Lecture 3 of my series on the entirety of Quigley’s Tragedy and Hope takes us into the period of the Bolshevik Revolution and the rise of Stalinism, as well as the rise of Hitler and the Nazis. In this talk, I cover Quigley’s thesis, as well as my own insights about the occult dimensions of these buildups (he leaves out), and the role of the Illuminists. Compared to Kerry Bolton’s essay, we can understand how Russia and Germany were both Imperial problems for the Atlanticists, and how both needed to be destroyed for the success of the Western shadow empire, an occult empire.
If you haven't heard the first two parts you can get them at Jay's place. Link Above.
I've also had them posted here-