In the pursuit of understanding the venomous technocracy which mercilessly plagues our hearts and minds, it is imperative that everyone do their own research. In an effort to aid those who crave to possess this valuable gem of understanding, a list of great resources has been made for you, dear and faithful reader. If you have already read these books, please remember to let your friends and family know about them.
It is important that everyone sharpens their moral discernment, and critical thinking skills. This can be accomplished by keeping an open mind, and through study of the books listed below. Also, it is important to find material that you may not agree with to be analyzed—don’t simply absorb the same information from the same source daily, because complacency can inflict one with a terrible case of mental atrophy, and that is almost as bad as being a new world order zombie victim, who has been unwittingly conned by the corporate-controlled media.
1984 by George Orwell
This classic tale of brutal totalitarian control provides great information on the thought control used by the state to manipulate its subjects. It is nauseating when one considers the countless parallels between the book and contemporary life—gruesome and haunting predictions that have all come true, and then some!
Brave New World and Brave New World Revisited by Aldous Huxley
Huxley provides eerie accounts—bizarre Nostradamusesque predictions of our modern day scientific dictatorship one hundred years ago!
Between Two Ages by Zbigniew Brzezinski
This book is a must-read for anyone in need of the actual plan to dissolve national sovereignty in the name of “globalization” by implementing ubiquitous surveillance and a psychologically conditioned public to ensure that the rise of a technocratic elite is successful.
The Secret Team by Lt. Col. Prouty
This is an account from an ex-Air Force CIA contractor about the secret government using the NSA and CIA as a means to achieve its own devious ends.
Confessions of an Economic Hitman by Anthony Perkins
Perkins provides an autobiographical piece which sheds light on the deep corporate relationship that exists in the United States government, and the exploitation of third world countries.