Dangerous, highly recommended reading, for the daring, curious, intelligent and sexy..
..or those who simply like to think they are.. Imagine yourself seeking answers, to know, to understand, questions you’ve always had about the world. Questions nagging at you. Why are things the way they are? Who benefits? Who suffers? Where do I fit into things?
Often we are not as well read as we’d like to be. We are intelligent, we can understand things, but we need a key. A nudge in the right direction. The material below might – might – nudge you towards to uncomfortable conclusions. You might be tempted to dismiss certain things out of hand, or ignore them.
Once that thin sharp razor of truth slides across your skin, you are never the same again. You have been changed, for life. Do you want to be fashionable, or do you want to know, really know? Ours are strange times, some want to understand, some do not. Decide which description fits you best. But do yourself a favor.
Don’t play games with yourself.
“The secret is that there are no secrets”. Anonymous
What the World is Really Like: Who Knows It — and Why, by Noam Chomsky
War is a Racket, by Smedley Butler
VOTESCAM: The Stealing of America, by James and Kenneth Collier
The Theory of Political Propaganda, by Harold D. Lasswell
No Treason: The Constitution of No Authority, by Lysander Spooner
History of the Great American Fortunes, by Gustavus Myers
Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler, by Anthony C. Sutton
Toward an American Revolution, by Jerry Fresia
The History of Standard Oil Company, by Ida Tarbell
1984, by George Orwell
Wall Street and The Bolshevik Revolution, By Antony C. Sutton
Wall Street and FDR, by Anthony C. Sutton
Proposed Roads to Freedom, by Bertrand Russell
The Open Conspiracy, by H.G. Wells
John D. Rockefeller: A Character Study by Ida Tarbell
Woodrow Wilson as I Know Him, by Joseph P. Tumulty
Sources of the Constitution of the United States: Considered in Relation to Colonial and English History (1898), by C. Ellis Stevens
The Iron Heel, by Jack London
War of the Worlds, by H.G. Wells
New World Order, by H.G. Wells
The Best Enemy Money Can Buy
Secrets of the Federal Reserve, by Eustace Mullins
British Agent, by Bruce Lockhart
Memoirs of Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds, by Charles McKay
Lord of the World, by Robert Hugh Benson
Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley
The Nazi Hydra in America
School of Darkness, by Bella Dodd
Under Cover, by John Carlson
Toward Soviet America, by William Z. Foster
The Invisible Government, Wise and Ross
The Lincoln Writings of Charles P.T. Chiniquy, by Joseph George, Jr.
The Secret Terrorists, by Bill Hughes
Rome, Rockefeller, the U.S., Standard Oil: The Monarchy of Money
“Two can keep a secret, if one of them is dead.” – Abu Abdullah