Christopher James Clark
Quiet Extraordinary — With an Index & Bibliography Would Be a SIX,March 21, 2012
I stumbled on this book by accident, and it has astonished me. With all the books I have read, this is the one book I might recommend to anyone — in school or beyond school — including those who (like myself) have multiple graduate degrees and/or read continuously.
This book so impressed me that I was contemplating making it a Six Star and Beyond (10% of the books I read make it into that category, see the rest of them at Phi Beta Iota the Public Intelligence Blog under Reviews / 6 Stars. All my reviews lead back here to Amazon. What the book is missing, and I certainly recommend it to the publisher for what I hope will be another printing, is an index of all names, and a consolidated bibliography. The endnotes are superb — this is a solidly researched and very nicely presented over-view of all of the negative forces seeking to destroy the possibility of a world that works for all.
Although the author takes care to cover the usual suspects — the Trilateral Commission, the Council on Foreign Relations, etcetera, he is the first author I have found who truly “gets” that every organization is a “front” and that no organization has a New World Order agenda — that is the preserve of the top 200-300 families who regard the Earth as their personal farm. They operate under what is called “deep secrecy” (no paper trail, no audio trail). The organizational leaders — including the President of the United States — are puppets who are fed a mix of information and money to keep them on “on course.”
This is a book that names names, recognizes dates [a timeline would be another 6 star element]. It is also a book that is very up to date. It reaches back to the 1902’s and comes all the way forward to 2010, its year of publication.
This book helps me realize that the 50% fraud, waste, and abuse of the US Government, the United Nations, and so many other organizations is not an accident. The “little people” are being kept busy, and while very select individual members of the global Cabal lose themselves in the crowd. Having said that, I must also observe that “the little people” (which certainly includes me) occasionally produce absolute gems, such as the UN’s report, A more secure world: our shared responsibility; High-level panel presents new vision of collective security.: An article from: UN Chronicle — note that this is also available free online.
The author spends a lot of time on the environmental movement, essentially suggesting that this movement, like many others, has been created to keep the “little people” busy and distract them from focusing on the root of all evil.
Although the title hints at this, I am never-the-less surprised by the deep maturity and broad view that concludes the book, with a focus on the urgency of all citizens rejecting the rote schools, the lapdog media, the nanny government, and extra-national authorities. The end of the book is rooted in finding the truth and achieving consciousness.
Below I list ten books that support this author and this book. I reiterate the value of this book as a starting point.
Tragedy & Hope: A History of the World in Our Time
The Naked Capitalist
The Global Class War: How America’s Bipartisan Elite Lost Our Future – and What It Will Take to Win It Back
Griftopia: A Story of Bankers, Politicians, and the Most Audacious Power Grab in American History
9/11 Synthetic Terror: Made in USA
Obama: The Postmodern Coup – Making of a Manchurian Candidate
The Power of the Powerless: Citizens Against the State in Central-Eastern Europe
Integral Consciousness and the Future of Evolution
Conscious Evolution: Awakening Our Social Potential
I am not one for conspiracy theories, but if it is true then it is not a conspiracy, it is an exposed criminal network. Sadly, we now live in an era where traditional criminals are practically the “good guys” in relation to the Griftopia that is legalized global crime by government lackeys and banking families. I strongly recommend this book. It is a great starting point and it is also a great “revisitation” point.