July 3, 2014
Ever wonder why our two major political parties are so much alike yet divide us as to which party has the best plan? And why the choice of presidential candidates has you voting for the ‘lesser of two evils’?
Do you question why the often called Main Street media barely report on anything newsworthy? You either hear of major events on talk radio, Facebook, Twitter, or word of mouth. Even then you can’t help wondering what isn’t being reported.
Have you ever wondered why regardless of who is in power, things never seem to get better for people and the downward spiral of America continues?
If you’re yearning for answers to these and many other questions, you might be interested in reading “The Shadows of Power, The Council on Foreign Relations and The American Decline” by James Perloff, which I was lucky enough to stumble upon and read recently.
Though it was written 25-plus years ago, it explains what’s going on currently and is a quick read. This timeless book is a real eye-opener and should be required reading. You can learn of future political events by reading what the Council On Foreign Relations writes about today.
Prominent Democrats, Republicans, bankers, businessmen, and members of the media belong to this elite group who dictate foreign policy and are globalists, who wield power and control over us and the presidency. The book explains how this council, the U.N., and the Federal Reserve (which is a private bank and has no connection to the government) came into existence and their cozy relationship with each other and the federal government.
— Linda Bishop, Findlay