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February 24, 2008 5:51 PM   Subscribe

The International Institute of Social History was founded in 1935. It is one of the world's largest documentary and research institutions in the field of social history. From their collections: Secret Societies: Documents and illustrations of Freemasons, Jesuits, Illuminati, Carbonari, Burschenschaften and other putative secret societies and clandestine organizations.
posted by nickyskye (11 comments total) 21 users marked this as a favorite

 
Obviously a plot by the Bilderbergers to expose and discredit all those other Illuminati.
posted by Class Goat at 6:12 PM on February 24, 2008


No, the real puppetmasters are the Writers Guild of America. That whole 14-week "strike" was just a cover story while they gathered to pound out the script for the rest of the '08 campaign and the next Presidential Administration. (That "Nadar runs again" bit was the last thing written pre-strike by a team of out-of-work hacks, mostly sitcom scribes) I've seen some future pages, and it's going to be quite entertaining - it's the first time the "Daily Show" staff had the time to make a major contribution and it shows...
posted by wendell at 6:37 PM on February 24, 2008 [1 favorite]


Obviously a plot by the Bilderbergers Habsburg descendants to expose and discredit all those other Illuminati re-establish their empire.

FTFY.
posted by Smart Dalek at 7:12 PM on February 24, 2008


At this point it'd probably be unnecessary to point out what there isn't one of.

And there isn't one.
posted by cortex at 7:20 PM on February 24, 2008


I hope there is a cabal, 'cause I'm paying $100/month for cabal TV and Internet service.
posted by wendell at 7:49 PM on February 24, 2008 [1 favorite]


I steal cabal.
posted by blasdelf at 10:19 PM on February 24, 2008


What about the TRES?
posted by Afroblanco at 10:54 PM on February 24, 2008


Wow, nickyskye, this is a site I can really dig into. I've started Red-Haired Barbarians: The Dutch and other foreigners in Nagasaki and Yokohama 1800 - 1865, and am looking forward to Art to the People and The Chairman Smiles. There's a handful more 'virtual exhibitions', too! Great link, thank you.
posted by carsonb at 11:55 PM on February 24, 2008


This is an amazing link - a useful filter/portal as well as having plenty of content on it's own. The posters alone are incredible - Chinese Propaganda Posters is a great collection. It's nice to see some history analyzed from a leftist perspective presented thoroughly on the web.
posted by Miko at 5:57 AM on February 25, 2008


Mmmm spaghetti carbanari.

Cool link, thanks.
posted by like_neon at 5:02 AM on February 26, 2008


I always thought that France, Germany and Russia were nations. Who knew they were really secret societies. Boy, they had me fooled, and you'd think with millions of members something would have leaked by now!
posted by Pollomacho at 5:37 AM on February 26, 2008


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