New World Order: A Strategy of Imperialism

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Globalization has been viewed skeptically by a percentage of the population for awhile. Organizations such as the Council on Foreign Relations, the Bilderberg Group, and the Trilateral Commission have generated fear of one-world takeover, loss of sovereignty, and mind control. Sean Stone’s New World Order delves into the life and views of William Yandell Elliott, a professor at Harvard University who would mentor distinguished pupils like Henry Kissinger and McGeorge Bundy. Elliott was a proponent of World Government. He was a believer in the philosophy of Englishmen Cecil Rhodes, Lord Milner, and the Round Table Group. Elliott would work behind the scenes of many presidential administrations, offering his advice while pushing an agenda that put control on arms and resources. His ideas would be couched in platitudes, but a hidden agenda lay underneath, that of a New World Order.

Sean Stone has created a work of great interest as respects the shadows of power. Stone seeks to unmask the brokers who work under the cover of diplomacy and education but push a hidden agenda that benefits few, while hurting many. Stone’s book is bookended by explorations of conspiracy theories surrounding these groups, which are often derided by the mainstream media as well as the Catholic Church’s place in the middle of the battles of NWO groups. Stone’s book is a must-have for students of Alternate History.

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Star Count 5/5
Format Trade
Page Count 240 pages
Publisher Trine Day
Publish Date 2016-10-11
ISBN 9781634240901 Buy this Book
Issue December 2016
Category History


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