The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve – G. Edward Griffin How a banking cartel overthrew the United States in 1913.
1984 – George Orwell
Especially “the book within the book,” Emmanuel Goldstein’s The Theory and Practice of Oligarchical Collectivism” which explains how the powers that be maintain their power.
Brave New World – Aldous Huxley
Huxley, and his student Orwell, were privy to the script of the oligarchs and were allowed to publish it in book form. Brave New World accurately describes the technocratic/scientific dictatorship we’re living under today. (Huxley’s “Brave New World Revisited” is also worth a read.)
Between Two Ages; America’s Role in the Technetronic Era – Zbigniew Brzezinski (pdf)
Brzezinski also describes the technocratic dictatorship we’re living under. In 1970 he predicted the “world-wide information grid”
The Grand Chessboard, American Primacy and it’s Geostrategic Imperatives – Zbigniew Brzezinski
The guy who established Al Quada (and Pol Pot) in the 1970s explains what we’re doing today in the middle east and eurasia. (It’s about China & pipelines.) Fun fact: Brzezinski was Obama’s mentor when he was a lowly student at Columbia. He later became his foreign policy advisor.
Tragedy and Hope – Carrol Quigley
Clinton’s mentor at Georgetown, Quigley was also the historian for the Council on Foreign Relations. His unprecedented access to their files laid out a damning history of the elites; how they control finance, start world wars, appoint presidents and prime ministers and are well on their way to world government. Also recommended; Quigley’s “The Anglo American Establishment.”
But if you don’t have the time to plow through this massive book, Cleon Skousen’s “The Naked Capitalist” provides an excellent review and commentary on Tragedy and Hope.
The Communist Manifesto – Karl Marx and Fredrich Engels
The scariest thing about this is comparing the ten planks of the communist manifesto and the current structure of US government. They’re one and the same. Interesting fact; Marx wrote Das Kapital and the Communist Manifesto at the British Library whilst on the payroll of British intelligence.
Ecoscience: Population, Resources and Environment – John P Holdren.
Obama’s science tzar calls for a planetary regime to enforce totalitarian population controls. Mass sterilization of the public through food, air, water and vaccines, forced abortions and requiring licenses before people can bear children. Total James Bond villain material.
The Next Million Years – Charles Galton Darwin
A nauseating love letter to eugenics – the quack science of racial purity – getting rid of “lesser” humans, the useless eaters. Alan Watt explains the book in this Youtube video.
It Can’t Happen Here – Sinclair Lewis
Written in 1935, Lewis’ what-if novel describes what the United States would look like under fascism. The parallels are frightening.
The Republic – Plato
Plato argues why it’s best to be ruled by elites or “philosopher kings” and why they must depopulate us lesser humans. An ancient primer on eugenics.
The Prince – Machiavelli
It’s good to know how these people operate.
Allan Watt, Cutting Through The Matrix
Absurdly well read, intelligent and insightful analyst/historian of the scumbag agenda. Not the prettiest website, but I won’t miss an episode. Great links listed under each show.
No Agenda Show
Adam Curry and John C Dvorak deconstruct the BS in the media and pull back the curtain. Entertaining and very informative. Great example is the pipeline report, episode 426. You should also check out the incomparable show notes from each episode. A goldmine.
The Peace Revolution Podcast
Advanced education into the scumbag agenda. Highly recommend podcasts 41 through 45; “The Ultimate History Lesson with John Taylor Gatto.”
The National Intel Report
Clearest analysis of current events, by John Stadtmiller
Truth News Australia
Reminder that it’s a global agenda, not just here in the US.
Sibel Edmonds’ Boiling Frogs
Fantastic analysis from the FBI whistleblower. Also features “Empire, Power, and People” Andrew Gavin Marshall, a new insightful look a the world. You can subscribe for free through iTunes.
Uncompromised research and analysis
No Agenda News Network
Crowdsourced news the powers that be would prefer to keep quiet.