read on the webat http://PrisonersoftheCave.org. His prolific writings may be read p://zahirebrahim.wordpress.com/bio/20 / 764The Poor-Man's Guide to Modernity

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Table of ContentsChapter-1Introduction Modernity Simplified29Chapter-2The Mighty Wurlitzer38Chapter-3World Order is World Government94Chapter-4Arc of Crisis106Chapter-5Conspiracy Theory115Chapter 6The Fable of the Bees131Chapter 7Medicine in the Service of Empire148Chapter-8Science in the Service of Empire181Chapter-9Islam in the Service of Empire207Chapter-10 Muslim Stooges in the Service of Empire238Chapter-11 FBI-Militancy Presentation and Empire249Chapter-12 Obedience Training and Empire259Chapter-13 White Man's Burden301Chapter-14 The Oligarchs: The invisible House of Rothschild323Chapter 15 The Omnipotent Rothschilds : Where is the Evidence339Chapter-16 Redemption355Chapter-17 The Noble Path: Denying to Caesar what is not Caesar’s368Chapter-18 The Ignoble Path: Long Road To Secular Humanism373Chapter-19 Not Fooled Again: The Alien Invasion395The Poor-Man's Guide to Modernity23 / 764

Chapter-20 Not Fooled Again: War on Terror Against Insurgents423Chapter-21 Not Fooled Again: Financial Terrorism442Chapter-22 Not Fooled Again: Reformers pitching Gold Standard486Chapter-23 Not Fooled Again: World Bank pitching Gold Standard504Chapter-24 Not Fooled Again: Red Herrings in Monetary Reform518Chapter-25 Not Fooled Again: The Deception of Zion539Chapter-26 Not Fooled Again: Dissecting the Dissent on Zion549Chapter-27 Not Fooled Again: Getting off the Treadmill of Zion570Chapter-28 Not Fooled Again: Dissecting the Intellectual Nigger601Chapter-29 Not Fooled Again: Dissecting the Massa's Dissent628Chapter-30 Not Fooled Again: The Masters of Discourse634Chapter-31 Not Fooled Again: Safeguarding Our Moralsense641Chapter-32 Case Study: Surviving the Grand Chessboard649Chapter-33 Case Study: Why is the Holy Qur'an so easy to Hijack?697Recommended Reading755Acknowledgment757Sources and Credits759 24 / 764The Poor-Man's Guide to Modernity

“you are a completely stupid fool, a disgraceto humanity”Paul Craig Roberts, United StatesFormer Assistant Secretary of theTreasury, anointing Zahir Ebrahim,Dec 06, 2008The Poor-Man's Guide to Modernity25 / 764

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The Zahir EbrahimReaderTo confront, or be co-opted?The Poor-Man's Guide to Modernity27 / 764

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Chapter 1 IntroductionModernity SimplifiedWhat is all this verbiage by Project Humanbeingsfirst TM really all about? Is there areductionist and simplified explanation at the level of a 'poor-man'?Yes. In the simplest terms: 'Might defines right'.This leads to “Hegemony is as old as mankind”.That in turn leads to the following psychological pathocracy – some call it empire: If we don't have real enemies then we have to create or imagine some, and yell 'weare being attacked' in order to, principally: a) justify one's hegemonic barbarianism upon others; and b) motivate an unwilling plebeian peoples into sacrificing for the conquests of theoligarchic elite.Euphemistically, today as the winning empire, this is called “imperial mobilization”.Grotesquely, for previously defeated empires, it is called “quest for Lebensraum”.That's all there is to it.All which follows is only in further examination of how that is accomplished under theveneer of “democracy”, because, in the absence of such deception, “democracy is inimicalto imperial mobilization”. That quoted statement was made by Zbigniew Brzezinski in his1997 book: The Grand Chessboard – American Primacy and Its Geostrategic Imperatives.This revived “quest for Lebensraum” (German word for seeking more living space as animperative), ahem, “imperial mobilization” of the ruling oligarchy, the ubermensch (Germanword for superior, above all others), just happens to be the age-old quest for one-worldgovernment in disguise.It is to be achieved piece-meal, incrementally, one fait accompli at a time, one fabricatedThe Poor-Man's Guide to Modernity29 / 764

crisis at a time, one manufactured war at a time, one real or imagined pestilence at a time,one catastrophe at a time.The psychological pathocracy of modern Machiavellian statecraft – commandeered entirelyby sociopaths who seem to uncannily just rise above the rest of the populations to alwaysgather at the helm of power from generation to generation in the same tribes and families –requires continuous threats, crises, and uncertainty, in order to corral the democraticinstincts of the modern public into accepting the unpleasant totalitarian agendas of theruling oligarchy. “What is inconceivable in normal times is possible in revolutionary times.”The solution presented for addressing each uncertainty is the next baby-step towardscentralized global control of all humanity in a global empire of the financial oligarchy.The modus operandi is to deliberately create problems and then offer only those solutionswhich result in bigger government, incrementally leading to one world government. “Createconditions so frightful at home and abroad that the abandonment of personal liberties andnational sovereignty will appear as a reasonable price for a return to domestic tranquilityand world peace.”That world order, the new world order, as we can already perceive even in its initial stages,is governed with moral relativism wherein, legal opinions as those proclaimed by a UnitedStates Justice before its Supreme Court, prevail:'Nothing is more certain in modern society than the principle that there areno absolutes, that a name, a phrases, a standard has meaning only whenassociated with the considerations which give birth to nomenclature. Tothose who would paralyze our Government in the face of impending threatby encasing it in a semantic strait-jacket, we must reply that all concepts arerelative.'That verdict from the legal mind of the highest court of the sole superpower is based on thereality of law quoted in the Protocols:'In the beginnings of the structure of society, they [the beasts of prey whoare called men] were subjected to brutal and blind force; after words - toLaw, which is the same force, only disguised. I draw the conclusion that bythe law of nature right lies in force;'The term 'oligarchic elite' refers to people who are several notches above – and morehidden from public view in their enormous wealth and their secretive exercise of 'social30 / 764The Poor-Man's Guide to Modernity

engineering' – than what is typically understood by the term 'ruling elite', or simply the 'elite'.The latter often refers to the generally affluent 1% of any society, the super-rich, moreinterested in being rich and running corporations than in 'social engineering' agendas, andmany among them can be found in the Forbes' richest people listing. These super-rich, andhow they hide their massive wealth, pay little or no income and inheritance tax, while stillaccumulating and controlling their purses across generations, can be read about inFerdinand Lundberg's 1968 classic The Rich and the Super-Rich.But one will never see a Rothschild, or David Rockefeller listed in Forbes billionaires list.That's perhaps because they are trillionaires, with all their massive wealth legally hiddenbehind private tax-exempt foundations, multiple trusts, and in their opaque ownership ofprivate and family-owned banks, which in turn own many a private central bank which issuethe currency of developed nations as national debt secured by public taxation! These ultrarich can muster vast sums of private monies for 'social engineering', and administer untoldfunds through their tax-exempt foundations and think-tanks. They are the proverbial 'kingmakers' who craft 'errand boys' to do their policy bidding in the executive and legislativeoffices.To unmask them all before fait accompli is Project Humanbeingsfirst's imperative –i.e., before it's all a done deal.Ex post facto, narrators and historians can rehearse the deceptions and its scholarlydisentanglement in the comforts of one-world government. And of course laugh their way tofame and fortune just as today's narrators call it erudite scholarship to openly rehearse thesettlement of the Americas and the genocide of millions of its indigenous peoples.Even the sixth graders in elementary schools today throughout the North Americancontinent learn of the choice between the gattling-gun (force) and the small-pox ladenbacteriological warfare (treachery) magnanimously offered to the indigenous natives,without batting their own eye-lids or offering a few tears in compensation.Detachment from history and from previous generations who inflict crimes upon the 'lesserhumanity', the 'untermenschen' (German word for 'lesser peoples'), evidently washes awayboth the evidence and the guilt. But not the bold, sometimes truthful, and often sanitizednarratives which become openly public, and their narrators, lauded scholars and toutedacademics.In the transition to the modernity of today, the euphemisms have become considerablyrefined with the march of Western civilization. It is now the more egalitarian choice betweenThe Poor-Man's Guide to Modernity31 / 764

“democracy” (euphemism for force) and “revolution” (euphemism for treachery) under thedialectical “either you are with us, or you are with the terrorists”, that is beingmagnanimously offered to the indigenous natives along the “arc of crisis” in the “GlobalZone of Percolating Violence”. The objectives unfortunately remain the same as in antiquity– by hook or by crook usurping what does not belong to one. The two quoted descriptivephrases are once again Zbigniew Brzezinski's, respectively from a January 15, 1979 Timemagazine article titled 'IRAN: The Crescent of Crisis', and from Brzezinski's alreadymentioned 1997 book.Thusly, in the case of our modernity as well, perhaps only our progeny might also beartruthful witness to the crimes and sham of intellectualism of their hypocritical ancestors –scholars, leaders, military-men, holy-men, politicians, teachers, news-bearers, both in theWest and the East, on the left and the right – who hath proclaimed to stand for truth, butwho only aided and abetted vile hegemonic power with their own convolutions andconfabulations. Modernity du jour is entirely unwilling to unravel their confusing anddeceptive narratives.We must wait a 100 years, or perhaps only 20, before anyone who is a somebody willagain truthfully proclaim how new 'smallpox laden blankets' were used to fashion one-worldgovernment. Before then, it is all to be dismissed as 'conspiracy theory'.This is why, as had been self-servingly predicted by the Council on Foreign Relations in1974:'. it will look like a great ‘booming, buzzing confusion’ to use WilliamJames’ famous description of reality, but an end run around nationalsovereignty, eroding it piece by piece will accomplish much more thanthe old-fashioned frontal assault.'The myriad manufactured crises which afflict humanity today – from perpetual 'War onTerror' to perpetual Counter Insurgency to sudden Revolutions to Global Financial Crisis toGlobal Pandemics to Global Warming, perhaps even Global Alien Landings/Sightingsand/or other Intergalactic Catastrophes – are the successive Hegelian mind-fcks, ahem,the “acts” and “deeds”, of making current affairs “look like a great ‘booming, buzzingc

Chapter-1 Introduction Modernity Simplified 29 Chapter-2 The Mighty Wurlitzer 38 Chapter-3 World Order is World Government 94 Chapter-4 Arc of Crisis 106 Chapter-5 Conspiracy Theory 115 Chapter 6 The Fable of the Bees 131 Chapter 7 Medicine in the Service of Empire 148 . Government. The Poor-Man's Guide to Modernity.

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