By John Coleman
It is a real and actual account of treasonous behavior through the British and American governments: An account of the way their voters are deceived via guidelines frightening activities which are completely damaging to the health in their voters. completely researched, the ebook offers loads of hitherto unpublished details and throws new gentle on such diversified operations because the Gulf struggle and the Bolshevik Revolution. The bankruptcy on covert activities throws new mild at the homicide of Martin Luther King, Pope John Paul I, and different notables marked for elimination.The bloodshed that resulted from the construction of a synthetic ''Saudi Arabia''; the overseas coverage making position of the petroleum undefined; the rape of Mexico by means of British and American oil barons; the revolutions they ignited which fee hundreds of thousands of lives; British conquest of India, the pernicious Indian 'apartheid' caste method. those are many of the topics handled during this ancient disclose' of the way our governments misinform below the colour of diplomacy.''Diplomacy via Deception'' tells us that the United countries is a war-making physique, now not a peace-keeping association, and the way the Rockefellers and Alger Hiss, aided through the head Illuminati Dulles relatives, bought the U.S. concerned with the United countries. there's a masterly research of constitutional roadblocks barring U.S. club of the United countries that may come as a shock and depart without doubt that we aren't now, nor do we ever be, a member of the United international locations.
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