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  • Paperback: 412 pages
  • Publisher: Banned Books; 2 Revised edition (January 8, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0930852710
  • ISBN-13: 978-0930852719
  • Product Dimensions: 8.7 x 5.9 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #397,149 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Excellent... An amazing book; a remarkable book. Just very very interesting... I suggest you get it today. --Alex Jones, Infowars.com

About the Author

Jeffrey Grupp is an adjunct lecturer at Indiana and Purdue Universities. He is a Ph.D. candidate in philosophy at Purdue with an MA in philosophy from Western Michigan University, and a BA in anthropology from the University of New Mexico. His professional research specializations are Buddhism, quantum physics, and economic and political issues in philosophy. Grupp has published a dozen articles in top philosophy journals on quantum physics, Buddhism, and attacks on metaphysics. He is the originator of the mereological nihilist interpretation of quantum mechanics, which is a new interpretation of quantum physics meant to replace the largely metaphysical ones offered by Feynman and other physicists. Corporatism is his first publication on economic, anthropological, and political philosophical issues.

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Born in Michigan in 1970. Currently residing in Ann Arbor, MI. Profession: college lecturer. Former college instructor at Grand Valley State U, Western Michigan, Purdue (branch campuses) and Jackson Community college, teaching philosophy and religion, and more specifically teaching Eastern philosophy, ethics, metaphysics, and Buddhism. Website: ZenFlowerRadio.com. Married with children. Religion: Buddhist. Political activist. Metaphysician. Music preference: Baroque, ambient. Strong interests in art; art preferences: primitivist art (e.g., Jean-Michel Basquiat), poetry and cinepoems, modern art, street art, short experimental films. Reading preferences: metaphysics, philosophy, political. Main interests: metaphysics, nature, meditation, random acts of kindness.

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This weas a very interesting & informative book.
John E. Mitchell
If you are into conspiracy theories, you won't likely be disappointed, because they proliferate the entire book.
Terry Brant
I feel I really understand how things work in the world after this book.
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92 of 98 people found the following review helpful By Steve the poet on January 18, 2009
Format: Paperback
This book covers absolutely everything about the real forces of the world. Much of this information is not found anywhere else, I think. There is so much in this book. It's a big book, like a textbook, but you just cannot put it down, and everyone I loan it to says once they start reading they cannot put the d@#$ thing down! This book has over 820 footnotes backing up the claims, which are not just ideas, but stuff we can SEE. The book basically shows that certain big business fat-cats go a lot further than most of us would ever imagine in trying to control everyone, down to our deepest thoughts. The book also shows the way this hurts people, and what this secretive group has planned for the future--not pretty, scary stuff. This book does remind me of some of the things I read about with the global agenda in David Icke's books (especially the first few chapters of the INFINITE LOVE book), but without the reptoids--but I can't really compare this book to any others, it is just too unique. The best chapter, I say, is the chapter on vaccines. The book has lots of charts and makes connections I never saw before. I have read a lot in this area (PJ Watson, Tarpley, Thorn, others), and this book is by far the meatiest, and cuts to the real issues better than any others I know of. I feel I really understand how things work in the world after this book. This book is not for those who want to splash perfume on themselves and think that we need to just focus on Congress or the courts if we want to save ourselves. It goes much further than that, and shows that virtually all areas of society are controlled by this one secret group, but it shows this much more clearly than Icke does. You might think you are saving the world if you join the Peace Corps or vote for Kucinich, but Prof. Grupp shows in this book that, well, it's all part of the secret government. We are all like the people in that movie THE ISLAND!
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66 of 71 people found the following review helpful By geminga on April 21, 2009
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When I started reading about Builderbergs and shadow governemnts a year or so ago I thought books like this were idiot fodder. NOT SO. The things Congress does that seem to make no sence begin to fall into place like pieces to a puzzle. Why is the government so hell bent on forced population growth by a third world uneducated population...read. Why is the government so into Geneticly modified food...read...and you won't like it. Who controls your Congress..you won't like this either. One thing I do know is the greatest enemy to these masters of the universe is an educated well informed public. The more you know the more you can inform others.
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70 of 79 people found the following review helpful By James I. Greene on January 30, 2008
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This book is a needed wake up call for everyone. I could not recommend this book enough. You must read this with the most open mind possible and set aside a lot of things that you believe to be true. It is not leftist, or conservative, are Marxist or any of the usual. It is cold hard fact, scientific analysis and common sense that cuts through vast illusion and disinformation about what is truly happening in the world today. I have been studying these subjects for years and have never seen such a comprehensive and simple to understand approach. This world is more evil and cruel than a lot of things that I can even come up with in my imagination. Luckily we the people far outnumber this evil force, we only need to realize as a whole, as one, and say enough is enough. And maybe even achieve a higher state of consciousness along the way. People are waking up all over the world to what is really going on, inform yourself and spread the information, love, hope and do not ever be afraid. Do what you know to be right without fear of the consequences. Fear of the consequences only manifests the consequences.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Jimmy Lee on October 6, 2009
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Before I review this book, I will say that my mindset was impartial and curious before reading it. I agree with some other reviewers here on the premise that although this book may come off as hogwash, entertaining, worrisome, unsettling, or possibly just nerve racking. Regardless of anyone's beliefs I feel as though this book will be hard to put down once you start reading. There are some very interesting topics that Jeffrey Grupp analyzes with skepticism and serious doubt. Moreover, the evidence he uses to support his various claims ( Charts graphs, historical events, photographs) is also quite convincing and just might ignite independent thought and curiosity among the mindless masses that we unfortunately do have here in America.

Although no one can exactly prove as to whether certain events such as 9/11 happened as portrayed in the media and newspapers as factual or fabricated, this is not the main point here as repeated by Jeffrey Grupp over and over again. However, his main emphasis is not too dwell on the exact certainty or details of these events but to question things. As we all know we are never taught to question things such as authority. Moreover, we accept everything as factual from our education system, from our world leaders, from our influential business figures ect. In America, we are not taught to think like careful skeptics, or better rephrased "careful scientists", but obedient workers. The ironic part is we do learn about the scientific method early in childhood if one was enrolled in most grammar schools, (well, at least I did) but we are not actually trained to think like one.
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