Tag: Brian Crozier

In Profile : Brian Crozier and the Institute for the Study of Conflict : the terrorism industry

The Institute for the Study of Conflict is a classic case of use of the Hegelian Dialectic by high end corporate Intelligence in order they can bring two opposing sides under the control of one body, without those on each side being aware of the fact. Julius Gould appears to have been a key player in formulating strategy for the Institute for the Study of Conflict,(ISC). This report is of another highly significant player in the ISC, a man who’s influence and strategic offerings are playing out under this coalition government through his influence on Intelligence affairs for Margaret Thatcher, a close compadre of Gould, Brian Crozier.

In Profile Samuel Julius Gould, and the Hegelian Dialectic

How Zionism works : Julius Gould is also listed as a member of the International Committee of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, (Europe, Nottingham, England), as is Albert Neuberger (Europe, London, England), father-in-law of Julia Neuberger, Chair of the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee, and father of David Neuberger, to be sworn in as President of the Supreme Court in October 2012, after what I would call a clear case in the use by David Neuberger of the Hegelian Dialectic, he attacked the Supreme Court then became it.

In Profile : Margaret Thatcher a legacy of domestic destruction, corporatism, and war

Hitler loved corporatism, Thatcher incorporated Great Britain. There Iron lady’s entire time in office was so in the midst of international banking intelligence circles, not only in her strategy for domestic terrorism, but in league with George H Bush as the man behind Ronald Reagan, together they exported the terrorism of the arms dealing fraternity to the global community while their own minds where coerced by fears of constant threat of nuclear disaster with nukes apparently lost. David Cameron as her then special boy, took care of the nuclear problem

In Profile : The Heritage Foundation

Since 1982 the Heritage Foundation, the most influential conservative think tank in the United States, has channelled as much as $1 million to right-wing organisations in Britain and other Western European countries, with the aim of influencing domestic political affairs. In one case large sums were paid through a former Central Intelligence Agency contract employee to undisclosed third parties. The British groups financed by Heritage were closely linked to senior figures in Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s Conservative Party.