JIM MARRS THE RISE OF THE FOURTH REICH PDF
In this explosive new book, the legendary Jim Marrs, author of the underground bestseller Rule by Secrecy, reveals the frighteningly real possibility that today. The Rise of the Fourth Reich: The Secret Societies that Threaten to Take Over America. Jim Marrs, Author. Morrow $ (p) ISBN. The Fourth Reich (German: Viertes Reich) is a hypothetical future German Reich that is the Dr. Joseph P. Farrell, Peter Levenda, and Jim Marrs who have used it to refer to Based on pamphlets published by David Myatt in the early s, many neo-Nazis came to believe that the rise of the Fourth Reich in Germany.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. The Rise of the Fourth Reich: In this explosive new book, the legendary Jim Marrs, author of the underground bestseller Rule by Secrecyreveals the frighteningly real possibility that today the United States is becoming the Fourth Reich, the continuation of an ideology thought to have rourth vanquished more than a half century ago.
This concept may seem absurd to those who cannot see past the rose-color In this explosive new book, the legendary Jim Marrs, author of the underground bestseller Rule by Secrecyreveals the frighteningly real possibility that today the United States is becoming the Fourth Reich, the continuation of an ideology thought to have been vanquished more than a half century ago. This concept may seem absurd to those who cannot see past the rose-colored ruse, hype, and disinformation poured out daily by the corporate mass media–most of which is owned by the very same families and corporations who supported the Nazis before World War II.
But as Marrs precisely explains, National Socialism never died, but rather its insidious philosophy is alive and active in modern America. PaperbackLarge Printpages. Published July 29th by HarperLuxe first published June 24th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about The Rise of the Fourth Reichplease sign up. Be the first to ask a question about The Rise of the Fourth Reich. Lists with This Book. Sep 27, Leo. Well what can I say about this book. If you question the reality you live in. If you have questions about our history. Jim Marrs was an ruse researcher. Jim Marrs was a vigilant investigative journalist. He had decades of research.
Some of his books have been made into block buster movies. Crossfire springs to mind.
It was the basis for the Well what can I say about this book. Like Stanley Kubrick, Oliver Stone made films that made the viewers think about what is really going on in our world.
I tend to watch movies and read books not just as entertainment but for a source of information too. If one watches any film by any of these two greats one should; and is; left with many questions and longing for answers.
I have watched all of these two directors films and recommend them to everyone. If one looks around now and stop to see what is madrs globally this book will certainly raise some eyebrows. Apr 15, Jess Smoll rated it liked it Shelves: This book is so awful it passes back into “good”– though your mileage jimm vary, of course. This is the mother of all terrible conspiracy theory books, combining many smaller conspiracies into one enormous Nazi-driven plot, as though all the Nazis of history managed to party down with the evil fictional Nazis that hunted Indiana Jones, Captain America, and the Basterds, and those vampire Nazi legions of Hellsing infamy.
Mulder, it was Nazis. Sorry General Ripper, it wasn’t Commies; it was Nazis. Fat Man and Little Boy and the bombing of Japan? All the conspiracies are true! Mqrrs had ties to Nazis The author even finds ties between the organic food movement and Paul Wellstone’s plane crash and the freaking Nazis.
He blamed so much shit on the Nazis I can’t even remember it all My answer for everything from now until I stop finding it hilarious which will be You could drive rockets through the logical holes littering this book and it’s stupid claims.
And I seriously cannot believe that so many Goodreads readers take this shit seriously. My faith in humanity has taken a crippling blow. Impractically awesome and hilarious as a Wile E.
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Read it for the LULZ, kids. View all 6 comments. Oct 24, Linda Munro rated it really liked it. I chose this book due to these words: Throw out everything you think you know about history.
The Rise of the Fourth Reich: The Secret Societies that Threaten to Take Over America
Close the approved textbooks, turn off the corporate mass media, and whatever you do, don’t believe anything you hear from the government—The Rise of the Fourth Reich reveals the truth about American power. This book clearly explains that ‘the U.
Once on American soil, they could cooberate with Nazi sympathizers who had already kf to overthrow FRD to bring about fascism in the U. The 14 characteristics of a fascist regime are: If you cannot see the U.
Jim Marrs is the type of excellent researcher to write a book like this. For anyone who hasn’t any knowledge beyond mainstream history, this book will be an eye-opener.
Marrs details the extent of America’s wealthy families, banks and corporations who funded Hitler’s Germany and it’s rise to power. And how various U. Other Jim Marrs is the type of excellent researcher to write a book like this. Others were swept secretly into South America. The author then follows through with how they have advanced over the last sixty years to continue their projects.
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The best chapter in the mwrrs is called Wonder Weapons, which describes how advanced the Germans had developed their specialized sciences. Rising nationalism, state corporatism, consolidation of the mass media to the point of propaganda, inordinate hysteria over national security accompanied by eroding liberties, rampant corruption, are just a few of the connections to be made. Operation Paperclip, ratlines and Grandpa Bush are all brought to light. Oct 24, Devin Wallace rated it it was ok Shelves: I don’t like diving off the side of the cliff into the murky waters of conspiracy theories of the highest nature.
I would have been forced to do that to completely enjoy Marrs’ book. It is full of facts and dark connections between the world’s past and the current elite, but he adds fpurth lot of conjecture that lowers the quality of his ideas.
Jim Marrs is the ultimate conspiracy theorist, but I don’t want to ride roundtrip on it. I’ll ride it for a bit, but there is a point where I need to get off I don’t like diving off the side of the cliff into the murky waters of conspiracy theories of the highest nature.
The Rise of the Fourth Reich: The Secret Societies That Threaten to Take Over America by Jim Marrs
I’ll ride it for a bit, but there is a point where I need to get off at my stop. View all 3 comments. This group is connected to or synonymous with the Maers banking establishment.
Their modus operandi consists in playing different political and national factions against one another. These are not all my thoughts on this book.
There are a lot of other musings about Marrs I have, but I won’t say them hte because I am tired and the book isn’t that good and you should read Joseph Farrell instead. Marrs makes the interesting suggestion that the Nazis actually detonated an atomic bomb in Russia and he gives the reasons why the Allies and Stalin would have covered this up. I agree with him. Marrs highlights the various banking clans that funded madrs aided the Nazis both before the war and after the war.
Marrs has an intriguing chapter on Otto Scorzeny and the lost Cathar treasure. I am open to correction on tje one. Further, he points out that these same elites eventually influenced American society and policy, and I suppose there is some truth in that. Fair enough; I buy that. Marrs seems to forget about that. The scholarship and research methods are about as bad as one can get. I think for the most part he is correct on what he reports.
The problem is he does not cite his sources! True, I could double-check and make some intuitions, but the burden should not be on the reader for that. This is a half-assed junior high bibliography. Even the joke of a research method known as APA is more respectable than this. Had he used real scholarship and evaluated the sources in a detailed, logical fashion, he could have shed much light on a fairly unresearched topic.
I officially stopped taking Marrs seriously at this point. He offers no real plan of action. Towards the end of the book Marrs rightly points out that all political candidates are funded by the same people and eventually advance some form of the same cause. There is really no way to stop them.