December 7th 2010

In memory of the Battle of Lexington lets all pull our money out of the banks!

I'm sick and tired of being ignored and tread upon. I have written, phoned, pleaded and begged my representatives along with the local media about my concerns (health care, Constitution, 2nd Amendment rights, 1st Amendment rights, etc.) which have been blatantly ignored. In light of the surveys conducted by some media efforts...I'm not alone.

Other than picking up a firearm and doing something drastic....the most effective means I know of is to vote with my dollar. Its time for a revival of Andrew Jackson's anti big banking efforts. If you value your freedom and with your dollars and pull your cash out of the bank on December 7th, 2010.

Live on cash for a couple of weeks.

The Tea Parties have let's fire the shot that will be heard around the world! Send the message to the Federal Reserve and put the vipers and thieves on notice that the people will not tolerate further oppression and outright theft.

Forget the politicians (they've had their shot) with your dollars on December 7, 2010!!!

Or we can just sit around and wait for the rest of the country to catch up with Detroit....several parts of California in a quick game of catch-up with even higher unemployment than Detroit.

Just like the British the Federal Government is taking steps to maintain control and enforce the wishes of the controlling oligarchy. Either choose your timing or it will be chosen for you.

Coverage of Obama's latest executive order and FEMA history from Yophat -

Full analysis with tons of links from Devvy Kidd -

It’s nearly a year into Mr. Obama’s first term as president and already the trail of broken promises leads to the doors of the big banks and authoritarian rule by the corporate elite. If it has not become obvious to you by now who pulls Mr. Obama’s strings, or if you still believe he is his own man, than I suggest you get over your willful naivete and start paying attention to the reality of what is happening, what has not happened, and what is not going to happen under his leadership.

War is what is happening. The war drums are beating. I have heard talk about going to war in Yemen. I have heard talk about going to war with Iran and with Pakistan. These places are in the news and the news is not good. The demonization of the peoples of these countries has escalated, particularly with the attempted Christmas day bombing of an airliner by a suspected Yemeni national dubbed “the underwear bomber.” Mr. Obama has no plans to stop war, only to carry it out in more places and with more brutality than ever before. Here’s a man who sold himself to a nation as a caring, peace loving individual who is proving to be just as much a war monger as the neocon he replaced.

Torture is also happening. In the land of America, the land of free peoples, of innocent until proven guilty, a land supposedly inhabited by good, morally incorruptible people, we have lost more than our moral compass, more than the moral high ground, we have lost even the pretense that we care about morality. Forget that history and common sense tells us torture doesn’t work as an intelligence gathering mechanism. Forget that we don’t want our men being tortured and so we shouldn’t torture others. Forget about the historical indignation we felt when we discovered our people had been tortured by enemy forces despite how well we treated the prisoners in our care. Torture is just plain wrong on its face and it is carried out either by individuals who are sick and enjoy it or by those who will be sickened and harmed psychologically by being ordered and forced to engage in such activities.

The practice of torture is more a political creature than a military tactic. It’s best for gaining confessions from people one wishes to silence or discredit. These confessions can be used to gain the support of the unaware, gullible, paranoid electorate and to justify otherwise unpopular wars and military occupations. Using such tactics on a perceived enemy and getting away with it sets a dangerous precedent. It isn’t that much more of a step for the state to turn on its own populace and begin to pick off those who voice their disagreement with policy, labeling them dissidents or enemies of the state. Indeed, setting up such vocal dissidents would not be that great a stretch, particularly considering that confessions would likely be forthcoming once the torture is accepted.

Neocon terror continues to happen. I include here the fear mongering that goes along with this idea that we must “fight them over there so we don’t have to fight them over here.” Are we really so frightened by backward authoritarian Middle Eastern nations? Are we really so childish to believe the stories of boogiemen told to us by those who will profit from waging war on and occupying these countries? As a nation we allowed such fears to translate into the draconian laws passed after the 911 attacks and we have rued the decision to pass such laws ever since. This is a perfect example of giving up essential liberty in an effort to achieve a bit of security. This is the perfect illustration as to why those who would willingly give up their freedom for security deserve neither, and neither is what we will get. The terror will continue to diminish the rights and freedoms we hold dear so long as we allow such fear to infect our hearts.

Government growth continues to happen. In fact, it’s accelerating. Government has gotten its talons into every aspect of our lives. The more it regulates, the more it intrudes, the worse things seem to get. Government is killing the motivation of the common man. It is stifling innovation and the human desire to strive to improve one’s circumstances. It has tapped mankind’s natural proclivity toward laziness and institutionalized it. This has always been the greatest flaw of collectivist thinking when such socialist models are put into practice.

What has not happened under Mr. Obama’s leadership is the withdrawal of our troops from foreign lands. What has not happened is the repealing of Bush era laws that have trampled our Constitution and violated the human rights our nation was predicated upon. What has not happened is the release of innocent farmers and sheep herders that have been imprisoned by our military. What has not happened are public trials where evidence that they are real terrorist threats and not just people who were trying to protect their homes from an invading force is presented. This is likely because the only evidence they have was gained through torture. What has not ended is the practice of extraordinary rendition. I hate to think what this has done to the collective karma of our nation and can see the harm it has done in the eyes of the rest of the world as our moral standing declines.

What is not going to happen under Mr. Obama’s leadership is any real, significant change. What is not going to happen is a shift in foreign policy away from wars of aggression toward diplomacy, open trade with all nations and entangling alliances with none. What is not going to happen is an end to empire building. The federal government is not going to leave people alone. It will not return to the constitutional principles of liberty this nation was built upon, the principles that produced such great prosperity for the people of this nation for so long. It will continue to gain power, consume resources, force itself upon the populace and try to micromanage and control all areas of human endeavor.

Mr. Obama deceived many. He portrayed himself as an agent of change. He portrayed himself as one who would buck the system. He portrayed himself as one who would give the people hope. I never believed his rhetoric, I always felt he was cut from the same elite cloth as the rest of the establishment politicians, but I did hope he would prove me wrong. Now, even some of his most ardent supporters and left wing propagandists have come to the realization that he has betrayed them and that the changes he should have brought about in theory are in practice simply more of the same. He has maintained the fascist regime and policies put in place by the Bushes and even earlier presidential administrations. He has maintained the power of the wealthy elite and the political establishment. He has promulgated his desire to create an authoritarian system where the power to make personal decisions is taken away from the individual and given to bureaucrats who will not be held accountable for the consequences of their actions. He has used the power granted to him by the electorate not to the betterment of the average citizen, but to keep in place the mechanisms that create wealth for the very few and remove opportunities from those willing to work hard and innovate to make a better life for themselves, their families and anyone else who might associate with them.

The establishment knows what the common folk want as evidenced by what Mr. Obama promised when he was campaigning. He gave eloquent, carefully crafted speeches espousing the values the American people hold dear. He spoke of change and hope, of peace and government transparency, but he has delivered none of the above. An anger simmers in America, rising from the grassroots and flowing into the mainstream. We can no longer accept the lies and corruption that have inflicted our political institutions for far too long. It is time to speak out and be heard.

The power elite think they are untouchable. They are not. They think they have complete dominion over the common folk. They do not. In fact, the common folk have a vast amount of power, it’s just that sometimes they don’t know this or need to be reminded. The best part is, they don’t need to be violent to exercise it. That is something best left to the bullying power elite so that all can see the complete evil hiding inside them. We, as average individuals, merely need to assert our humanity. We need to get angry and express our feelings very publicly, demanding legal solutions and accountability.

The power elite still have to interact with the populace. Many of them still wish to get out into the world and partake in the joys modern society offers. It could be effective to make this as uncomfortable for them as possible. A good example of how to achieve this was presented to us by the gentleman who confronted the elder Bush in a pizza joint in Texas recently. He simply shouted at the former president, let him hear the anger he felt and accused him of crimes against humanity, but he did not threaten him. It was caught on video which is the best thing to do when you partake in activism for that will provide evidence that you’ve done nothing wrong and they are the ones resorting to violence.

Perhaps he shouldn’t have lost his temper and cussed so much, that can sound threatening, but what do these people expect when they act so “holier than thou,” as if they can do no wrong even as they are making decisions equivalent to some of those made by the evilest and most notorious dictators to ever walk amongst us? Those pundits in the mainstream media who call for this man’s arrest should be ashamed of themselves. They call for the stifling of personal feelings and free speech. They call for the un-American practice of curtailing opinion. I applaud this man for his audacity. More need to be like him, to tell the elite how we really feel rather than fawning over them like helpless teenaged girls star struck by some handsome teen idol.

Yet our ire shouldn’t be reserved for the elite establishment at the top of the ladder or the elected federal gang that serves them. We common folk need to express our displeasure with local officials as well. Let your mayors, your city aldermen, your police know if you think they are part of the problem. Let them know you think a police state is unacceptable and you do not want your local government federalized. Let them know you are tired of the corruption. Let them know you are tired of having your money extorted and used on services you might not agree with. Let them know you want to see an end to the unaccountable practices they engage in, perhaps through a more voluntary system that takes into account everyone’s right to own property, to make decisions for their own lives, and to be left alone if they so desire. There is nothing wrong with expressing your feelings and desires, even if it seems to rub against the grain at times. That is and should be the American way. You might even be surprised by how many people agree with you and have remained silent, electing to go along to get along.

I imagine that for some the betrayal of the Democrats will be the last straw. Democrat or Republican, these people do not want to do the people’s will, they want to do as they will. No matter who is elected, the rich elite get richer and the poor common folk get poorer, government gets bigger and more oppressive while individual rights are violated and opportunity is removed. We are all tired of the lies, corruption and greed that rot the core of our political system. If the system is to change than we must stop cooperating with the system. We must let those involved know why we no longer wish to cooperate. This is how we achieve liberty for ourselves and our children. This is how we achieve peace. This is how we become the change we want to see.

“As I look at America today, I am not afraid to say that I am afraid.”–Bertram Gross, Friendly Fascism: The New Face of Power in America

Ominous developments in America have been a long time coming, in part precipitated by “we the people”–a citizenry that has been asleep at the wheel for too long. And while there have been wake-up calls, we have failed to heed the warnings.

Just consider the state of our nation:

We’re encased in what some are calling an electronic concentration camp. The government continues to amass data files on more and more Americans. Everywhere we go, we are watched: at the banks, at the grocery store, at the mall, crossing the street. This loss of privacy is symptomatic of the growing surveillance being carried out on average Americans. Such surveillance gradually poisons the soul of a nation, transforming us from one in which we’re presumed innocent until proven guilty to one in which everyone is a suspect and presumed guilty. Thus, the question that must be asked is: can freedom in the United States flourish in an age when the physical movements, individual purchases, conversations and meetings of every citizen are under constant surveillance by private companies and government agencies?

We are metamorphosing into a police state. Governmental tentacles now invade virtually every facet of our lives, with agents of the government listening in on our telephone calls and reading our emails. Technology, which has developed at a rapid pace, offers those in power more invasive, awesome tools than ever before. Fusion centers–data collecting agencies spread throughout the country, aided by the National Security Agency–constantly monitor our communications, everything from our internet activity and web searches to text messages, phone calls and emails. This data is then fed to government agencies, which are now interconnected–the CIA to the FBI, the FBI to local police–a relationship which will make a transition to martial law that much easier. We may very well be one terrorist attack away from seeing armed forces on our streets–and the American people may not put up much resistance. According to a recent study, a greater percentage of Americans are now willing to sacrifice their civil liberties in order to feel safer in the wake of the failed crotch bomber’s attack on Christmas Day.

We are plagued by a faltering economy and a monstrous financial deficit that threatens to bankrupt us. Our national debt is more than $12 trillion (which translates to more than $110,000 per taxpayer), and is expected to nearly double to $20 trillion by 2015. The unemployment rate is over 10% and growing, with more than 15 million Americans out of work and many more forced to subsist on low-paying or part-time jobs. The number of U.S. households on the verge of losing their homes soared by nearly 15% in the first half of last year alone. The number of children living in poverty is on the rise (18% in 2007). As history illustrates, authoritarian regimes assume more and more power in troubled financial times.

Our representatives in the White House and Congress bear little resemblance to those they have been elected to represent. Many of our politicians live like kings. Chauffeured around in limousines, flying in private jets and eating gourmet meals, all paid for by the American taxpayer, they are far removed from those they represent. What’s more, they continue to spend money we don’t have on pork-laden stimulus packages while running up a huge deficit and leaving the American taxpayers to foot the bill. And while our representatives may engage in a show of partisan bickering, the Washington elite–that is, the President and Congress–moves forward with whatever it wants, paying little heed to the will of the people.

We are embroiled in global wars against enemies that seem to attack from nowhere. Our armed forces are pushed to their limit, spread around the globe and under constant fire. The amount of money spent on the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq is nearing $1 trillion and is estimated to total somewhere in the vicinity of $3 trillion before it’s all over. That does not take into account the ravaged countries that we occupy, the thousands of innocent civilians killed (including women and children), or the thousands of American soldiers who have been killed or irreparably injured or who are committing suicide at an alarming rate. Nor does it take into account the families of the 1.8 million Americans who have served or are currently serving tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan.

America’s place in the world is also undergoing a drastic shift, with China slated to emerge as the top economy over the next decade. Given the extent to which we are financially beholden to China, their influence over how our government carries out its affairs, as well as how it deals with its citizens, cannot be discounted. As of July 2009, China owned $800.5 billion of our debt–that’s 45% of our total (foreign) debt–making them the largest foreign holder of U.S. foreign debt. Little wonder, then, that the Obama administration has kowtowed to China, hesitant to overtly challenge them on critical issues such as human rights. The most recent example of this can be seen in the Obama administration’s initial reluctance to confront the Chinese government over its reported cyberattacks on Google and other American technology companies.

As national borders dissolve in the face of spreading globalization, the likelihood increases that our Constitution, which is the supreme law of America, will be subverted in favor of international laws. What that means is that our Constitution will come increasingly under attack.

The corporate media, increasingly acting as a mouthpiece for governmental propaganda, no longer serves a primary function as watchdogs, guarding against encroachments of our rights. Instead, much of the mainstream media has given itself over to mindless, celebrity-driven news, which bodes ill for our country. It doesn’t matter whether you’re talking about tabloid news, entertainment news or legitimate news shows, there’s very little difference between them anymore. Unfortunately, most Americans have bought into the notion that whatever the media happens to report is important and relevant. In the process, Americans have largely lost the ability to ask questions and think analytically. Indeed, most citizens have little, if any, knowledge about their rights or how their government even works. For example, a national poll found that less than one percent of adults could name the five freedoms protected in the First Amendment.

Finally, I have never seen a country more spiritually beaten down than the United States. We have lost our moral compass. A growing number of our young people now see no meaning or purpose in life. And we no longer have a sense of right and wrong or a way to hold the government accountable. We have forgotten that the essential premise of the American governmental scheme, as set forth in the Declaration of Independence, is that if the government will not be accountable to the people, then it must certainly be accountable to the “Creator.”

But what if the government is not accountable to the people or the Creator?

As Thomas Jefferson writes in the Declaration, it is then the right of “the People to alter or abolish it” and form a new government.

The controversy surrounding White House information czar and Harvard Professor Cass Sunsteins blueprint for the government to infiltrate political activist groups has deepened, with the revelation that in the same 2008 dossier he also called for the government to tax or even ban outright political opinions of which it disapproved.

An Obama executive order that creates a council of state governors who will work with the feds to expand military involvement in domestic security has stoked fears that the administration is stepping up preparations for martial law.

If you ever were curious as to the origination of Al Qaeda....simply Google George Bush and The Safari Club. Add BCCI and/or ISI for more info...

Vote with your dollars on December 7th 2010!!!

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....of course Scott Brown has let us down....


and on and on....

....Google Operation Keelhaul for more info....


Reading Material

The items are not listed with respect to any priority...and by no means have I read them all. Basically a combination of recommendations and my reading wish list - from recommendations by others. Highly recommended books have a "Required Reading" post following the book listing...

Recommended Reading List:

The Life of Colonel David Crockett by Edward S. Ellis

Sergeant Nibley PhD by Alex Nibley

Kill Zone by Craig Roberts

The Struggle Against the Historical Blackout by Harry Elmer Barnes

Ruse: Undercover with FBI Counterintelligence by Robert Eringer

The Crime and Punishment of I.G. Farben by Joseph Borkin

An Enemy Hath Done This by Ezra T. Benson

Operation Keelhaul: The Story of Forced Repatriation by Julius Epstein

America's Secret Establishment: An Introduction to the Order of Skull & Bones by Antony C. Sutton

The Red Carpet by Ezra T. Benson

The Constitution, a Heavenly Banner by Ezra T. Benson

Wall Street And The Rise Of Hitler, by Antony C. Sutton

Wall Street and FDR by Antony C. Sutton

The Proper Role of Government by Ezra T. Benson

God, Family, Country: Our Three Great Loyalties by Ezra T. Benson

Foundations, Their Power and Influence by Rene Wormser

Called to Serve by Colonel James Bo Gritz

A Nation Betrayed by Colonel James Bo Gritz

National Suicide: Military Aid To The Soviet Union by Antony C. Sutton

The Poisoned Loving-Cup by Charles Grant Miller

The Black Hole of Guyana - The Untold Story of the Jonestown Massacre by John Judge

School and Society by F.H. Keppel

The October Surprise by Barbara Honegger

Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal by Ayn Rand

Secret Records Revealed by Dennis Laurence Cuddy

Kissinger by Gary Allen

Freedom to Slavery: The Rebirth of Tyranny in America by Gerry Spence

The Great Conspiracy of the House of Morgan Exposed and How to Deafeat It by H.L. Loucks

The Great Red Dragon or London Money Power by L.B. Woolfolk


Common Sense by Thomas Paine

A Short Review and Analysis of the History of Money in the United States by Willis A. OVERHOLSER

The Robber Barons by Matthew Josephson

The Rise of the House of Rothschild by Count Egon Caesar Corti

The Law of Civilization and Decay by Brooks Adams

The Origins of the World War by Sidney Bradshaw Fay

The New Pearl Harbor by David Ray Griffin

L’lle des Pingouins by Anatole France

Overthrow of the American Republic by Sherman Skolnick

The New Empire by Brooks Adams

The Works of John Adams by Charles Francis Adams (Required reading!)

Jefferson and Hamilton by Claude G. Bowers

The Ultimate World Order by Robert H. Williams

The Shape of Things to Come by H.G. Wells

America, Roosevelt and the causes of the present war by Ezra Pound,_Roosevelt_and_the_Causes_of_the_Present_War__1944__-_Pound_-.pdf

1984 by George Orwell

The History of Freedom in Antiquity by Lord John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton

The History of Freedom in Christianity by Lord John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton

Cato's Letters or Essays on Liberty by John Trenchard and Thomas Gordon

The Illuminati and The Counsel on Foreign Relations by Myron C. Fagan

The New World Order by H.G. Wells

The Rockefeller File by Gary Allen

War is a Racket by General Smedley D Butler

The Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith

Social Credit by Major Clifford Hugh Douglas

Made in the USA - A guide to Iraq's weapons of mass destruction by Jim Crogan

The Naked Capitalist by W. Cleon Skousen (Required reading!)

The True Story of the Bilderberg Group by Daniel Estulin

Secret Combinations Today by Robert E. Hales

Public Education Against America: The Hidden Agenda by Marlin Maddoux

Free to Choose by Milton and Rose Friedman

The War on Gold by Anthony C. Sutton

Don't Weep for Me, America: How Democracy in America Became the Prince (While We Slept) by Mark Watterson

Treason History: Order of Sons of Liberty by Felix C. Stidger

Dark Alliance by Gary Webb

The Mystery of Banking by Murray N. Rothbard

Neither Liberty nor Safety: Fear, Ideology, and the Growth of Government by Robert Higgs

The Book of Honor : The Secret Lives and Deaths of CIA Operatives by Ted Gup

The Politician by Robert Welch (Required reading!)

Welcome to Terrorland by Daniel Hopsicker

Web of Debt by Ellen Hodgson Brown

A Very Thin Line by Theodore Draper

The Secret War Against the Jews: How Western Espionage Betrayed The Jewish People by John Loftus and Mark Aarons

The Law by Frédéric Bastiat (Required reading!)

9/11 Synthetic Terror: Made in USA by Webster Tarpley

The Hidden Dangers of the Rainbow by Constance Cumbey (Required reading!)

Every Spy a Prince by Dan Raviv & Yossi Melman

The Hidden Agenda by Jan Voerman

The People As Enemy: The Leaders' Hidden Agenda in World War II by John Spritzler

Obama: The Postmodern Coup - Making of a Manchurian Candidate by Webster Griffin Tarpley

The Geostrategic Triad by Zbigniew Brzezinski

Barry & 'the Boys': The CIA, the Mob and America's Secret History by Daniel Hopsicker

The Secret History of the CIA by Joseph John Trento

Proofs of a Conspiracy by John Robinson

Depression, War, and Cold War by Robert Higgs

The Chronology of the Illuminoids by Neil Wilgus

Non Dare Call It Conspiracy by Gary Allen (Required reading!)

Crossing the Rubicon: The Decline of the American Empire at the End of the Age of Oil by Michael Ruppert (Required reading!)

The Rise of the Fourth Reich: The Secret Societies That Threaten to Take Over America by Jim Marrs

Key to the Future (Soft Cover Book) by Duane S. Crowther

Corporate Crime in the Pharmaceutical Industry by John Braithwoite (Required reading!)

The Revolution: A Manifesto by Ron Paul

Witness by Whittaker Chambers (Required reading!)

The 9/11 Commission Report: Omissions And Distortions by David Ray Griffin

Spiritual Survival In The Last Days by Blaine and Brenton Yorgason

Resurgence of the Warfare State by Robert Higgs

Secret Societies and Subversive Movements by Nesta H. Webster

The End of America: Letter of Warning to a Young Patriot by Naomi Wulf

Rule by Secrecy: The Hidden History That Connects the Trilateral Commission, the Freemasons, and the Great Pyramids by Jim Marrs

Trilaterals over Washington, Volumes I and II by Antony C. Sutton and Patrick M. Wood

The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve by G. Edward Griffin (Required reading!)

The Federal Reserve Conspiracy by Antony C. Sutton

The Terror Timeline: Year by Year, Day by Day, Minute by Minute: A Comprehensive Chronicle of the Road to 9/11--and America's Response by Paul Thompson

The world and the prophets by Hugh Nibley

The Best Enemy Money Can Buy by Antony C. Sutton

Prophetic destiny : The saints in the Rocky Mountains by Paul Thomas Smith

The Insiders: Architects of the New World Order by John F. McManus

The Committee of 300 by Dr. John Coleman

An Introduction to the Order by Antony C. Sutton

Trilateralism: The Trilateral Commission and Elite Planning by Holly sklar

The Illuminoids: Secret Societies and Political Paranoia by Neal Wilgus

The Secret History of the American Empire, by John Perkins

Against Leviathan by Robert Higgs

Blowback and The Sorrows of the Empire, by Chalmers Johnson

Best Evidence by David Lifton

Descent into Slavery by Des Griffin (Required reading!)

The Dark Side of the Moon, by W.W. Norton

JFK and the Unspeakable, by James Douglass

Secret Agenda, by Linda Hunt

The CIA Covenant: Nazis in Washington, by Gregory Douglas

Who Will Tell The People, by William Greider

Murder of an American Nazi, by Tim Fleming

Powderburns by Celerino Castillo III & Dave Harmon - Head of DEA in El Salvador discovered that the Contras were smuggling cocaine into the United States. Castillo's superiors reacted to his reports by burying them. This book is too controversial for an American publisher to print. (Required reading!)

Out of Control by Cockburn, Leslie - Early account of the of the Reagan Administration's secret war in Nicaragua, the illegal arms pipeline and the Contra drug connection.

The Reagan, Clinton, and Bush Years in the White House by Gary Anton

The Immaculate Deception: Bush Crime Family Exposed by Russell S. Bowen

Sleepwalking Through History by Haynes Johnson - History of the Reagan years traces the relationships of William Casey, Manuel Noriega and the Medellin cocaine cartel.

The Iron Triangle: Inside the Secret World of the Carlyle Group by Dan Briody

The Big White Lie by Michael Levine - DEA undercover investigator learns that the biggest deterrent to stopping the drug epidemic is the Central Intelligence Agency. (Required reading!)

Deep Cover by Michael Levine - DEA undercover operative penetrates the leadership of the Bolivian cocaine cartel, Panamanian money-launderers and Mexican military middle-men. But it is all for nought, as interference from the CIA and Attorney General Meese, along with DEA infighting, sabotage the investigation. (Required reading!)

The Politics of Heroin by Alfred McCoy - Excellent history about CIA complicity in the global drug trade, from the French Connection, to Southeast Asia and onward into the Afghanistan and Latin America. (Required reading!)

Fooling America by Robert Parry - Several sections discuss Contra cocaine smuggling in this book which describes how Washington insiders twist the truth and manufacture the Conventional Wisdom.

Casey by Joseph E. Persico - Biography on former CIA director William Casey briefly explores the relationships between the CIA and drug traffickers, as well as the protection of narco-CIA assets.

Compromised by Terry Reed & John Cummings - The definitive book on Mena, Reed's first person account of his CIA service on behalf of the Contras opens eyes as to the relationships between the CIA, drug trafficking and recent occupants of the White House. A second edition is in bookstores, however not from bankrupt S.P.I. Books. Get the 1995 paperback.(Required reading!)

Disposable Patriot: Revelations of a Soldier in America's Secret Wars by Jack Terrell & Ron Martz - An American soldier goes to fight the Sandinistas in Nicaragua. But he discovers that the most dangerous war is the political infighting of Washington as politicians and covert operatives fight to save their political skins ans stay out of jail.

Kings of Cocaine by Guy Gugliotta & Jeff Leen - Miami drug investigation runs into powerful smugglers.

Partners in Power by Roger Morris - Traces rise of Bill and Hillary Clinton. Sections on Bill's recruitment by the CIA and his involvement in Mena.

Boy Clinton by R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr. - Traces rise of Bill Clinton.

The Plot Against the Peace by Sayers and Kahn

JFK by L. Fletcher Prouty

The Strange Death of Vincent Foster by Christopher Ruddy

The War - A Concise History 1939-1945 by Louis L. Snyder

Project Paperclip by Clarence G. Lasby

Fearful Master: A Second Look at the United Nations by G. Edward Griffin (Required reading!)

The United Nations Exposed by William F. Jasper

House of Bush, House of Saud: The Secret Relationship Between the World's Two Most Powerful Dynasties by Craig Unger

German Big Business and the Rise of Hitler by Henry Ashby Turner Jr

The Germans - Double History of a Nation by Emil Ludwig

IBM and the Holocaust: The Strategic Alliance Between Nazi Germany and America's Most Powerful Corporation by Edwin Black

Trading with the Enemy: the Nazi-American Money Plot 1933-1949 by Charles Higham

Notes from the Underground: The Whittaker Chambers/Ralph de Toledano Letters, 1949-1960 by Whittaker Chambers

Brown Book - War and Nazi Criminals in West Germany by Albert Nordon

Secret Armies by John L. Spivak

Who Financed Hitler by James Pool

Hitler and his Secret Partners by James Pool

The American Axis by Max Wallace

Hitler's Secret Bankers by Adam Lebor

The Arms of Krupp by William Manchester

The Service by Reinhard Gehlen

The Dutchess of Windsor by Charles Higham

Merchants of Death by Engelbrecht and Hanighen

Shattered Peace by Daniel Yergin

The War Years 1939-1945 by I. F. Stone

Errol Flynn by Charles Higham

Blowback by Christpher Simpson

The Plot to Seize the White House by Jules Archer

Kiss The Boys Goodbye by Monika Jensen & William Stevenson

Treason's Peace by Howard Ambruster

In God's Name by David Yallup

The De-industrialization of America by Bluestone & Harrison

The Kennedy Conspiracy by Paris Flammonde (Required reading!)

The Rape of Ma Bell by Kraus and Constantine

Critical Path by R. Buckminster Fuller

In Banks We Trust by Penny Lernoux

The New Germans and the Old Nazis by T. H. Tetens

Yakuza by Kaplan and Dubro

Minister of Death - The Adolf Eichmann Story by Reynolds, Katz, and Aldouby

The Last Circle by Carol Marshall

The Bluegrass Conspiracy by Sally Denton

The Re-emergence of Fascism by Dennis Eisenberg

The Spear of Destiny by Trevor Ravenscroft

The Murder of Christ by Wilhelm Reich

Sabotage! by Sayers and Khan

The Grand Chessboard: American Primacy And Its Geostrategic Imperatives by Zbigniew Brzezinski

Confessions of an Economic Hit Man by John Perkins

Seven Financial Conspiracies by Mrs. Sarah E. V. Emery

Blackwater: The Rise of the World's Most Powerful Mercenary Army by Jeremy Scahill

The David Icke Guide to the Global Conspiracy by David Icke

Secrets of the Federal Reserve by Eustace Mullins

The Case Against the Fed by Murray N. Rothbard

Who's Who of the Elite : Members of the Bilderbergs, Council on Foreign Relations, & Trilateral Commission by Robert Gaylon, Sr. Ross

Terrorstorm - A History of Government Sponsored Terrorism by Alex Jones

Secrets of the Temple: How the Federal Reserve Runs the Country by William Greider

The Unseen Hand by A. Ralph Epperson

The 5000 Year Leap: A Miracle That Changed the World by W. Cleon Skousen (Required reading!)

The Canaris Conspiracy by Roger Manvell & Heinrich Fraenkel

For the President's Eyes Only by Christopher Andrew

In Retrospect: The Tragedy and Lessons of Vietnam by Robert Strange McNamara - A superficial and selective mea culpa. The former Secretary of Defense claims our governing elite had little understanding of the Vietnamese and the war — and from the perspective of 25 years — explains all that they did (do) not know. McNamara decries the Vietnamese lack of resolve to fight, he still does not realize that they won, repelling the world's strongest military force. McNamara was the best and brightest of the "best and brightest," but his book does not cite a single communist source. The shallowness of his analysis exposes the intellectual prostitution demanded of America's academic elite. Sam Adams, a CIA analyst, who fought the CIA at every step, said the Agency in undercounting the VC, refused to use what should have been its primary source — captured enemy documents. In my own experience I discovered that the CIA buried any information that did not support its pro-war policies. Asian communist leaders set forth in their writings the plans and programs of their revolutions but I doubt if any Agency operative, or any member of the best and brightest, ever read or, if so, understood those writings. The CIA recruited paid agents to tell the CIA what it wanted to hear, ignoring the mass of overt information that so disproved our rationales for the war. This practice epitomizes Agency operations from the beginning to the present.

THE BEARTRAP: AFGHANISTAN'S UNTOLD STORY by Mohammad Yousaf & Adkin, M. - The book outlines CIA's support operation for the Mujaheddin in Afghanistan via Pakistan's Inter-Service Intelligence (ISI), Pakistan's CIA. ISI funneled 70 per cent of all material aid — money, uniforms, weapons, including stinger missiles and demolitions — to radical Islamic fundamentalists. Now radical Islamic fundamentalism is one of our major problems.

SAFE HOUSE: THE COMPELLING MEMOIRS OF THE ONLY CIA SPY TO SEEK ASYLUM IN RUSSIA by E.L. Howard - Howard says he had no contact with the Soviets until FBI harassment operations forced him to flee the United States and seek sanctuary in the USSR.

SELL OUT: ALDRICH AMES AND THE CORRUPTION OF THE CIA by James Adams - The story of Ames' betrayal. To protect Ames the KGB ran deception operations that kept the FBI chasing false leads for years. The book foreshadows a series of other such books on Ames.






Sell Out: Aldrich Ames and the Corruption of the CIA by James Adams

Philip Dru Administrator by Edward Mandell House

War of Numbers: An Intelligence Memoir by Samuel Adams

Diana, The Queen of Hearts & The CIA, Prince of Darkness by B.C. Adamson

Inside the Company by Philip Agee

On the Run by Philip Agee

La Pença: On Trial in Costa Rica by Tony & Honey Avirgan

La Pença: Report of an Investigation by Toney & Honey Avirgan

The Control of Candy Jones by Donald Bain

The Counterinsurgency Era by D.S. Blaufarb

Killing Hope: U.S Military and CIA Interventions Since World War II by William Blum

The CIA: A Forgotten History by William Blum

Rogue State: A Guide to the World's Only Superpower by William Blum

The CIA File by R.L. & J. Marks Borosage

The Hidden Evil by Mark

TRANCE Formation of America, by Cathy O'Brien, with Mark Phillips

Mafia, CIA and George Bush by Pete Brewton

American Dreamers — The Wallaces and Reader's Digest: An Insider's Story by Peter Canning

The Crisis in Drug Prohibition by The CATO Institute

Deterring Democracy by Noam Chomsky

The Culture of Terrorism by Noam Chomsky

What Uncle Sam Really Wants by Noam Chomsky

The CIA: Reality vs. Myth by Ray Cline

Whiteout: The CIA, Drugs and the Press by Alexander Cockburn & Jeffrey St. Clair

Out of Control by Leslie Cockburn

Honorable Men: My Life in the CIA by William E. Colby

Lost Victory by W. Colby

In The Sleep Room by Anne Collins

The IndoChina Story: A Fully Documented Account by the Committee of Concerned Asian Scholars

CIA Mind Control Operations in America by Alex Constantine

Blond Ghost: Ted Shackley and the CIA's Crusades by D. Corn

History of the Counterintelligence Staff 1954-1974 (unpublished CIA study, 1981) by Cleveland C. Cram

Our Man in Panama by John Dinges

The Power Elite by C. Wright Mill

Pedagogy of the Oppressed by Paulo Freire

Secret Warriors: Inside the Covert Military Operations of the Reagan Era by Steven Emerson

Deception: The Invisible War between the KGB and the CIA by Edward J. Epstein

Uncloaking the CIA by H. Frazier

Spyworld: Inside the American and Canadian Intelligence Establishments by Mike Frost & Michael Gratton

War at Home by Brian Glick

New Terrorism: How U.S Collusion with Drug Dealers and Terrorist Brought Down Pan Am 103 and Brought Terror to America by Donald Goddard & Lester Coleman

Gentleman Spy: The Life of Allen Dulles by Peter Gross

The Book of Honor: The Secret Lives and Deaths of CIA Operatives by Ted Gup

In Contempt of Congress by Joy & Siegel Hackel

Theirs was the Kingdom: Lila and Dewitt Wallace and the Story of the Reader's Digest by John Heidenry

The Real Terror Network: Terrorism in Fact and Propaganda by Edward S. Herman

Deadly Secrets: The CIA & Mafia War against Castro and the Assassination of JFK by Warren Hinckle & Willam Turner

Safe House: The Compelling Memoirs of the Only CIA Spy to Seek Asylum in Russia by E.L. Howard

Allan Welsh Dulles as Director of Central Intelligence 26 February 1953 - 29 November 1961, Volume III, Covert Activities by Wayne G. Jackson

A Season of Inquiry: The Senate Intelligence Investigation by Loch Johnson

Modern Times by Paul Johnson

History of the Central Intelligence Agency, Book IV of the Final Report of the Church Committee by Anne Karalekas

In Our Image: America's Empire in the Philippines by Stanley Karnow

The Great Heroin Coup by Henrik Kruger

The Crimes of Patriots: A True Tale of Dope, Dirty Money and the CIA by Jonathan Kwitny

Acid Dreams: The CIA, LSD and the Sixties Rebellion by Martin A. Lee & Bruce Shlain

The Boys on the Tracks by Mara Leveritt

Holy War, Unholy Victory: Eyewitness to the CIA's Secret War in Afghanistan by Kurt Lohbeck

Cold Warrior: James Jesus Angleton, the CIA's Master Spy Hunter by Tom Mangold

War in the Shadows: the Vietnam Experience by R. Manning

The CIA and the Cult of Intelligence by Victor Marchetti & John D. Marks

The Search for the Manchurian Candidate - The CIA and Mind Control by John Marks

The Iran-Contra Connection by Scott Marshall

Wilderness of Mirrors by David Martin

Terrorism & The Illuminati by David Livingstone (Required reading!)

The Clinton Chronicles, 3rd ed. by Patrick Matrisciana

The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia by Alfred W. McCoy

Backfire: The CIA's Secret War in Laos and its Link to the War in Vietnam by Alfred W. McCoy

A Question of Torture by Alfred W. McCoy

The Politics of Heroin, CIA Complicity in the Global Drug Trade by Alfred W. McCoy

Deadly Deceits by Ralph McGehee

High Treason by Robert Groden

Crossfire by Jim Marrs

The Torbitt Document: Nomenclature of an Assassination Cabal by William Torbitt

A Heritage of Stone by Jim Garrison

On the Trail of the Assassins by Jim Garrison

Six Seconds in Dallas by Josiah Thompson

Facing Reality: From World Federalism to the CIA by Cord Meyer

Spying for America by N. Miller

The Underground Empire — Where Crime and Governments Embrace by James Mills

Spies and Provacateurs: A Worldwide Encyclopedia of Persons Conducting Espionage and Covert Action by W. Minnick

Brought to Light by Alan Moore & Bill Sienkiewicz

TRANCE Formation of America Through Mind Control by Cathy O'Brien & Mark Phillips

Honorable Treachery: A History of U.S. Intelligence, Espionage and Covert Action from the American Revolution to the CIA by G.J.A. O'Toole

The Final Judgment by M.C. Piper

The Man Who Kept the Secret by T. Powers

Presidents' Secret Wars by J. Prados

The Secret Team by L. Fletcher Prouty

The Jonestown Death Tape

The Agency: The Rise and Decline of the CIA by John Ranelagh

Trafficking: The Boom and Bust of the Air America Cocaine Ring by Berkeley Rice

The U.S. Intelligence Community by Jeffrey Richelson

Air America by Christopher Robbins

Crime and Cover-up; The CIA, the Mafia, and the Dallas-Watergate Connection by Peter Dale Scott

Drugs, Oil and War by Peter Dale Scott

Cocaine Politics — Drugs, Armies and the CIA in Central America by Peter Dale Scott & Jonathan Marshall

Gold Warriors: America's Secret Recovery of Yamashita's Gold by Peggy & Sterling Seagrave

Global Tyranny Step By Step by William F Jasper (Required reading!)

Desperados — Latin Drug Lords, U.S. Lawmen and the War America Can't Win by Elaine Shannon

A Bright Shining Lie by N. Sheehan

Silent Warfare — Understanding the World of Intelligence by Abram N. Shulsky

The Twisted Cross by Joseph Carr(Required reading!)

A Murder in Wartime by J. Stein

Defrauding America: Dirty Secrets of the CIA and other Government Operations by Rodney Stich

Disavow: A CIA Saga of Betrayal by Rodney Stich & T. Conan Russell

The Unauthorized Biography of George Bush by Webster Tarpley & Anton Chaiken (Required reading!)

Journey into Madness: Medical Torture and the Mind Controllers by Gordon Thomas

Oyster: The Story of the Australian Secret Intelligence Service by B. Toohey & W. Pinwill

Donovan and the CIA: A History of the Establishment of the Central Intelligence Agency by Thomas F. Troy

Secrecy and Democracy: The CIA in Transition by Stansfield Turner

The Phoenix Program by D. Valentine

Secret Intelligence by E. Volkman & B. Baggett

The CIA Under Harry Truman: CIA Cold War Records by Michael Warner

Father, Son and CIA by Harvey Weinstein

666 Illuminati by William Josiah Sutton

Tragedy & Hope: A History of the World in Our Time by Carroll Quigley (Required reading!)

The Hidden Secrets Of The Rainbow by Constance E. Cumbey (Required reading!)

The Spy Who Got Away: The Inside Story of Edward Lee Howard by David Wise

Molehunt — The Secret Search for Traitors that Shattered the CIA by David Wise

The Beartrap: Afghanistan's Untold Story by Mohammad Yousaf & M. Adkin

Einige Originalschriften des Illuminatenordens (Munich, 1787)

Nachtrag von weitern Originalschriften, etc. (Munich, 1787)

Die neuesten Arbeiten des Spartacus und Philo in dem Illuminatenorden (Munich, 1794).

Richard van Dülmen, ed., Der Geheimbund der Illuminaten (Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt: frommann-holzboog, 1977)

Henry Coston, La Conjuration des Illuminés (Paris: La Librairie Française, 1979).

Proofs of a Conspiracy Against All the Religions and Governments of Europe by John Robison, (New York: George Forman, 1798, reprint (Boston: Western Islands, 1967)

Abbé Augustin Barruel, Memoirs Illustrating the History of Jacobinism, 4 vols., (London: T. Burton, 1797-1798), much more detailed and more persuasively written than Robison.

Nesta H. Webster, World Revolution (Boston: Small, Maynard and Co., 1921). I much prefer the revised and updated edition published by Britons, Devon, England, 1971, with index and bibliography. This contains the important corrections Webster made prior to her death in 1960, always ignored by those who attempt to discredit her as anti-Semitic. Nesta H. Webster, Secret Societies and Subversive Movements (London: Boswell, 1924) very important, but unfortunately the last two chapters were never revised. There are unauthorized paperback reprints of all three.

James H. Billington, Fire in the Minds of Men. Origins of the Revolutionary Faith (New York: Basic Books, 1980)

Mystäres de la Conspiration (Paris, 1791), p. 16: "Croquis ou Project de Revolution de Monsieur de Mirabeau."

"Les Idées de Mirabeau sur la Franc-Maconnerie" Révolution Française, October, 1882, as translated in: H.C. Bruce Wilson, "Mirabeau's Scheme for the Political Penetration of Freemasonry," Transactions of the Quatuor Coronati Lodge, vol. LVII (1944) pp. 138-148.

Anonymous [Marquis de Luchet], Essai sur la Secte des Illuminés (Paris, 1789), written in 1788 to warn that the Illuminati intended to use French freemasonry to foment the revolution which occurred after the book was published.

Nesta H. Webster, The French Revolution, A Study in Democracy (London: Constable, 1919). Her master work documented with primary sources, it reads like a textbook of subversive strategy as carried out ever since 1789.

Nesta H. Webster, Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette Before the Revolution (London: Constable, 1936), and Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette During the Revolution (London: Constable, 1937).

J. E. S. Tuckett, "Napoleon I. and Freemasonry," Transactions of the Quatuor Coronati Lodge, vol. XXVII, 1914.

[Nodier], Histoire des Sociétés Secrètes de l'Armée (London: Longman, Hurst, 1815).
N. Deschamps and Claudio Jannet, Les Sociétés Secrètes et la Société, 3 vols., (Avignon: Fr. Seguin Ainé, 1876), much of which is summarized in English in:
Msgr. George F. Dillon, The War of the Antichrist with the Church and Christian Civilization (Dublin: M.H. Gill & Son, 1885). This very important work has been reprinted (with an inaccurate preface) as: Grand Orient Freemasonry Unmasked as the Secret Power Behind Communism (London: Britons, 1965).

Ben Weider and Sten Forshufvud, Assassination at St. Helena Revisited (New York: John Wiley, 1995), on evidence of Napoleon's murder.

Benjamin Fabre, Un Initié des Sociétés Secrètes supérieures "Franciscus, Eques A Capite Galeato" 1753-1814, Portrait et Documents inédits Nombreuses reproductions en Photogravure, Preface de Copin-Albancelli (Paris: La Renaissance Française, 1913), containing correspondence between Weishaupt's agents up to 1814.

Arthur Lehning, "Buonarroti and His International Secret Societies," International Review of Social History, (1956), I, pp. 112-140.

Elizabeth L. Eisenstein, The First Professional Revolutionist: Filippo Michele Buonarroti, 1761-1837, (Cambridge: Harvard, 1959).

Lucien de la Hodde, The Cradle of Rebellions: A History of the Secret Societies of France (New York: John Bradburn, 1864).

Mildred Headings, French Freemasonry and the Third Republic (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1949).

Henry Coston, La Republique du Grand Orient (Paris: La Librairie Française, 1976).

Carl Wittke, The Utopian Communist: A Biography of Wilhelm Weitling, Nineteenth-Century Reformer (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1950).

Memoirs of the Secret Societies of the South of Italy, Particularly the Carbonari. Translated from the Original Ms. (London: John Murray, 1821).

J. Cretineau-Joly, L'Église romaine en face de la Révolution, 2 vols., (Paris: Plon, 1860). Cretineau-July's account is essential on Buonarroti and his followers in Italy. It utilized primary source documents from the Vatican Archives.

Carlo Francovich, "Gli Illuminati di Weishaupt e l' idea equalitaria in alcune societa segrete del Risorgimento," Movimento Operaio, (1952) IV, pp. 553-598; Albori Socialisti nel Risorimento, Contributo Allo Studio Delle Società Segrete (1776-1835) (Firenze: Felice Le Monnier, 1962).

Leti, La Carboneria, Massoneria nel risorgimento italiano (Genoa, 1925).
Dufoureq, Le régime jacobin en Italie, (Paris: Perrier et Cie, 1900).
Memoirs of General Pepe, Bentley, London, 1846.

Lombard (Vincent) de Langres, History of the German Secret Societies and Their Work in Other Countries, (Paris, 1819).

The most extensive documentation of long-term Illuminist plotting to destroy the American Republic, from before the Whiskey Rebellion of 1794 to the leadership of the secession movements that provoked the war of 1861-65 and the assassination of Abraham Lincoln is:

William H. McIlhany, No Civil War At All: Eighty Years of Conspiracy to Destroy the United States, 1790-1870, serialized in Journal of Individualist Studies, Vol. 1, Nos. 1-2 (Winter, Fall, 1992). A few of these sources include: Orville J. Victor, History of American Conspiracies: A Record of Treason, Insurrection, Rebellion, &c. in the United States of America, from 1760 to 1860 (New York: James D. Torrey, Publisher, 1863, reprinted, New York: Arno Press, 1969)

An Authentic Exposition of the "K.G.C.", "Knights of the Golden Circle;" or A History of Secession from 1834 to 1861 (Indianapolis, 1861).

Felix G. Stidger, ed., Treason History of the Order of Sons of Liberty, Formerly Circle of Honor, Succeeded by Knights of the Golden Circle, Afterward Order of American Knights. The Most Gigantic Treasonable Conspiracy The World Has Ever Known (Chicago: Published by the Author, 1903).

John Smith Dye, History of the Plots and Crimes of The Great Conspiracy to Overthrow Liberty in America (Freeport, New York: Books for Libraries Press, 1969).
John A. Logan, The Great Conspiracy: Its Origins and History (New York: A.R. Hart & Co., 1886), pp. 757-779.

John W. Headley, Confederate Operations in Canada and New York (New York: Neale, 1906).

Ollinger Crenshaw, "The Knights of the Golden Circle: The Career of George Bickley," American Historical Review, vol. LXVII, no. l (October, 1941), pp. 23-50.

Roy Sylvan Dunn, "The K.G.C. in Texas, 1860-1861," Southwestern Historical Quarterly, vol. LXX, no. 4 (April, 1967).

George Fort Milton, Abraham Lincoln and the Fifth Column (New York: Vanguard Press, 1942).

Wood Gray, The Hidden Civil War: The Story of the Copperheads (New York: Viking Press, 1942).

James D. Horan, Confederate Agent: A Discovery in History (New York: Crown, 1954).
Elbert J. Benton, The Movement for Peace Without a Victory During the Civil War (New York: Da Capo Press, 1972).

Izola Forrester, This One Mad Act ... The Unknown Story of John Wilkes Booth and His Family by His Granddaughter (Boston: Hale, Cushman & Flint, 1937). Proves that Booth was acting as an agent of the K.G.C.

Theodore Roscoe, The Web of Conspiracy: The Complete Story of the Men Who Murdered Abraham Lincoln (Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 1959), pp. 3-19. - Roscoe's work is largely based on the pioneering research of Otto Eisenschiml. Independent corroboration for this thesis, without emphasis on the K.G.C. or its international connections, is: William A. Tidwell, James O. Hall and David Winfred Gaddy, Come Retribution: The Confederate Secret Service and the Assassination of Lincoln (Jackson: University of Missi-ssippi Press, 1988).

Michael J. Schaack, Anarchy and Anarchists (Chicago: F.J. Schulte, 1889), in recent hardback reprint, an exhaustive history of the Chicago Haymarket Square bombing in 1886.

Francis Neilson, How Diplomats Make War (New York: B.W. Huebsch, 1921).

The Earl Loreburn, How the War Came (London: Methuen & Company, 1919).

Charles Seymour, ed., Intimate Papers of Colonel House, 4 vols. (New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1928).

Charles Callan Tansill, America Goes to War (Boston: Little Brown, 1938).

Colin Simpson, The Lusitania (Boston: Little Brown, 1972).

A. G. Michel, La Dictature de Ia Franc-Maçonnerie sur Ia France, Documents (Paris: Editions Spes, 1924), for Illuminist origin of League of Nations.

Edgar Sisson, One Hundred Red Days: A Personal Chronicle of the Bolshevik Revolution (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1931.

Stefan A. Possony, A Century of Conflict (Chicago: Henry Regnery, 1953).

George Katkov, "German Foreign Office Documents on Financial Support to the Bolsheviks in 1917," International Affairs, vol. 32, no. 2 (April, 1956).

Antony Sutton, Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution (Westport, Connecticut: Arlington House, 1974), the evidence presented rather than the author's conclusions.
R. H. Bruce Lockhart, British Agent (New York: G.P. Putnam's, 1933).

H.B.C. Pollard, The Secret Societies of Ireland, Their Rise and Progress (London: Philip Allan, 1922).

Michael Kenny, No God Next Door: Red Rule in Mexico and Our Responsibility (1991 paperback reprint of 1935 edition)

Francis McCullagh, Red Mexico (New York: Louis Carrier, 1928).

Jorge Vera Estanõl, Carranza and His Bolshevik Regime (Los Angeles: Wayside, 1920).

The General Cause, The Red Domination in Spain, Preliminary Information Drawn Up By the Ministry of Justice (Madrid, 1946).

Nesta H. Webster, Surrender of an Empire (London: Boswell, 1931), detailing the destruction of the British Empire by Communist-controlled "anti-colonialist" movements abroad and influential conspirators in the British government.

Claude Mouton, La Contrerévolution en Algérie (Vouillé: Diffusion de la Pensée Française, 1972).

Hearings, House of Representatives, Select Committee to Investigate Certain Statements of Dr. William Wirt, 73rd Congress, 2nd Session, April 10 and 17, 1934 (Washington: G.P.O., 1934).

James Burnham, The Web of Subversion (Boston: Western Islands, 1965).

Rudolf von Sebottendorff, Bevor Hitler Kam (Munich, 1934).

Rene Alleau, Hitler et les sociétés secrètes. Enquete sur les sources occultes du nazisme (Paris: Editions Bernard Grasset, 1969).

Jean-Michel Angebert, The Occult and the Third Reich (New York: MacMillan, 1974).

Francis King, Satan and Swastika, The Occult and the Nazi Party (St. Albans, Herts: Mayflower, 1976).

Cecil F. Melville, The Russian Face of Germany, London: Wishart, 1932.
Jan Valtin, Out of the Night (New York: Alliance, 1944), especially Chapter 24, "The Shadow of the Swastika."

Antony C. Sutton, Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler (Sea Beach, CA: '76 Press, 1976).

David Irving, Churchill's War (New York: Avon Books, 1991). Probably the most important and best documented study under this topic by one of the outstanding historians of the century.

Francis Neilson, The Churchill Legend (Appleton, Wisconsin: C.C. Nelson, 1954); The Makers of War (Appleton, Wisconsin: C.C. Nelson, 1950), and his major work, The Tragedy of Europe, A Commentary on the Second World War, 1938-1945, 5 vols. (Appleton, Wisconsin: C.C. Nelson, 1940-1946).

John Toland, Infamy: Pearl Harbor and Its Aftermath (Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1982).

Harry Elmer Barnes, ed., Perpetual War For Perpetual Peace (Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton, 1953).

Charles Callan Tansill, Back Door to War, The Roosevelt Foreign Policy, 1933-1941 (Chicago: Henry Regnery, 1952).

G. Edward Griffin, The Fearful Master, A Second Look at the United Nations (Boston: Western Islands, 1965).

William F. Jasper, Global Tyranny ... Step By Step (Appleton, WI: Western Islands, 1992).

Carroll Quigley, Tragedy and Hope (New York: MacMillan, 1966), documentation for which is supplied in his: The Anglo-American Establishment (New York: Books in Focus, 1981) XXX and, Walter Nimocks, Milner's Young Men: The "kindergarten" in Edwardian Imperial Affairs, Durham: Duke University Press, 1968.

William H. McIlhany, II, The Tax-Exempt Foundations (New Rochelle: Arlington House, 1980), containing the only in-depth coverage of the findings of Norman Dodd, Research Director of the Reece Committee investigation in Congress, 1953-54, including the roles played by Wayne Hays, former CIA Director William Casey and, regrettably, René Wormser (author, Foundations: Their Power and Influence, New York: Devin-Adair, 1958) in sabotaging the investigation.

James Perloff, The Shadows of Power (Appleton, WI: Western Islands, 1988).

Antony C. Sutton, Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development, 1917-1965, 3 vols., (Stanford: Hoover Institution, 1968-1973). Details the total dependency of the Soviet Union on western aid and technology, most of that from the United States or subsidized by U.S. taxpayers. Summarized and updated in his: National Suicide, Military Aid to the Soviet Union (New Rochelle, New York: Arlington House, 1974) and The Best Enemy Money Can Buy (Billings, Montana: Liberty House, 1986).

Joseph Finder, Red Carpet (New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1983).

R.J. Rummel, Lethal Politics: Soviet Genocide and Mass Murder Since 1917 (New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction, 1990); China's Bloody Century: Genocide and Mass Murder Since 1900 (New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction, 1991)

Marvin Antelman, To Eliminate the Opiate (New York: Zahavia, 1974).

Alan Stang, It's Very Simple, The True Story of "Civil Rights," (Boston: Western Islands, 1965).

William H. McIlhany, II, Klandestine, The Untold Story of Delmar Dennis and His Role in the F.B.I.'s War Against the Ku Klux Klan (New Rochelle, Arlington House, 1975).

Pierre deVillemarest, Histoire Secrète des Organisations Terroristes, 4 vols., (Genève: Éditions Famot, 1976).

Claire Sterling, The Terror Network (New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1981).
Ray S. Cline and Yonah Alexander, Terrorism: The Soviet Connection (New York: Crane Russak, 1984).

Arthur Bliss Lane, I Saw Poland Betrayed (New York: Bobbs-Merrill, 1948).

Robert Welch, The Politician (Boston: Belmont Publishing, 1964).

Alan Stang, The Actor, The True Story of John Foster Dulles (Boston: Western Islands, 1968).

Hilaire du Berrier, Background to Betrayal, The Tragedy of Vietnam (Boston: Western Islands, 1965).

Earl E.T. Smith, The Fourth Floor (New York: Random House, 1962) on Cuba.

Anastasio Somoza and Jack Cox, Nicaragua Betrayed (Boston: Western Islands, 1980).

Anatoliy Golitsyn, New Lies For Old (New York: Dodd, Mead), 1984, available in two unauthorized paperback reprints.

Edward J. Epstein, Deception: The Invisible War Between the KGB and the CIA (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1989).

Soviet Analyst, edited and published by Christopher Story ($350 for 10 issues per year, from: World Reports Limited, 108 Horseferry Road, London SW1P 2EF). Since 1991, this periodical has provided detailed analysis of Soviet disinformation strategy written from the perspective of Anatoliy Golitsyn including articles by Golitsyn and excerpts from his second volume, The Perestroika Deception, (London: Edward Harle Ltd., 1995). This book is available for $19.95 plus $2 shipping from: General Birch Services Corp., P.0. Box 8040. Appleton, WI 54913. The reader is strongly urged to purchase and read New Lies For Old and The Perestroika Deception very carefully.

Dodd Report to the Reece Committee on Foundations (1954)

Jim Tucker's Bilderberg Diary, by James P. Tucker

The Shadows of Power: The Council on Foreign Relations & the American Decline, by James Perloff

Awakening to our Awful Situation by Jack Monnett (Required reading!)

International Terrorism and the CIA: Documents, Eyewitness Reports, Facts by Vitaly Syrokomsky

Journey Into Madness: The True Story of Secret CIA Mind Control and Medical Abuse by Gordon Thomas

Imperial Hubris: Why the West is Losing the War on Terror by Michael Scheuer

Radio Liberty: The Secret Government (4 One Hour Interviews) (Required listening!)

U.S. Congressional Committee Reports

* Title: Final Report [of the Church Committee]
* Committee: Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities
* Publication date: 1976
* Publisher: U.S. Govt. Printing Office

* Title: Project MKULTRA, The CIA's Program of Research in Behavioral Modification
* Committee: Joint Hearing Before the Select Committee on Intelligence and the Subcommittee on Health and Scientific Research of the Committee on Human Resources
* Publication date: 1977
* Publisher: U.S. Govt. Printing Office

* Title: Drugs, Law Enforcement and Foreign Policy
* Committee: Committee on Foreign Relations, Subcommittee on Terrorism, Narcotics and International Operations
* Publication date: 1989
* Publisher: U.S. Govt. Printing Office

* Title: An Assessment of the the Aldrich Ames Espionage Case and its Implications for U.S. Intelligence
* Committee: Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
* Publication date: 1994-11-01
* Publisher:

* Title: Report of Investigation: The Aldrich Ames Case
* Committee: Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, U.S. House of Representatives
* Publication date: 1994-11-30
* Publisher:

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