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Shadow Masters: An International Network of Governments and Secret-Service Agencies Working Together with Drugs Dealers and Terrorists for Mutual Benefit and Profit

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This extraordinary investigation examines how behind-the-scenes collaboration between governments, intelligence agencies, big business, drug traffickers and "terrorists" has lined the pockets of the elite on one hand, while on the other profoundly contributing to the destruction of sovereign nation-states in favor of more efficient economic units, but without such messy things as the US Constitution and its Bill of Rights. Dealing their cards from the darkness, the Shadow Masters create "reality," inventing the ...

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Overview

This extraordinary investigation examines how behind-the-scenes collaboration between governments, intelligence agencies, big business, drug traffickers and "terrorists" has lined the pockets of the elite on one hand, while on the other profoundly contributing to the destruction of sovereign nation-states in favor of more efficient economic units, but without such messy things as the US Constitution and its Bill of Rights. Dealing their cards from the darkness, the Shadow Masters create "reality," inventing the good guys and the bad guys, playing a rigged game for power, profit and … our future.

Bilderberg staffers stopping the author the day before the 2005 Bilderberg Group meeting in Germany. The group's security force, which includes police, military, and intelligence personnel, was not yet in place. After Estulin published his pictures, the secretive cabal began to hold their annual conclaves at elite hideaway resorts. What are these bankers, business bigwigs, government leaders and royalty doing in secret? US taxpayers' dollars have helped fund the meetings since they began in 1954, yet the government won't tell us what's going on. But, in Shadow Masters, Estulin reveals their covert agenda.

Victor Bout, named the "Merchant Of Death," has been designated second only to Osama bin Laden as the world's most evil person. The author's explosive investigation of Bout rips the lid off one of the most sinister and mind-boggling deceptions of recent times. Estulin spent over six months in Thailand, attending court hearings and visiting Bout in prison, obtaining exclusive interviews. And, with unprecedented access to Bout's business files and personal materials, the author shows the accusations to be less than the truth - a fable serving the needs of the Shadow Masters!

Drugs

The illegality of three plants - coca, cannabis and the opium poppy - creates the world's largest "black" marketplace: over one trillion annually of untaxed, cash dollars, supplying the Shadow Masters with funds to corrupt our financial and civic institutions.

Diamonds

Diamonds can be sold easily on the international black market because they are so easy to transport and so difficult to find. Furthermore, financial trails of diamond trading are virtually nonexistent.

Dirty Money

As the Shadow Masters' secret piggy bank, black-market drug money is used to boost profits, acquire industries, own media, buy governments, fund terrorism and bankroll wars.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780979988615
  • Publisher: Trine Day
  • Publication date: 2/1/2010
  • Pages: 312
  • Sales rank: 325,310
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Daniel Estulin is an award-winning investigative journalist and author of The True Story of the Bilderberg Group. He is the host of two radio shows in Spain.

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Table of Contents

Preface ix

Prologue 1

Chapter 1 Conspirators 19

Chapter 2 The Economic Rape of Russia 43

Chapter 3 The Bilderberg War in Kosovo 77

Chapter 4 The Underbelly of Business as Usual 109

Chapter 5 Merchant of Death? 131

Chapter 6 Nuclear Gamesmanship 205

Epilogue 229

Photographs & Documents 237

Index 349

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  • Posted February 19, 2010

    ESTULIN shows to be the best investigator in the world

    I am a former US Marine. Served with NATO forces in Europe. What Estulin describes in former Yugoslavia is dead on. The drug section is amazing. Some of it I saw with my own eyes. The rest fills in the blanks. Finally, the section on Russian man Victor Bout boggles the mind. Can my government be that evil? Please God, say it ain´t so.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 28, 2013

    Jaystar

    Awesome, ah crap! The Shadow Warriors... ThunderClan is in for it now! They are so not fun to battle >>

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 26, 2013

    Wolfsun

    Very good.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 25, 2013

    Shadows of Days chapter fourteen-Ivypool/Lilyblaze

    Ivypool dragged herself out of the moss nest. She shook her messy fur and sarted to lick. "Hey!" A voice proested. It was Nightwing. "Clean your pelt outside" she snapped, disgruntled. "Sorry" Ivypool went out to the clearing. Bramblestar was speaking with Jayfeather. Amberpool was beside him. Brakenfur was on the other side. "Ivypool". Ivypool whipped around to face Hazeltail. "What" she asked. "I-" Hazeltail was cut off by a yowl. "I found Dawnpelt killed in ShadowClan!" It was Berrynose. "SHADOWCLAN IS ATTACKING!". "Hazeltail, take Shadowwing, Nightleap, and Cherryheart to check out the situation. Ivypool, take Mousewhisker, Leaftail, Nightwing, and Thornclaw to attack. I will take Graystripe, Sandstorm, Darkwing, and Tigerfoot to ambush ShadowClan when we are getting weak." Bramblestar ordered. Ivypool saw Mousewhisker, Leaftail, Nightwing, and Thornclaw scrambled over to her. "Let's go" she meowed. * * *. Ivypool crept forward. ShadowClan scent was no where nearby. Only rouge. Ivypool flickered her tail as they went into a clearing. "Show yoursef!" She challenged, surprised her voice was calm. "You need to see us" a voice meowed "we are everywhere. We are the Shadow Warriors". Ivypool looked around. No one was there. "Who are you." She asked. "I am Hidden" the voice meowed. A creamy tom with gray patchs dropped from above. Cats started out. Hidden stepped forward. They were surrounded -/-/-/-/Lilyblaze watched as the cats trickled out the camp like a running stream. "Will ShadowClan attack us?" Dewcloud was asking Jaystripe. He shrugged. "How do you know it was ShadowClan" he asked. "Berrynose smelled ShadowClan scent" Dewcloud replied evenly. Lilyblaze thought about Cancer. If ShadowClan was attacking... "What about Cancer" she blurted. "I guess she'll have to do" Dewcloud responded. "I'm right here". Cancer made her way into the camp. "I saw ShadowClan racing through the forest and deided to visit you" she explained. "Will they all be okay" Squirrelight asked. Lilyblaze only just remembered that Squirrelflight's mate was out fighting. Bramblestar had to fight. He was leader. Shadowtail was hunting. "Will ShadowClan be attacking other cats?" Lilyblaze asked "like Shadowtail". "Maybe" Amberpool shugged. She just joined in the conversation. "I hope not" Lilyblaze muttered. No one heard it anyways. Lilyblaze felt panic in her chest. What about their kits? Who would father them if Shadowtail was killed? "Your overeacting" Jayfeather meowed soothingly. "I guess I'm worried" Lilyblaze confessed. "That's okay. All we can do is wait" Jayfeathe meowed. "All we can do is wait and see what happened later".....

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  • Posted August 12, 2012

    Highly Recommended - you must check it out!!

    A verry enlightening book that oprns eyes!!!

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    Posted January 18, 2012

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