Saturday, June 08, 2013


We should not make the mistake of thinking that we can solve the world's problems by getting rid of the neocons, or the Bilderburgers, or any other such group.

Before the Zionist neoconservatives, we had Cesar Borgia.

Cesar Borgia

Cardinal Cesar Borgia was the illegitimate son of Pope Alexander VI.

Cesar Borgia ordered Ramiro d'Orco to subdue a certain province, with great cruelty.

Borgia then had Ramiro d'Orco executed, with extreme cruelty.

Leo Strauss.

The neoconservatives are followers of Leo Stauss, who was a follower of the crypto-Jew Machiavelli, who was a follower of Cesar Borgia.


For Strauss, and Machiavelli, 'deception is the norm in political life'.

For Strauss, there is no afterlife, and neither good nor evil.

Machiavelli (1469-1527) believed that rulers should pretend to be good, while actually being cruel.

"Do you believe," said Martin, "that hawks have always eaten pigeons when they have found them?"

We should not make the mistake of thinking that we can solve the world's problems by getting rid of the neocons, or the Bilderburgers, or any other such group.

There will always be people like Richard Perle and Empress Irene.

"When Empress Irene of Byzantium overthrew her son, she had him blinded in the room where she had given birth to him."

"Constantine the Great, who was made an Orthodox saint for converting the Roman Empire to Christianity, was a murderous tyrant who killed his own wife and a son."

"The 10th-century 'whore of the papacy', Maurozia, was mistress, murderess, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother of Popes in a Vatican that resembled and sometimes served as a brothel."

"When Godfrey of Bouillon and his Crusaders took Jerusalem in 1099, they slaughtered every Muslim and Jew - 70,000 men, women and children - in a single frenzied day."


Christmas Humphreys, 1901-83, formerly a judge in London, listed the Twelve Principles of Buddhism. (Twelve Principles of Buddhism By Christmas Humphreys

1. Learn how to save yourself by using direct and personal experience. 

2. There is continual change, a continual cycle involving birth and death. 

Consciousness is continuous. 

It is forever looking for new kinds of self-expression. 

Life is a continous flow. 

If you know there is a tsunami coming, don't stay on the beach guarding your possessions. 

If you cling on to things, you will suffer, because you are resisting the flow. 

3. There is only one 'ultimate reality'. 

It does not change. 

It is beyond our understanding. 

We are all linked to it. 

We are all part of the one team. 

4. What we are now is the result of our past thoughts. 

We are the creator of our circumstances. 

By right thought and right action we can gradually purify ourselves and eventually reach enlightenment and Nirvana and beyond. 

5. We are happiest as a happy team. 

We are all inter-linked and should feel compassion for everything from trees to Thais and from jaguars to Jews. 

Compassion is the "Law of laws". 

6. Imagine we have an urge to win at golf by cheating. 

Imagine we have an urge to be the hero of the football match, by monopolising the ball. 

Suffering is caused by such wrong urges. 

7. To end suffering, we should have 

(1)Right Views, 

(2) Right Aims or Motives, 

(3) Right Speech, 

(4) Right Acts, 

(5) Right Livelihood, 

(6) Right Effort, 

(7) Right Concentration or mind-development, 

(8) "Cease to do evil, learn to do good, cleanse your own heart: this is the Teaching of the Buddhas". 

8. Nirvana, the extinction of the limitations of selfhood, is attainable on earth. 

"Look within; thou art Buddha". 

9. Follow the path between the opposites, avoiding all extremes. 

10. Meditation helps us to refrain from mental and emotional attachment to "the passing show". 

11. The Buddha said: "Work out your own salvation" using your intuition. 

Each man suffers the consequences of his own acts, and learns thereby, while helping his fellow man to the same deliverance. 

12. Buddhism does not deny the existence of God or soul, though it places its own meaning on these terms. 

Buddhism has no dogmas, and points to man alone as the creator of his present life and sole designer of his destiny.


Anonymous said...

Excellent post Aang
If you bring forth what is within you, what you bring forth will save you. If you do not bring forth what is within you, what you do not bring forth will destroy you.
Peace and love

Anonymous said...

Im curious about Macchiavelli, any real good proof he was a crypto Jew?

hirundine said...

Om Mani Padme aum ..... evil, begets evil

hirundine said...

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

Bravo, my thoughts exactly.

And aren't those angel trumpets gorgeous? Might you tell us where that photo was taken?

best etc. etc.

Anonymous said...

Machiavelli's "devil takes a wife" Prose:

Fake Promises said...

1. Why do rulers finance religions ?
It helps managing the slaves, feeding them with hope for an invented afterlife, so they don't demand love wealth peace and rights now.
Buddhism fits perfectly, with teachings against craving and non-self (anatman).
Tibet for example was a society of cruel slavery.
Other religions are used to train a suicidal master race.

2. "Buddhism has no dogmas, and points to man alone as the creator of his present life and sole designer of his destiny."
This sounds more like NWO Satanism (which of course borrowed from Buddhism too).

3. Various forms of Buddhism are full of doctrines and dogmas like rebirth-samsara, karma and anatta (abandon your self).
"The foundations of Buddhist tradition and practice are the Three Jewels: the Buddha, the Dharma (the teachings), and the Sangha (the community)."

Exposing Sociopaths like you and your readers often do is more promising towards a loving world without fake promises, Aangirfan.

Charles Edward Frith said...

We've never had the internet before. The Borgias and the Bilderberg are toast.

KPatrickRyan said...

Excellent Post.

Whether Compassion is the "Law of laws", or

'Treat Others as you'd hope to be treated', or 'No one of you is a believer until he desires for others that which he desires for himself' or 'Hurt not others in ways that you yourself would find hurtful' or 'This is the sum of duty: Do naught unto others which would cause you pain if done to you' or 'Surely it is the maxim of loving-kindness: Do not unto others what you would not have them do unto you' or 'That nature alone is good which refrains from doing unto another whatsoever is not good for itself'......

And when faced with humans who refuse to act in a humane way to nature and creatures and their fellow humans?

You'll know them by their fruits...

We all, on a very deep level, know what is right.

The key is determing a way in which to transcend media's anti-human message so enough people begin to meditate or pray (whatever one's favorite word for the verb might be) and tune into this and other deep-seeded truths.

Anon said...

Angel Trumpets - Bogor / Buitenzorg, Indonesia.

Anon said...

Laurent Guyénot in "The machiavelian neoconservatives" refers to Michael Ledeen.

"In an article in the Jewish World Review on June 7th, 1999, the neoconservative Michael Ledeen defends the thesis that Machiavelli was a crypto-Jew."

Anonymous said...

Thanks girls,

I could live in a street like that.

As for Buddhism, that there are sects of it possessed of wickedness is quite true. As it is true of all things. But that's not to say that the Buddha wasn't right. And conversely nor does it mean that one should take everything he says at face value and slavishly conform.

The Buddha never asked that anyone behave in this fashion. You are free to pick and choose, see what works for you, and make of it what you will. If you want to ditch dogma, karma, rebirth, all that stuff, go right ahead. I certainly did. I am a Buddhist of my own invention and belong to no one else's definition.

That others misuse the teachings of the Buddha is neither here nor there and has nothing to do with me. Nor the Buddha, ha ha.

best etc. etc.

Zoompad said...

"Machiavelli (1469-1527) believed that rulers should pretend to be good, while actually being cruel."

Jesus was right, and thats why he was crucified. What a dreadful crime this human race committed.

Anonymous said...

Which teachings make you think you are a Buddhist,
best etc ?

Anonymous said...

Buddhism has no dogmas?
..this is not true.

Buddhist generally believe in reingarnation, but this may be a false-belief
Thou i cannot prove 100% that reincarantion-theory is wrong, i can actually make it seem les plausible

See,when you study shamanic cultures and world religins that believe in reincarnation, you will find out that there are actually MANY concepts of this reincarantion-cycle, which is quite puzzling

If reincarantion would be a proven fACT, i atleast would assume there are only ONE CONCEPT to this teaching and not many.

Buddhism is a "religion with dogmas" based on human believes, not FACTS, just like every other religion, thou many buddhist like to claim that it is a philosophy, not a religion
..but Buddhism was and is used as a control-system just like every other religion in this world.

Anonymous said...

Since you're asking - I hold to only two precepts.

The first is that the only certainty is change. With this all other doctrines, tenets, indeed beliefs are swept away, superfluous.

The second is that all behaviour should be placed on a continuum with selfishness at one end and selflessness at the other. Perfect selfishness equals the anti-Buddha. It is the realm of 'will to power' and 'us and them'. It is where satanists and Jews come together indistinguishable from each other. Perfect selflessness on the other hand equals the Buddha. If you become 'one with universe' (the opposite of 'us and them') you are the Buddha. The key word is compassion.

And that's it. Nothing in formal Buddhism is at odds with this. And likewise such a stripped down definition does not preclude one from embracing the four noble truths, the eightfold path, etc. But by the same token nor are they really necessary given that they all follow if one embodies the continuum.

But whatever, all I can say is that it works for me.

best etc. etc.

Anonymous said...

So the Buddha (one with universe)
contains the anti-Buddha, best etc ?

Also is there an advantage to having
my behaviour placed on the compassion side ?

Are such people more valuable ?

GP said...

Hi - and thanks for a great, great blog.
However I would like to comment, that I think no one can KNOW, that there has always been and will always bee psychopats at the Wheel.

Anonymous said...

If it's an advantage you want then don't bother with it. When it comes to the seeking of advantages selflessness and compassion will only act as a drag. Best you ditch them.

As for attaching value to people, I really can't say. I don't think in such terms and I do my best to avoid people who do.

Anonymous said...

This form of Buddhism is nihilistic (no values, no moral principles).
That you have nobody of special value to you in your life sounds sad.

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