A New World Order Reading List

07/03/20155 Comments

People are always asking James what reading he recommends. It's an overwhelming question with hundreds (or thousands) of must-read books that could be named, but here James offers a few suggestions to get you started. To continue exploring the question, please delve into the archives of corbettreport.com for the hundreds of book recommendations in previous podcasts and interviews.

Myths, Lies and Oil Wars

The Globalization of Poverty and the New World Order

The Shadows of Power

Black 9/11: Money, Motive and Technology

The 2001 Anthrax Deception

Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation

krimms.com (Rollerdog)

The Lone Gladio

Classified Woman: The Sibel Edmonds Story

Absalom, Absalom!

In Search of Lost Time

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  1. Corbett says:

    So what’s on your summer reading list?

  2. ktrammel says:

    Interesting that you chose July to speak about books. I gather that the Japanese call July “The Month of Books,” (fumizuki) but I can’t seem to find out why. Do you have a resource that explains this James (since you live there I thought you might be able to help)? I’m writing an article for my site about astronomical events in July and I’m interested in knowing the origin of “The Month of Books”, the etymology. One site said something about the festival, Tanabata, but that seems tenuous to me.

    Thanks James!


  3. macburns says:

    I am reading the e-book 2020 Our Common Destiny/The Anti-Communitarian Manifesto

    I am also reading the Holy Bible-an older Oxford University Press edition featuring King Solomon and Babylon the whore, in all their glory.

    I also recommend The Genesis Factor by Yacov Rambsel, a messianic Jew. Using a code technique called ELS, or equidistant letter spacing, he has revealed the mathematical complexity of the Hebrew language and the prophetic insights in the Book of Genesis.

  4. lundqvist11 says:

    Peter levendas’ the Hitler legacy and russ bakers’ family of secrets is on my list.

    Need inspiration? Take a look at Dave emorys’ recommend reading: http://spitfirelist.com/category/books/

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