24 of 27 people found the following review helpful
on June 29, 2012
This work has been a profound influence on my own work. Written as a continuation of Mullins' research on the Federal Reserve system, commissioned by Ezra Pound, this delves into the Rothschild World system behind World affairs:
Chapter 1 focuses on the Rothschilds, the City of London, and the expansion of the power structures these people set up, which form the basis of the present World Order.
Chapter 2 shows how Soviet communism was in reality an extension of international finance capitalism.
Chapter 3 shows how World War II was a managed conflict.
Chapter 4 shows how the American aristocracy was/is an extension of the Rothschild empire.
Chapter 5 delves into the CIA and British intelligence, and it's ties to the power structures already established.
Chapter 6 looks into the political influence of the Bechtel corporation.
Chapter 7 looks into the network of control established by various interlocking tax-exempt foundations.
Chapter 8 delves into a broad, historical overview of this hegemony of parasitism.
My only problem with Eustace Mullins is that he made mistakes. However, he did transmit to the American people Ezra Pound's knowledge of the history of the parasitic class and their techniques of control. Pound unfortunately flirted with bigotry, but he did not make the kind of mistakes Mullins did, and was absolutely correct on the subject of international finance.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on August 14, 2014
Eustace Mullins is a WORLD HERO. Get ALL HIS WORKS FREE at his website eusticemullins DOT us. Also his nephew is selling his works on ebay FOR MUCH MUCH LESS THAN AMAZON PIRATES. His other major works, The World Order and Secrets of the Federal Reserve are a MUST for the NON-Programmed or Deluded who are interested in REAL HISTORY, not bankster satanic history that's spoon fed to us throughout our lives. I can't recommend Eustace Mullins works more.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on June 5, 2013
This is a very interesting and intriguing book to read. To summarize the book, it is basically a synopsis of the inner relationship between corporate, state, and intelligence interests. Essentially a fascist state. That is exactly what the U.S. has become. All of it of course under the guise of spreading democracy and peace. The author provides numerous examples of inter marriage between rich and powerful people in order to maintain status quo. Also, how politicians, after they "serve" their country, they then become lobbyists or CEO's of major corporations. So while in office they tax you, and then when they return to private life, they move your job overseas and provide you with a pink slip. When will the people put an end to such nonsense, and stop showing up at these political rally's waving banners? As if this next political crony actually cares about you. Let us also stop waving the flag and wearing buttons acting like the military is being used to keep us safe from terrorism. It is not! It is being used for corporate interests.
To cite an example from this book: John Connally(shot also with JFK) becomes advisor to Nixon, and CEO of two companies. Robert Mcnamara, Sec. of Defense under Kennedy. He then becomes President of the World Bank. Gerald Ford, member of the Warren Commission. He then becomes CEO for a defense contractor. Lee Harvey Oswald; lone nut gunmen? Not a chance!
There are two negatives to this book. The author is all over the place, talking in one paragraph about the civil war and then in the next talking about WWII. There are also no sources, so everything in the book needs to be verified. Near the end of the book, Eustace Mullins describes the relationship between the parasite and the host. An analogy used to describe the few living off the masses; the rich off the poor. This has been a reality from past to present, from generation to generation. Will the host ever become educated and stop falling for the propaganda?
The rich ruleth over the poor...(Proverbs 22:7 KJV)
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on February 14, 2015
The book was advertised as new, the book is aged which is normal, I accept normal aging of paper books. While reading the book, I have found two pages where the upper outside pages are dog eared, There must be a new definition to new on old books, I can accept that also, I like the condition of the book and it's a keeper.