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This is a book report on New World Order Ancient Plan of Secret Societies by Still I recommend you to read it because it is very interesting and everyone needs to know this Of course it is always better to read the book itself what I want you to do too However I think it will be hard to get it because no library in the world has this book in their stores unfortunately Thus try to look for it on the internet Good Luck ------------------------------------------------------------ This book demonstrates how an ancient plan of secret societies has been kept in secrecy for centuries how their influence have had on historical events and in the present and how they can be best prevented in the future To illustrate all this the author primarily focuses on one of many secret societies - that is Masonry or Freemasonry because it is the oldest and largest group of all The real goal of all secret societies is the New World Order which is designed to bring all nations under a single world government Why not we might ask as this will eliminate wars among nations The author answers by saying that this plan could only lead to the most corrupt and ironical dictatorship mankind has ever known Thus he warns us to realize it now when it is not yet late to oppose The author says that many people do not see any connection between the ancient secret societies and the modern versions and refuse to admit that the New World Order is the main plan of secret societies But he provides with so many facts that then it is hard not to believe him There are over six million members of Masonry worldwide As modern source lists there were seventeen American presidents Washington Madison Monroe Jackson Polk Buchanan Andrew Johnson Garfield McKinley Teddy Roosevelt Taft Harding FDR Truman Lyndon Johnson Ford and Reagan Ironically most members are
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