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Worth a read if you haven't woken up already.
on 1 August 2010
Having watched the antiterrorist's videos which I've enjoyed a lot especially the one's dealing with cops and rights and seeing the great reviews here I decided to purchase this. I was a little disappointed to be honest. It really didn't add much I wasn't already familiar with or add any new insight into the conspiracy called the New World Order. What we get is a distillation of Alex Jones, Alan Watt, Jordan Maxwell, a bit of David Icke and a few well known others. A touch of conservatism, Christianity and a smattering of New Age philosophy. I expect you know the kind of thing: how flouride is dumbing everyone down, don't take vaccines, economic collapse, etc.finishing off with we're all one consciousness type of thing. These are important subjects and this would be good as an entry level summary to give someone but I suspect anyone who hasn't woken up by now probably never will. So for a hardened NWO fighter it's all a bit 'been there, seen it, done it'. That wouldn't be so bad if the writing was good and funny and interesting but it isn't. I found myself skipping through a lot of it. Also, I find New Age philosophy utterly embarrassing, stupid and un-English, frankly. You know, the David Icke thing grabbing terms out your old physics A level course book? When I start hearing vocabulary like: we're all one consciousness, 'lower' or 'higher' vibrating energy, 'higher' consciousness, dimension, reality, source, infinite, manifest, blah blah sodding blah I tend to switch off.
In summary, there are a smattering of bits of interest here and there, it's worth a read and Mary Elizabeth Croft was a good reference to check out but overall it's a bit boring.
Guesses on the anti terrrorist's profession? My bet? He's a bloody cop, innit? Hello! Hello! Hello! What's goin' on 'ere then?!!!