Recommended reading

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Hidden History: The Secret Origins of the First World War by Gerry Docherty and James MacGregor. Hidden History uniquely exposes those responsible for the First World War. It reveals how accounts of the war’s origins have been deliberately falsified to conceal the guilt of the secret cabal of very rich and powerful men in London responsible for the most heinous crime perpetrated on humanity. For ten years, they plotted the destruction of Germany as the first stage of their plan to take control of the world.

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Escaping the Matrix – How We the People can change the world by Richard K. Moore.
    “Richard is both a gifted writer and wise seer. In Escaping the Matrix, he helps us really take the red pill and examine the awful tragedy of our current world situation. More importantly, he then shows us an exciting path we can actually take to create a world that works for everyone.”
– Jim Rough, author of Society’s Breakthrough

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The Breakdown of Nations by Leopold Kohr.
    In The Breakdown of Nations Leopold Kohr shows that throughout history, people who have lived in small states are happier, more peaceful, more creative and more prosperous. He argues that virtually all our political and social problems would be greatly diminished if the world's major countries were to dissolve back into the small states from which they sprang. Rather than making even larger political unions, in the mistaken belief that this will bring peace and security, we should minimise the aggregation of power by returning to a patchwork of small, relatively powerless states where leaders are accessible to and responsive to the people.

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Gods of Money by William Engdahl. If you want to understand who has power in the world today, and how it got that way, this book is a must-read. It is clear, concise, comprehensive, and every detail is meticulously documented with reliable references. I’ve been studying this kind of material for years, and from this book I learned quite a few things I had never come across before.

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Confessions of an Economic Hit Man by John Perkins. Perkins explains, from his own experience, how the US government works hand-in-hand with the IMF and World Bank to force third-world countries into debt slavery, and to submit to environmental and economic exploitation. [Since the engineered economic collapse of 2008, the IMF has now crossed the Rubicon – aiming its destructive guns at the EU, beginning with Ireland, Greece, and Spain. –rkm]

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Enough is Enough by Fintan O’Toole. For Irish people and all who love them – the truth behind the scenes about the Irish church, government, and history – the betrayal of the Irish liberation movement.

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Toward an American Revolution by Jerry Fresia (entire book online here). Red pill material – shatters the mythology surrounding America’s allegedly noble “Founding Fathers”. If you click on Jerry’s name above, you’ll find that he’s now turned his formidable talents to teaching and making beautiful art in Italy

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The Story of B by Daniel Quinn. An eye-opening perspective on civilization, its myths and its origins. Peeling the onion of domination and exploitation all the way back to its core.