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Pages: 448
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History is written by the winners—and the powerful—but how much of it is fiction? And who is really in control today? From the dawn of civilization to the 21st century, from ancient aliens to the New World Order, Secret History: Conspiracies from Ancient Aliens to the New World Order examines,
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Language: un
Pages: 268
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Categories: History
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The Secret History of the New World Order outlines the historical evolution of a secret organization which has the final goal of creating a planetary government. Much of their plan is carried out by orchestrating unnecessary wars, insurrections and revolutions. The financing of their projects is largely done through Banking,
The Secret American Dream: The Creation of a New World Order with the Power to Abolish War, Poverty, and Disease
Language: en
Pages: 272
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Until the present time there have been seven stages of United States expansionism - from the Federal unification of the original states to the 'New World Order' planned by US-led commercial elites before and after 1989. Extrapolating both from the author's distinctive reading of history and the evidence of President
The Secret History of the West
Language: en
Pages: 600
Authors: Nicholas Hagger
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2005 - Publisher: Axis Mundi Books

Western civilization as we know it today is not the end result of steady progress, but of series of revolutions. The radical departure from orthodox history that Nicholas Hagger takes is to show how all these-the Protestant Revolution, which in turn provided the idealogical foundations of the English, American, French