En­light­en­ing the ig­no­rant

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Money and Power: The Se­cret His­tory Steven S. Sadleir

Cre­ate Space (June 7, 2011) $12.95

242 pages

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The idea of the gov­ern­ment be­ing a mere pup­pet in the hands of a few wealthy fam­i­lies and groups surely sounds ab­surd. How­ever, Sadleir, in his book Money and Power, con­vinc­ingly takes us through the en­tire trans­for­ma­tion of the world bank­ing sys­tem over the years, in­clud­ing de­tails about its founders.

He be­lieves that the rea­son be­hind this re­al­ity is hid­den to a great ex­tent and is not en­tirely the re­sult of any con­spir­acy. In­stead, it is di­rectly pro­por­tional to our ig­no­rance. Our in­abil­ity to see through the pre­vail­ing il­lu­sions re­gard­ing money and power is due to our own lack of con­scious­ness. He has not only de­coded the true re­al­ity of the pro­pa­ganda, the New World Or­der and the oil mo­nop­oly, but has also taken read­ers a few steps to­wards what Sadleir refers to as ‘En­light­ened Cap­i­tal­ism’. Even if one has dif­fer­ing opin­ions re­gard­ing the means to re­store and free our econ­omy from mount­ing debts, the facts re­lated to the ef­forts of the world’s fi­nan­cial bour­geoisie to gain max­i­mum con­trol, is an in­for­ma­tive eye opener.

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