by G. Edward Griffin
This is Mr. Griffin's analysis of the War on Terrorism
and much more. Terrorism is a distraction for deeper
issues. Both hawks and doves are playing into the hands of those who
are using the conflict for their own hidden agendas. You will
discover the Council on Foreign Relations, an organization
that has dominated U.S. public policy since World War I.
You will learn about the ideology called collectivism that
motivates this group and find that its members believe that the best
way to bring about desirable changes in society is to engage in war.
Mr. Griffin meticulously documents how these people, working within
the American government, plotted to involve the U.S. in both World
Wars. They even encouraged enemy attacks so they could claim
the status of victim instead of aggressor.
The lessons and parallels for the War
on Terrorism are chilling.