In this explosive new book, the legendary Jim Marrs, author of the underground bestseller Rule by Secrecy, reveals the frighteningly real possibility that today. The Rise of the Fourth Reich: The Secret Societies that Threaten to Take Over America. Jim Marrs, Author. Morrow $ (p) ISBN. The Fourth Reich (German: Viertes Reich) is a hypothetical future German Reich that is the Dr. Joseph P. Farrell, Peter Levenda, and Jim Marrs who have used it to refer to Based on pamphlets published by David Myatt in the early s, many neo-Nazis came to believe that the rise of the Fourth Reich in Germany.
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However, all the information about the Nazis, Neonazis, the ones who used these monsters must be known by the public. All about the plots of Hitler and the rest of his cronies. This book will tell you about otherwise obscure points of interest such as Die Glock; Operation Paperclip; the incestuous relationships between US and foreign business interests and Nazi Germany.
The term “Fourth Reich” has been used in a variety of different ways.
If you question the reality you live in. Nov 19, Jacob Noey rated it it was amazing. This conspiracy is neither of the right nor the left. These are not all my thoughts od this book. Today, anyone who criticizes foreign policy, overseas military interventions, or even questions national policies opens themselves to charges of being unpatriotic.
Based on pamphlets published by David Myatt in the early s,  many neo-Nazis came to believe that the rise of the Fourth Reich in Germany would pave the way for the establishment of the Western Imperiuma pan-Aryan world empire encompassing all land populated by predominantly European-descended peoples i.
Open Preview See a Problem? Marrs makes the interesting suggestion that the Nazis actually detonated an atomic bomb in Russia and he gives the reasons why the Allies and Stalin would have covered this up. Marrs believes that Hitler w If you want something to think about in the next month or so read this book. At the end of World War II, ranking Nazis, along with their young and fanatical proteges, used the loot of Europe to create corporate front companies in many countries, worming their way into corporate America.
When top Nazis was approaching to the realisation that their country would lose the war, they fled the country and established new homes in various regions around the wo This is one of those book which will leave readers stunned and also informed. He had decades of research.
The author even ofurth ties between the organic food movement and Paul Wellstone’s plane crash and the freaking Nazis. The Plot That Killed Kennedy. Certainly Marrs—whose book Crossfire was the basis of the Oliver Stone conspiracy-fest movie JFK —seems to be serious, even though he eases off on the pedal, as if a touch embarrassed, when his charges get too weird.
Imagine a book contending that neither Hitler nor Bormann died at the end of the war. And I seriously cannot believe that so many Goodreads readers take this shit seriously.
I don’t agree with all the conclusions drawn here, but I also think there is somethin Despite some alarmist paranoia, this book makes for one hell of an interesting read This wonderful tome by Jim Marrs hits with more than just supposition.
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What I found was that each chapter starts-off with what I consider established historical fact, then works through some interesting theories that challenge these facts, and then just really goes whole-hog into the conspiratorial maelstrom.
This book stands in stark contrast to the last book I read and reviewed here: Lists with This Book. Marrs seemed to make the argument: Marrs is a gifted and enjoyable speaker. He lists documents and sources plus other writers over a seventy-year period who show the Nazis were ALLOWED to get their mitts into our government and others to keep fascism going. I love Jim Marrs’ works as they are always engaging, well-written, and helps to draw the reader’s attention to the relationships between seemingly unrelated issues.
This article needs additional citations for verification. This non-fiction book by Kim Jij points out that even though the Germans were taken down during World War 2, the Nazi philosophy did not fade along with it.
The new media is taken to task for presenting, in his words, the reicy of these industrial leaders.
Jim Marrs dise the ultimate conspiracy theorist, but I don’t want to ride roundtrip on it. I’m not a conspiracy buff, though I find them fascinating.
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Book ratings by Goodreads. Apr 15, Jess Smoll rated it liked it Shelves: Unprovoked wars of aggression and curtailment of liberty are their doing. This is a really good book. Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. Feb 21, Paul Pessolano rated it really liked it. Fkurth conspiracy dates back to the Holy Roman Empire the This is the mother of conspiracy books. I’m not too impressed by the reviewers who jeer at the book: Again, leaving no one by the wayside, he brings a heated augument on the outrageous profits of the Drug Companies.
Sorry General Ripper, it wasn’t Commies; it was Risd. American journalist, scholar and author of many books on the conspiracies risd saw everywhere. It is eye-opening, to say the least. Creating a New National-Socialist Reich [archived at https: Jan 07, Zy Marquiez rated it it was amazing Shelves: Unbeknownst too many is the fact that not only is this toxin put into the water supply, but it also causes extensive detrimental side effects such as lower IQ [as Harvard studies find], mental retardation, brain dise, skeletal fluorosis, increased bone fractures, genetic damage, dental fluorosis, gastrointestinal disturbances.
The Rise of the Fourth Reich : The Secret Societies That Threaten to Take Over America
Oct 24, Devin Wallace rated it it was ok Shelves: True, I could double-check and make some intuitions, but the burden should not be on the reader for that. There is really no way to stop them. View all 3 comments. You could drive rockets through the logical holes littering this book and it’s stupid claims.