The Most Dangerous Book Ever Published

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The Most Dangerous Book Ever Published
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In seventy-eight essays, seven prominent social critics question everything. This thought-provoking and empowering, even "criminal," anthology is a major challenge to the establishment, the ruling oligarchy, or whatever we choose to call the deep state, central planners, and mega-criminals who set and control global narratives. Readers are presented with an array of "forbidden" subjects and in-debt analyses that pull the rug underneath the elite and expose the lies that constitute the matrix.

The Most Dangerous Book Ever Published

In seventy-eight essays, seven prominent social critics question everything. This thought-provoking and empowering, even "criminal," anthology is a major challenge to the establishment, the ruling oligarchy, or whatever we choose to call the deep state, central planners, and mega-criminals who set and control global narratives. Readers are presented with an

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The Most Dangerous Book

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