"Fritz Springmeier's" Illuminati Bro'mance
May 10, 2014
the Illuminati leader and "king of the world."
Fritz praises him based on... handwriting analysis!?
This may actually be a picture of Serge De Block, a Hungarian software designer.)
Is "Fritz Springmeier"
grooming William Van Duyn
for world leader or antichrist?
Is this "Fritz Springmeier" a dupe, fraud or imposter? Has he fallen for another scam?
Or is this a psy-op designed to discredit the real Fritz Springmeier?
(Editor's Note- I invited Fritz to reply to this article. I did not hear from him.)
by Henry Makow Ph.D.
The conspiracy world has been shaken in recent weeks by declarations from Illuminati expert, Fritz Springmeier, that the elite group is now led by a new generation which is more transparent and open to dialogue. The 13 bloodlines have been reduced to seven. They now have humankind's interests in mind, and want to lead to an age of peace and prosperity and peace like Plato's philosopher-kings.
According to Springmeier, the new leader is supposed to be a certain William Cornelius Van Duyn, age 51. Springmeier's description, entitled "The King of the World" is jaw-dropping in its adulation, stupidity and naivety. It reads like a psy-op and if real, destroys his credibility. Here are some excerpts:
[Van Duyn] is a leader of unusual accomplishment, outgoing & friendly; his close associates are loyal and love to be with him. He dislikes racism & criminal activity. The list of criminal bankers who have departed us is evidence of his dislike of criminals, esp. the banksters who have been above the law. He came from a privileged world, but is a progressive liberal who hopes to make people's lives better. He is concerned about the youth because they are the future and would like to find solutions for helping the next generation. (That is those who care about themselves. And I can testify there are still some outstanding young people.) His approach is unique compared to previous similar leaders, but philosophically has some resemblance to the ideas of Adam Weishaupt. So the modern Illuminati has returned to philosophy & ditched the satanic witchcraft. (The world is still left w/ plenty of unaffiliated covens.)
The following analysis is based solely on the handwriting using scientific based analysis to get an unbiased view of someone's character. [Comments not based on the handwriting are in brackets.]
THE WAY MR. VAN DUYN INSPIRES. He enjoys being around others, sharing in their joys & sorrows, & making make new friends. Boredom is not part of his life; he's a picture of enthusiasm. He enjoys life, & never seems to lose his childlike curiosity for things around him. It is rare for him not to start the day with a lively mood. Unless circumstances are overly dismal, he sings his way thru life. He's generous & people oriented, & trusts those near him. He's a genuine person.
THE WAY MR. VAN DUYN THINKS. He enjoys life, and lifts people's spirits. He is not motivated by the kind of security that social standards normally have in place. He views this as a type of confinement rather than a source of protection. [Given the privileges of his status, security issues are taken care of. But he himself is content with a humble life. He has friends who don't have a clue about who he really is.] Nor is he concerned with financial security. [The Van Duyn fortune is reportedly a mere $115 billion, the Rothschild's $156 billion, give, I'm sure, a few dollars either way. With a portfolio of $50 billion, he bought shares in CBS, Time Warner, Comcast, Walt Disney, Facebook, Twitter, and other names you may recognize.] He resists being bound by structures. For instance, his home is his castle, but the building is not. Home to Mr. Van Duyn is himself & the people he allows to intimately visit him....
THE WAY HE LEADS. He is quick to make an appraisal & quick in an emergency. The word "dynamic" comes to mind. He has a poise, dignity & self-assurance. He knows he is important & worthy of attention. He appreciates the importance of his work. [For instance, a portfolio of $15 billion was created with the Melinda & Bill Gates Foundation to control famine, disease & health care. And another foundation received $21 billion to create better education worldwide.] Actually part of his sense of personal worth is based on the knowledge that he lines up in thoughts & actions to the set of standards he has adopted as his pattern for living. He is both spontaneous & flexible, yet adheres to what he believes. He's responsible & sincere. His creativity plays a role in his leadership also. [His subordinate said, "Momentous ideas are continuously flowing thru his mind." The handwriting validates that.] He has the ability to provide leadership without the quest for power.
HAS FRITZ BEEN SCAMMED AGAIN?
A reader informs me:
"Henry, I saw your recent posts regarding the ridiculous claims Fritz Springmeier has made recently, and I wanted to pass along something I came across regarding the supposed "king of the world." Apologies if this has already been pointed out, but he doesn't exist.
I ran a reverse image search on one of the purported images of Van Duyn, and traced it back to the Linkedin profile of a Hungarian man named Serge De Block (left.) He had since changed his picture, but I managed to find the same image on an archive of De Block's twitter. From what I can tell he's a software designer and aspiring musician, a far cry from ruling the world.
My personal belief is that Fritz has fallen victim to internet trolling, but with how obviously false what he's pushing is, one has to wonder if there's more to it than that. A plausible explanation is that he's been blinded by his faith, in a recent talk he mentioned getting new information as a reward from God for having done such high quality research.
(Left, Serge, side view, from Instagram)
After reading the original articles Fritz put out, I decided to do some more research into Fritz, and I've since come across some other highly disturbing information that, along with things from the past I simply brushed off, has caused me to rethink much of what he's has put out over the years. As much as it pains me to say it, given the popularity (and plagiarism) of Fritz's work, I'm starting to think we all might want to re-evaluate much of what we've taken as fact about the Illuminati over the past two decades."