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5.0 out of 5 stars Frightening., March 4, 2005
This review is from: None Dare Call It Conspiracy (Hardcover)
Gary Allen and Larry Abraham, None Dare Call It Conspiracy, rev. ed. (Buccaneer Books, 1986)

It has been my experience for the past half-decade or so that when I want to read good horror, I don't go to the horror section of the bookstore. I go to the non-fiction section. There is a short but powerful list of nonfiction books that are guaranteed to put a good scare into you, and I seem to have stumbled across the majority of them. Stanton Peele's The Diseasing of America. Robert Weinberg's One Renegade Cell. Glenn Gaesser's Big Fat Lies. Add to the list Allen and Abraham's None Dare Call It Conspiracy.

Allen and Abraham here attempt to make the case that the events of recent world history, from the Bolshevik Revolution forward, have been brought into being and controlled by a relatively small group of insiders, mostly international banking magnates and (later on) the Council on Foreign Relations. While it's certainly conspiracy theory, Allen and Abraham have done a fine job of backing up their assertions with a huge amount of primary and secondary source material (just looking up the titles in the bibliography took me the better part of two hours). Whether you're a fan of conspiracy theory or not, the facts presented, and the conclusions drawn, in this book, are thought-provoking and outrageous.

I defy any reader of this slim volume, conservative, liberal, neocon, free-thinker, what have you-- not to be incensed by it. Even if you only believe a fraction of what Allen and Abraham put forth in this book, it cannot but make you want to do something to stem the tide. And there is certainly a tide; the book, originally written during the Nixon administration, can be looked at now with three decades of hindsight. There's no denying that much of what Allen and Abraham forecast for America's future has either come to pass or is in front of the Cabinet as we speak. (Michael Badnarik dissects the final chapter of this book, and points out a number of ways these predictions have already happened, in his book odd to Be King). Whether you believe that there really is a conspiracy afoot (and, really, "follow the money" does work here) or whether you believe it's all the result of incompetence, stupidity, and lack of communication, there's no denying it's happening. All you have to do is step outside and look around.

Terrifying. A must-read. Do whatever you need to do to hunt a copy down. The first book guaranteed to make my Best Reads of 2005 list. **** ½
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Initial post: Aug 23, 2010 9:36:19 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on Aug 23, 2010 9:37:54 AM PDT
There is no doubt that the conspiracy has been going on for a long time. Carroll Quigley, an insider privy to the conspiracy and a professor at Georgetown University, detailed the whole thing decades ago in his book Tragedy and Hope. I read it when it first came out and then it suddenly disappeared. Now it is available again from Amazon. It's 1300+ pages of sometimes tedious slogging, but he spells everything out in complete detail because he believes socialists and the educated elite should be running things - he thinks the open conspiracy he is detailing is good for the country and good for us. In addition to the Council on Foreign Relations, you have The Trilateral Commission and the Bilderburgers all in on the deal. The whole thing was kickoff by Cecil Rhodes who set up the Rhodes scholarships to train the British and American elites and selected highly intelligent people from the lower classes in how to run the world for the benefit of Great Britain and the United States. There is no doubt in my mind that the present economic crisis was brought on deliberately to bankrupt the West and permit the elite to "rescue" the masses through control of a One World Government directed from the UN. It is long past time to overthrow the system and the government in the United States.
Carl Gethmann

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In reply to an earlier post on Jun 3, 2011 1:13:38 AM PDT
The only true conspiracy:'To be
nobody but yourself in a world
which is doing its best, night
and day, to make you everybody
else means to fight the
hardest battle which any human
being can fight; and never stop
fighting.' ---e.e. cummings.

In reply to an earlier post on Jun 29, 2011 2:50:43 PM PDT
Star Bux says:
But what if everybody else is also
attempting to "do his own thang"
too? Then to be an individual would
mean to conform. But if it is a minority
opinion that all must think and feel as
you do... Well, how good are you?

e.e. cummings... Was he a Christian?

Because some people, like cannibals,
should not be themselves.

In this book, Gary Allen laments that the
UN would like to give cannibals a right to
vote in a New World Order. In other
words, Allen is suggesting that there are
some, such as they who end up with
criminal convictions, who should not be
allowed to vote... I think that is a dangerous
mentality. For one could also argue that only
persons with masters degrees, who speak
more than one language, should be allowed
to vote.

That said, I think Viviene Westwood's philosophy
of "actively resisting propaganda" makes more
sense than what e.e. cummings wrote.

Posted on Jun 29, 2011 2:52:44 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Jun 29, 2011 3:08:21 PM PDT
Star Bux says:
Here in British Columbia, Canada, the Provincial
Government wants the province's citizens to
vote to ratify something called HST legislation.
HST stands for Harmonized Sales Tax. It is
essentially a national sales tax which will replace
the provincial and federal sales taxes (PST and
GST) by combining them into one tax called,
HST... That is dangerous.

PST - Provincial Sales Tax
GST - Goods and Services Tax
HST - Harmonized Sales Tax

If enacted, HST will be equal to PST + GST.
That means only one number instead of two
will be reported. HST is effectively a "one
nation tax".

A national sales tax means a consumer in BC,
or a consumer in ON, or one in AB, will not
know where their tax dollars are going, for
only one number will be reported, 'HST',
as opposed to being broken down into two
numbers 'PST' (Provincial) and 'GST' (Federal).
Perhaps sales tax revenues collected in BC
will go to "Quebec"? How much will go
to a Province, versus the Federal Government?
The consumers will no longer know.

HST = 12% = 7% + 5% = 10% + 2% = x + y.

And later, the national sales tax schemes of
other countries may be "almagamated",
"harmonized", or otherwise "merged", to form
a one world sales tax. Did not Bono of U2 envision
such a tax? Or was it 'GAP Corporation'?

The point being, a one world government will need
a means to raise revenues in order to exist. And
a global sales tax (for everybody everywhere) is one
way of doing this. For governments have only one of
two ways I know of, of raising revenues : Either through
taxation policies, or by borrowing. (Although, in theory,
they could always try operating corner grocery stores,
or an internet company. But then, many might accuse
them of being communists.) What government is it that
does not require revenues in order to exist?

A bottle labelled aspirin may contain tablets
made of cocaine. Learn to see beyond labels.

Posted on Jun 29, 2011 3:15:48 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Jun 30, 2011 11:12:29 AM PDT
Star Bux says:
Before September 11, 2001, the CIA and the FBI were
autonomous (separate) agencies. Before event "9-11",
the CIA had no jurisdiction on domestic (U.S.) soil,
and the FBI could not engage in operations on foreign
(non-US) soil. But in the days following "event 9-11",
the two agencies, via legislation called FEMA, were
merged into one super-agency called 'Homeland
Security'. Homeland Security is effectively an international
policing agency. But who does it answer to, and where
is it based? Because "they" legalized torture, and abduction,
and "kangaroo courts" and executions, in the aftermath of
event 9-11, it is difficult, I think, for many not to see
Homeland Security as a Global version of the Nazi SS.

That said, is One World Government a "new thing"?
Was there not one in the past, associated with a
King Nebechudenezzar (sp?) ?... By the way, '(sp?)'
means, "I don't know what the correct spelling is"...
Babylon still is, and has yet to fall.
See, Dan 2:35, KJV.

In my opinion, 'The Learned Protocols' is written in
code. The "jews" are the females, and the "goyim"
are the males (aka, the boy-him). And the builderberg
conference refers to "dominatrixes and their slaves".
Or perhaps "the artists and their muses"...

It was the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil.

That said, behaviour matters. Behaviour is gender
specific, as in the expression, "be a man". Behaviour
matters, whereas skin colour does not matter.

They who see skin colour as a team uniform are idolaters.
And are called "racists" by some. Moses cursed the firstborn
of Ham, for what Ham did. Ham is the father of Canaan.
The curse was a similitude. A servant is not a slave. Some
serve by being examples unto others as to how not to
behave. Ham had other children, but Canaan was his firstborn.
Remember that story about Jacob and Esau? Jacob called
himself, Esau, the firstborn of Isaac... The point is, you want
to be a "son of God", "a child of Abraham", and not a "canaanite",
a "son of Ham". One of the apostles was a canaanite, a descendant
of Canaan, but he was not a "canaanite" (a "son of Ham")....

Conspiracy theorists do not like to speak of the role of organized
religion in promoting slavery (and-or, genocide) upon the earth.
Should it come as a surprise that many satanists call themselves,
"Christians", or "Jews"?

Frankly, if you desire to be a Christian, my advice is:
Neither a Catholic, nor a Protestant be.

Posted on Jun 30, 2011 11:19:06 AM PDT
Star Bux says:
Do you think it is mere coincidence that
hindus (caste system ideology) and nazis
(master race ideology) both worship
swastikas, and express a hatred towards
Valentine's Day? Do you think Nazi Germany
and the Soviet Union both fell, along with
the Berlin Wall, and did not "go underground"?
How can you fight an enemy if you do not
know the enemy exists? Babylon still is, and
has yet to fall. See, Daniel 2:35, KJV.

Is the Kyoto Accord, and enviro-mentalism
attempts to create a global central planning
agency? Does that make sense? For would
you attempt to co-ordinate washer and dryer
production facilities located in Leningrad from
an office in Manhattan? Decentralization makes
more sense from an economic perspective : I
think you want to place management close to
"where the action is", so that factory production
is not divorced from consumer demand. Nevertheless,
as a one world religion, the "five sigma approach"
made popular by General Electric (a mulitnational
corporation, with five year plans) seems lacking, if
not offensive.

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