Book Recommendations

Plato’s RepublicThe Western Republic as it was envisioned and meant to be.

Bertrand Russell’s The Practice and Theory of Bolshevism — A template for world government and tactics that inspired Henry Kissinger, Mao Tse-tung, Stalin, Hitler, Klaus Schwab, and a cast of characters whose legacy plagues us today.

The Kingdom of God is Within You by Leo Tolstoy — An antidote to Betrand Russell. In this beautifully written book, Tolstoy explains how God’s kingdom on Earth can be restored with the proper application of Jesus’ simple message — do not resist evil, but overcome it with good.

G.K. Chesterton’s Orthodoxy — One of the most convincing and well argued defenses of Christianity around, one that eviscerates the misguided  arguments of rational materialists while reaffirming the power of faith.

Jesus Lived in India, by Holger Kersten — Reveals how Buddhism, as originally conceived, inspired Christianity.

The Gospels/New Testament– The inspiration for God’s government on Earth, Western Civilization, common law, and the path to Salvation….

Meditations by Marcus Aurelius — Wise insights from Stoics philosophy that shaped Western Civilization as written by a Roman Emperor.

The Great Taking  by David Rogers Webb — A bankers perspective on the theft of American assets in progress  –which followed China’s entry into the World Trade Organization and which gathered steam during the second Bush Administration.  URGENT READING!

Final Judgment by Michael Collins Piper –– Reveals role of Meyer Lansky, Mossad, Bank of International Settlements, casinos in global money laundering. (Read together with Susan Bradford’s Taking Back America to understand the importance of the Lansky connection to Trump, Seminole Tribe of Florida, the international crime syndicate, the British Monarchy, and Resorts International within the global theft of assets in progress. Make your country solvent again!)

Gerard Colby, Charlotte Dennett, and Kevin Stillwell’s Thy Will Be Done: Thy Will Be Done: The Conquest of the Amazon: Nelson Rockefeller and Evangelism in the Age of Oil — Reveals how the Rockefellers (international bankers/ energy companies) have used Indian tribes to establish a monopoly on wealth, power, and market share.

Jeff Benedict’s Without Reservation –Reveals the (alleged) fraudulent origins  of a powerful, casino-rich  Indian tribe (Mashantucket Pequot) which mirrors what Susan Bradford documented in Lynched, concerning the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan and which reflects a pattern of fraud across most, if not all, federally recognized Indian tribes.

Ferdinand Lundberg’s America’s 60 Families – Published in 1937, the book was as relevant then as it is today. An in-depth look at the nation’s plutocrats, who they are, the spectacular fortunes they amassed, how they acquired their money, the influence they have wielded.

Mark Twain’s Innocents Abroad   — A  charming account of traveling abroad from the perspective of late 19th century Americans. Read the entire collection of this great American author to feel inspired again!

S.P. Melgunov’s Red Terror in Russia 1918-1923– We have been told not to forget the evil Holocaust. Never again is the refrain.  Melgunov’s account of the brutality inflicted upon innocent Russian people at the hands of Bolsheviks is nightmare-inducing, raising questions of how the perpetrators could even be considered human.  The victims were the descendants of faithful Christians who supported America’s efforts to free slaves and which intervened to protect this country from foreign intrigue at the hands of international bankers.  Yet, the world remained indifferent to the plight of this Wall Street-financed evil to seize the resources, assets, and power of the great Russian Empire. That Communism is even considered viable as an ideology reflects how little we have learned from history.

Ludwig von Mises’ Economic Calculation in the Socialist Commonwealth – In this essay, Mises debunks Marxism  and the utopian schemes of socialism as illogical, uneconomic, unworkable, and devoid of economic rationale.