Israeli Interview: Crown Death Cult

Dean Henderson is the author of five books: Big Oil & Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf: Four Horsemen, Eight Families & Their Global Intelligence, Narcotics & Terror NetworkThe Grateful Unrich: Revolution in 50 CountriesStickin’ it to the MatrixThe Federal Reserve Cartel & Illuminati Agenda 21: The Luciferian Plan to Destroy Creation.


19 responses to “Israeli Interview: Crown Death Cult

  1. Laura Marian

    I love your interviews at this channel Dean, you both seem to cooperate well, great subjects all interconnected. Keep the good work Dean, can’t wait for the next interview.

  2. Dean, you are much smarter than I am, figuring out all these interconnections. But I must point out a few areas you are missing: evolutionary biology, environmental psychology, anthropology, neurobiology, sociobiology, et al (which I studied for many years trying to understand human aggression, dysfunction, etc.) It has taken me a lifetime to acknowledge that in fact, we are not “born innocent”. Neurobiologically, we have evolved as predators. This behavior is relative, but hardwired. I think it is this aggressive, murderous behavior that was originally conceptualized as “original sin”. It is what allows what we consider “evil” in humans, because we DO have the ability to minimize it conscientiously, culturally, for the healthy common good.
    There has always been a subset of individuals who are most aggressive, exploitative, ruthless. They become “leaders” in the formation of SOCIAL DOMINANCE HIERARCHIES, for which we are also predisposed. I believe over time, through commercial, technological, ideological and military networks, this subset has gained cultural control of the systems of exploitation and distribution (what we now refer to as the 1%, the banksters, imperialists, etc.
    My point is, the enemy is us…the influence of the pre-conscious, predatory “lizard brain” that overwhelms the conscientious “higher brain”, generation after generation. “They” are not demons, aliens, etc. “They” are the apex of systematic, violent, predatory, multigenerational control who labor in secrecy and privilege to maintain their concentration of wealth. It IS pathological, unhealthy, “unholy” but very human. While we remain in denial of this pathological, predatory potential, there is no realistic way to intervene in this death-spiral pattern (what I refer to as “the predator paradox”).
    I remained in denial, disbelief, anguish for a long time. I have not written books or tried to obtain a PhD. I haven’t the depth or breadth of your comprehensive understanding of history, politics, economics. I just think this is a missing piece of the gloomy picture/puzzle of the grotesque human condition.
    PS: wonderful knowing you are connecting with “kindred spirits” all over and inspiring awareness exponentially these days!

  3. the Bahai religion and centers are totally NWO religion and they are very much linked to the UN and the rooms they have there in NewYork that are to do with the planned world religion. although many israelis and other people are not aware of that, i am 🙂 thanks though for pointing this out..

  4. Thanks for your reply!
    FYI, eventhough the Bahai World center is in Haifa and Baha’is have excellent relations with its government, the Baha’is are actuallt NOT authorized to “teach” Israelis by the wish of its founder Baha’u’llah.

    A new world order is not bad *BY ITSELF*. Otherwise it would not be so uniquely *OPPOSED* by the hidden POWERS (see documented PROOF):

    It all depends HOW you define it (NWO) and WHO gets to control it (Oligarchic hidden control (e.g. Rothschilds et al.) VS. REPRESENTATIVE (of the world population) OPEN consented-democratic control)..:

    Kind regards

  5. As suggested above the Baha’is institutions are in flame, but the ideal is unique and very positive imho…

    Victor Hugo (the French philosopher) once said: “more powerful than the mighty armies is an IDEA whose time had come”…

    However Thomas Jefferson (American politician/leader) added (<–sense of humor):

    "I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous than standing ARMIES"


  6. thanks Sam, i still prefer countries with no central controls. it invites corruption. human character is weak and people tend to fall into the same traps over and over again, hence less controlled power and more community power is the way forward i think.
    i agree with what you wrote about the Bahai’s and the gov.


    Not to argue but baha’i believe in central AND decentralized form of governmnent (aka “FEDERAL gov”): (their moto is “UNITY IN DIVERSITY”/ (or E pluribus Unum – (1 COR 12:1-11))

    It is kind of Swiss or U.S. form or even British constitutional monarchy (with symbolic king or queen) on a larger SCALE. Baha’i form if gov is not a Democracy however. (I.e. people get ti vote, but ni party i us allowed or companing. Once elected, reps must follow their own conscience, NOT the desirata of the crowd, which is wise in a sense. AGAIN PEOPLE HAVE UNFOUNDED PRECONCEPTION ABOUT WORLD GOV. One can argue that a central gov in US does not go against state sovereignty or independence altogeather. It is a trade-off. My 2 cents!…

  8. an imperfect person :)

    I don’t mean to monopolize the thread so i am stepping back and lthers do the talk now. Will be in touch shortly..

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