Who Really Runs the World?

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Disinformation, 2007 - History - 256 pages
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The world is a mess. It's constantly at war, things cost too much, and the average person struggles to survive against powers they can barely see, let alone control. It appears so at odds with common sense, in fact, that it begs a fundamental question: Who runs the world? This book looks at the conspiracies in everyday life, both hidden and not-so-hidden. It examines actual people, businesses, social networks, corporate alliances, and the dark forces of conspiracy and secret history that hold them together. The conclusions reached may shock and scandalize some people--especially those who fervently believe in democracy--but will fascinate everyone.

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Review: Who Really Runs The World?: The War Between Globalization and Democracy

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It's a pretty sober conspiracy books. No aliens, pagan rituals, or 9/11 conspiracy theories. It just basically breaks down the realities of globalization and shit like that. It does get a bit dry at times, but when you can follow it, it is interesting. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
6
Money Does Make the World go Round
39
Allseeing Eyes
68
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Thom Burnett is a pseudonym used by one of Britain's leading experts on security and military matters. He served with UK Special Forces in the 1990s, and has since been undertaking postgraduate research in Conspiracy Theory and Military Intelligence. Alex Games is an author and journalist. He worked on the features desk of the London Evening Standard for five years, including three years as its associate media editor. He now writes regularly for the Financial Times, and has also written profiles, interviews, opinion pieces, columns and reviews for the Sunday Times, Daily Telegraph, Guardian and Independent on Sunday.

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