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The Best of Des Griffin -Vol. I

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This book is a selection of 17 "Midnight Messenger Newspaper" and "Des Griffin Newsletter" articles. These range in time from the late 1980s to the present. The topics cover globalism, economics, and insights into the background of who really rules the world.
This is an excellent companion to the author’s first two books "Fourth Reich of the Rich" and "Descent into Slavery?" Both of which cover an in-depth view of what has really gone on in world history -the dark forces- behind the scenes and what is going on now.
Des Griffin is an internationally recognized and acclaimed author on such subjects as the New World Order, World Revolution, Secret Societies, Conspiracy Theories and the powerful forces working behind the scents to establish a worldwide “fuedal” system controlled by the international bankers.
"In American scholarship, one figure towers above all the others: Des Griffin. In reading his books and articles I quickly became fascinated not only by Mr. Griffin's results but by the method of research by which he reached these results....
"I subjected Mr. Griffin's method of research and published results to the most meticulous academic scrutiny, testing their validity from every conceivable angle: his assumptions, deductions, and conclusions. Here, I concluded, is a man with a precise, well-honed narrative and a broad perspective, a man with deep insight into military and governmental strategy, who can gather and assess evidence, discriminating unerringly between what is valid and what has been manufactured to manipulate the patriot or electorate; a man full of compassion for his subject — humanity — caught ... between the ever-recurring patterns of history and what has been carefully plotted for the future. It is for these reasons that I recommend Mr. Griffin's work" — Professor Robert O'Driscoll, University of Toronto, 13 September 1992.
As Benjamin Disraeli, a former British prime minister observed, “the world is governed by very different personages from what is imagined by those who are not behind th scenes.”

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