by JF

First of all, this is awesome information; second of all, it’s a minor tragedy John couldn’t afford an editor.

The thesis of this book is utterly compelling. I highly recommend it. If you would like to understand the real history of the U.S., I mean the un-sanitized version, you would be hard-pressed to do better than this book. Daniels just about proves that the United States corporation was, from long before its inception, a Vatican-led prototype of the now fast-approaching New World Order.

Daniel provides also some really fascinating history on the jesuitical takeover of the freemasonic lodges. As this information has not been written about much, not even by other authors exposing the Jesuits, this is a conspicuously interesting section of this already overall interesting book.

There are a number of grammatical and punctuation errors that superficial skeptics will immediately lock onto in an effort to criticize this work, at the expense of its real intellectual prowess in the historical message it contains. I myself have no problem excusing Daniel for the minor type-o’s, because I understand that he is an independent guy just telling it like it is, and he can’t afford an editor like the big boys can–but then, the big boys lie to us constantly, something I don’t think Daniel is doing here at all. I think he’s calling it like it actually is.

Get this book. If you don’t agree with it, it just means you haven’t read enough non-mega-corporation books. Read this, then read C.T. Wilcox’s “Transformation of the Republic,” and “Secret History of the Jesuits” by Edmond Paris. Then read “Behind the Dictators” by L.H. Lehman. There are many others, all suppressed and/or out-of-print. Brother, you read this and those, you’ll never go back to mainstream pablum US or world history.

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