The Ruling Elite: A Study in Imperialism, Genocide & Emancipation
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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
Deanna is best known as the hostess of a daily call in
talk forum on the Internet at republic broadcasting.
org. 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
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—
inmost 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.
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”
• Is the Constitution that we revere
today really the Constitution as it was
•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?
Softcover, 668 pages.
Excerpt from page 505
With conscription, mandatory military service, General Grant had absolutely no reluctance in sending thousands of Union soldiers into bloody warfare and to their possible deaths. Lincoln, in that same message to Congress bragged that the Union Army and navy were superior to any in the world and that the northern population and war production were increasing. He said, “We are not exhausted nor in process of exhaustion; that we are gaining strength and may if need be maintain the contest indefinitely. This as to men. Material resources are now more complete and abundant than ever.” Grant, perhaps like Kissinger, thought that military men were just dumb and stupid animals, expendable and easily replaced.