Syndicate, The

Syndicate, The

The elitist families behind the New World Order who have looted the Earth's resources and how they have intrigued world influence.


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The Syndicate is the fruit of a lifetimes historical research and travel. In this highly topical and controversial work Nicholas Hagger turns the accepted view of 20th century history upside down. Acquisition of money and oil have driven events, rather than the pursuit of liberty and democracy. The Rothschilds, Rockefellers and related families are the prime movers, rather than politicians and monarchs. Stalin, Hitler, Churchill, Kennedy and others were beholden to their bankers rather than the interest of their nations. The Syndicate demonstrates how the many revolutions of the 20th century have seized oil and levelled pockets of national self-interest in preparation for a coming world government. It takes us from the League of Nations, via Hitlers World Order, to the United Nations and the New World Order today. It shows how the Syndicate have used the UN and NATO as a world army in the Gulf War, Serbia and other crises of the 1990s. It covers the events of September 11 to the Global Coalition and the war in Afghanistan and Iraq. It shows how the Syndicate is setting up a political United States of the world which will have ten regions, and considers how the coming World Government will be consolidated.

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Hagger is not the first to name a core group of 12 families within the context of a pattern of shadowy interests aimed at undermining nation-state sovereignty, but here he concludes that these opwer plays all boil down to the pursuit of oil, money and power. He is hopeful that the gforces wanting to implement global democracy will win out in the end, and believes the United Nations has been sidelined in this quest. We have the choice of two New World Orders, and we'd be advised to go with the less corrupt. ~ Nexus

Finally, a solid book about this pressing matter, and refreshingly without the usual hysteria or excessive speculation. Hagger has done his homework and is initially just concerned with supplying extensive data. Upon this he builds his case: contrary to popular belief, the desire for world domination has never died down. There is a clandestine group, let's call them 'the Syndicate', which desires to achieve this aim. Most of the defining events of the 20th century have been orchestrated by this club, and now the machinery is in place. The world is on the eve of global government, and nothing can prevent it. ~ Amazon Review

An intriguing revision of 20th century history, cmobined with unsettling prophecies for the future. He discusses the strengths and and weaknesses of some of his more "fringe" sources in the appendix. This kind of measured response is a hallmark of this book. and unlike many conspiracy tomes, Hagger's The Syndicatre is remarkably free of ranting. Those interested in conspiracy theory will find The Syndicate a thought-provoking introduction to topics such as the Bilendbergers, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the Club of Rome. It might not provide a concrete exposure of the shadowy figures who rule the world from behind the scenes, but it does a shine a light on some of their chicanery. ~ Mysteries Magazine

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Nicholas Hagger
Nicholas Hagger Nicholas Hagger is a poet, man of letters, cultural historian and philosopher. He has lectured in English Literature at the University of Ba...
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