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24 of 29 people found the following review helpful
on August 23, 1998
This is an excellent book to show you how the United Nations evolved, and what it is doing up to the year 1964. It tells about the motives and goals, including the final goal of moving toward the New World Order. It has a wonderful index and glossary. A must have for those who want to know more about globalism.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on August 15, 2012
I bought this book years ago at a used book store and read it on a whim. I'm glad I did. G. Edward Griffin exposes an agency that has been pushing world-wide statism since its inception in 1947. The introduction by James B. Utt (congressman) is excellent and sets the tone of this non-fiction work quite well. The incident in Katanga chapter illustrates the modus operandi of UN "peace keeping" operations that have continued to this day. The Master Planners chapter shows how the UN wishes to micromanage all of society in a socialistic-style "planned society" modeled after Das Kapital. This plan is actually going on today in the form of Agenda 21 (read BEHIND THE GREEN MASK: U.N. Agenda 21 by Ross Kaire. The Psychological Warfare chapter shows how the UN charter and its goals mirror those put forward in the Soviet constitution of 1936 and Marxist doctrine in general. The final chapter The Fearful Master completes this well researched book's message that the UN is anathema to our constitution and the idea of freedom itself. I strongly recommend this book for homeschoolers and parents wishing to educate their children about what the UN really is--a front for worldwide statism.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
on December 10, 2009
This is an excellent book regarding the formation and intent of the United Nations. The author's understanding and predictions are very clearly seen in the current headlines. This takes some time to read through in order to piece all of the details together. Can be used as a study into the UN and how the US has been played on the world stage.

It will make the reader think about the current world events now unfolding.

I highly recommend this as mandatory reading for young adults in High School and College.
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11 of 15 people found the following review helpful
on May 27, 2006
G. Edward Griffin has written other

outstanding books, such as the one on

cancer, but this is his best. Look

also on amazon for his videos, that

turn up here sometimes too. A very

fine, Patriotic author tells all

about the New World Order Sycophants

'hangout' in this outstanding book!
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on July 12, 2015
Altho I really, really liked Griffin's book on the Federal Reserve - "The Creature from Jekyll Island," I was not that impressed with "The Fearful Master," mainly because it was written back in the "Red scare" days of the Cold War 60s. I felt I wanted a more nuanced overview that didn't depend so much on blaming "the Communists" for everything, when I think the U.S. was up to its neck (as usual), too. I must admit I did not finish the book, so maybe it would have better met my expectations had I continued reading - it just seemed too "dated."
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0 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on January 28, 2015
This book is wrong on so many things when it comes to the united nations effort in the Congo. The book is just unbiassed anti UN propoganda and it not worth your time.
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4 of 32 people found the following review helpful
on March 27, 2011
No where do we see that this author is a dedicated member of the John Birch Society. For those who are unaware of it - it's a right wing crackpot organization from the 60's that believes such nonsense like the idea that President Eisenhower was a "dedicated member of the international communist conspiracy". Nothng in this book is to be believed. I met this guy in 1966 - nutcase.
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