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FatherOfTwo wrote:The thing I'm having the most trouble with from Monte's book is the inner circle, CFR and collectivist angle. I'm still trying to educate myself on it and corroborate from other sources. Lately I've been doing my own research on the CFR, because Monte's allegations are radical... and by radical I mean "Departing markedly from the usual or customary".
"We're grateful to The Washington Post, The New York Times, Time Magazine and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years. It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subject to the bright lights of publicity during those years. But the world is now more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government."
"In short, the 'house of world order' will have to be built from the bottom up rather than the top down. It will look like a great 'booming, bussing confusion,' to use William James' famous description of reality, but an end run around national sovereignty, eroding it piece by piece, will accomplish much more than the old-fashioned frontal assault."
stu wrote:Monte does talk about the CFR and other related organisations and all of these play a big part in the New World Order conspiracy.
skateari wrote:So where can we go to pick up this book?
MonteQuest wrote: Who needs conspiracy theories when elite machinations are clearly described, and proven, in public documents readily available to anyone who wishes to read them? Frankly, folks, it's all out in the open now.
The one weak point is the is the attempt by Monte to build a conspiracy theory around the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). He needs to provide a great deal more evidence to support his theory. It is hard for me to believe that an organization whose membership includes Donald Rumsfeld, Andrew Young, and Bill Moyers could mount a unity of effort in any direction, particularly one that proposes ceding national (and individual) authority to a worldwide governing council.
retiredguy wrote:I'm much more fearful of the American Enterprise Institute, the home of the neo-cons. They have a definite agenda and it is being implemented by the current administration.
I got to know one of these folks through a college associate; he is a person of formidable talents and is very well connected in Washington. He and his group need to be monitored very closely.
The_Virginian wrote: What I think could use improving:
The Illuminati section was WAY under-developed. I was not particuarly happy how the Rothchilds got ALL the credit. Weishaupt was a Jesuit, and even he represented ony ONE REGIONAL band of Freemasons/illuminati (not to mention the Rosicrucians, "Templars," Gnostics, Hermetics, Alchemists etc.).
I see Monty's reliance on certain "conspiracy" websites hindering what could have been a better section on Freemasonry (leading to CFR).
Tapas wrote:I just finished reading the 111 page book titled "MADMEN AT THE HELM" authored by Monte Myers. This is a brilliant piece of research work that walks you through modern history showing you the shadow workings of the power elite in their eternal quest for world domination.
For readers who are skeptical about the concepts behind the Global Elite and their various rings like the Round Table/Royal Institute of International Affairs, and the Bilderberg Group with their various interconnected components like the Club of Rome, Trilateral Commission, Council of Foreign Relations and Tax Exempt Foundations, I would encourage them to breeze through this concise and simple explanation of how money works:
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