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Black Helicopters Over America: Strikeforce for the New World Order Paperback – January 1, 1995
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Black Helicopters opens with a six-page API story about covert military attacks on civilians that is revealed at the end to be a completely fictionalized account of what Kieth sees as a frightening inevitability, not exactly the best way to start a book promising to deliver hidden truths to its readers. That, and the first half of the book comprising little more than a catalog of reported black helicopter sightings between 1971 and 1994, provides a rocky and uncertain beginning. However, things pick up dramatically in the second half as Kieth dives into more sensationalist territory that includes FEMA camps, police militarization, and foreign control of the US army, all of which (obviously) is the groundwork leading up to the assimilation of America and its citizens into a global conspiracy and eventual New World Order.
Reading Kieth's work two decades since it's publication, it is striking to see how much of what once once considered fringe conspiracy theory is not only still existent, but now even more widely believed and disseminated by mainstream media and politicians. Whether it's the FEMA concentration camps or the government confiscating all civilian-owned firearms - both widely-held and reported (by media and politicians alike) beliefs during the eight-year Obama administration, you will find lots of information in this book that laid the foundation for today's pervasive conspiracy culture.
The author of many challenging books - including The Octopus, Mind Control, World Control, Black Helicopters over America, OKbomb!, Saucers of the Illuminati, Casebook on Alternative 3, Secret and Suppressed, and Casebook on the Men In Black - Keith was extremely worried before he was admitted to hospital, and had confided to a friend that he was afraid he would never be released alive.
His mysterious dead could be maybe a proof about the brisance of the book.
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The litany of errors is hilarious.Read more