The World War Deception
Last Updated on July 1, 2019 by Hamad Subani
Cabal Times is proud to present The World War Deception. The World War Deception is ground-breaking research into the two World Wars, which incorporates new developments in conspiracy literature. While there has been plenty of conspiracy literature into different facets of the two World Wars, this book attempts to provide a unified birds eye view of how the two World Wars were essential in shaping our world (for the worse). In addition, some original research into different facets of the World Wars are included.
- Russia’s “Manifest Destiny”
- The role of the Kemalists in the destruction of the Ottoman Caliphate
- The Gallipoli debacle of World War I
- The Armenian Genocide
- The motivation behind Stalin’s purges
- The efforts to ensnare Japan into a war with the Allies
- How Hitler engineered Nazi defeat
- How the creation of India and Pakistan relate to the World War Deception
- How many postwar developments tie into the World War Deception
The following is the original back-cover excerpt of the book:
Were the two World Wars historical accidents or were they the undertakings of powerful yet undocumented cabals?
Was the Soviet Union the ultimate successor to European colonial empires? What role did the alliance with Germany play in the implosion of the Ottoman Empire? What was the role of European powers in the Armenian Holocaust? Was Mustafa Kemal really a genuine hero? Why were so many soldiers sacrificed at Gallipoli? Why did Germany avoid invading the newly formed Soviet State? Did Lenin sabotage a Globalist takeover of the Soviet Union? Was Hitler a crypto-Globalist? Why did the Nazis avoid a ground invasion of Britain? What happened at Dunkirk and Dieppe? Who was Fritz Kraemer? How did Germany end up with one half under the Soviets and the other half under NATO? Why were atom bombs dropped on Japan even though B-29s had brought greater destruction to Japanese cities? Was a bipolar New World Order, dominated exclusively by NATO and the Soviet Union, a strategy for controlling the populations of the world? Was the creation of opposing blocs, as in the case of India and Pakistan, and China and Taiwan a part of this management strategy?
Incorporating the the exhaustive research of the late Antony Sutton and the groundbreaking revelations of Fritz Springmeier and delving into more than two hundred sources, the World War Deception comes up with some unlikely answers to these original questions.
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