Universities are Instruments of Masonic Subversion (My Story)

August 23, 2013

Dalhousie.jpg(Dalhousie University in Halifax. Far from refuges for free speech and inquiry,
Western universities are active participants in the enslavement of mankind.)

The re-education system is a major bulwark of the Judeo Masonic
New World Order. Stately stone buildings covered with vine disguise a sinister purpose.

Hamad Subani is a Canadian-born Muslim who discovered
what happens to people who believe universities are devoted to truth.



Like most Western social institutions, universities have been subverted by Freemasonry.


by Hamad Subani
(henrymakow.com)

Some research into the Rothschild's role in promoting the Soviet Union as a motive for World Wars morphed into a full persecution campaign against me at Dalhousie University in Halifax NS.

When Makow posted a summary of the Rakovsky document in 2003, I incorporated it into an essay for a History class I was taking. That essay provoked great consternation among the Criminal Elite of Dalhousie, the city of Halifax and even the Rothschilds based at Shell Oil HQ in Calgary. (It ended up in their hands too.)

Dal_Coat.png(Dalhousie seal similar to masonic Dalhousie Lodge)

The professor of the class actually called me to his office and made a thinly veiled death threat, and warned me not to investigate the Rothschilds any further.  He proceeded to say that I had a brilliant future ahead. But I had jeopardized it. He then made racist attacks on my ethnicity and culture, and attacked my religion. I felt that he was trying to bait me into saying something that could be construed as Anti-Semitic. Since I am not naive enough to blame Jews, I urged him to be specific about what disturbed him so much about my essay. He could not give a reasonable answer.

Throughout the conversation, I felt he was not the only one listening, and that he was being prompted on what to say through some kind of earpiece. It took some time to sink in. Here was a man born a Communist country, groomed in Soviet institutions and whose activities in Canada were questionable, telling me (a born Canadian) that my days as a free citizen were over.

It would be many years later that I began to make out the outlines of an invisible class system. Apparently, the professor represented a class of people whose job was to "manage" the Canadian "server" class.  The job of the server class was to structure their lives around surrogating for The Powers That Be, and even fighting their World Wars. While the server class was comfortable in engaging in wars and violence for their Criminal Elite, the same Criminal Elite never faced a whimper of revolt from them, as history bears witness.

SURVEILLANCE AND PERSECUTION

Since then, my life has been turned upside down. I have been put under blanket surveillance by Canadian Intelligence. I have been subjected to spying, stalking and electronic eavesdropping. There have been attempts at sexual entrapment throughout my University life and jobs, as well as attempts to frame me for terrorism.

mortarboard.jpg(left, the Mason's mortarboard  and black robe worn by graduating students may have occult significance.)

The details of this covert war against me can be found on my website. It is very disconcerting that scores of Canadians were willing to work for the security services to somehow entrap me. My Story.    [Makow- This is a MUST READ. I have inserted parts here. ]

I have left Canada out of concerns for my personal security. But it is clear that we are dealing with a Criminal group that has very long tentacles.

While I may never recover from what happened and it is unlikely that I will ever have a successful career, let alone a career in Canada, I did manage to gain a bird's eye view of how Criminal Interests operate in a university atmosphere.


As in independent minded student, you should be fully aware that while the western university can be fairly rewarding, it is still a very dark and dangerous place.

In retrospect, there were two big mistakes that I made when I entered Dalhousie University in 2001. Make sure you never repeat them.

Mistake #1; Seeking Intellectual Bliss in University

The first mistake I made was seeking intellectual bliss in the University Environment. I had assumed that since I had paid in full for education at what pretended to be a world class institution, this is what I would get. This is not the reality in Western institutions.

DALNWO.jpg(left, typical Dalhousie seminar dedicated to one world government.)

In my entire academic career at University, I only encountered a handful of Professors whom I could classify as genuine intellectuals and truth-seekers. The rest were either gold-diggers trying to pass as intellectuals, or blood-lined Cabal operatives, who moonlighted as teachers.

 Living in a state of intellectual bliss put me off-guard, and further emboldened the malevolence of the thugs at Dalhousie, who were clearly on the level of junkyard dogs.  My advice for new students would be to be as alert as if you were walking on a mean street, and leave intellectual pursuits for private moments at your home.

Better yet, hire a lawyer in advance, and be prepared to send legal notices if you experience threats or grade tampering. Using the University's mediation services in this matter can only bring more problems. There is absolutely nothing enlightening about education in a Western University.

While you may want to study Philosophy and History academically, do you really want to learn this stuff from people who look like child molesters?

Outside University, you would have qualms about even buying a used car from such people. Of course, there are a few good people as well. But these are usually a minority, and they are always powerless. I would also advise new students to completely avoid the Arts and Social Sciences and stick to strictly technical disciplines.

The problem with strictly technical disciplines is that they attract technocrats and robot types. But again, this is what makes these disciplines safe.

On the other hand, the Arts and Social Sciences require expansive thinking and interpretation. Which means that these areas are more extensively patrolled by the Criminal Elite. I am not suggesting you sacrifice your interest in these areas. Rather, never let your true intellectual interests intersect with your University life. It's simply not safe, and unless you have a death wish, you should never seek or expect any real knowledge or enlightenment from these institutions.

Mistake # 2; Mistaking the people around me for "free" people

The second mistake I made was in mistaking my Canadian counterparts for genuine free people. When you assume that most people around you are "free," you expect them to think and act in a certain way.

But that was not the case. At first, I felt I was being hit by bad apples, then I reasoned that I was dealing with an "East Coast" mindset. Soon I realized that this was typical of their approach to life, a Pavlovian response to make opportunity out of each and every situation. Slowly the picture emerged that I was not dealing with free people. And that I was more like an outsider, as far as my thoughts and opinions were concerned (and will always be).

In my case more than a hundred people knew exactly what was going on. And for them to not only remain silent about illegal activity but to try to seek benefit and opportunity out of my situation speaks of societal failure. This raised a perplexing dilemma. If my fellow Canadians were not the "free" people they were labelled to be, then what are they? If free people do exist here, it seems I entirely missed them.

Looking back, I believe that what made me vulnerable was ignoring the presence of evil around me (while hoping for the best), and underestimating the full extent of societal failure in Canada. The freedom I was offered as a Canadian turned out to be completely bogus. Had I known what I now know, I would have managed to escape detection by the Criminal Elite. And therefore I believe others can benefit from what I know.

Although I am no sociologist, I have managed to come up with some answers over several years of observation. And I believe this may be of help to those caught in similar situations. And of course, these observations apply to many Western countries.

WHO IS THE CABAL?

While The Powers That Be have been careful to cloak their real identities, I have developed a fair idea of who they are. In Halifax, there is a local group of them, clustered around Dalhousie University, but extending into other public institutions and Universities as well. This group coordinates with the "mother" group that operates on a national/international level and has illegitimate access to the resources of Canadian Intelligence. They appear to be based in Calgary.

Coincidentally, the Rothschilds also operate out of Calgary in Canada. The Rothschild owned Shell Oil is a major player in the Alberta oil sands (and by default, Canadian politics). The indication that the Rothschilds may be directly involved in my persecution came during my final years at Dalhousie. I had developed a rapport with a tutor at Dalhousie. When The Powers That Be came to know about it, he was immediately flown to Calgary and given a dream job in Shell Oil. After that, he attempted to match me up with a female Intelligence operative. This operative popped out of nowhere and invited herself into my tutoring sessions. I would later notice that some of the students who spied on me on a fulltime basis were employees of CIBC. CIBC is one of the three major private banks in Canada that back Canadian currency. My research that had caused such consternation at Dalhousie had documented the role of the Rothschilds in backing both the Nazis and the Soviets in the world wars.

CONCLUSION -  SERVING THE CRIMINAL ELITE AS LIFE PROFESSION

People come to North America expecting to find industry, resourcefulness and expertise. Instead, some places have nothing to offer except piggery.

Typical indicators that you are in pig-territory are paper-pusher professions, an all-pervasive banking industry, an overdependence on social services and substance abuse. There are basically two types of piggery. The first is the lowlife type, which involves the pursuit of a self-destructive lifestyle, almost always involving substance abuse. The second type involves inflicting destruction on everybody else, by turning piggery into an elite profession.

Since piggery involves subordinating oneself completely to the Criminal Elite, those that practice it are conscious of the fact that they have no value, real expertise or industry to offer. This makes them very insecure and paranoid when it comes to foreigners or even foreign-looking people. They fear that others could easily replace them in serving the same Criminal Elite (or in duplicating their piggery).

I  accept the fact that most people in this place cannot even relate to my situation. As they grew up practicing piggery, they structured their lives around serving the Criminal Elite, the wealthy and the powerful. Therefore it makes no sense to them that someone would question the Criminal Elite. And anyone who does so is jeered as a kook, a conspiracy theorist and a crazy.

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This article appears in a different form on HS's website.
Hamad Subani's book on the pitfalls of university for independent-minded students can be purchased here.
http://www.cabaltimes.com/2013/08/22/a-roadmap-of-the-dangers-of-western-university-for-independent-minded-students/

Related - Makow - How Universities Betray Students
----------  Makow - Freemasonry - Mankind's Deathwish


Comments for "Universities are Instruments of Masonic Subversion (My Story)"

Richard said (August 26, 2013):

In the late '70's I was the night staff head librarian at a university in the American south. I documented the nightly book returns. I was given a list of books the head librarian was required to report to the FBI each quarter.

That is, the list of books on the FBI watch list. Colleges that received federal funds were required to provide the names of students that checked out certain books. When I learned this, I was shocked. This information wasn't publicized. She said the FBI required us not broadcast it.

From such experiences I understand why Freemasons go up the ladder even if they seem unqualified. It's because they're vetted to keep secrets and follow creepy orders unquestioningly.


SH said (August 25, 2013):

Henry its excellent fits so well with what is happening in Pakistan. The concept of piggery I love it, its kind of right from top our leaders are doing piggery professionally total subordinate to Jews agenda and not letting merit prevail!


Peter said (August 24, 2013):

Henry, despite my experiences in the University system proving how the Gang dominates universities, one can be successful in the system IF: 1.You have talent which allows you to make money outside the system(in my case, a law practice); 2.You have independent sources of income(in my case inheritance); 3. You have a likeable personality which causes some in the system to look favorably on you; 4. You understand that the Gang controls the system going into it; 5. You only use the system to your advantage and don't try to reform it 6.You are in a technical field (Business in my case). Because I had all of these going for me, the University system was "good" for me. But for others, it is a prison controlled by the Gang.


Joseph said (August 24, 2013):

Mr. Subani's assessment of higher education at Dalhousie University is a sad testament to how the university experience has degraded into one of "educating" rebellious students into becoming the world's "controllers" over the rest of humanity.

His remarks about majoring in a technical field versus anything humanities related is most accurate and worthy of advice to follow to any new college student. However, the technical fields, engineering, physical sciences and mathematics are compromised to the point where junk science is being forced on students with the weight of factual truth.

If a chemistry student does not go along with the phony environmental issues being foisted upon the public at large, that student will likely find him or herself being discouraged from joining in undergraduate research and even pursuing graduate studies. The agenda for ruling the world is alive and well within technical subjects.

Right-thinking (truthfully-thinking) students are at the unfortunate disadvantage where they have to grin and bear it whenever some professor proselytizes about "green" matters or "saving the planet" efforts. Disprove the predominantly accepted notion that chlorofluorocarbons detrimentally affect ozone in the upper atmosphere or disprove any assertions that human factors are warming the planet causing "climate change" and you might as well forget having any friends or allies assisting you in furthering your career.

While there is still some factual, useful truth and principles to learn from higher education, the institutions on the whole are now agenda-driven. Anyone reading the exposes from this website knows what that agenda happens to be.


Robert said (August 24, 2013):

I had some comparable experiences in university nearly 50 years ago, when a couple of profs seemed oddly "primed" to debunk certain controversial lines of historical argument. I was also told by a non-university person that another of my profs was a transplanted communist (from Hungary, as I recall) whom he knew personally from the old country and who had vigorously abetted the regime he came from in persecuting the anti-communist population.

Apart from these types of "watchers" and career crushers, just think of the huge bureaucracies in such agencies as the CSIS and the CSE. How are they kept occupied? Clearly they must be "practicing" on ordinary Canadian citizens in order to hone their spying skills, and this must involve unwarranted persecution of many completely innocent persons. And of course once one is categorized as being for some reason suspect, the classification is not likely to be lifted since doing so will stand as a black mark against some bureaucrat's judgment. It's a scandalously self-perpetuating and abusive system, but people are defenceless against it once the justification of "national security" is invoked.

Politicians are either too cowed or too ambitious to denounce this obscene activity. They will complain interminably about senators misusing expense accounts, but greet true threats to national security, such as the appointment of an Arthur Porter to the chairmanship of the SIRC, with silence.

The Communications Security Establishment Commissioner stated in this year's annual report that Canadians may have been the subject of surveillance activities in violation of the law: "I had no concern with respect to the majority of the CSEC activities reviewed. However, a small number of records suggested the possibility that some activities may have been directed at Canadians, contrary to law. A number of CSEC records relating to these activities were unclear or incomplete. After in-depth and lengthy review, I was unable to reach a definitive conclusion about compliance or non-compliance with the law." [Note the irrational satisfaction about "small numbers" deriving from access to "incomplete records".]


Mike said (August 24, 2013):

The Rakovsky document is pretty informative, and should get more attention. -I think the point of this article is really about the herd mentality, so as not to 'mistake the people around you, thinking they are free.' While many, like Henry, hold our leaders responsible for the encroaching police state, the wars and NWO corruption,- i think there is good cause to hold the collective public responsible. Nothing changes if the public does not change. The bad guys have always been able to dominate the public, through the use of money, owing to the public's weaknesses. The capture of the oil industry in the US provides a micro view of how it works. Monopoly of communications just about wraps it up, because so many are not used to really thinking for themselves, and would even get mad if truth was forced on them, as Morpheus says in the Matrix.


Dan said (August 24, 2013):

Hamad didn't mention that college loans are designed to throw a yoke of perpetual, usurious debt on graduates, especially if their incomes don't match the expectations they had when they chose that career path in women's studies or poetry. He may not have had to take out loans - or maybe it's different in Canada. But in the US college loans have become a loan shark racket on par with "payday loans".


JG said (August 23, 2013):

Beware of those universities out in the country with high cathedral structures and a lot of ivy on the concrete walls. They are often the most expensive and have the most "controlled academia" that obstructs and prevents any kind of "truth seeking".


anon said (August 23, 2013):

I do not attend a University in Canada, but do in the US. I am currently enrolled in a University and have recently come to see, feel and realize exactly what Mr. Subani spoke. So much so that I was lamenting the very same things about the University to my family last night. I even sent a letter to drop/change my major because I simply do not want to be grouped with such narrow minded people.

Let me explain just a bit. About two months ago my school began, I joined a school-related club. Everything was going great until the ruling for the gay marriage by our supreme court... They then turned the meeting into "how we as a group could help push the agenda." Well, I was the only one who spoke up as not being supportive of the agenda, not to mention that there are a million other things which those of us in the club could be focused on, such as media propaganda, psychological warfare, etc. Suffice to say, since that night I was never addressed again by either of the professor's who ran the group, and I definitely felt attacked in the class (challenged for no reason by the professor, and even failed without any reason or comment).

I merely needed to say THANK YOU...because I really was beginning to feel completely insane, as if I was imagining everything I was definitely feeling, which I am not. Everything said in Mr. Subani's post was spot on


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