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Illuminati 2: Deceit and Seduction

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THE EMERGING NEW WORLD ORDER A depraved satanic cult called the Illuminati is waging a covert war against humanity. This is the key to understanding mankind's tragic history and current predicament. For more than a thousand years, Cabalist money lenders have conspired to usurp power from church and aristocracy, according to a plan detailed in "The Protocols of the Elders o ...more
Paperback, 285 pages
Published April 28th 2010 by Silas Green
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A depraved fundamentalist wearing a lot of makeup called Henry Makow is waging a covert war against minorities. This is the key to mankind's tragic history and current predicament. For more than a thousand years, bigoted chauvanists have conspired to usurp equality and institute a one-church state religion based on questionable historical evidence.

Henry Makow at his comedic best!
Hans De Jonge
After Illuminati, the Cult that Hijacked the World, you would not expect another book about the Illuminati, because everything is said as I thought. But in this second book Henry Makow new aspects are treated like a diagnostic process. Again a must-read with the six books and an epilogue. 1. Freemasons and Other Shills. 2. Social Engineering and Cultural Subversion. 3. Judaism, Zionism and Communism. 4. Hidden History. 5. Feminism, Homosexuality & How Heterosexuality Works. 6. In a Lighter V ...more
Ted M
Makow seems to miss the irony in using "The Protocols" as evidence of a zionist conspiracy... when every linguistic, historical, and political analysis ever done on this gag pamphlet has shown it was a deliberate hoax meant to discredit jews.

But Makow, who is a specialist in English and not linguistics or history, ignores this fact and plows ahead, ironically agreeing with the most hardened shiite muslims on the question of ethnic judaism. Makow dubiously points out various jewish businessmen an
Amazing how every text from Makow is a concoction of truth, speculation and nonsense.
Chris Tyler
Makow is back at it again pumping his fists and ranting in a geriatric tone about things he seems to have studied like he studied comparative religion- with a heavyhanded amount of preconceived bias and a lot of ignoring-what-I-dislike.

Which is rather sad considering he does indeed have good mastery of English overall- he could make a lot more of a change by focusing on reality rather than his own silly theories.
Tyrell Warner
The Protocols of Zion have been debunked as a hoax.

Sorry Henry.
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Henry Makow (born November 12, 1949) is a Canadian conspiracy theorist, author, columnist, and inventor of the boardgame Scruples.

Makow was born in Zürich, Switzerland. As an infant, he moved with his family to Canada, settling in Ottawa. At the age of 11 he began to write the syndicated advice-to-parents column "Ask Henry," which ran in 50 newspapers in the early 1960s[citation needed] and was p
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