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America's economy is in shambles. . . .

Its citizens are terrified and dissatisfied. . . .

Could it all have been planned by a secret elite one hundred years ago?

The New World Order. Hitler referred to it in his diaries. President George H. W. Bush foretold of it in his speeches. Formed by a secretive global elite, the group seeking this new order has taken hold of the nation and perhaps the world. Its influence pervades every reach of American society, from the products we buy at the grocery store to the topics of evening news programs.

But could it also be true that the New World Order caused one of the greatest financial catastrophes of our time?

For years, best-selling author and legendary conspiracy researcher Jim Marrs has exposed information that the mainstream corporate media has refused to report. Now, with a crisis upon us, Marrs has yet again unearthed the lies to expose the insidious alliances that make up a secret world.

Consider this: In 1910, a handful of the world's most powerful government and corporate men gathered on Jekyll Island to discuss matters at a private hunting lodge. The agenda? First, the overthrow of the sitting American president; second, the creation of a central bank, one headed by a succession of elitists who would unconstitutionally control America's money and its economy for decades. . . .

Flash forward one hundred years. Never before have the American people been so unhappy. Apathy and paralysis are the nation's guiding principles. Public education has repeatedly failed. More and more Americans rely on overpriced pills for remedies to fabricated illnesses. The average American household spends eight hours a day in front of the television, ruled by the vague fears of terrorist attacks and economic collapse. Control of the mass media has devolved to a mere five multinational corporations.

©2010 Jim Marrs (P)2010 HarperCollins Publishers

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  • John
  • Roanoke, VA, USA
  • 07-12-10

True or not, he does connect the dots

The is book is excellent at connecting the dots and makes sense. I just pray that the dots don't exist. All of the facts that I checked turned out to be correct and disturbing so that parts is true. It is right wing and one of the few books that I have ever recommended to anyone. It's not a waste of time.

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  • Leanna
  • FLEMING ISLAND, FL, United States
  • 03-29-12

Interesting & Well Explained

I enjoyed this audio book very much. While there are many points I take issue with, I regard the book highly. It was clear, concise and insightful. The explanations about complex matters were very good. I have a far better grasp on some of the more complex systems in place in our government than previously. Regardless of whether one agrees with the author on some of the conclusions drawn or not, the explanations, history and evolution are thoughtful and stunning. I will listen to this one again.

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Highly Recommend

This book is scary but it is accurate. I've been investigating these things on my own for years and have found that Mr. Mars has put it all together and is well documented. If you want to know your future and the future of your children and their children I HIGHLY suggest you listen to this book. The entire book!
Very well done and the narration is as good as the book.

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  • Ian
  • Kendall Park, NJ, United States
  • 07-02-10

True or Not, do not read at your own risk

The history of the inevitable failures of "central banks" dating to the 16th c. is analyzed with binding speed and clarity, more importantly, proof is offered for every fact asserted.
To the extent that author Marrs was writing on information and belief, as I believe he did in hi THEE RISE OF THE FOURTH REICH, another fantastic selection, it comes right down to one assertion, as was so memorably spoken to Tom Cruise by Jack Nicholson to Tom Cruise: "*you can't *handle* the truth."
Jim Marrs is saying: I am telling you the truth, but most people *cannot handle it* - and candidly, by 1/5 of the way through my head was spinning.
I'm sure there are many who feel the same but do not want their identity connected to this work of boldness.

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Every Ordinary Person Needs To Read This Book

What did you love best about The Trillion-Dollar Conspiracy Unabridged?

The best part is realizing that there are still a few people left on this earth that know and understand that compassion is the sum of every intelligence and Mr. Marrs is one of those people.

What was the most compelling aspect of this narrative?

It reads like one long scathing indictment after another, with the same people behind it all. And it's a wonder how Mr. Pruden remains so calm instead of shouting.

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A must read/listen!
Jim Marrs makes some very strong points that can be scary! I think that is why most people will cast him off as a nut job.
There is something going on in our country and if the American people do not wake up and educate themselves they will fall prey.
Don't wait to be spoon fed by the media. Our news organizations are lap-dogs for the government rather than watch-dogs.
Listen.....Study.....and decide for yourself.

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  • Ian
  • Haslet, tx, United States
  • 01-02-12

Stop What you are doing, and get this book!!!

Would you listen to The Trillion-Dollar Conspiracy Unabridged again? Why?

Yes. Jim Marrs is very knowledgeable on anything conspiracy theory. On top of that, he gives very comprehensive explanation of the current state of the american economy and government. He does a very good job not showing any political partisan because he believes everyone is to blame. This book will change the way you look at current american politics and gives you ways in which you can change your own life to be less venerable. I suggest this book to everyone.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?


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  • Heather
  • Buckeye, Arizona
  • 07-01-10

Thought Provoking

This is a must read for every concerned American Citizen. The author presents facts and information straight forward and lets the reader draw their own conclusion. I recomended this book to everyone I know. I will never look at banks, drug companies, and even the government in the same way.

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If you care what's happening, read it!

Definitely not a 'crazy conspiracy theorist' book. Doesn't go off the deep-end with things. A lot of facts and things to think about seriously. Great material, and unfortunately a lot of it is true. He quotes Peter Schiff and Chris Martenson, among many other credible sources.

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Req. reading for anyone still THINKING

Would you consider the audio edition of The Trillion-Dollar Conspiracy Unabridged to be better than the print version?

Did not see the print edition.

Who was your favorite character and why?

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.

What about John Pruden’s performance did you like?

It would be difficult to read this piece without infusing bias or emotion into the delivery. He does a marvelous job considering the text.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Not really a pivotal moment. The material was presented logically and progressively.

Any additional comments?

Make the time.
Read it and be prepared.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful