CAUTION: THE DIALECTIC PROCESS AT WORK
By Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
July 3, 2006
Richard Cummings in THE PIED PIPER described the activities of Allard Lowenstein (who worked with the CIA) in Africa, Spain and Portugal. One of the important points he made was that while outwardly the U.S. government was opposing Marxists in Africa, behind the scenes the CIA actually was befriending (funding) them in order "gradually" to control them or at least cause them not to be so radical. What this actually revealed was the dialectic at work, and South Africa has played an important part in this.
In 1891, gold and diamond magnate Cecil Rhodes in South Africa formed his secret Society of the Elect "to take the government of the whole world." Part of Rhodes' plan involved selecting Rhodes scholars (e.g., Bill Clinton), and among the members of the Rhodes Trust was the famous author Rudyard Kipling who had swastikas on his early books. Here is reproduced a 1902 letter (note the suggestive words) from Kipling in Capetown, South Africa, to noted author H. G. Wells, who was one of the early Fabian Socialists, with whom Rhodes' people networked. The Fabians wanted "gradually" to move Britain toward Socialism.
At the same time Rhodes was developing his plan, William Whitney of the secret society Skull & Bones developed a plan financially to contribute to both major political parties, Democrat and Republican, and then have them alternate power so the public thought it had a choice when it really didn't. This would be in line with the "hope" of Bill Clinton's mentor at Georgetown University, Prof. Carroll Quigley, who authored TRAGEDY AND HOPE (1966) using "secret records" regarding Rhodes' plan.