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Illuminati 2: Deceit and Seduction Paperback – April 28, 2010
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About the Author
Henry Makow (born November 12, 1949) is a Canadian conspiracy theorist, author, columnist, and inventor of the board game Scruples. Makow was born in Zürich, Switzerland. As an infant, he moved with his family to Canada, settling in Ottawa. At the age of 11, he began to write the syndicated advice-to-parents column "Ask Henry," which ran in 50 newspapers in the early 1960s and was published in book form in 1962. He appeared as a guest on What's My Line? and stumped the panel. He received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982, and lives in Winnipeg. In 1984, he invented Scruples, a game of moral dilemmas which was translated into five languages and sold seven million copies worldwide. Makow postulates a hidden hand shaping modern history according to a long-term occult (Satanic) agenda. He argues that democracy today is a charade and serves as an instrument of social control; the mass media generally stifles information and channels thought; and popular entertainment degrades us and diverts the audience from what is really happening. The occult force, which operates through Freemasonry, is empowered by the London-based central banking cartel which must bring about world tyranny to defend its monopoly on credit. His collection, Illuminati: The Cult that Hijacked the World (2009), documents this view of history. In 2010, he published "Illuminati 2 - Deceit & Seduction" which provides further evidence that mankind is being subverted, perverted and enslaved. He is the author of "A Long Way to Go for a Date," (Winnipeg: Silas Green, 2000), the story of his courtship and marriage to a young Filipina. (He divorced and remarried in 2001.) His belief that feminism is social engineering designed to destabilize society is found in his first collection,'Cruel Hoax: Feminism and the New World Order'(2007). He believes the "Protocols of the Elders of Zion" are authentic and are the blueprint of the New World Order. However, he believes they represent a small cabal of Masonic Jews, central bankers who direct organized Jewry, but not Jews in general. He argues that programs espousing "tolerance," "multiculturalism" and "diversity" are social engineering by this powerful cabal: 'Tolerance' shames us into giving up our humanity. Let's resist by strengthening our identities: heterosexuality, nation, religion and race, respecting but not deferring to others. The real tolerance does not come from erasing differences but in upholding them, in loving others for their unique qualities, and being proud of our own." --Wikipedia
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I was somewhat disappointed early in the book: not so much because of the format but because the material being presented didn’t seem to be going anywhere. Some of the essays (or articles) were written by authors other than the book’s author, and there seemed to be no continuity of thought, little coherence, and no direction. It was difficult to discern what the author was trying to say or where he was trying to take his readers. In addition, at least two of the essays, those beginning on pages 58 and 62, were what I would term ‘absurd.’
I had almost given up on the book when I came upon Bella Dodd (page 69). From that point on, the book seemed to take flight. It now had relevance, continuity, and direction; and was very enlightening. Whereas, I had thought of giving the book one star (at best), I now considered giving it four or perhaps even five stars. The essays beginning on pages 173, 181, 185, 233, and 255 are particularly good. They are ‘must-reads,’ but, still, I can’t buy into the essay beginning on page 233.
In any case: If you are concerned about the direction the United States and the rest of the world is headed and would like to have a better understanding of why it is happening, you’ll find this book --- at least the latter part --- to be of great interest to you.