Peters - The Union Jack (British Israel political messianism and New World Order) (1970)
This is Helen Peters' explosive book The Union Jack (1970) which exposes the incredible conspiracy of the covert British Empire to conquer the world through world religious fundamentalism guided covertly by the so called "British Israel". British Israel is a term which describes the manipulative efforts of elite British oligarchs to create an one world feudal society (controlled by them) by first creating the state of Israel (as happened with 1917 Balfour Declaration) and then using Christian fundamentalists to promote the idea that Christ will physically return to Earth and will rule a "Kingdom of God on Earth" for a thousand years from his throne in - you've guessed it - Jerusalem. The only problem is, after those million upon millions of 'Christian' fundamentalists passively give up their constitutional liberties, their country's sovereignty, and their freedom in the mistaken belief that the Apocalypse/Armageddon and End Times scenario is an inevitable 'prophecy' from God that must take place before we can be delivered into the happy world of the New Millennium, they will finally discover that they've been delivered into a satanic, feudal slave society that will no longer tolerate any talk of Christ or Christianity - assuming they are still alive to enjoy the 'Kingdom of God on Earth'. The frontline promoters and propagandists of this magical kingdom include all the well known TV evangelical personalities like Pat Robertson, Billy Graham, Robert Shuller, Benny Hinn and many others. Many of these televangelists employ shouting, flamboyant movements, repeated phrases and various histrionics to pump up the emotions of the audience in order to achieve a very specific technique of brainwashing called 'conversion'. The elite on the other hand plays both sides of the Christianity card to manipulate the gullible into delusion. They either utilize pseudo-historians to sell the idea that Christ never even existed or they use their opposite, the fundamentalist 'Kingdom of God on Earth' promoters, to sell the Apocalypse/Armageddon/End Times package. Either way, the naive and gullible masses are duped as they either lose their spiritual foundation altogether and acquiesce to the humanistic or Masonic Gnosticism ploys, or they go whole hog into cheering for Armageddon and the End Times scenario to unfold so they can "get it over with" and race into the arms of 'Jesus' who will greet them from his golden throne in the newly rebuilt Temple in Jerusalem. These End Time 'prophecies' have no relationship whatsoever to the words or earthly mission of Jesus Christ as he is known to have said that "My Father's Kingdom is not of this world" and therefore specifically rejected all the "prophecies" being promoted by a dominant Jewish sect of the day known as Pharisees. The Pharisee priests had been predicting that a Messiah would come to earth and establish a "Kingdom of God" and rule from his throne in Jerusalem, after overthrowing the Roman oppressors who ruled Judea at the time. This is to the point exactly the same tale that the above named 'Christian' fundamentalist preachers are selling today to multitudes of deceived people around the world. Christ came to Earth to remind humanity that man is more than flesh; that man is spirit clothed within an outer vestment of flesh. His example thoroughly rejected materialism, corruption and deception so plainly witnessed in the lives of the above named End Times propagandists. The Union Jack explicitly identifies British Israel, group of superrich british aristocracy, as the hidden hand behind the so called "The Kingdom of God on Earth" and explains how this incredible deception is being made before your eyes using millions of fundamentalist believers all around the world in order to establish an one world totalitarian government. It's one of those rare books that puts it all together and is a brilliant historical study of the political messianism which has been using one and the same tricks for thousands of years - unfortunately with success always guaranteed. 320 pages. A must read for everyone.