Clash of Civilizations

The Clash of Civilizations (COC) is a hypothesis that people’s cultural and religious identities will be the primary source of conflict in the post-Cold War world. It was proposed by political scientist Samuel P. Huntington in a 1992 lecture at the American Enterprise Institute, which was then developed in a 1993 Foreign Affairs article titled “The Clash of Civilizations?”, in response to his former student Francis Fukuyama‘s 1992 book, The End of History and the Last Man. Huntington later expanded his thesis in a 1996 book The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order.

This is telling as it seems the world powers intend to use this thesis to reshape the world order into the New World Order.

For years it seemed obvious that religion was not the force it had once been in world history.  America seemed out of step even with its evangelical population, whereas Europe was more thoroughly secularized.

But The Clash of Civilizations thesis is being used in what is called the War on Terror but which is in effect more of a War on Islam, one of the major three Abrahamic religions.  And though the map above identifies America and Western Europe as simply “Western” we all know that it is fundamentally Christian peoples that are being called on to wage this war against Islam.

What may be missing in this equation however is the Christian Western alliance with Israel, the Jewish State, in this war against Islam.  There are three religions, not two, that are involved in this Clash of Civilizations.  And if we look at the origins behind communism and their Jewish component, even communism seems to be an arm in this war, not of secularism but instead a partly Jewish arm.

As Douglas Reed observes in Far and Wide 1951;

“The first Communist Government, according to the American Ambassador in Moscow in 1918, consisted of ninety per cent of Russian-Jewish revolutionaries returned from America, and the ban on anti-Semitism, with a death penalty, clearly identified the regime. In the following thirty years Russian-Jewish dominance in international Communism was repeatedly shown by sporadic disclosures in Canada and America, and this continues today. In Russia itself this dominance appears to have persisted up to the present time, though masked by the withdrawal of recognizably Russian-Jewish figures from the more visible places of power in the Soviet Union. In 1946 an American Jewish authority, Mr. Louis Levine, reported at Chicago after a visit to Moscow, that many of the high ranking government officials were Russian-Jewish: ‘They did not look Jewish but they spoke to me privately in Hebrew or Yiddish.’ Russian-Jews, or men of Russian-Jewish origins, predominated in the two short-lived Communist governments of 1918-19 in Hungary and Bavaria, which fell because the Red Army, on that occasion, was not present to enforce their survival; they reappeared in the Communist Government imposed on Hungary by the Red Army after 1945. The dominant Russian-Jewish influence in the Government foisted by the same means on Poland was remarked by an American Ambassador, Mr. Arthur Bliss Lane, and an English M.P., Major Tufton Beamish, in books published in 1948 and 1949 and many other observers. The same thing happened in Rumania … The first Israeli Government consisted of eight members, all but one born in Russia or Russian-Poland. The Communist and Zionist movements,therefore, appear both to be still under the paramount control of one section of Jewry, the non-Semitic Russian-Jews or Jews of Russian antecedents, which now, in fact, rules over most of Asia and a large portion of Europe and extends a powerful influence through America and England.”

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