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Religious Schism as Quest for Global Domination


NEW YORK – March 5, 2019

We live in a very unusual times. This is the time of breaking the old world order and forming a new one. The global economy has reached an “epochal pivot,” a moment when the false prosperity created from the trillions in printed money by the world’s central banks lurches violently into reverse.

That is, the real magnitude of the economic downturn will be extremely close to critical. It is so close that it will not be possible to preserve the socio-political structure without external support. By the way, what does "socio-political" structure mean? It refers to the well-established structure of social strata, the sources of their income, the ratio of political institutions and parties, and so on. It’s pulling down leads either to a revolution (that is, to a fundamental change in the political system) or to a rigid dictatorship (a synonym for martial law).

As we have repeatedly written, in the next 20 years, the world will face the construction of a new economy, society and the acquisition of meaning at the expense of the assets of financiers... It will be a very tough period not only for the US but for the whole world economic and political system.

However, the elites of the old world want to maintain their dominance at all costs. They understand that for them the change of the existing model is equivalent to death. And this is not a metaphor. Therefore, they will use all the means available to them.

Fear, war and religion, as well as the dumbness of the population and targeted misinformation through the media, are the most effective means of governance. Take a look around and you will see that this is exactly what is happening now. Behind all this is the so-called deep state, the "owners of money." They manage their operations through special services, which have long been beyond the control of both the President and the government.

Just as before, globalist elites need terrorist attacks as a tool of foreign policy, carried out as “foreign flag operations.” The same can be said about wars, which have always been just a tool of certain elite groups to achieve their goal.

Sabotage in European countries is used by globalists as a means of pressure on European elites. As an example, a terrorist attack in Nice on July 14, 2016 when 31-year-old Tunisian Mohamed Lower-Bolel drove a 19-ton truck crushing the people on the Promenade des Anglais (85 people were killed and over 300 were injured). This attack was a covert operation conducted by G4S, one of the world's largest private military companies, with headquarters in London and New York. Today it is known that G4S transferred $100,000 to the account of the family of the terrorist, and most likely, this money went for the treatment of his cancer patient's daughter. From this analysis, we can conclude: Secret sabotage operations "under a foreign flag" have not disappeared but are still used by the CIA and the special services of NATO as an instrument of their dirty politics.

Predictably enough, upon launching yet another “color revolution” in some region of the world, globalists would immediately start exploiting the religious divide that exists in pretty much any state in a bid to protract their domination over the rest of the world. It’s hardly a secret that upon the foundation of al-Qaeda that was nurtured by American intelligence agencies, Washington managed to establish the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). This terrorist group would advertise itself as a valid Islamic movement, resulting in thousands of young Muslims falling victim to religious radicalization.

Soon enough this tactic resulted in a major split emerging across the Muslim world and the struggle for regional domination, which allowed the Pentagon to secure billions of dollars in arms contracts that would be fulfilled under the pretext of a joint anti-terrorism struggle.

It’s clear that by provoking a series of military conflicts across the Middle East, they managed to take down a number of “authoritarian” political figures, that used to be the pillars of regional stability and that found themselves standing in the way of global world cunning designs. Those people are well-known but not well-remembered, as one can find among them Saddam Hussein, Muammar Gaddafi and Hosni Mubarak – those very personalities that are consistently slammed by the West today. In the process of taking them down, the Pentagon managed to destroy the best-armed forces that the Middle East has ever had, without putting much fighting effort into this process, leaving the armed forces of Iraq, Libya and Egypt in a state of disarray.

This turn of events resulted in the growth of Islamophobia, terrorist threats and mass migration -- those very things that proved to be quite painful for the European Union, as it was forced to spend a considerable amount of time and resources to counter-balance those processes, which allowed Washington to increase its influence on the EU in the long run.

But this wasn’t the last step the "money owners" were to make on the geopolitical chessboard. There is one region that has been brazenly resisting attempts at its ultimate destruction for several centuries. That is Russia. Even in such a weakened state as today, it still remains a strong player. Under the conditions of a universal collapse, you cannot leave strong players behind your back.

The spiritual staple of the nation is Orthodoxy, so they need to orchestrate a schism within the Orthodox Church. This was no minor achievement as today the Orthodox Church has some 300 million believers within its ranks, of which the largest number of members can be found in Russia and all across the post-Soviet space. Yet, this stronghold has an inherited weakness, as Turkey’s Constantinople has been the primary capital of Orthodoxy for centuries. So it’s of little wonder that Washington made a decision to drive a wedge between the largest Church of the Orthodox world in Russia and its center in Constantinople.

Some background: Orthodox Christian ecclesiology is pretty much a confederacy of national Churches, all believing the same things, and worshiping in the same way, but administered by national hierarchies. The Russian Orthodox Church is the Orthodox Church in Russia, the Greek Orthodox Church is the Orthodox Church in Greece, and so forth. They’re all normally in communion with each other. If you’re a Russian traveling in Greece, you can go to communion in a Greek Orthodox parish, no problem.

It’s confusing to Americans because we have so many different Orthodox churches here in the US. It’s not supposed to be that way, but that’s how it happened, with each immigrant group bringing its own hierarchy over. We’re supposed to have a single Orthodox Church in our country, but it hasn’t happened, and might never happen. We’re all in communion with each other, though.

That’s probably about to change and for ugly reasons.

The two great rival Churches in Orthodoxy are the Greeks and the Russians. This goes back many centuries. In Orthodox ecclesiology, the Patriarch of Byzantium has historically been considered the first among equals. Orthodoxy does not have a pope; it’s ruled collegially, by synods. The Byzantine Patriarch is more like the Archbishop of Canterbury in that way. After Byzantium fell to the Ottomans, Moscow — the Russian church — became the de facto great power in world Orthodoxy. The Byzantine Patriarch — now called the Ecumenical Patriarch — has continued on all these years as a figurehead. The current one, Bartholomew, lives in a small quarter in Istanbul. Unlike Moscow, he has no money, but he does have the power, by virtue of his office, to grant “autocephaly” — the right to self-rule — to national Churches in communion with his See.

(This explanation is oversimplified a bit to not get bogged down in details.)

So, in order to split the Orthodox world, Constantinople provided the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, which is part of the Russian Orthodox Church, with autocephaly.

However, this crisis hasn’t resulted in a major aggravation of the close ties that Russia and Turkey have been enjoying for a while now. Russia refused to voice its frustration over the situation publicly while Ankara would carry on its persistent attempts to acquire Russia’s S-400 Triumph, the anti-air system that has no real competitors on the international arms market.

As for the role that Turkey played in the Orthodox Church schism, unfortunately, one has to recognize that the initiative Bartholomew I is pursuing is one of the most dangerous scenarios possible, as the redistribution of property between Churches could lead to outbursts of violence and civil unrest. At the same time, it is noteworthy that some Ukrainian political figures and their Western sponsors are trying to impose “irreversible realities” upon Ukraine, by attempting to force Ankara into supporting religious extremists. Instead, Ankara tries to urge Bartholomew I to exercise restraint in its speeches, but none of these attempts have had a lasting effect, as the Archbishop of Constantinople was forced to assume an extremely radical stance on this whole situation by his Western sponsors, while making no attempt to mend the wounds on the body of the Orthodox Church that he has inflicted.

It clear that if Turkish authorities don’t find a way to get their message across, it’s highly probable that Ankara itself will be drawn into a highly violent religious struggle that is running the risk of tearing the Orthodox world into pieces.

It is worth noting that the Orthodox world is not limited to Russia. In the Middle East, it is still strong. Globalists are not satisfied either, and therefore they tried to launch destructive tendencies there too. By succeeding in its quest to instigate  religious violence in Ukraine, the “money owners” are trying to subject the Antioch Orthodox Church to its will due to the strategic alliance it has been enjoying with the Russian Orthodox Church, in spite of the fact that there are no natural preconditions for a religious split to occur within Lebanon. Yet, as Russia’s influence keeps growing in the Middle East together with its close ties with Moscow’s strategic partner in the region – Damascus, to save their power, globalists seem to be too inclined to foment violence even in those countries where various religious communities have been coexisting peacefully for decades. Just recently, it attempted to trigger a split between the Orthodox churches in Lebanon and Syria by arguing that the patriarch’s position should be moved from Damascus to Beirut. Such designs are being discussed at the highest political level in total disregard for the fact that it may create yet another political schism.

Today, when the world has come close to the moment of a global turning point, it is becoming clear that there are very few global governance tools remaining for the world's elites. In this context, it is obvious that reliable methods, well-established over the centuries, will be most actively used. A favorite principle of governance among globalists has always been the principle of "divide and conquer." Thus, we can expect further intensification of schismatic tendencies and radicalization in all religions of the world, and not only in Orthodoxy.

Furthermore, and this is directly related to the previous point, we should expect an increase in terrorism since terrorism never exists by itself. It is always used in the interests of the state or their group. Acts of terrorism are not the weapon of the weak against the strong, but quite the opposite: The powerful, global elites, use terrorists as punitive operations and a means of exerting pressure on those who refuse to obey them As a result, terrorism will only intensify until the world banking mafia and its political henchmen cease to impose their will on the world.  Therefore, a simple fight against terrorism is certainly needed, but this is the fight with the symptoms of the disease. In order to destroy the cause, it is necessary to destroy the globalist elite as such.

Author: USA Really