Tragedy & Hope

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A definitive work on the world's power structure.
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Tragedy & Hope: A History of the World in Our Time by Carroll Quigley is the ultimate insider admission of a secret global elite that has impacted nearly every modern historical event.  Learn how the Anglo-American banking elite were able to secretly establish and maintain their global power. This massive hardcover book of 1348 pages provides a detailed world history beginning with the industrial revolution and imperialism through two world wars, a global depression and the rise of communism. Tragedy & Hope is the definitive work on the world's power structure and an essential source material for understanding the history, goals and actions of the New World Order. 

Author Carroll Quigley was an esteemed professor of history at the Foreign Service School of Georgetown University and also taught at Princeton and at Harvard.  President Bill Clinton was a student of Quigley and named him as an important influence.  As a trusted and well respected insider, Professor Quigley had access to a variety of secret papers and sources from which he did his research for Tragedy & Hope.

One of the key revelations Quigley reveals is a secret organization created by Englishman Cecil Rhodes.  Rhodes was the founder of diamond company De Beers, ardent supporter of British colonialism and creator of the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship that has since educated so many global elite leaders. F
unded by Rhodes' estate, the goal of this organization was to consolidate world control into the hands of the English speaking elites.  This book ties together how this secret organization of global elites has quietly steered the world towards a goal of global government using collectivism.

As an insider with access to many secret documents, Quigley was proud of the achievements of this secret organization and wrote this book from that viewpoint.  The book was intended to only be read by fellow academics and other insider intellectuals that shared a similar world view.  The book was quickly taken out of print when it became more widely circulated and opponents latched onto it as a confession of the global elite.  As pressure mounted, the publishers relented and authorized this identical reissue edition.

This book continues to provide one of the most revealing looks into the goals and methodology of the global elite.  This book is printed in limited quantities and not readily available at most mainstream bookstores.  Infowars is proud to have secured a batch of Tragedy & Hope and to help spread this valuable history and information
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Quotes from Tragedy & Hope:

"The powers of financial capitalism had [a] far-reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert by secret agreements arrived at in frequent private meetings and conferences." -- Carroll Quigley, Chapter 20.

"There does exist, and has existed for a generation, an international Anglophile network. I know of the operations of this network because I have studied it for twenty years and was permitted for two years, in the early 1960's, to examine its papers and secret records. I have no aversion to it or to most of its aims and have, for much of my life, been close to it and to many of its instruments. I have objected, both in the past and recently, to a few of its policies ... but in general my chief difference of opinion is that it wishes to remain unknown, and I believe its role in history is significant enough to be known."  --Carroll Quigley, Chapter 65.




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Mucho knowlege!

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I just got this book about 3 weeks ago so I'm far from finishing it. So far it's very interesting and a real page turner. I love how it comes from a factual standpoint.

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Most interesting thing in any form of media

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This is by far the most interesting thing I've ever read/heard/seen in any media. It is the most comprehensive history of world power and politics of the 19th & 20th century I know of.

Reading this book is like butterfly effect. You'll learn so much about the world that your nose will bleed every time you read.

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This should be taught in every school!

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I did not have to read far when I started to realize how much this book increased my understanding.."Tragedy and Hope" should be taught in every school, This book teaches you how to see the "Big Picture" and more. Thank you Infowars for this uncensored version.

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This is a History-lover's History book!

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  • Elites Behind-the-scenes
  • In-depth
  • Insightful
  • Scholarly
  • World History

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  • Large Time Investment
  • Not "light Reading"

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    I would place this book among the very best history books I have ever written, in the company of Edward Gibbon's "Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire", or Will and Ariel Durant's "The Story of Civilization" series. The author Carroll Quigley was a "macro-historian" at Georgetown University, and presents an overview of world history in a single amazing volume. Some early chapters expound on Chinese, Japanese, Russian, and Middle Eastern history and cultural patterns. Quigley builds on these to show how European and eventually American history (the weight of the book's focus) are really more natural extensions of this heritage, rather than dramatic departures. In that respect, it is in some ways like the first volume of Will Durant's "Our Oriental Heritage". This is probably about the first third.

    The analysis becomes much more in-depth examining the Anglo-American establishment over the past two hundred years or so. Although he never uses the term "New World Order", Quigley is examining the roots and evolution of the power mechanisms we have come to think of by that term. Many readers on this site may be particularly interested in Quigley's treatment of Cecil Rhodes and British colonialism, the assorted interlocking round-table groups established in the 19th and 20th centuries, the financial motivations behind American entry into World War 1, the somewhat incestuous international fraternity of currency-issuing central banks, and the politicians who do their bidding. These are all covered in the middle third of the text.

    The final third is dedicated to political, technological, social and financial examination of World War 2, and the post-war period up to about 1960. Some of it reads a bit like William Shirer's "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich", but Quigley's view is much more international and macroscopic. In fact, this part includes an investigation of the post-war breakdown of the family unit in America, which seems almost more like a Sociology text than history.

    There are several "gems" in here... incredibly insightful tidbits which I've never heard anywhere else, but which make perfect sense, and left me feeling very gratified for having read this. One of these is a dissection of how a lot of male-female gender roles and behaviors observed in Central and South America can be traced (through Spain, and Moorish occupation of Spain) back to Middle Eastern culture. Now that he's laid it out so eloquently, I think "Of course!", but I had never made that connection before.

    In a way, this book may be the very best book out there for waking up open-minded friends and family to the New World Order. It is a very appealing blend of well-known mainstream world history, lesser-known (but entirely verifiable) world history, and an introduction to the NWO without a hard sell that might turn off the yet-unconvinced. The only problem with using this book to wake people up is it's length. It is a tome, and much of it cannot fairly be called "light reading". At 1300 pages, it definitely requires an investment of time. I can only say that if you enjoy reading History, the time spent on this book it is well worth it; without exaggeration, I place this book among the top 10 nonfiction reads of my lifetime.

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