I previously read Estulin's book, The True Story of the Bilderberg Group, and it is probably advisable to read it before this one, to get a better understanding of who these shadow masters are and the depth of their control and influence on world governments.
This book details specific historical events and how they were controlled and manipulated by the Bilderberg group to get the results they wanted, to further their efforts of a one-world government... run by them.
Estulin shows how the collapse of Russia in the late 1990's was accomplished to take over all of their natural resources at bargain basement prices, all done with U.S. taxpayer money funneled through the IMF. The money never even left the U.S. The situation in Kosovo was similar, with the exception that they had to start a war there to get what they wanted.
No matter who is in office, the same advisors always seem to be in power, and the same non-profit "think tanks" spew out the same mis-information. Why? Because all these news organizations and reporters are all part of the CFR. Public opinion is manipulated to suit their agenda.
Policy is established first, then the intel and facts are disemanated by mainstream media to corroborate and "fix" the policy. The shadow masters do not want bad news - Afghanistan is not about protecting the drug trade, it is about bringing democracy to a primitive land. Kosovo was not about seizing natural resources, it was about freeing oppressed people.
The author did some painstaking research to show the inconsistencies in the collapse of Russia and the Victor Bout case. Situations and people may change, but the process the shadow government uses remains the same. These one-world order masters understand that ideas are more powerful than weapons and bombs.
Good book to read to get a different perspective to explain what is going on in the work right now.
It appears that if the public does not very quickly become very involved in their government...we are screwed. I have heard less informed state that governments are too chaotic to get much done ...yet they have intentionally destabilized entire countries and governments to get what they want. Estulin describes this in detail with ample research credits. American banks are neck deep in money laundering and the drug money is a globalists cash cow elixir. Eliminate drugs...not on your lifetime. The Imperialists need it to fund their illicit activities in other countries who are not "open democracies". Your definition of democracy, by the way, is not the same as it is for the global elite. Estulin illustrates the processes of identification of resources and the methods which are employed to get them. If it means war.....so be it, death and destabilization of populations....too bad. While not shocked at the lack of compassion...it's absolute absence appears evil. Trine Day publishes books of respected authors whose topics shall we say are not welcome by the traditional publishing houses. After reading the "True Story of the Bilderberg",by Daniel Estulin, I have gained great respect to the length and danger Estulin puts himself into to get his material. At times I feel submerged in a spy novel,at times I feel frustrated at the sheer magnitude of the issues at hand. I have taken "Shadow Masters" as another call to action. My personal motivation has been to call and write to my Senators and Representatives and express my disdain. I fear my fellow citizens must carry the water more than they currently do if any dent in the behavior of the US government is to be changed. The author gives us many good reasons to use the collective power of our voices.
I just finished this fascinating read about all the things the mainstream media will not tell us. I admit, I am an avowed conspiracist and Shadow Masters fits very comfortably in this broad genre of conspiracy writing. My saving grace from the many conservative commentators is that I have for years been reading much the same material in other books by other authors. Shadow Masters pulls the carpet back that much further and articulates the immense problem that we poor citizens must over-come in order to see something of the true state of the world in which we live.
In the Epilogue that I have just finished reading, Estulin writes, particularly on page 232 (regarding the media), "The Shadow Master's regime does not want bad news just good news..." and as examples he cites Afghanistan, Kosovo, Russia and Victor Bout. I am embarrassed because perhaps the biggest player in this media sham is Rupert Murdoch who is from Australia, originally, and the university carrying his name is unfortunately just several kilometres from where this is being typed.
Estulin even brought out new material that surprised an old conspiracy reader like me when on pages 223 and 224 he talked about 58 major explosions around the world and the belief of some people that they were really micro nuclear weapons explosions; probably the most well known would be the Oklahoma City Federal Building. Estulin uses as his source in Chapter Six, Nuclear Gamesmanship, a guy called Dimitri Khalezov, a former Soviet nuclear intelligence officer who apprises the author of many eye-opening myths about dirty bombs and suitcase bombs. The price paid for Shadow masters is recouped in this chapter alone.Read more ›