Ever since I heard of Henry Mackow, I have been an avid reader of his articles and books. Mackow makes it clear the warped maneuverings of organizations like the Illuminati and others in trying to pave the way for a New World Order. Actually, when I read his latest book, “The Illuminati: The Cult that Hijacked the World,” all my past thoughts about conspiracy theories and the impact of an elite group of men and institutions bent on creating war, discords, corruption, amongst other things became crystal clear, and even logical. After all, throughout history there have always been–to steal a term from Adam Smith–a “hidden” hand engineering revolutions and calamities to create a terrain commnensurate with their interests. The Opium wars in China, the disaster of the U.S.S. Maine, the blowing up of the Reichstag, etc..
In this book, “The Illuminati,” Mackow takes the reader through a trajectory of a history marked with connivance of high officials and groups, who use human beings as guinea pigs and fund mass murderers. In an effort to destabilize society, they create vice and then force it unto the masses. War is used to sabotage society as well as install their power brokers in an effort to maintain the secret societies’ control of the status quo. And much of this does ring true. If anybody is aware of the founding of Ameica, secret societies, like the Freemasons played a central role in the creation of the United States.
The most vivid aspect of this book is how Mr. Mackow shows conclusively with evidence about the ultimate objective of the “elite.” He shows how conspiracy is real and not fiction, especially when he debunks the attacks on “The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion.” The book itself lays out the blueprint for world government, which is going on right now. Our media is a propaganda transmitor and molds our minds into the “elite’s” way of thinking. The rise of Communism was aided and abetted by mainly Jews and its effects were disasterous upon humanity.The nazis and Hitler were definately in league with their ambitions.
Even if you are a skeptic, you will realize that “The Illuminati,” is not a fable. The book draws from “real” people who were killed and abused by this cult and its related organizations–the C.I.A., among others.