- Paperback: 256 pages
- Publisher: Citadel; 1 edition (August 1, 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0806531150
- ISBN-13: 978-0806531151
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.6 x 8.3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
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About the Author
H. Paul Jeffers (1934-2009) was an established military historian and author of seventy books. He worked as an editor and producer at ABC, CBS and NBC, and is the only person to have been news director of both of New York City's all-news radio stations. He taught journalism at New York University, Syracuse University, and Boston University. His books include the novels" A Grand Night for Murder" and "What Mommy Said", and the nonfiction "Marshall: Lessons in Leadership" with Alan Axelrod. He lived in New York, NY.
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Top Customer Reviews
And unfortunately, H. Paul Jeffers doesn't introduce anything new to the discourse. To put it in layman's terms...there's nothing enlightening to read here folks!
So, if you've already read Estulin, Tucker and watched Jones' film then I implore you to give this book a pass, and even if you didn't, take a pass anyway.
Moreover, the fact that H. Paul Jeffers stated that the Six Day War took place in 1973 is downright comical. Mr. Jeffers should have known that The Six Days War was June 5th 1967. And what makes it even worse is that he makes this foolish statement/BLUNDER not once, but twice. And you can read it for yourself on pages 45 and 52 in Amazon previews.
And to properly end my review I must solemnly address Mr. Jeffers:
I'm sorry, I don't mean to embarrass you (H. Paul Jeffers), but the war you were trying to refer to was The Yom Kippur War of 1973. I think you should try to be cognizant when researching your subjects. Be more thorough in the future. Any mistakes you make causes one to question your credibility. And with that said I don't feel your book is a reliable source, and it's painfully obvious that none of the other Amazon reviewers thought much of the material you presented either.
I'm sorry if my criticism seems harsh, but that's entertainment my friend.
"The Bilderberg Conspiracy" receives a 1 Star rating.
Save your money folks!!!!
No footnotes, and really just poorly documented makes this a no-read.
I learned a lot about bilderburg history from this book but I disbelieve the author in that thinking that they're just a bunch of free-trade advocates. He makes it seem like they're totally benign... I disagree with the author that the group does nothing wrong and is free from scrutiny because people would be bored by the meetings.
Don't waste your money on this. Just buy a book about the history of the bilderburg group. This book was a real let down.