For Brad Chamberlain who through divine intervention saved my life. Only his memory helps me through each day. If it takes forever, I will make sure that Brad's death was not in vain:
days are not the same
since you have gone
i struggle to find the meaning
now that the dance is out of the song
you gave me that sunshine
on those cold winter days
we talked about living
and purple haze
your smile is ever present
as i start off each new day
because it's you who saved my life, BRAD,
it is you who showed me the way
so you remain in my heart
as you remain in my soul
and i will promise you on your grave
that i will meet our common goal
Note: Brad Chamberlain provided critical informationfor this book. Without his courage the book might not have beenfinished at all,for in February of this year, he made himself into a shield when Elizabeth and I were particularly vulnerable (see section VIII). Brad passed away on 14 April 1994, leavz'nv behind him a daughter Brandy and a grandson Nicholas. Brandy's life, her training and education have as a consequence been gravely disrupted. Any of our readers who would like to assist in a Scholarship Fund for Brandy and Nicholas are invited to send a contribution to The Chamberlain Trust Fund, Alexander Fraser House, Arthur, Ontario NOG IAO.
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CONSPIRACIES IN OUR TIME:
A response to Robert Fulford
Dr. Mohd Amir Ali Khan
Lorestan University, Iran
Dr. Mohd Amir Ali Khan received his Master of Arts from the University of Lucknow and his Doctor of Philosophy (Linguistics) at the University of Poona in India. He has lectured at the University of Poona, the University of Annaba in Algeria, and Lorestan University in Iran. He has published poetry and international papers on linguistics and psychology. His anthology of prose and poetry, A Broken Heart, has an Introduction by Professor G. E. Bentley of the Department Of English of the University of Toronto.
Dr. Ali Khan is the son of the late Sir Mohammed Ali Mohammed Khan, K.B. (hereditary). Kt., K.C.S.I., K.C.I.E. MAHARAJAH OF MAHMUDABAD (District Sitapur), UP, India. He was HOME MEMBER (Home Minister), UP, during the British regimefrom 1923 to 1926. He was also the Founder of Lucknow University and the Pro Vice-Chancellor, Aligarh Muslim University, UP, India.
People with biassed minds usually criticize, without balance of opinion, a book based on facts and chronological events. They usually have only one purpose: self-esteem and show-off. Such individuals are inherently fault-finding without finding fault.
A novel or novella is open to literary criticism. It may either be a fiction or a satire. The approach to such a work is based on certain academic norms and constraints. The real critic, therefore, will never use unparliamentary language to degrade or to denigrate a book: he always works within recognized conventions.
This is the basis of my profound disagreement with Mr. Robert Fulford's articles in The Toronto Globe and Mail of 14 April and 5 May 1993 and called 'The Mother of All Conspiracy Theories' and 'The Care and Feeding of Conspiracies' respectively.
The book in question, a much-awaited one I might add - The New World Order and the Throne of the antichrist - is edited by a renowned international scholar, Dr. Robert O'Driscoll, who has a foresight and gift for scholarly research that few men of letters have. In this delicate investigation, Professor O'Driscoll has chosen not to rely on his own efforts, but has drawn together an international team of scholars and diplomats from several countries: Margarita Ivanoff-Dubrowsky and Michael Adir from Russia, Alexander Aksakov and Max Dessoir from Germany, Des Griffin from the United States, Douglas Annear and Nicholas Young from the University of Toronto.
The New World Order and the Throne of the antichrist is neither a novel nor a novella but it is a work of unparalleled wisdom and importance, tracing the sufferings of the many at the hands of the few whose lives are charaded in seeming piety and sobriety. Only neutron bombs thrown into live volcanoes can break the earth asunder, sending parts of it floating into dark space to collide, perhaps, with other planets in our disturbed solar system. Who will be alive to speculate about 'paranoia' or 'psychotic cases', as Mr. Fulford does?
The New World Order and the Throne of the antichrist is a device to scratch the surface and see the underlying truth. Professor O'Driscoll has scoured the waste land not like a 'hound' but like a 'wizard', and has brought to the surface of political life hidden truths from Hades for the impartial intellects of our age to realize how the human struggle on earth has been changing its shape like Proteus. Like a deep-sea diver, Professor O'Driscoll has retrieved nuts of knowledge from the subterranean depths where they have been cast by those who would will amnesia on all of us. The credit for this must go to him and his beloved Elizabeth who inspired him: nobody else. Galatea is glistening and the wish of Pygmalion has been heard by Venus: young and exquisitely beautiful, in Elizabeth the good Professor has been blessed with an admirable gift of celestial exuberance.
What seems comic or ludicrous in this work is an ingenious technique to highlight the harsh realities of history. Mr. Robert Fulford talks about the 'incoherence' of the contents as if he were a grammaticaster and then he ends his remarks in sardonic litotes. He doesn't seem to grasp the organizing principle of the book: what W. B. Yeats calls 'emotion of multitude', the comic and tragic running on parallel tracks, both evoking in juxtaposition with each other the magnificence and penury of human life.
In his rash and trash analysis of this 'masterpiece', the possibility of 'conspiracy' does not seem to exist for Mr. Fulford.
Ever since the 'Masons' started their world of construction, destruction and reconstruction, they have been steadily executing it with precision. Brick by brick, they built structures and brick by brick they demolished them in perfect secrecy and still muggins and mugwumps are not ready to accept the truth in the word 'Conspiracy'. In fact those who disagree with the usage of conspiracy in the contents applied in the book are neither of them. They are themselves using the same tactics as Masons and, like Proteus, change their forms by writing articles to divert the attention of the readers, suggesting that the word 'conspiracy' is harsh and incoherent. Instead, they say 'manipulation',' greed', 'ignorance', or 'coordinated manipulation', 'unjust disruption' and 'disorder'.
What, then, is conspiracy? What about Guy Fawke's attempt to blow up the entire parliament? Or John Wilkes Booth's assassination of Abraham Lincoln? Or, to take another example, Joan of Arc who was burnt alive in Rouen? There was some conspiracy, no doubt, to get rid of the girl by the British and then later in 1925 to canonize her as Saint. I shall attempt to explain the word 'conspiracy' with the help of synonymy in order to dispel the doubts from the minds of people who think that there never has been such a thing as 'conspiracy' with reference to the events analysed in The New World Order and the Throne of the antichrist.
The following synonyms will provide some assistance to the reader in distinguishing the different connotations: combination; cabal; plot; conspiracy.
1. Combination denotes association.
2. Cabal, in French 'cabale,' derives from the Hebrew 'Kabala,'
signifying a secret science pretended to by the Jewish Rabbi, whence it is applied to any association that has a pretended secret.
3. Plot, in French 'complot', is derived like the “complicate' from the Latin 'plico', to entangle, signifying any intricate or dark concern.
4. Conspiracy, in French 'conspiration', from 'con' and ,spire', to
breathe together, signifying 'having one spirit.'
An association for a bad purpose is the idea common to all these terms, and peculiar to 'combination.' A 'combination' may be either secret or open, but 'secrecy' forms a necessary part in the signification of the other terms: a 'cabal' is secret as to its end; a 'plot' and 'conspiracy' are secret, both as to the means and the end.
'Combination' is the close adherence of many for mutual defence in obtaining demands, or voiding the claims of others. A 'cabal' is the intrigue of a party or faction, formed by cunning practices in order to turn things round to its own advantage; the natural and ruling idea in 'cabal' is that of assembling a number, and manoeuvring secretly with address. A 'plot' is a clandestine union of some persons for the purpose of mischief: the ruling idea in a 'plot' is that of a complicated enterprise formed in secret, by two or more persons. A 'conspiracy' is a general intelligence among persons united to effect some serious change: the ruling and natural idea in this word is that of unanimity and concert in the prosecution of a plan.
A 'combination' is seldom of so serious a nature as a 'cabal', or a 'plot', though always objectionable; a 'combination' may have many or few. A 'cabal' requires a number of persons sufficient to form a party, it gains strength by numbers. A 'plot' is generally confined to a few, it diminishes its security by numbers; a 'conspiracy' mostly requires many for the fulfilment of its purposes, although it is thereby the more exposed to discovery (vide Roubaud: cabale, complot, conspiration, conjuration).
Selfishness, insubordination, and laxity of morals, give rise to 'combinations'; they are peculiar to mechanics, and the lower orders of society. Restless, jealous, ambitious, and little minds, are ever forming 'cabals'; they are peculiar to courtiers, malignity, revenge, and every foul passion; they are concerned in forming 'plots': disaffected subjects and bad citizens form 'conspiracies', which are frequently set on foot by disappointed ambition.
The object of a 'combination', although not less formidable than the others, is not always so criminal; it rests on a question of claims which it proposes to decide by force; the end is commonly as unjustifiable as the means: of this description are the 'combinations' formed by journeymen against their masters, which are expressly contrary to law.
The object of a 'cabal' is always petty and mostly contemptible; its end is to gain favour, credit, and influence; to be the distributor of places, honours, emoluments, reputation, and all such contingencies as are eagerly sought for by the great mass of mankind: at court it makes and unmakes ministers, generals, and officers; in the republic of letters it destroys the reputation of authors, or blasts the success of their works; in public societies it stops the course of equity, and nips merit in the bud; in the world at large it is the never-ending source of vexation, broils, and animosities.
A 'plot' has always the object of committing some atrocity, whether of a private or public nature, as the murder or plunder of individuals; the traitorous surrender of a town, or the destruction of something very valuable. 'Astarba' in Telemachus is represented as having formed a 'plot' for the poisoning of Pygmalion: the annihilation of the English government was the object of that 'plot' which received the name of 'gunpowder' treason.
The object of a 'conspiracy' is more often to bring about some evil thing in public than in private concerns; it is commonly directed against the governor, in order to 'overturn' the government: in a republic, 'conspiracies' are justified and hailed as glorious events when sanctioned by success: the conspiracy of Brutus against Caesar is always represented as a magnanimous exploit. Where every man can rule, there will always be usurpers and tyrants, and where every man has an equal right to set himself up against his ruler, there will never be wanting 'conspiracies' to crush the usurpers; hence usurpations and 'conspiracies' succeed each other as properly and naturally in republics as cause and effect; the right of the strongest, the most daring, or the most unprincipled, is the only right which can be acknowledged by the principles of the republic in question: on the contrary, in a monarchy where the person of the sovereign and his authority are alike sacred, every 'conspirator' to his country, and every 'conspiracy' does no less violence to the laws of God, than to those of man.
Given then, as George Steiner reiterates, the fallen nature of man, it is the natural state of human affairs to desire more and more money and to wish to exercise greater and greater power. It is almost a natural law therefore that men of like mind should work together towards these aims. As G.K. Chesterton affirms:
«In brief, if there is no conspiracy, why is there no conspiracy? Why should nature abhor all power vacuum except this particular vacuum? If the means of controlling the lives and destinies of mankind exists, as undoubtedly they do exist, why should use of them go by default? It is not as though there was any shortage of unscrupulous manipulators (The New Unhappy Lords, 1979).
Quotations to support argument
The protector dreading 'combinations' between the parliament and the malcontents in the army, resolved to allow no leisure for forming 'conspiracies' against him. -HUME
I see you court the crowd.
When with the shouts of the rebellious rabble,
I see you borne on shoulders to 'cabals.' - Dryden
Oh! think what anxious moments pass between the birth of 'plots', and their last fatal periods. -Addison
Conspiracies no sooner should be formed than executed. - Addison
I do not know how far I have been able to draw a 'yardstick' for measuring the situational change of meanings of the synonymous words or to have been able to project the semantic differential, yet I throw myself on the indulgence of the public, with the assurance that having used every endeavour to deserve their approbation, I shall not make an appeal to their candour in vain.
In his Toronto Globe and Mail articles, Mr. Fulford seems to have chosen the topic of 'conspiracy' for discussion in order to prove that the word cannot justifiably be applied to the situations described in The New World Order and the Throne of the antichrist. He imagines the contents of the book to be the 'Mother of all Conspiracy Theories.'
Nothing could be further from the truth. Every section (America, Israel, The Vatican, Canada / Britain, and Russia) is irrefutable, irrevocable and unimpeachable. I admire the scholarly genius in Professor O'Driscoll's approach, how precisely he has posited the continuity and interconnections in his argument, his depth of knowledge, his stamina in collecting all the supportive relevant material and his unique artistic perspective in being able to blow it up into that range of visibility that is necessary to engage the reader.
The New World Order and the Throne of the antichrist is a timely masterpiece that unravels so many things I didn't know, and one wonders what still lies under the debris that the manipulators of history disguise from us. The book addresses the whole span of history behind Rothschild and his circle, tracing the history of ‘some masons', 'some Jews', 'some Mormons' and 'some Catholics'. The delicate, diplomatic way in which this issue, so pregnant with polarization and controversy, is worded by the editor enables the reader to face the facts of our present-day upheavals and see them as the result of deliberate and continuous planning on the part of the Illuminati. The looming imbroglio all over the world is an 'ominous marker' of things to come that may crumble the world into gravel.
This 'blockbuster' book rips open the sanctimonious designs of every religious hierarchy thriving on the sentiments of believers. Even those devotees who preach and practise some aspects of their faith will start probing their own depths shrouded in mystery and if they were really honest, they would, or shall I say, they should, without religious expedience, unmask themselves in the interest of humanity. For basically we are all human beings descended from one source. We do not scientifically know except that whatever we believe is a 'blind understanding' handed down to us and not tested by us with our own in-built radar.
Those who made 'The New World Order' as their political slogan to catch votes do not themselves know the real concept behind it. The New World Order and the Throne of the antichrist is now an 'open secret' before the turbulent world with many 'way outs' and 'way ins' like a labyrinth making the readers difficult to 'get out' once they 'get in'. It is a marvellous, painstaking work that is absolutely 'virginal', awaiting its debut before the rugged, blunt, jealous, merciless and the most perfidious descendants of Cain.
In short, I call The New World Order and the Throne of the antichrist a 'masterpiece'. It is not only informative: it is an eye-opening. All the relevant facts and figures have been arranged in sequence with authentic references. There is nothing incoherent about them. Mr. Robert Fulford imagines the contents of the book to be the 'Mother of All Conspiracy Theories': Mr. Fulford's unmeasured 'abuse' is based more on'bias' rather than academic understanding. There is hardly any theory in the book, let alone the 'mother' of all conspiracy theories.
O'Driscoll has collected basic truths contributed by authorities and compiled them to form a book. Those facts are not theories or innuendoes to say the least. The 'masterpiece' is a singular work of a unique mind, an x-ray, if you like, of the surreptitiously hidden motives of the Illuminati, enabling wise and intelligent readers to peruse between the lines without making the academic editor stand in the row of Cheiro or Nostradamus.
From beginning to end, the 'masterpiece', The New World Order and the Throne of the antichrist, is coherently flawless and marvellously unimpeachable to the core.
The extraordinary thing is that this book and its companion one on 'North America' are at present being 'investigated' by the University of Toronto Administration. The human tendency to be wicked to the honest and cruel to the innocent has been exhibited again and again throughout history. One would not have to probe very deeply to discover why Cain killed his brother Abel: jealousy would be a simple and correct answer. Abel was not responsible for Cain's act. He was innocent. Similarly Robert O'Driscoll is not liable for the results to which his academic research has led him; he collected the facts and placed the data before the reader, calling a spade a spade and not a hammer. If he had said a dagger was a silver spoon, the response would have been different.
Academics who, on the one hand, have insulated themselves against the weighty philosophical and historical matters that these books explore or who, on the other hand, have allowed themselves to becoming the willing tools of the Illuminati experience when they are confronted with such work the 'rolling cinders of envy' in that somebody else has reached the summit of wisdom and knowledge through honest effort. The outcome of the University of Toronto Investigation must be a clear acquittal for Professor O'Driscoll. Otherwise, the University of Toronto cannot rightly call itself a University any longer.
The underlying charm of the 'masterpiece' cannot properly be grasped without mentioning the other volumes in the series in the order which they were written: Triad (Toronto, 1993), Nato and the Warsaw Pact Are One (Toronto,1990), Atlantis Again: The Story of a Family (Toronto, 1993), The New World Order in North America: Mechanism in Placefor a Police State, (Toronto, 1993). The twentyfour page poem, Triad, is the tragic story of the break-up of his first marriage:
My family may be destroyed,
The seed of kings (See latest issue Monarchy Canada:
Newfoundland Marks Two Hundred Years
Of Royal Family in Canada).
'End times we're in,'she said,
And then, 'But why
Be pitted against each other?'
Child's play that, Midsummer 1631;
Coppinger; the sack of Baltimore
- Davis on his Deathbed -
'She only smiled, O'Driscoll's child,
And thought of Baltimore.'
'If only I had a filing cabinet. . .'
Oxford: St. Peter's College,
Summit '87 and
Sheila's Storm! Corsica! A sheilanagig:
The thirteenth cone!
Please find the coeur age
To break the geasa
My dear treasa.
Atlantis Again: The Story of a Family is an informative book that provides the aesthetic base of The New World Order and the Throne of the antichrist. The latter book is caught up with future prophecies and the invisible clash of arms; Atlantis Again, lovingly edited with Elizabeth Elliott, is a book that traces the ancestral lineage of the O'Driscoll family back to Egypt and their departure for Ireland with the other Milesian families in 1707 B.C. The account of his ancestors reveals the 'dormant facilities' in Professor O'Driscoll that were slowing maturing to enable him to realize six volumes in a series in slightly more than three years.
Professor O'Driscoll is the only man with the soul to write both Nato and the Warsaw Pact Are One and The New World Order and the Throne of the antichrist. In the months after Nato was published, hinting of 'things to come', hardly a month went by without some event taking place that corroborated Dr. O'Driscoll's clairvoyance and depth of imagination. A year or so before the so-called Gulf War, a number of friends in Iran considered the poem as a kind of crystal where one could gaze into and find the looming clouds of Armageddon casting a doom over the Middle East. Nato and the Warsaw Pact Are One is a fantastic, novel, and a 'virgin' work, at once occult and real, and which induces a kind of 'weightlessness.'
If there is to be a new style of poetry for the twenty-first century, I would say this is it: the unlikely combination of computer precision and an untamed imagination, an imagination that can find an instantaneous correspondence in the soul for the possibilities that are there on the screen. Nato and the Warsaw Pact Are One is the outpouring of a rare intellect whose flights of creativity are no less than the creation of Phoenix - a fabulous bird of ancient Egypt, sacred to the sun and symbolic of immortality, which at length sets its own nest on fire, burning itself alive, from its ashes bringing forth another Phoenix to resume another singular cycle.
And finally, we have the fifth volume of the series: The New World Order in North America: Mechanism in Place for a Police State which reveals, rather brilliantly, how those who run to show for the Illuminati change their 'shape' and 'form' to suit their purpose and then from within they destroy the body which they themselves have penetrated.
This was the strategy behind WACO, showing how the Illuminati penetrated incognito, partly conspiring with the blackleather-dressed anti-terrorist branch of the FBI (i.e. the ATF, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms), partly identifying themselves with cult members and how they destroyed the 'bulging' cult that was a danger signal for them.
Can we find proof of the 'invisible' hand of the Illuminati? The formula that the Illuminati apply to their 'target' is almost indecipherable and impossible to detect because their attack comes from the same people, the same family and the same couple at whom it is aimed.
A blind man cannot see but he can make out by his intelligence what is there around him. Wisdom does not require any proof. 'A lie repeated a hundred times to the people turns into truth. 'Conspiracy has innumerable' designs' to achieve its aim, but what the reality was behind David Koresh's so-called 'cult' is difficult to assess because of lack of evidence, for the mass media, controlled by the conspirators, repeats the same 'lie' many times to turn it into truth. The circumstantial evidence is invisible and impalpable but it can be collected piece by piece so that it indirectly points towards the truth underlying the seemingly random destruction. Professor Robert O'Driscoll, with his thorough knowledge of the Masons, has precisely joined pieces of authentic information he received and had produced an 'identikit' before the readers to see and revise their own experience, if ever they had one.
A thesis, then, is the collecting of data and on its strength deriving a conclusion that no one else had done. Such research work is purely academic and it has nothing to do with politics or propaganda of any kind. Professor O'Driscoll collects data and facts to expose the unmistakable plot. From the viewpoint of academic understanding, the book is a work par excellence.
Professor Patrick Robert O'Driscoll is not an obscure man. He is known to the East and the West in the study circle. He has proved his merit in the topic of his research work on the 'Illuminati' and their supporting pillars of criminal activities.
With his work before me, I conclude that there is a roving 'EYE' watching us day in and day out without a wink and wherever it finds slackness of its commanding messages, it directs the mercenaries to check up and keep the 'ball rolling.' The mercenaries are being ordered by other intermediary mercenaries who are later killed only to destroy the link so that there should always remain a 'hiatus' as an end between the 'prompters' and the 'implementing' circle that grows wider and wider, girdling the globe. The implementing circle does not know the promoters but the latter have full information concerning the history of an individual of the circle right from the date he was born till the time of his death.
Like an octopus, the Illuminati conspiracy at large is catching its 'prey' with a tighter grip of its tentacles and sucking blood as its only means of sustenance. It is one of the strategies of the Illuminati to divert the attention of the world population from 'thinking' and deriving conclusions. Thus a 'toy' of fiction is handed to us to play with. Knowing the weakness of man, the Illuminati invent science-fiction stories that will keep people absorbed because of their curiosity, and then later 'curiosity' kills the cat.
The New World Order in North America shows that a Police State seems to be in the making in North America. Similar to a 'mechano', tools and devices are needed to build up a structure of 'utility'. The tools and devices are already in the possession of the Illuminati. The only 'mechanism' left is to construct a 'trapping dome' like an inverted bowl where we all crawl and die by the 'will' of the Illuminati, but when compared to the mystical quatrain of Omar Khayyam of Naishapur in Iran, we find the 'supremacy' of the Illuminati to be a mere mirage or an ephemeral socio- coltish phenomenon leading to nothing when a natural calamity strikes at an un-given time:
And that inverted Bowl we call The Sky,
Where under crawling coopt we live and die,
Lift not thy hands to it for help - for It
Rolls impotently on as Thou or I.
Who knows when or how the 'mockery' of conspiracy may take an ugly turn and 'boomerang' on the Illuminati, destroying everything within a wink of an eye and then who will recite the 'well-timed' quatrain of Omar Khayyam? The poet, philosopher, astronomer, mathematician and physician, Khayyam continues to speak the truth in his Rubai'yat quatrains, as in the following selected ones:
With them the Seed of Wisdom did I sow,
And with my own hand labour'd it to grow:
And this was all the Harvest that I reap'd -
I came like Water, and like Wind I go.
Ah, make the most of what we yet may spend,
Before we too into the Dust descend;
Dust into Dust, and under Dust, to lie,
Sans Wine, sans song, sans Singer, and - sans End!