The True Story of the Bilderberg Group

The True Story of the Bilderberg Group

by Daniel Estulin

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ISBN-13: 9780979988622
Publisher: Trine Day
Publication date: 02/14/2009
Edition description: Second Edition, Second edition
Pages: 432
Sales rank: 162,165
Product dimensions: 7.46(w) x 11.28(h) x 0.94(d)

About the Author


Daniel Estulin is an award-winning investigative journalist the author of several books, including Deconstructing Wikileaks, The Invisible Empire, and The Octopus Deception, Shadow Masters

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True Story of the Bilderberg Group 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
OutspokenMB More than 1 year ago
I purchased both copies! I didn't want to read it, but I had to, and so must everyone else. ALL THE CHAOS that's going on now is explained down to the "T" here. If you don't read this, then you don't want to know. Someone told me they won't read it because they don't want to know the truth!! Am I in the USA? Take the blinders off and purchase this book. Maybe you can do something to help your country before your country is taken away by this group. Don't dismiss this as conspiracy or think there is no way this could be true. He has documents to prove it. Read it and join others like myself trying to take back their country. MUST READ!!!!!!!!!! Louisiana
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a MUST READ for anyone who still questions if there actually could be an aristocratic group with such immense coldness and arrogance as to appoint themselves the masters of the world and its peoples. Thoroughly researched, and I appreciate Mr. Estulin's willingness to risk everything to get the word out.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It makes you wonder who to trust, who is telling the truth. I am so sick of the media telling us what to think, this book seemed to address why that is. They don't want us to think, they want us to do as we're told and believe what they say. If what this book says about the media being controlled by those who ultimately want a One World Government, then how did this book ever get published? It makes you think. I didn't want to put it down it's a great read. You decide!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good starter into this subject but leaves the reader in the dark about who is behind everything. If you have noticed enough untruths in the world to have read this book, find the books old world secrets the omega project codes and new world bible the story of the truth, your life will never be the same.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was an eye opener. It's a sad commentary on the world that most people will dismiss this book as just another conspiracy. After reading this I'm watching what is going on around the world, particularly in the U.S. with a different perspective. Wow! Who is really in control of what and how we think
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This book puts light on the behind the scenes activities of the rich and elite. It shows that the elitists of this world think that they know, better the us, what is best for the people of the world. You might find it hard to take in, but research has shown Estulin to be quite accurate.
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Yes there is a Bilderberg group and yes there is mystery and yes people like Kissinger should be looked at with suspicion, but this book is garbage. It fields some random rumors and tries to put a strange spin on facts that could be explained much easier with some common sense. This book paints Kissinger and Chomsky almost as behind the scenes buddies. The opinion that everybody who has a voice in the world is part of these secret organizations is very shallow. We're not all part of a Truman show. The book is boring and difficult to read because of the strange sentence construction. For those believing Estulin's story, I studied in Leiden..... so I must be part of this conspiracy also..... right?