ILLUMINATTI’S EVIL MANIPULATION: Use bloody crisis to pressure the masses accept benevolent dictatorship.
According to the Illuminati cultic writers between 1776 and 1796, their envisioned illuminatist World Cosmopolitan Republic movement was meant to be secretly manipulated by a network of elitist Illuminati lodges for coordination of efforts by mass-mobilising Elites to revolt against the feudalist Aristocrats and religious Clergy. The secret cult of “illuminated philosophes” will make it seem as if their move is for the society to be “ruled by reason” but in actual fact the Illuminati will secretly manipulate society by “moderate authoritarianism” (called “benevolent dictatorship” today) to achieve a “conversion of the community”. This is to be accomplished through crises, flux and mass mobilisation. The word “illuminati” means “enlightened” or “illuminated” Elites.
Illumination or enlightenment was purported to be generally sought openly through elitist (free thinking) reason and (free thinking) knowledge, but was actually sought secretly by the Illuminati through gnostic mysticism and esoteric occultism antagonistic to Christianity, the Church and godly personal morality. Illuminatist mysticism and occultism eventually acknowledged Lucifer (Satan) as their ultimate enlightener or illuminator!
In 1777 Adam Weishaupt, the founder of the Bavarian Order of the Illuminati gave these matching orders to his Illuminati followers for the infiltration and manipulation of the press and literature:
“We must bring our opinions into fashion by every act–spread them among the people by the help of young writers. We must preach the warmest concern for humanity, and make people indifferent to all other relations…. If a writer publishes anything that attracts notice, and is in itself just, but does not accord with our plan, we must endeavour to win him over, or decry him. A chief object of our care must be to keep down that slavish veneration for princes which so much disgraces all nations… We must assiduously collect anecdotes, [of] the honourable and mean actions….”