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interesting perspective

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Reviewed: 16-10-2017

Over simplifies some more contemporary events, perhaps necessarily to convey it's point on a macro scale. Otherwise very interesting core concept. Sheds light on the perspectives of the author who himself is likely analogious to a contemporary 'illuminatus'

good content, obnoxious rhetoric

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Reviewed: 25-06-2017

this book has good content like valentine's work on the Phoenix program but so often pushes the left as the solution. any thesis that frames ethics with cliche left/right paradigms will ultimately be lacking as it fails to transcend rhetoric.

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technically thorough, thoroughly terrifying

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Reviewed: 08-07-2016

well researched and technically thorough; good foundational knowledge on the antics of the 'old boys'

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