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Charles Darwin Illuminati

charles-darwin.jpg Darwin found that the human ape will accept a bribe to betray his fellow apes.
His belief in the "survival of the fittest" was wholly based on self-observation,
and was aptly named "Darwinism."

"So, we're to believe that Darwin, after studying bird eggs all morning, would lie on the sofa, browse the Times financial section, and say, "I think I shall invest in this one." And somehow he picked only winners. "

The intellectuals of the goyim will puff themselves up with their knowledge and without any logical verification of them will put into effect all the information available from science, which our agentur specialists have cunningly pieced together for the purpose of educating their minds in the direction we want. Do not suppose for a moment that these statements are empty words: think carefully of the successes we arranged for Darwinism . . . . (Protocols 2:2-3)


As the author of two books exposing Darwinism's myths, I was stunned by this reference [in the "notorious forgery" - The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.]

I understood Darwinism's relationship to atheism and social destruction, having witnessed it firsthand in the 1960s. But how did the Czar's police make that link? And if their goal was to persecute Jews, why bring Charles Darwin into the picture? - he wasn't, to my knowledge, a significant figure in 1900 Russia.

Furthermore, the statement about "arranging the successes of Darwinism" intrigued me, because Darwin lived as a gentleman on a huge estate with up to eight servants. Yet he received no wages from employment, and earned only about 10, 000 pounds from his books during his lifetime. Darwin did receive an inheritance from his father, but not enough to maintain such a grand standard of living.

Very few books have discussed Darwin's finances, and only one did in detail: Darwin Revalued (1955) by Sir Arthur Keith. This rare book disclosed that Darwin made a fortune through investments. Reviewing Darwin's ledgers, Keith reported: "I note that in some of his earlier dealings there were small losses, but in all his later investments there were only gains, some of them on quite a big scale."

From Wikipedia, with references:

by k832395

Charles Darwin recounted in his biography of his grandfather Erasmus Darwin how false stories were circulated claiming that Erasmus had called for Jesus on his deathbed. Charles concluded by writing "Such was the state of Christian feeling in this country [in 1802].... We may at least hope that nothing of the kind now prevails." Despite this hope, very similar stories were circulated following Darwin's own death, most prominently the "Lady Hope Story", published in 1915 which claimed he had converted on his sickbed.[6] Such stories have been propagated by some Christian groups, to the extent of becoming urban legends, though the claims were refuted by Darwin's children and have been dismissed as false by historians

Bird brainiacs: The genius of pigeons  — New Scientist
Before a visit from his friend the geologist Charles Lyell, Darwin wrote: "I will show you my pigeons! Which is the greatest treat, in my opinion, which ..

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Was Charles Darwin illuminati?

According to my information, he applied in the 1860s and we rejected his application on the grounds that he had questionable ties to circus midgets.

How do we know that the existence of Charles Darwin isnt just a conspiracy by the illuminati?

This continues my last question. What if the photographs are all just part of some evil plan?

Becouse you guys are really obsessed with conspiracy and the illuminati. Anything you don't like is a conspiracy of the illuminati. I mean, you really are giving them more power then they actually ever had.

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