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New World War: Revolutionary Methods for Political Control

by Mark M. Rich

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 130097625X, Paperback)

A silent war is taking place in cities all over the planet. It is covered-up by the media, mental health system, Ngos, and our elected officials. Now that the financial elite are finished using the Us military and allied forces to conquer nations in their quest for global domination, they're neutralizing individuals and groups of resisters who live among the people. To do this, they have recruited a major portion of the civilian population, which is used as a surrogate force to persecute those who have been identified as enemies. As part of the same agenda, the security forces are conducting psychological operations on civilians and torturing them with directed-energy weapons. The entire operation is in service to some very wealthy psychopaths who rule our society, as part of a global revolution intended to result in a planetary dictatorship, known as the New World Order.

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