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"In 1971, Allen wrote with Larry Abraham a book titled None Dare Call It Conspiracy (prefaced by U.S. Representative John G. Schmitz of California's 35th congressional district and the nominee of the American Independent Party in the 1972 U.S. presidential election). It sold more than four million copies during the 1972 presidential campaign opposing Nixon and U.S. Senator George S. McGovern.
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Gary Allen with Larry Abraham
Reviewed by Author Roy Murry
When I saw this best seller at a Paper Back Bookstore, I said to myself, “WTF?” ‘Conspiracy – who, what, where, when, why?’ went through my head. I bought the worn-down paperback for $2.
These gentlemen outlined a plausible takeover of the world by members of The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). Rooted in World Banking, they perpetuated the concept of Socialism and controlling the world population with their oligopoly pulling strings.
This conspiracy started with names of men you know – Rothschild, Morgan, Rockefeller, and their families’ hand-picked wealthy cohorts over the centuries. Their banks and ancestors bankrolled warring parties, sometimes both sides of the battle, and presently control the world's currency movement.
They unscrupulously manipulated politicos and news around the world to keep them as the Established Elite. Allen and Abraham’s short discourse is up to and including the Nixon Administration.
The author of this review has done some precursory study of present-day politics (2010 -2016), and has found that CFR was active in the Obama Administration, but not so in the new Trump government. This will be discussed at another time on my new Website.
What I will say is that this book filled the gaps in my understanding of what happening in the world and to me via Vietnam and college where I read CFR’s quarterly Foreign Affairs at our campus library. At the time, 1970 –’75, I could not understand their interpretation of the affairs of the world. I know now – it was propaganda to perpetuate CFR’s cause to rule the world – A CONSPIRACY?
"None Dare Call It Conspiracy" was a ground-shaking book in that it spoke of this elite that runs the people that you THOUGHT you put "in charge." But, don't take my word for it, please do read it for yourself. In fact, don't just take Churchill's or Wilson's word for it -- find out more about this shadowy elite for yourself.
The book isn't long, and should be required reading in our schools along with reading and understanding our constitution. The book goes into details about our America's history up till the book was published, why and how things really have occurred in our country that you won't find in our school books and class rooms. The book has less to do with our political parties in America, and more with explaining why all our presidential administrations tend to do the same which the previous administrations do with regards to military spending, war, and increasing our national debt.
The author does a great job of connecting the lines of names of people, with dates, and involvement of organizations and or government positions.
The book does make an interesting read and do recommend this book to anyone who loves This country of ours.
On a side note, I'd love to see a current update of this book from the author if it was possible as I believe so many more things have happened since the 70's which most of us have been around to witness in our country, but our media and news hasn't reported correctly - yet we can feel in our gut that more is happening in the background that doesn't feel right.
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Easy to read even if it has lots of facts, data and names and events