The more human brains used to manufacture a deception the more complex the deception will be. Greatness in overcoming the complexities of mass deception is achieved by individual genius, and individual genius is always conscious of its own abundance.
Padua – Pavid – David,
Father Jahn was a Hun,
Prussia – Prusia – Persia,
Raise the withered arm to figurehead,
Padua – Pavid – David
learn this is the law of pain,
Prussia – Prusia – Persia,
learn Lenin and Stalin arrived by train.
Speaking of trains, back to WWI, The Great War; the main reason for it in exoteric terms, in material terms was trains and railway tracks. There was a negative attitude promoted in Britain against German trains, actually it was much more than just a negative attitude, it was more like a frenzied hatred for all German railway locomotives, why? Why all the hatred for German railway locomotives? I don’t know, it is irrational, totally illogical on behalf of the British, but then again the British are not known for their Logic, they are known for responding to newspaper headlines in a predictable manner. British newspapers declared that German railways were bad and British railways were good, and so that is what the British people believed. They believed that international German trade was bad and international British trade was good, they believed that democratic principles spread be international trade was bad if done by a German but good if done by an Englishman, and doubly so if it was done via rail, because rail was the latest and greatest technology of the time in which we are writing about. In the end WWI did not have any economic or democratic benefits for either Germany or Britain, but these are the reasons commonly believed to be the reasons of the war. It would not have been difficult to understand this pre-WWI, as there is not logic in destroying nations because of an argument over freight rates between nations who are interlocked by railways economically. It makes even less sense if one understand that the same corporations, syndicates and trusts which owned the railway tracks of Britain also owned the railway tracks of Germany, railways were international joint affairs, put it this way; neither Germany nor Britain could build railway tracks and railway locomotives without joint co-operation, the railways systems were interlocked from their inception, it was a joint affair, and international. Of course this also applied to all British and German trade and economics, it was interlocked by more than 50%! Which when calculated mathematically meant any economic damage to Germany had an equally damaging effect on the economy of Britain. So therefore Britain cannot claim that WWI was either started for economic or democratic principles.
Alfred Lansburgh publisher of Die Bank wrote that the result of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s tour of Palestine was the construction of the Berlin to Baghdad railway, the great fatal product of German enterprise which was more responsible for the ‘encirclement’ of Germany than all other German political blunders put together. The ‘encirclement’ was the policy of Britain’s figurehead – Edward VII, designed to isolate Germany with an anti-German alliance. So the exoteric conclusion here is that the argument of freight rates on railways was an argument between two related figureheads? As Kaiser Wilhelm II was the grandson of the Queen of the British Empire and Edward VII was the Kaiser’s uncle, so perhaps a family squabble over family possessions, and the price at which family possessions are leased to family members, that would be like me having an argument with my uncle because I wanted to use his car for a day, and we could not decide on a lease rate, and that argument leading to a war that involved the entire world, a World War! It’s hard to fathom, especially when Kaiser Wilhelm and his uncle were on such close and familiar terms that they even dressed up in each other clothes, just like Kaiser Wilhelm liked to do with his close cousin Tsar Nicholas II, that Royal travelling troupe of deformed actors loved to dress up in each other clothes, they thought it to be a most enjoyable game.
Lenin talked about how the railways between 1890 and 1913, all over the world, crisscrossing various real estate interests, were the summation of the basic Capitalist industries: Coal, Iron, Steel. Those industries born in the Ruhr, but we have the palimpsest of the Middle Ages the Coal, Iron and Steel Guilds had a visible inscription that first had to be erased in order to discover beneath it another inscription giving the real meaning of the document. Which stems from banking practices, and it was banking monopolies, syndicates, cartels and trusts that encouraged the formation of railway companies, a transport undertaking between interlocking real estate interests, the line of the railway was to run through land which was obtained by the bank so that when the line is laid down the bank sells the land to the railway company, the railway company is already owned and in debt to the bank, and is reliant on funds from the bank to buy the land and build the railway. And this is how the Berlin to Baghdad railway was built, like all other railways were built.