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OBAMANIA: The New Puppet and His Masters Paperback – June 5, 2011
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The worst thing about this book is that it is tiny, and so initially comes across as a poor value ($.136/page).
Basically this book is a collection of ten essays that were originally published on the web between 2009 and '11 (essays which were also incorporated into his more detailed, 5 star and essential, earlier book Psychological Warfare and the New World Order: The Secret War Against the American People), dealing with the NWO (New World Order), and the CFR (Counsel on Foreign Relations) which is in the control seat, and so the "puppet masters" of Obama and apparently most of the US presidents since 1913.
Gonzalez is an intelligent writer, and I admire his breadth of knowledge (he's an expert on Cuban history and the methods of espionage/intelligence analysis), but he is also strongly polemic and firm in his skepticism (of the information/disinformation we are fed in all aspects of our modern life - media, entertainment and schooling), and this may turn off readers interested in a more "balanced" approach. For such a person (yet who wants to pursue this material) I'd recommend his longer Psychological Warfare book since it builds a stronger case for his controversial positions. For me the main virtue of this shorter book is that it is a primer of his history of the NWO/CFR. It is the kind of thing a house guest can read in a weekend and come away thinking either you're a total kook and hopelessly beyond the Pale, or a Godsend in helping to remove the veil from their mind's eye - so they are able to finally admit that the Emperor is in fact naked in his vanity (and incompetence), but as such, also a pitiful puppet.
What I especially like about Gonzalez's world view is his explanation that the political/ideological spectrum is not a straight horizontal axis with fascism on the far right, moderate democracies in the middle, and communism on the far left, but that it is rather more like a circle with fascism and communism close together (since both are a form of socialism). And so while some puppet-leaders favor fascist approaches (corporations controlling government), and others a communistic approach (governments controlling corporations), it matters very little to the masters who care only for results (control through fear and coercion). The NWO vision is thus for a communo-fascist future where the few elite are rich (the .0001%, not merely the infamous 1%), and the rest of us are very poor...
In these essays Gonzalez also touches on the controversy around Obama's birth place, religion and name (Birther terrain), his administration's almost seamless similarity to GW Bush's policies (but ironically with an opposite ideology and temperamental style), Obama's communist sympathies and the USA's current similarities to Nazi Germany, Obamacare's anti-healthcare effect (exploiting sickness in the support of the insurance industry and Big Pharma), and the NWO's plan for global economic collapse.
"Barack Hussein Obama was perfect for the job. In the first place, he was a pot-smoking nonentity lacking in principles and ethics, not very clever and with immense ego and ambition. As an added bonus, he exhibited the traits of the psychopathic behavior, a requisite for that type of job. Consequently, the CFR conspirators contacted the CIA, an organization they control, and ordered their secret agents in the Agency to create for their new recruit what in intelligence and espionage is called a "legend"." (p. 68)
He writes all this not to make us give up but to inspire resistance, for that is the only option freedom loving citizens now have.
"...We The People are at war. But it is not a conventional war waged with tanks, battleships and planes in conventional battlefields - at least not yet. It is a secrete, insidious type of war whose main battleground is the people's minds. It's main weapons are propaganda and mass brainwashing, mostly by using disinformation, deception, and lies in a large scale not used against the people of any nation since the days of Nazi Germany. Though important, those elements are just part of a series of carefully planned and executed short-term psychological warfare operations. In synthesis, it is a psychological war. But history has shown that nobody has won a war on the defensive. The best defense is an attack. Consequently, in order to win this war of ideas, we must use an attack word I have coined to counterattack our ideological enemies: lier...Therefore, I encourage you to use the word lier to fight back against everyone who calls you a truther. Truthers of the world: Unite!" (p. 9)
This little quote reveals both the strength of Gonzalez (his passion for the truth) and his weakness (his use of English as a second language), leading to the "coining" of a term that if anything, confuses the issue, and may be used to undermine his credibility. A "lier" is someone who lies down (as in hiding in ambush), while a "liar" is one who lies. Although both terms are probably appropriate at times I think it's the second that Gonzalez is hoping to make clear. There is a big difference in those of inquiring mind who seek the truth, and strive to live with integrity, and ....all the rest. But like anything we do in Life we have a choice.
As Led Zepplin so simply put it; "Yes, there are two paths you can go by, but in the long run there's still time to change the road you're on."
Truthers of the world; Unite! Indeed.
Each of the ten essays is packed with insight and knowledge. I lost count of how many times I uttered, "Wow", aloud while reading. My biggest "wow" moment was in Chapter 8. The reason that the CFR suddenly switched their first choice for president from Hillary to Obama may have been because of something that Obama has in common with Hitler and Castro. (I will not spoil it for future readers, but it does not bode well for us.)
The author's quick wit, thrown in, here and there, when least expected, is a delightful surprise. His humor gives the reader a sense of comfort that somehow things are going to be okay. No matter how serious the subject, his wit lightens the mood just enough so that the alarming truths disclosed are palatable.
On a technical note, the font type and size was a treat for my old tired eyes. The footnotes are verifiable and are a good source for future reading and knowledge building.
"Keep looking for the truth."