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- DescriptionReviews at end Book 1 of serial New World Order Rising, The Abduction, based on material written by conspiracy theorists. The daughter and granddaughter of main character, Carter Banks, are abducted by professionals hired by the Illuminati. Carter hires Harley Maxwell, ex-army to help. A GPS chase leads from Fargo, ND, to a Satanist Illuminati camp in New Mexico. They see a storage area for casket-liners, a concentration camp, and witness a union striker roundup by black-uniformed police. Harley, an expert on the Illuminati, schools Carter, who doesn't care about politics and just wants his children back. The following material gives some idea about the Illuminati. The original Manchurian Candidate movie appeared in 1962. A Korean War POW, was brainwashed by the Communists to become a political assassin. A movie, same name, appeared in 2004. Their premise was the same: Brainwashing, Politics, Assassinations. Do I believe brainwashing can work? With today's techlogies, drugs, techniques, Yes. One theory suggests the Illuminati abduct individuals with certain qualities-shyness, quiet, loner, and brainwash them to become mass shooters. Think about it: Most shooters are either completely whacko, or, at the end of their killing spree commit suicide. Brainwashing could work in either case: The sound of approaching sirens signals to become whacko, or self-destruct, giving law enforcement, basically, thing for clues. A subplot introduces Whit Malcolm, a loner young man on the edge emotionally, who is brainwashed to carry out a major mass shooting. According to Conspiracy theorists, America is #1 on the Illuminati's list to disarm. After the American civilian is disarmed, America herself will t stand long against the powerful Illuminati. When America is defeated, the rest of the world will follow, obediently, into slavery. Without nationwide Minutemen, so to speak, to 'defend..., ' well, think of Japanese Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto's words, You cant invade America. There would be a rifle behind every blade of grass. But, more...? As a last word, the Illuminati-or whoever they are-have been striving toward world domination for generations, even hundreds of years. Please remember Nazi Germany and Communist Russia. Do we think such an evil force cant happen again? It has happened again and again from time immemorial. We, today, matter how smart we think we are with our electronic gadgets, are t immune from totalitarianism. **** Reviews: 5.0 out of 5 stars Gripping read!, July 20, 2013 By david sloma I found this a compelling and interesting story. That the subject matter is very plausible, and has been the subject of n-fiction books made it even more spooky! James weaves a thrilling chase with the characters, giving them a vibrancy as the puzzle unfolds, taking the reader into some very unsettling territory that needs to be examined. If you like stories about good people battling dark forces, check this one out! 5.0 out of 5 stars Riveting Read, November 9, 2013 By Kim This is one book you will find very interesting! This book will cause one to think about the behind the scenes (mysterious dark places) within our world...The author is very talented in delivering a riveting story. Kelly rated it 5 of 5 stars This is an unbelievably awesome book. I absolutely loved it. From the very first page, it kept my attention 100% until the very last word. This book is beautifully written. James W. Nelson is definitely one of my most favorite authors. I gave NEW WORLD ORDER RISING 5+++++++ stars but if I could give more stars, I would give this book the most possible stars that I could give. I recommend this book to every one that likes to read about things that are going to happen, you will t be disappointed. I think he is right on cue with the world happenings. Jason Conrad rated it 5 stars Loved it! I can't wait for the next 2 to come out. Kept me interested from beginning to end!!
- Author BiographyJames W. Nelson lives among goldfinches, chickadees, nuthatches, blue jays, crows, cottontails, squirrels, deer, mink, badgers, coyotes, wallflowers, spiderworts, sunflowers, goldenrod, big and little bluestem, switchgrass, needle & thread grass, June berries, chokecherries, oaks, willows, boxelders and cottonwoods, in the outback of eastern North Dakota. More: James W. Nelson was born in a little farmhouse on the prairie in eastern North Dakota in 1944. Some doctors made house calls back in those days. He remembers kerosene lamps, bathing in a large galvanized tub, and their phone number was a long ring followed by four short ones, and everybody in the neighborhood could rubberneck. (Imagine that today!) James has been telling stories most of his life. Some of his first memories happened during recess in a one-room country schoolhouse near Walcott, ND. His little friends, eyes wide, would gather round and listen to his every hastily-imagined word. It was a beginning. Fascinated by the world beginning to open, he remembers listening to the teacher read to all twelve kids in the eight grades. He was living in that same house on the land originally homesteaded by his great grandfather, when a savage tornado hit in 1955 and destroyed everything. They rebuilt and his family remained until the early nineteen-seventies when diversified farming began changing to industrial agribusiness (not necessarily a good thing.) He spent four years in the US Navy during the Vietnam War (USS Carbonero and USS Archerfish.) After the navy he worked many jobs and finally has settled on a few acres exactly two and one half miles straight west of the original farmstead, ironically likely the very spot where the 1955 tornado first struck, which sometimes gives him a spooky feeling.
- Author(s)James W Nelson
- Date of Publication21/07/2013
- FormatPaperback / softback
- SubjectGeneral & Literary Fiction
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight259 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine10 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound
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