--Perhaps most disturbing to those who still believe in things like representative government, Quigley reveals that real power operates behind the scenes, in secrecy, and with little to fear from so-called elections. We learn that conspiracies, secret societies, and small, powerful “networks” of individuals are not only real; they’re extremely effective at creating or destroying entire nations and shaping the world as a whole.
These disturbing truths contradict nearly everything we’ve been taught to believe about our system of government and social organization. As such, many people will simply dismiss them out of hand. “Only wild-eyed conspiracy theorists believe such nonsense,” they will say. And the social engineers, who encourage public ignorance and shape public opinion, will assure them that they’re right. But there is one problem: Carroll Quigley was no wild-eyed conspiracy theorist.
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