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Fourth Industrial Revolution

This book provides a window into the agenda of world elites, aka globalists:

Characterized by new technologies fusing the physical, digital and biological worlds, the Fourth Industrial Revolution will impact all disciplines, economies and industries — and it will do so at an unprecedented rate. Already nanomaterials 200 times stronger than steel and a million times thinner than human hair are in development, as is the first transplant of a 3D-printed liver. And this is just the beginning.

In the Fourth Industrial Revolution world-renowned economist Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum, outlines the key technologies driving this revolution, discusses the major impacts on governments, businesses, civil society and individuals, and offers bold ideas for what can be done to shape a better future for all.

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Chameleo — a strange but true story of invisible spies, heroin addiction, and Homeland Security. This book is delves into advanced military technology (Project Chameleo) and gang-stalking.

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Technocracy Rising

The dark horse of the New World Order is not Communism, Socialism or Fascism. It is Technocracy.

With meticulous detail and an abundance of original research, Patrick M. Wood uses Technocracy Rising to connect the dots of modern globalization in a way that has never been seen before so that the reader can clearly understand the globalization plan, its perpetrators and its intended endgame.

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The Best Enemy Money Can Buy

With mountains of documentation, mostly from government and corporate sources, Sutton shows that Soviet military technology is heavily dependent on U.S. and allied gifts, “peaceful trade” and exchange programs. We’ve built for, sold or traded, or given outright to the Communists everything from copper wiring and military trucks to tank technology, missile guidance technology, computers – even the Space Shuttle. Peaceful trade is a myth … to the Soviets all trade is strategic. The paradox is that we spend $300 billion a year on a defense against an enemy we created and continue to keep in business. The deaf mute blindmen, as Lenin called them, are the multi-national businessmen who see no further than the next contract, who have their plants defended by Marxist troops (in Angola); who knowingly sell technology that comes back to kill and maim Americans.

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1980 Radio Liberty Interview Antony C Sutton

This is an interview of Antony C. Sutton by Dr. Stanley Monteith. The introduction by Dr. Monteith appears to have been done in the 1990’s or later while the actual interview was done in June of 1980.

Prof. Sutton describes the pressures he was under to keep silent during the Vietnam War about how the U.S. was financing Soviet industry, which in turn was supplying Soviet products to the Vietnamese who themselves were using these products to combat U.S. military forces. It was at this time in 1973 that his book National Suicide: Military Aid to the Soviet Union was published.

Western globalists are the financiers behind all forms of socialism around the world. In this interview, how Wall Street and the City of London funded the Bolshevik Revolution, the rise of Hitler, and the Soviets during the Cold War are all discussed.

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National Suicide

You may read this book and think the author “dreamed a dream that could not be.” For Antony Sutton, research fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, proves that there is no such thing as Soviet technology, only American and allied technology on Soviet soil. Technology that maimed and killed American boys in Korea and Vietnam.

Bridge building to Communist Russia is nothing new. It started early in 1918. With mountains of documentation Mr. Sutton shows that 90 to 95 percent of Soviet technology since 1918 has come from America and its allies . . . that we’ve built for, or sold, or traded, or given outright to the Communists everything from copper wiring and motor vehicles to combat tanks, missile equipment and computers . . . that we are today giving equipment to build the world ‘s largest heavy­ truck plant (output: 100,000 ten-ton trucks per year – more than all U.S. manufacturers produce in a year) . . . that “peaceful trade” is a myth . . . that to the Soviets all goods are strategic. All this, to create and maintain an enemy that we annually spend $80 billion to defend against.

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Western Technology and Soviet Economic Development

For almost 50 years, by far the most significant factor in the development of the Soviet economy has been its absorption of Western technology and skills. These three volumes describe and document in detail the technological transfer.

The primary sources for data are the U.S. State Department Decimal Pile and the German Foreign Ministry Archives, supplemented by journals in half a dozen languages from a dozen countries. Of these, the journals published by Soviet trade representatives abroad were of particular help.

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