Star Trek, Protocols of Zion and The New World Order

Star Trek, Protocols of Zion and The New World Order
Oct 22nd, 2010 | By T Stokes | Category: Breaking News, NWO Symbolism

Gene Roddenberry, the creator of the cult series Star Trek, was a seasoned WWII fighter pilot, who flew an amazing 89 combat missions. He was an immensely brave man, but would later claim war was the most futile of experiences, and would propagate anti-war ideas in his programmes about life on other planets.
As journalist Woody Goulart wrote after spending time with Roddenberry:

“Roddenberry admits there are hidden covert messages in the show. There’s an anti-war message, with the United Federation of Planets as an ideal United Nations. The series was made from 1966-69, during the Vietnam War. But you couldn’t just come out on TV and say we shouldn’t be imperialistic. He did it in an allegorical way with science fiction. This is the legacy that Roddenberry made possible: TV is a producer’s medium, and you don’t have to resort to explicit violence and sexuality.”[1]

Roddenberry’s programmes were years ahead of their time, and spawned many offshoot and copycats from his original ideas on space travel. His time as a pilot gave him a feel for space flight which was both believable and contagious for viewers.
However Roddenberry experienced much antagonism in his battle to get his scripts filmed. Gene a Southern baptist turned humanist working in an almost totally Jewish industry, undoubtedly worked extra hard to break through the clique. His first pilot “Genesis II” was rejected, as was his second.
As reported by Joel Stein the LA Times:

I have never been so upset by a poll in my life. Only 22% of Americans now believe “the movie and television industries are pretty much run by Jews,” down from nearly 50% in 1964. The Anti-Defamation League, which released the poll results last month, sees in these numbers a victory against stereotyping. Actually, it just shows how dumb America has gotten. Jews totally run Hollywood.
Jewish influence was strong in Star Trek. After Roddenderry’s 3rd pilot was finally accepted, he was assigned two initial co-writers, Bob Justman and Herb Solow, who were Jewish, and as written by author and Rabbi Yonassan Gershom there were many Jewish themes in the show, including the Vulcan hand signal:

We come now to the most famous Jewish influence on Vulcan culture, the “live long and prosper” hand gesture. This “Vulcan salute, ” as it has come to be called, was invented on the set by Leonard Nimoy during the filming of the second-season opener, “Amok Time.”

Back in the 1960s, hippies who watched “Amok Time” thought the salute was a variation of the two-fingered peace sign. But we Jews knew better. The Vulcan salute came not from protest marches, but from the pulpit of Nimoy’s childhood synagogue.
The Vulcan greeting is based upon a blessing gesture used by the kohanim (koe-hah-NEEM) during the worship service. The kohanim are the genealogical descendants of the Jewish priests who served in the Jerusalem Temple. [2]
Roddenberry was a creative and clever man, and like a true artist who puts clues in his paintings, so did Gene.
The fantastic characters the ‘Borg’ were a thinly veiled warning of the Bilderberg, and his depiction of the Ferengi was remarkable, they were a alien race ruled by mother figures, whose sole goal in life was to amass wealth under ‘the rules of acquisition’. These 286 rules were a parody of the forged (ha!) , but often emulated book ‘The Protocols of the elders of Zion’ and likely a gentle mickey take of the Jewish contingent in Hollywood, and the Rothschild-like stereotype of the Jewish money changer; these Ferengi were dealers in precious metals called ‘Latinum’ and deceptively got other races to fight their wars for them through manipulation.

Beyond a reasonable peeve of Jewish control over the entertainment industry, there is nothing to suggest Roddenderry was anti-Jewish just because certain themes inspired his stories. He cited religion as a whole as the cause of many wars and human suffering. I read another writer’s article some while back where it suggested Roddenderry was a Scottish Rite Mason, and that is why Scottie was called Scottie, and Kirk means a church, and that is why we had Captain kirk, signifying the kirk or church to be in charge.
Screenwriter and colleague Ira Steven Behr went on to write 53 episodes of the spin off series Deep Space 9, the whole Star Trek phenomenon shows no sign of ever fading, and the deeper we look the more fascinating the symbolism gets!

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