Rhodes, homosexuality and scholarships: Part Two ‘…Africans, do not be fooled’

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OUR previous article in The Patriot made it clear that Cecil John Rhodes’ scholarships, like most such, are far from innocent benevolence.
They all seek to steal our children from us, feed them with syllabuses we did not partake in the making, fashion their minds in such a manner that they do not only look down upon us, their parents, but they also hate us and desire to replace us or phase us out.
When your own children possess the mindset of your erstwhile enemies, isn’t that a nightmare?
Today, through education scholarships such as that of Rhodes, our most brilliant children are taken away from us, both physically and metaphysically.
Childless Rhodes now claims their hearts and minds in the name of British imperialism while we remain barren amidst hordes of children with stolen hearts and minds.
Our former children no longer speak our languages.
They speak the Queen’s language and worship the Queen’s gods while mocking our ancestors and our gods.
Day-in-day-out, they thwart our attempts to rebuild our economies, forcing us to bend to the whims of the almighty Queen.
Rhodes, the Queen’s man
Yes, Africans do not be fooled.
All these so-called history makers are the Queen’s men – David Livingstone and all the missionaries you can think of.
Rhodes and all of his ilk too.
Rhodes did not own any company.
Do not be fooled.
He simply worked for the Queen, like others before and after him, in different Royal Companies in the different parts of the world.
One of the strangest parts of the history of the British Empire involves that commercial venture generally known as the British East India Company which was like Rhodes’ founded by Royal Charter on the very last day of 1600 by the Governor and Company of Merchants of London Trading into the East Indies.
Again proxies of the Queen.
Yes, Rhodes was the chief executive officer of the British South Africa Company (BSAC), not the owner as officially lied by mainstream British-controlled history.
You do not need to go too far to understand this open secret.
Rhodes applied for a Charter from UK to establish the BSAC.
The Royal Charter was granted in October 1889, with the responsibility of developing and colonising the territories north of the Limpopo, which today extend over Zambia and Zimbabwe.
The BSAC was mandated to manage the mineralogical resources for the benefit of Britain.
The company was vested with powers to maintain law and order but the Crown reserved supreme control.
Rhodes’ mission was clearly cut out for him – to use the company wealth to pursue the dream of creating a British Empire in new territories to the north by obtaining mineral concessions from the most powerful indigenous chiefs.
Rhodes’ competitive advantage over other mineral prospecting companies was his combination of wealth and astute political instincts, also called the ‘imperial factor’, as he often collaborated with the British Government.
He befriended its local representatives, the British commissioners and, through them, organised British protectorates over the mineral concession areas via separate but related treaties.
In this way, he obtained both legality and security for mining operations.
He could then attract more investors and thus imperial expansion and capital investment went hand-in-glove.
Rhodes Scholarship
In his last Will and Testament, he provided for the establishment of the Rhodes Scholarship, the world’s first international study programme.
The scholarship enabled students from territories under British rule or formerly under British rule and from Germany to study at Rhodes’ Alma Mater, the University of Oxford.
Rhodes’ aim was to promote global leadership imbued with British royal sensibility — briefly, global proxies of the Queen, by first baptising them in British imperial vision and values.
The scholarship would clearly follow a curriculum that would make all of them the Queen’s children.
The Rhodes Scholarship is an international postgraduate award for students to study at the University of Oxford and, later, other similar institutions.
The University of Oxford was established in 1902, making it the first large-scale programme of international scholarship.
Although initially restricted to male applicants from countries which are today within the Commonwealth, as well as Germany and the US, today the Scholarship is open to applicants from all backgrounds and from across the globe.
Recruits for this scholarship would naturally become part of Rhodes’ Anglo-supremacist beliefs and legacy of colonialism.
Prominent recipients of the Rhodes Scholarship include former Australian prime ministers Tony Abbott, Bob Hawke and Malcolm Turnbull and former US presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, as well as our once own Professor of Robotics, Arthur Mutambara.
They are the shadows of the Queen, very faithful disciples in her majesty’s service.
The scholarship scheme is only but part of a larger network of equally hoodwinking proportions.
David Icke exposes this network as comprising the Round Table Secret Society, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), the Trilateral Commission (TC), Bilderberg Group, United Nations, Club of Rome and Royal Institute of International Affairs.
Rhodes, a key member of this octopal network, had links with other familiar names such as Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George Bush, Bill Clinton, David Rockefeller and Henry Kissinger (the latter being the architect of British diplomacy or the art of professionalised lying).
Put simply, the network was created to advance through the 20th Century and beyond the Illuminati agenda for the centralised control of planet earth.

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