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John Coleman
John Coleman, d. 1904

Average rating: 3.77 · 422 ratings · 45 reviews · 84 distinct worksSimilar authors
Conspirators' Hierarchy: Th...

3.82 avg rating — 251 ratings — published 1992 — 21 editions
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The Rothschild Dynasty

3.42 avg rating — 62 ratings — published 2006 — 3 editions
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The Tavistock Institute Of ...

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One World Order

4.25 avg rating — 8 ratings — published 2003 — 3 editions
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What You Should Know About ...

4.50 avg rating — 4 ratings — published 2010 — 2 editions
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The Unexpected Teachings of...

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Rotschild Hanedanlığı

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Diplomacy By Deception: An ...

3.46 avg rating — 13 ratings — published 1993 — 5 editions
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STOP PARKIN, AND START LIVI...

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The Illuminati In America 1...

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“How the Committee of 300 Arranges Elections The term “fair and free elections” has no meaning in the U.S. The candidates for the presidency are selected by the Committee of 300 so in reality it does not matter who “wins” the election and goes on to the White House. The”
John Coleman, The Conspirator's Hierarchy: The Committee of 300

“In his own words Adorno said his music was Stalinist or Fascist and he used “big concepts to see if they sound right and fit the data.” In these words can be found the key to why he was engaged by Tavistock to write music based on the 12-atonal system of music that “sounded right” and he then “fit the data” namely, he wrote the lyrics to match, so that what emerged was an 18 album set he wrote for the Beatles. Underlying the whole Beatle music concept was Adorno’s long held belief that capitalism was evil, because it “fed the people with products of a culture industry to keep them passively satisfied and politically apathetic.” His “Beatle 12-atonal music” would throw a wrench into the works of the world’s biggest capitalist state, the United States of America.”
John Coleman, The Conspirator's Hierarchy: The Committee of 300

“Adorno echoed the words and works of Karl Marx in his music. Whereas Marx focused on the economic aspect, Adorno placed his emphasis on the role played by culture in maintaining the politically apathetic status quo. Music of the 12-atonal métier would be even more powerful than Marx’s economic assault on western capitalism. Adorno was of course a serious student and polished writer and performer of classical music. He was, perhaps, the most important music “new ground” philosopher, an intellectual giant in modernism in music. While attending the University of Frankfurt in Germany, he became friends with Alban Berg and studied composition under him from 1924. There Adorno learned the “dialectics” of George Hegel and applied it to his compositions. Adorno became Professor of Philosophy at the University of Frankfort.”
John Coleman, The Conspirator's Hierarchy: The Committee of 300



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