The Shadow Masters: How Governments And Their Intelligence Agencies Are Working With Drug Dealers and Terrorists For Mutual Benefit And Profit

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Trine Day, 2010 - History - 357 pages
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This investigation examines how behind-the-scenes collaboration between governments, intelligence services and drug traffickers has lined the pockets of big business and Western banks. Beginning with a last-minute request from ex-governor Jesse Ventura, the narrative winds between the author's own story of covering "deep politics" and the facts he has uncovered. The ongoing campaign against Victor Bout, the "Merchant of Death," is revealed as "move/countermove" in a game of geopolitics, set against the background of a crumbling Soviet Union, a nascent Russia, bizarre assassinations, wars and smuggling.

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Assembled like a collection of short stories or articles. Some are more interesting than others. If you don't already believe that the most powerful people in the world are committing the most extreme ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

Daniel Estulin is an award-winning investigative journalist and author of The True Story of the Bilderberg Group. He is the host of two radio shows in Spain.

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