While those reading this post might feel as though they are fully committed to exposing the truth and preparing to dismantle the next round of fabricated government propaganda, spreading the hunger for that truth might be even more important at this stage.
If 2014 has taught us anything, it is that New World Order train remains firmly on the tracks. The only hope of derailing it is helping other people become aware of it in the first place. It is going to take a concerted effort by individuals like you to spread the message of truth to others in the most complete and palatable form possible.
While the war on terror tramples civil liberties at home, incidents like the political destabilization campaigns in Ukraine, and across Eurasia and the Middle East might seem “out there” for some. But it is all connected by a clear agenda.
The following books provide the proper context and weight of evidence to introduce family and friends to how the system really works and why all of this is happening.
Tragedy and Hope, Carroll Quigley
Nothing short of the most detailed confession available in print from one of the architects of the power elite. It is 1,359 pages that cover the structures used to divide and conquer the planet, and lays bare the intricacies of how the New World Order really works.
None Dare Call it Conspiracy, Gary Allen
This is the more concise partner to Quigley’s tome. At just 197 pages, Gary Allen distills the machinations of the political, banking, and elite think tanks into the most fundamental book ever written about how it is possible for a small group of puppet masters to direct world events and control entire populations.
Propaganda, Edward Bernays
Media control and propaganda are the fundamental cornerstones of manipulating the public and ensuring they the masses never reach the depth of truth about the human condition. Bernays openly illustrates the way that beliefs are engineered on the back of an orchestrated perception of current and historical events. This is an essential place to begin teaching others that there is a deliberate agenda to create a false reality for commercial and political ends. As Bernays himself said, “The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country.”
The Creature from Jekyll Island : A Second Look at the Federal Reserve, G. Edward Griffin
This is the classic exposé of the Fed that has become one of the best-selling books of all time within its category. Where does money come from? Where does it go? Who makes it? The money magicians’ secrets are unveiled. Here is a close look at their mirrors and smoke machines, the pulleys, cogs, and wheels that create the grand illusion called money. A boring subject? Just wait. You’ll be hooked in five minutes. It reads like a detective story – which it really is, but it’s all true. Teach others about the cause of wars, boom-bust cycles, inflation, depression, prosperity – their worldview will definitely change. Putting it quite simply, this may be the most important book on world affairs one could ever read.
Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, John Perkins
An extraordinary and gripping tale of dark political and financial intrigue. Perkins writes about the high-level financial manipulation designed to convince foreign governments to accept billions of dollars of loans from the World Bank and other institutions to build dams, airports, electric grids, and other infrastructure that they can’t afford. Once the parameters of enslavement are created, entire nations are put under the rule of financial imperialists who thrive on the suffering of generations. Perkins provides an essential understanding of the power players at the top of the pyramid who masquerade as world organizations dedicated to peace and prosperity, while guaranteeing exactly the opposite.
The 9/11 Commission Report: Omissions And Distortions, David Ray Griffin
The drastic downward turn that America took following the events of 9/11 continues to be revealed with each passing day. Understanding the narrative that was built around perhaps the most significant single event in American history and, by extension, the rest of the world condemned to feel its backlash, is essential if we can ever hope to restore lost freedom. The Commission’s official account is put under the magnifying glass of David Ray Griffin, eminent theologian and author. He systematically dismantles the official story, revealing holes in the places where detail ought to be thickest. Griffin’s critique makes it clear that our nation’s highest leaders have told tales that wear extremely thin when held up to the light of other eyewitness reports, research, and the dictates of common sense.
Snitch Culture: How Citizens are Turned into the Eyes and Ears of the State, Jim Redden
In this alarming exposé, investigative journalist Jim Redden examines how snooping has become so much a part of American culture that it is practically a family value, encouraged on billboards, television, and even in classrooms. From employees hired to spy on their coworkers to doctors forced to disclose medical information, the U.S. has developed a chilling network for monitoring its citizens. Worst of all, the information gathered and widely disseminated is often unreliable, solicited from paid and anonymous informants. Most chilling of all is that this book was written in 2000 before the surveillance state had even established its 9/11 excuse for eradicating basic civil liberties and human rights. A citizen spy network was encouraged long before, just lying in wait to come out into the open. Redden’s book concisely presents the evolution of tyranny in the United States and all supposedly democratic countries that embrace such methods.
The Singularity is Near: When Humans Transcend Biology, Ray Kurzweil
When this book was released in 2006, it was met with disbelief even from some in alternative media. Now that author, Ray Kurzweil – an avowed futurist and defender of Transhumanist principles – is a director of engineering at Google, not many deny the import of this book now. We can look all around us and see evidence of machine intelligence and the rise of increasingly dramatic health procedures, all of which are beginning to dovetail at an accelerated pace. While Kurzweil lays out a path to the year 2045, in more recent interviews he claims to have possibly erred on the long side. This book is an essential near-term look at a world where humans and machines make a final merger.
Superintelligence: Paths, Dangers and Strategies, Nick Bostrom
Building from Kurzweil’s vision above, Nick Bostrom has taken the world by storm with his concise analysis of a world dominated by a superintelligent computer algorithm that becomes self-aware and begins making decisions … with or without human input. It is a book that already has inspired tech luminaries such as Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking to issue stark warnings about the negative consequences to humanity if this research is not pursued along the most strictly ethical lines we can imagine. If Kurzweil represents the Utopian vision of a machine-human world, Bostrom’s concerns suggest a dangerous alternative outcome that cannot be ignored.
The Perception Deception, David Icke
All of David’s books should be included in any gift-giving box of knowledge. His latest is his most powerful yet, as it connects the dots in his traditional fashion but goes beyond mere data points into an analysis of the matrix itself and our role in perpetuating and eventually dismantling it. At 724 pages, David Icke once again proves he is the most prolific and powerful researcher in the pursuit of truth. As he says himself: “I can now see that my whole life has been leading to this book.”
As always, please add your own recommendations to the comment section below and give the gift of knowledge this holiday season.