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Nesta Helen Webster & Kurt Kerlen

Boche and Bolshevik (1922)

Boche and Bolshevik (1922) by Nesta Helen Webster & Kurt Kerlen

Publishers Introduction

On April 26th and 27th, 1922, The Morning Post of London published two articles by Mrs. Nesta Webster, entitled "Boche and Bolshevik," which received wide comment in the English press. Mrs. Webster was well qualified for the task. Her reputation as a studen...

Joseph J. Mereto

The Red Conspiracy (1920)

The Red Conspiracy (1920) by Joseph J. Mereto

"This book proves the existence of the Red Peril. We publish it to warn America. We ask the help of every American, organization and institution to put 'The Red Conspiracy' in every home, school and library in the land." - the National Historical Society, 1920.

While "The Red Conspiracy" will a...

Ivor Benson

The Worldwide Conspiracy (1972)

The Worldwide Conspiracy (1972) by Ivor Benson

Much of the material in this little book has already been published, in one form or another, in Behind the News, a monthly newsletter produced by Ivor Benson and airmailed as a personal service to a widening circle of subscribers all over the world.

The book will, therefore, serve as an introducti...

Rockefeller Foundation

Scenarios for the Future of Technology and International Development (2010)

Scenarios for the Future of Technology and International Development (2010) by Rockefeller Foundation

Extract:

LOCK STEP – A world of tighter top-down government control and more authoritarian leadership, with limited innovation and growing citizen pushback.
 
In 2012, the pandemic that the world had been anticipating for years finally hit....

Ben Williams

Central Government (1991)

Central Government (1991) by Ben Williams

Central Government is typified by Babylon. Babylonian type World Empires, based upon the concept of Central Government, are liberally strewn throughout the records of world history. Today, the epitome of Central Government is usually thought to be the Communist government of the Soviet Union. But, in all...