New Book on Power Elite an Eye-Opener
by Michael Collins Piper
If you are one of those truth seekers who has an open mind and is ready to absorb and digest new ideas and different approaches to the problems facing our world today, Deanna Spingola’s remarkable first book, The Ruling Elite: A Study in Imperialism, Genocide and Emancipation is one volume you absolutely must add to your reading list.
She is undeniably one of the brightest, most energetic voices speaking out today.
As one caller to Deanna’s program once told her: “You rearrange the furniture in my head and make me think.” And that’s exactly what Deanna’s new book does. It will make you think—and re-think—what you think you know about a lot of things. The Ruling Elite genuinely stands out, because it contains so much unique analysis presenting an entirely new light on personalities and events of history that have been misrepresented or misunderstood, not only by the corrupt mainstream media but also unfortunately—in most cases, unwittingly—by even the independent “truth” media.
Meticulously documented in 669 fact-filled pages with 1,998 footnotes, referenced from an amazingly diverse variety of sources, and complete with an index, The Ruling Elite will be an important part of your personal research library for years to come.
War, slavery, genocide, plutocracy and imperialism—the results of rampant, untrammeled capitalism benefiting an elite few at the top to the distress of millions of people of all races—are the focus of this monumental historical study. In many respects, this is an “alternative” history of the United States and the American system that is unlike anything you’ve ever before encountered.
Here are just some of the thought-provoking questions posed and addressed in Deanna’s book—and the answers she provides will leave you reeling:
- Did the 13 colonies really gain “independence” from Britain?
- Is the Constitution that we revere today really the Constitution as it was first drafted?
- Were there covert “changes” made to the original document?
- Were some of our Founding Fathers really the patriots we perceive?
- Did Freemasonic and Illuminist elements play a traitorous role in the early days of the American republic?
And anyone who admires the media- manufactured “memory” of Abraham Lincoln will find Deanna’s exposition of Lincoln’s history, his connections and his intrigue quite unsettling. She also explores some little-known aspects surrounding Lincoln’s assassination—facts that the Lincoln-worshipping mass media conveniently ignores.
Deanna is an uncompromising opponent of the international slave system that took hold in the Americas. She outlines the origins of the slave trade and names the big names who profited from the trade. There is much more to the controversy over slavery and its institution in the new world than meets the eye—and Deanna lays it all out in no uncertain terms, drawing the links to the global opium trade, the Rothschild banking empire and wars of conquest.