Shellie, regarding your 3/29 post....and conspiracy theories. : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread

After catching up with some of the recent postings, I thought it would be relevant to you and other lurkers to do a little reading on the subject of conspiracy in our government, instead of accepting the opinions of posters with unkown objectives. I like to read information of this nature based on solid research into facts, and competent formulation of opinion/theory based on those facts. I found these books to be relavant to the subject and you can probably get them from the local library on 'inter-library loans' from other libraries, and don't worry about boredom, most of them are so astounding, they read like a John Grisham novel. I have even purchased a few so that I could share them with others.

"The Secret Life of Bill Clinton:The Unreported Stories" by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

"Secrets of the Federal Reserve" by Eustace Clarence Mullins "Who's Who of the Elite : Members of the Bilderbergs, Council on Foreign Relations, Trilateral Commission, and Skull & Bones Society" by Robert Gaylon Ross

"The Shadows of Power : The Council on Foreign Relations and the American Decline" by James Perloff

"New World Order:The Ancient Plan of Secret Societies" by William Still

"Secrets of the Temple : How the Federal Reserve Runs the Country" by William Greider


Then, go to a recent posting on this forum and listen to the interviews with international journalist Joan Veon on her views about the NWO, the United Nations, the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.

Whew! That'll get you started. And by the way, your husband is not a kook, but get the facts nonetheless. They're out there, you just have to know where to look for them.

Best of luck!

-- (, April 06, 1999


Thank you very much for the information. I will check these out as I am very interested in the subject. I doubt I would have had the time to find all these and I appreciate your reply. Thanks again. I'll be very busy for a while.

-- shellie (, April 06, 1999.

Orwelliator, Agreed! Another good book (and an easy read)is "The Money Machine". It gives a detailed history of the Federal Reserve and some of its machinations.

-- WebRNot (, April 06, 1999.

Only Hate-mongers and Right-wing Clinton haters would read such trash!

All of the authors of these books, especially Evans-Pritchard have a political axe to gind against our king and his administration.

You are a true NUTCASE and Right-Wing-Wacko if you see the need to FIND a conspiracy in the pages of nonsensical books like these.

Your king and your government only do what's best for you.

Don't fill your head with despicable lies.

Trust in your President.

He knows and feels your pain.

Trust him, and The System.

It is good.

These books are not.

-- INVAR (, April 06, 1999.

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.... and whatever you do, don't read "Murder by Injection" by Eustace Mullins.

Continue to get your "vaccinations".

They will do you no harm.

They will not kill your children.

These are ORDERS.

-- sparks (, April 06, 1999.

Also, do not go to peacenet or znet sites, and whatever you do, do not introduce your children to these sites.

-- R. Wright (, April 06, 1999.

Here's another really good one, by Rodney Stich Defrauding America.

I finished reading it last month, truly shows how utterly corrupt our government is. We have allready been taken over and are in a military dictatorship. Check it out.

-- zog (, April 06, 1999.

And what about 'Huckleberry Finn?'

-- Spidey (, April 07, 1999.

Huck is VERY BAD.

Huck smokes, kills helpless animals and is a Southern White Male.

'Nuff said?

-- INVAR (, April 07, 1999.

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