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Descent Into Slavery

Descent Into Slavery
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Weight 1.20 lbs
Author Name Des Griffin
 
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Descent Into Slavery

By Des Griffin


A carefully documented and detailed story of the International Bankers and their involvement in the Illuminati plot to create a totalitarian One World Government.

Excerpts:

p. 34
PLAN OF DESTRUCTION
In the years following independence, a close business relationship had developed between the cotton growing aristocracy in the South and the cotton manufacturers in England. The European Bankers had decided that this business connection was America's Achilles Heel, the door through which the young American Republic could be successfully attacked and overcome.

The 'Illustrated University History', 1878, p. 504, tells us that the southern states swarmed with British agents. These conspired with local politicians to work against the best interests of the United States. Their carefully sown and nurtured propaganda developed into open rebellion and resulted in the secession of South Carolina on December 29, 1860. Within weeks another six states jointed the conspiracy against the union, and broke away to form the Confederate States of America, with Jefferson Davis as President.

P. 65
'BAND OF EXTRAORDINARY PERSONALITIES'
As the situation continued to deteriorate, the Illuminati/international banker cabal was making careful preparations for its final assault on the nation which had, in the past, proved to be a fly in the ointment as far as its plans for world conquest were concerned.

In New York, Leon Trotsky, who had arrived in the United States on January 13 by a circuitous route to avoid detection by European authorities, applied himself with fiendish diligence to assembling what Winston Churchill later described as a 'band of extraordinary personalities.' These formed the nucleus around which the political leadership of the planned revolution was built.

Although he had no visible means of support, Trotsky lived in a fashionable apartment and rode around in a chauffer-driven limousine. He was frequently seen entering the palatial residence of Jacob Schiff, the Rothschild agent who, some forty years earlier, had taken over control of Kuhn, Loeb and Company, the international banking house, on behalf of his European masters.

Reviews:
'In American scholarship, one figure towers above all the others: Des Griffin. Reading Descent into Slavery - I quickly became fascinated not only by Mr. Griffin's results but by the method of research by which he reached these results....

'I subjected Mr. Griffin's method of research and published results to the most meticulous academic scrutiny, testing their validity from every conceivable angle: his assumptions, deductions, and conclusions. Here, I concluded, is a man with a precise, well-honed narrative and a broad perspective, a man with deep insight into military governmental strategy, who can gather and assess evidence, discriminating unerringly between what is valid and what has been manufactured to manipulate the patriot or electorate; a man full of compassion for his subject - humanity - caught ... between the ever recurring patterns of history and what has been carefully plotted for the future. It is for these reasons that I recommend Mr. Griffin's work' - Professor Robert O'Driscoll, University of Toronto, 13 September 1992.

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Softbound, 5.5 x 8.5", 324 pages

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