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ISBN-13: 978-1463609672 ISBN-10: 1463609671

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  • Paperback: 206 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (September 19, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1463609671
  • ISBN-13: 978-1463609672
  • Product Dimensions: 9.9 x 7.9 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,893,173 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Dan Smoot (1913-2003) was an FBI agent and a conservative political activist. From the 1950s to 1971 , he published The Dan Smoot Report, which chronicled alleged communist infiltration in various sectors of American government and society. In 1970 , he opposed the selection of a future U.S. president, George Herbert Walker Bush, as the Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate from Texas. He claimed that Bush's political philosophy was little different from the Democrats that he sought to oppose. Bush lost the Senate election that year to popular Democrat Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr. In 1972 , Smoot opposed the reelection of Richard M. Nixon and served as campaign manager for American Independent Party presidential candidate John G. Schmitz of California.

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His ultimate recommendation is that the "only one sure and final way to stop this great and growing evil... is to eliminate the income-tax system which spawned it."
Steven H. Propp
The author discusses the best way to deal with this problem, since the CFR control of our government is systemic.
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41 of 46 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 22, 1998
Format: Paperback
Dan Smoot's "Invisble Government" sold about 1 million copies through self-publishing alone, but it did not appear on the New York Times "Best Sellers List" of 1962.
Essentially it is a book dealing with organization called The Council on Foreign Relations founded by Edward Mandel House, one of the Dullers brothers and others devoted to bringing "socialism as dreamed of by Karl Marx.", to quote House, to this country.
The writing is dry but effective. I think that had he lived, Senator Joseph McCarthy might have written this book himself since the Council is one of groups that he was getting into his sights before Eisenhower stopped him.
What Dan Smoot revealed is how it'c control of the national medias is so pervasive that true and vital news seldom gets to the populace at large. For instance, current members of the CFR include: Dan Rather, Tom Browkaw, Charlene Hunter Gault, and many others we have intrusted to inform and protect us.
His anaylsis of it's goals bear close attention for those who are interested in anwering befuddling questions about U.S. foreign and domestic policies.
Over twenty six years later "The Shadows of Power" by James Perloff, brought the CFR up to date, and the report on how this subversive organization has not been dealt with is not good!
From what one may gather after reading "The Invisible Government" is how many lives have been ruined or lost in order to fulfill the dreams of a few determined to create a "New World Order". If you think this is only the stuff of Ian Flemming or H.G. Wells, this book goes a long way to prove otherwise.
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 17, 1998
Format: Paperback
Smoots isn't the greatest writer I've ever read, but the story is so important that it should find it's way to everyone's bookcase. Most people believe that only kooks believe in a government within a government, but here is a former FBI agent that found exactly that.
Some will remember the IPR - China scandle that brought communism into China right after WWII. Those that don't will be educated on it. Those that do remember, we be taken down into the motives and reasons behind the actions of the IPR and the men that backed them.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Mark Watterson on June 19, 2008
Format: Paperback
This Book Has More Meat In IT Than A 2-FT Long Philly Cheesesteak Sandwhich. Every time I see this book lying around the house, I pick it up and lose myself in it. It's absorbing for its information, not its easy readability. Author Dan Smoot is a man in the know. His profile near the back lists him as "a former member of the F.B.I. headquarters staff in Washington...and [who]authored the bestselling "The Business End of Government". The book, "Invisible Government" is a companion to those of us who realize how absurd it is that the mega wealthy would accept the democratic principles of the US Constitution (which supposedly gives governing power to the people). With chilling support, Smoot writes that the real government (the Invisible one) is composed of certain secret and pseudo-secret societies such as the CFR (Council on Foreign Relations) and the Trilateral Commission. Members of these societies (and he gives lists and names plenty of very familiar people) are then placed within the US Government in very key positions and control world events, with the president merely a puppet, a public face man who smiles at the public and is the receiver of their trust-and their wrath when things go bad. (Who could doubt this, given the George W. Bush tenure?) Smoot tells us about the founder of the CFR, Col. Edward M. House, and that the CFR is only the US branch of the secret society, with the main branch known as the RIIA, Royal Institute of International Affairs, founded in Great Britain under the stewardship of certain members carrying on the mission set forth in the will of Cecil Rhodes, see my review of Rhodes: Race for Africa. Col. Edward M.Read more ›
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Elliot Malach VINE VOICE on April 20, 2010
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This book was written in the early 1960s, and looking back, Dan Smoot had some great insight into what was going to happen and what the invisible government was going to attempt to accomplish.

I've read quite a few books about the Bilderberg Group and the Council on Foreign Relations. One thing that I could not wrap my mind around was why would any American businessman, especially ruthless capitalists, want to steer the U.S. toward a one-world socialistic society. Why socialism? As Smoot explains, originally, most of them were not in favor of a one-world order, but after being continually exposed to these new philosophies, and with WWII and massive government contracts, greed won out. Who would have thought!

Of course, the CFR has an advertising branch, closely tied to government, which "sells" these ideas to the public.

The principle motive for a on-world order is world peace, but these are the same people who got us into 2 world wars, and keep us fighting all over the globe in the present.

He makes some very good points: in Declaration of Independence, "all men are... endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights..." The rights don't come from government. Government can't give the people anything that it has not first taken away from them.

The author discusses the best way to deal with this problem, since the CFR control of our government is systemic. His solution is to vote everyone out of office and start over.

Very interesting book, especially with the events going on in our current administration.
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