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Final Warning: A History of the New World Order

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"Final Warning" is the definitive resource on the nature and origins of the movement towards a one-world government. A wealth of in-depth research explains the roles of the major arms of the conspiracy today, such as the Federal Reserve, the Committee on Foreign Relations (CFR), the Trilateral Commission and the Bilderbergers. The history of the New World Order is traced, from the Illuminati and the fomenting of the French Revolution, to the 1913 takeover of the US government by the bankers, the world wars, the rise of communism and the United Nations.

Since the Persian Gulf War, the term ‘New World Order’ has become well known. However, there has never really been an explanation as to what the term actually meant, only that it represented a new spirit of cooperation among the nations of the world, in order to further the cause of peace. And peace is good, so therefore the New World Order is good and should be accepted. Not so fast. Like the old saying, you can’t tell a book by its cover, there is more here than meets the eye.

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