The author has a fundamental flaw in his understanding of socialism. He constantly speaks of an evil conglomerate to install socialism (guess the #1 human development index countries in the world, the socialist Nordics are having a nightmare in their "everybody chips in for society's sake and well being hell) when the term should have been totalitarianism or corporativism... or totalitarian corporativist regime. Something of the sorts... I am having a hard time to finish this book because of this and some other key conceptual errors, or horrors I would say.
No, I doubt it, even though I agree a lot with mainstream conspiracy theories I doubt I will waste my time with his work again.
The narrator is amazingly good, 5 stars
Ban Jim Mars from my list... if you can't get a concept as simple and widespread as socialism differentiated from totalitarianism then there is little hope for an interesting or worthwhile book.
This book showed promise but did not deliver. Also most of the initial chapters are common knowledge and simple to get info on decent well documented pages in the web.
Did not see the print edition.
The zombie-fied, lazy, poorly educated, hypnotized, shallow Americans who are sleeping through the wildly metastasticizing political cancer that is devouring our every Constitutionally endowed liberty and sealing this country's ruin.
It would be difficult to read this piece without infusing bias or emotion into the delivery. He does a marvelous job considering the text.
Not really a pivotal moment. The material was presented logically and progressively.
Make the time.
Read it and be prepared.
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Everyone should have a copy of this book. It actually sparked my interest to dig deeper and explore what is going on in this world. I definitely recommend this to all!
I thought this book was gonna be more "here's how the system was worked by rich dudes to transfer wealth and power to the banking elite", but it was more "everything is part of an orchestrated plan to gain total power and enslave the human race by the global elite".
It gets a bit nutso.
It starts out normal enough, talking about the Fed and our current financial credit disaster. Yes, central banking with a fiat currency results in inflation, which is a mechanism to transfer wealth. Rich people work to get richer.
Then it gets into medicine, and how we are all injected with undetectable viruses, and fluoride in the tap water is a mind control device, and the cancer cure exists, but the global elite keep it secret to use on themselves. Hmmm..
There was some good ol' Obama bashing, which I appreciate, since I don't really get a whole lot of it here in San Frantastic. This book, however, will have you conclude that he is not really just another crummy politician, he is part of the vast conspiracy to rule and enslave the world, perpetrated by the global elite.
When he got to chemtrails, this book lost all credibility to me.
So anyway. I was hoping this book would be well thought out, thought provoking and interesting. Instead it was severely one-sided, made use of backwards logic, used out-of-context quotes, and put forth social and political shortcomings as "proof" that there is a vast conspiracy. This is definitely not a book for the intelligent, thinking skeptic that sees more than one side to an issue.
This book makes great observations about problems in our society, but makes far-flung, conspiratorial conclusions, instead of analyzing the issues realistically.
The last part of the book, about guns, was neat though. I like guns, so I guess I'll keep my Beretta handy when the shock troopers of the global elite come knocking at my door to inject me with a microchip and send me to a concentration camp.
Avid listener of information that defines what a mess individuals have made of society, humanity and the planet itself.
The author does a wonderful job of bringing numerous issues together into a cohesive understanding of what really goes on in this world. Having researched most of the topics which the author covers, it all comes together. If you have not done any research, you would most likely not believe many of these topics - but - don't fool yourself, they are for real. It is really unfortunate that most people stop reading as soon as something becomes uncomfortable. This country needs to wake up and this book is just what they need - now!
Yes I would and will. I've found another author I like.
I do not like abridged books, I want to "read" every word that was published in the hardcover book. The full book is good so it's hard to pick any one or two things that was more memorable.
Same as above but I'll go out on a limb and say the part where several trillion dollars went missing.
State Of The World.
This is a great book and I can't recommend it enough.
If the information had been better presented and easier to follow. I found that it made a great subject dry to the point of dust.
No. I'm sure that someone does the material justice somewhere else.
I don't think it's the narrator's fault, but the arrangement of the book was like one long and badly composed seminar lecture.
The information is good, if you can get through it.
I think that, like with a lot of non-fiction, writers don't work enough on attempting to hold a reader's (or listener's) attention.