HOW THE WORLD REALLY WORKS

More and more Americans are coming to feel that something has gone fundamentally wrong in our society. We have suffered repetitive wars, big and small, some won and some lost, but with the peace always lost. Our society has been drained of around $5 trillion in welfare costs since LBJ's War on Poverty was declared, but with no diminution in the incidence of "poverty." Our "War on Drugs" has also been lost, with its societal costs running around $500 billion per year. The cost of fixes for runaway environmentalism has reached about $1 trillion since the birth of the EPA in 1970. Our national debt is over $5 trillion and still going up. Two breadwinners per family has become normal, just to keep bread on the table.

Americans feel put upon, and they are right, but they don't know who's doing it to them or why. Such issues have been pondered by researchers for many years, but the historical facts are finally bringing the pieces of the puzzle together. This book paints a picture of that largely completed puzzle, and lays out who the culprits are, why they are doing what they are doing, and how they are managing to pull off what is probably the biggest mass robbery of wealth and individual freedom in human history. Your reading this book will help to expose and stop the destruction, and help to guarantee a future of freedom rather than slavery for your children.

The picture which our book paints is one which you must understand if your efforts are ever to amount to anything. We paint that picture by presenting an ordered set of book reviews which identify our enemies and describe the primary strategies and actions which they have taken against us over the last 100 years or so. Our goal in writing the book was to provide an accurate portrayal of that picture within the covers of a single moderate- length book. The 12 chapter titles of How The World Really Works are listed below, and consist of the names of the books being reviewed.

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1. A Century of War, by William Engdahl, 1993. Engdahl summarizes the horrors of the 20th Century, including two World Wars, a stock market crash and subsequent depression, the rise of Hitler, the formation of the Seven Sisters oil cartel, the Green movement, the slowdown of industrial growth, the bankrupting of the Third World, and much more.
 
 
 
 

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2. Tragedy and Hope, by Carroll Quigley, 1966. In this 1300-page book, Professor Quigley, having been given access to the private records of the "Insiders," spills the beans about the identity (Rothschild, Morgan, etc.) and the world-wide works of those Insider elites. To his surprise, the Establishment was not pleased by his book, and tried to suppress it. Its publication was a watershed event in our struggle to understand who was running the world. For example, our chapter discusses, among many other things, Quigley's account of how and why the British leadership supported the rise of Adolph Hitler in the 1930's.
 

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3. The Naked Capitalist, by W. Cleon Skousen, 1970. This was the first well-known book to plumb the depths of Quigley's opus and present what was found for the benefit of us ordinary folk. Skousen searches for and discusses the apparent motivations of the elites, their relation to the world-wide socialist and communist movements, their use of the major tax-exempt foundations, their creation of the CFR and the Bilderberger group, and the primary objective of their conspiracy to subjugate the American Middle Class.
 
 

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4. The Tax-Exempt Foundations, by William H. McIlhany, II, 1980. When this was written, the elites had already spent 60 years or so in acquiring a stranglehold on the American education system and misdirecting it to collectivist ends. This book tells the tale, featuring the testimony of Norman Dodd, the chief investigator of the 1954 Reece Committee investigating the incestuous ties between government, education, and the major foundations. The hearings were forcibly aborted, but this book preserves the highly important major findings.
 
 

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5. The Creature From Jekyll Island, by G. Edward Griffin, 1994. You must acquire this book, though it runs to some 600 pages. It tells the story of the conspiratorial creation of the Federal Reserve, its real purposes, its methodology for enabling government to spend money it doesn't have and couldn't otherwise get, its love and perverse utilization of warfare, its role and purpose in creating the inflation of the "roaring 20s" and in subsequently instigating the stock market crash, its role in and purpose for bankrupting the Third World, and its many other activities aimed at giving aid and comfort to the international elites. Our book tries to hit the high spots.
 

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6. 1984, by George Orwell, 1949. This classic by English Socialist Eric Blair, under the pen name George Orwell, reveals why an elite would want to subjugate its own middle and lower classes, and how that goal might be attained so as to remain a permanent system, forever. It may have been written as just a novel, but lots of the elements for permanent control are already in place. The purposes of war, of middle-class impoverishment, of third-world depopulation and slavery, and of media control are all laid out. We watch, fascinated, as its written plan for permanent control via a New World Order takes place in the real world before our very eyes. 1984 is an essential piece of the picture we are painting of how the world really works.
 

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7. Report From Iron Mountain, foreword by Leonard Lewin, 1967. This famous report, allegedly commissioned by some high agency of the federal government, asked a set of establishmentarian social scientists how the country could survive if peace were suddenly declared. What would suffice to replace war? Not many things, said the study, except maybe rampant environmentalism added to vastly expanded welfarism, though even these activities did not seem to have the potential for producing sufficient economic waste, and maybe we would have to stick with war for a while longer. This book verifies the elite mind-set described in 1984, and leads directly to our next chapter.
 

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8. The Greening, by Larry Abraham, 1993. Abraham outlines how the environmentalism suggested by the Iron Mountain gurus has been implemented in the subsequent 25 years. Beyond simply generating economic waste, he outlines its much more important goal, which has to do with delivering much of the world's physical resources into the hands of our wannabe masters. Extremely important.
 
 
 
 

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9. The Politics of Heroin, by Alfred M. McCoy, 1991. This book is sub-titled CIA Complicity in the Global Drug Trade. While current investigations into this topic relate to the cocaine trade within our own hemisphere, Professor McCoy's book deals with prior CIA involvement in Marseille in the 40's and 50's, in the Golden Triangle during the Vietnam War, and in Afghanistan during the 80's. We begin to understand why government is not seriously dedicated to stopping the traffic in addictive drugs.
 
 

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10. Final Judgment, by Michael Collins Piper, 1995. We pick from this book the common ties among the world's major secret intelligence agencies, the ties of those agencies to the world's organized crime rings, and the strained relations between President John F. Kennedy and those various intelligence and crime entities. The book rationally ties together the known facts about JFK's assassination, and reveals the extent of the ties between the elites and the providers of organized mayhem throughout the world. The establishment is giving this book the silent treatment.
 
 

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11. Dope, Inc., by the Executive Intelligence Review, 1992 (3rd ed.). This 650-page book traces the history of drug trafficking over the last two hundred years or so, naming a lot of names in both Europe and the United States. The center of the hydra which is promoting the traffic, profiting from it, and protecting and expanding the trade via its control over the important crime and intelligence agencies around the world, is clearly spelled out. The illicit drug industry is one of the primary tools of our enemies, which weakens us while it raises revenue and private armed forces for them. We relate in our chapter many of the important highlights, which are seen to provide the last essential missing pieces of the puzzle which we have attempted to assemble and present.
 

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12. Let's Fix America, by Alan B. Jones, 1994. This is our own book, written just before How The World Really Works. In the present Chapter 12 of How The World Really Works, we reviewed the LFA proposals, kept many of them as they stood, but strengthened or added a few more, where the need had become obvious. For example, much stronger action was found necessary in the area of defeating the drug scourge, and in our trade and other foreign policy matters which severely impact our economic and societal well-being. As a revised set of actions, we propose to:
 

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