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Wiles Links 9/11 to the Illuminati

Rick Wiles is quickly distinguishing himself even from the usual wingnut radio hosts for his bizarre and incoherent rants and conspiracy theories. On a recent show he claimed that not only were the World Trade Centers destroyed by the Illuminati, but the height of the new tower there is a tribute to the Illuminati as well.

Of course, the Big Brother biometric scanning mandate would be arriving in time to coincide with the completion today of the One World Trade Center in New York City.

Workers cheered and whistled as they completed the spire on the skyscraper that replaces the World Trade Center tower destroyed by the Illuminati on September 11, 2001.

The new One World Tower is one thousand, seven hundred and seventy six feet high. Supposedly the height is in celebration of the American Revolution. My guess is it’s in recognition of the Free Mason/Illuminati New World Order started in 1776 that they hope to complete in 2013.

Survey says….thorazine.

Comments

  1. ChasCPeterson says

    Novus Ordo Seclorum, baby.
    (you know, right, that that’s Adam Weishaupt on the dollar bill?)

  2. blf says

    What’s ironic here is right now I’m seeing a lot of banner advertisements on the FtB site blithering on about “someone [friends, government, …] is spying on you” (something to do with browser cookies, it seems…).

    And in any case, it’s the Trilateral Commission, not the Illuminati, in league with the UN’s black helicopters carrying FEMA’s mooslin stormtroopers, all fooled into working for Teh Gay.

  3. dogmeat says

    These idiotic conspiracy theories detract from the real threats that actually do face our country. The growing police state that keeps chipping away at the Bill of Rights, the detrimental impact of corporate personhood and the ability to manipulate legislation and elections to further concentrate wealth and inequality. The ongoing criminal justice fiasco that effectively makes it a crime to be poor/minority.

    But no, we’ve got idiots worried about non-existent organizations and our Atheist, Muslim, Communist, Socialist, Fascist Lizard Man from Mars president who is going to take away motherhood and assault our precious bodily fluids.

  4. slc1 says

    What, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission, Skull and Bones, and the Bilderbergers are left out? Wiles is obviously naive.

  5. andrewkiener says

    Wow. It takes a very specific kind of a-hole to see 1776 in the US and think “Illuminati”.

  6. shouldbeworking says


    According to wikipedia (yes I know) the Illuminati were founded “to oppose superstition, prejudice, religious influence over public life, abuses of state power, and to support women’s education and gender equality”

    I thought they were supposed to be the bad guys?

    According to the American Taliban (a merger of the NRA, GOP, and Glenn Beck), they are.

  7. Pierce R. Butler says

    ChasCPeterson @ # 1: … that’s Adam Weishaupt …

    Brother Adam came up with the “Novus Ordo Seclorum” phrase?

    Got a citation for that?

  8. says

    @Pierce R. Butler #8 – The phrase actually comes from the Roman poet, Virgil, in the Fourth Eclogue:

    Ultima Cumaei venit iam carminis ætas;
    Magnus ab integro sæclorum nascitur ordo.
    iam redit et Virgo, redeunt Saturnia regna,
    iam nova progenies cælo demittitur alto.

    Now comes the final era of the Sibyl’s song;
    The great order of the ages is born afresh.
    And now justice returns, honored rules return;
    now a new lineage is sent down from high heaven.

    It has a history of being used by idealists to represent a future golden age, including the Freemasons and the Illuminati.

  9. slc1 says

    Re andrewkiener @ #6

    But Wiles also mentioned the Masons who certainly were around in 1776 (George Washington was a Mason; the Masonic Temple in Alexandria is named after him).

  10. mobius says

    And the Men in Black will attempt to take over the Boy Sprouts with the aid of the Trilateral Commission.

  11. grumpyoldfart says

    Free Mason/Illuminati New World Order started in 1776 that they hope to complete in 2013

    At-bloody-last. I thought they were never going to make it.

  12. says

    2013-1776 = 237. Must be THE magic number in anti-new world order ology.
    The year is about 5/12ths over and nothing has happened yet.

    I am starting to think that people who say the American Revolution was the work of Masons-Illuminati are actually pro-colonialists. It’s as if they wish it were 1775 when the crown owned roads and streets, rivers and lakes and almost everything else. You know, smaller government.

  13. Pierce R. Butler says

    Gregory in Seattle @ # 10: The phrase actually comes from the Roman poet, Virgil…

    Thanks for passing that along!

    My Latin is virtually non-existent, but I don’t see that phrase as such in what you quote, just the three words (give or take a gender change) scattered in fairly close proximity. Perhaps the US one-dollar bill’s pyramid’s slogan derives from Virgil, but I suspect others tinkered with it along the way.

  14. says

    @Pierce #15 – My Latin is a tad rusty, too, but….

    The relevant line is Magnus ab integro sæclorum nascitur ordo. This can be translated as

    A great (magnus)
    order (ordo)
    of the ages / of the eon / of the period of time (saeclorum; poetic genitive plural)
    is being born (nascitur)
    afresh /renewed / once again (ab integro)

    “Order” isn’t a good translation, even though the English word comes from ordo. In Latin, the word encompasses law, customs, mores and social standards… the things that make society ordered. Saeculum (occasionally with the diphthong in the first syllable replaced by a long e, sēculum) is used to mean any extended, indefinite period of time. It is related to, but distinct from, the word seculum with a short e in the first syllable.

    The promised novus ōrdō sēclōrum, this new order that would last through many ages, was to replace the vetus ōrdō sēculī, the outdated or stale order of the current age.

  15. andrewkiener says

    @ 11. Slc,
    I got chased off the lawn of the masonic tower by the cops late one night years back, after a night out in old town – we were trying to sled down that ziggurat hill after a freak snowstorm ;)

    My point had nothing to do with the dates. Wiles is so deep in his hole that he associates 1776 with his b.s. nefarious plot rather than with the founding of the nation he claims to love.

  16. Skip White says

    And don’t get me started on how the Masonic Lodge in Hershey, PA is lodge no. 666.

  17. velociraptor says

    @ mobius #12

    The Semiconscious Liberation Army will destroy the Boy Sprouts, Trilateral Commission AND The Men in Black.

    Fact.

  18. Pierce R. Butler says

    Gregory in Seattle @ # 17 – thanks for that explanation!

    I’ve long understood “secular” in English, obviously derived from the same root as the word for “century” in Romance languages, to mean “temporal” as opposed to “eternal” (paralleling “earthly” as opposed to “heavenly” in theo-speak, or even “material” as opposed to “spiritual” in regular discourse).

    Does the Latin carry the same connotations? (Recognizing the Latin of Virgil did not mean the same thing as the Latin of Weishaupt & Washington…)

  19. iangould says

    “And in any case, it’s the Trilateral Commission, not the Illuminati, in league with the UN’s black helicopters carrying FEMA’s mooslin stormtroopers, all fooled into working for Teh Gay.”

    Yeah, that’s what the Shriners WANT you to think.

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