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“In the end, it’s clear to those in the know that conspiracies are a ‘reality’ and once an individual willingly opens this doorway and enters that life-altering realm, they also open their Self to all the anomalies associated with synchronicity. It’s one helluva ride, and most certainly better than the so-called “normalcy” that the rest of ‘them’ have to suffer through.”
Edward A. Whitney is a researcher who specializes in global affairs. In 1990, intrigued by President George H.W. Bush’s frequent mention of the “New World Order,” he began an in-depth study of that subject and its many ramifications. In pursuit of information on this vitally important subject, Mr. Whitney has read several hundred books and several thousand newspaper and magazine articles by authors on every side of the political spectrum.
Each piece of information was evaluated as to reliability of the source and as to consistency with other known data, the same process that is used by intelligence analysts.
The large amount of information obtained in this lengthy search was organized into a database, with separate pages for each individual, organization and the events involved. From this data came a chronology of key events, cross-references, various lists and, finally, this book.
The main purpose of this book is to inform the public about recent events, especially the evil things done in secret by the promoters of the New World Order in their quest for global governance and world domination.
“When the story of the Liberty does come before enough people, it could prove to be the linchpin upon which very real reform of misguided U.S. policies in the Middle East—the ill-founded ‘special relationship’ with the state of Israel—will finally come about.”—Michael Collins Piper
When one considers that thousands of books, articles, essays, documentaries and blockbuster films have been made concerning pivotal events in history such as Pearl Harbor and the assassination of JFK; at the same time we need to ask: Why has no such attention toward the attack on the USS Liberty (June 8, 1967) taken place? After all, had the ship been sunk as planned, it would have kicked off a nuclear war between the United States and the Soviet Union.