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The World Order: Our Secret Rulers

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This book expands on Secrets of the Federal Reserve, by the same author, and details the history of the interlocking financial and business elites in Britain, Europe and the United States. It also includes some interesting history of the major tax exempt foundations. Unfortunately, this edition does not include footnotes.
Hardcover, 297 pages
Published 1992 by Ezra Pound Institute of Civilization
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If your looking for a conspiracy book that talks about the world elites being shapeshifting lizard people from outer space then this is not the book for you. If your looking for a book that does a great job of exposing the new world order and documenting its claims then this is a must read. Concentrating on the Rothschilds and their various minions and co-conspirators Eustace Mullins brings to light how they use everything from their control of the worlds banking and monetary system, multi-natio ...more
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Jun 04, 2009 Matthew W rated it it was amazing
"The World Order: Our Secret Rulers" is an important book exposing the hidden parasites that control and manipulate the world with their dirty money (made through war, slavery, depressions, famines, drugs, etc).

I recommend reading this book AFTER "Secrets of the Federal Reserve" by Eustace Mullins. Both books feature many of the same "people" and events, but "The World Order" goes into much more depth.

Mullin's unsentimental writing style hits you directly with the cold facts. Very few writers
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Must reading. One is not educated until one has read this book.
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Eustace Mullins was an American political writer, author, biographer. As of 2005, He was a member of the Southeast Bureau editorial staff of far-right Willis Carto's American Free Press. He was also a contributing editor to the Barnes Review.

Eustace Mullins was educated at Washington and Lee University, New York University, the University of North Dakota and the Institute of Contemporary Arts (Was
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