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A fictional look at events going on in the US and world right now. New World Order Rising, Book 1 (52,200 words) (The Abduction) Carter Banks, 47, recruits his childhood friend (ex-army special ops) to help track the abductors of his daughter, Chantal, 24, and granddaughter, Dodie, 6, and gets a hair-raising short course on the true goals of the Illuminati, composed of elite politicians, CEOs, generals, et cetera, in their quest to eliminate 85% of the world’s population and create a one-world government: The New World Order. (Related to the UN's Agenda 21/2030.) The daughter and granddaughter of main character, Carter Banks, are abducted by professionals hired by the Illuminati. A GPS chase leads from Fargo, ND, to a Satanist Illuminati camp in New Mexico. During the trip they see a storage area for casket-liners, a concentration camp, and witness a union striker roundup by black-uniformed police. Harley, an expert on the Illuminati, schools Carter...but Carter doesn't give a damn about politics. He just wants his children back, but will find he has to begin learning about politics.... "Welcome to the New World Order." **** The Characters Masters, an elite old man at the top of the Illuminati pyramid; he wants a young girl child (with certain qualities) to fulfill his very-lacking emotional life. Carter Banks, 47 (main POV character) The father who tracks the abductors of his daughter and granddaughter across the country. Chantal, 24, (Carter’s daughter, some viewpoint) Mother to Dodie, both unlucky enough to have been born with black hair and blue eyes, considered by some men to be the fairest of all women. Dodie, 6 (pronounced like the female deer: doe-dee, Carter’s granddaughter; some viewpoint) **** (A subplot, only Book 1) Whit Malcolm, early 20’s (some viewpoint) a young man suffering from ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) since childhood. As an adult he lives near the edge emotionally. He’s chosen by the Illuminati to be drugged, microchipped, and brainwashed, to carry out the next mass-shooting (hopefully to finally cause registration/confiscation of all guns)…and then, as the sirens approach, to commit suicide, so that law enforcement cannot question him. **** Harley Maxwell, 48, best friend to Carter since childhood, ex-military special ops, provides not only transportation but is privy to much information on the Illuminati, who he nearly immediately thinks are behind the abduction. Mason (Carter’s loser son-in-law) Austin Drake (on guard at a “holding compound”) Beth Friday (Harley’s partner while in Army Intel) **** Locations, Book 1 Fargo, North Dakota Nebraska Maston, Kansas (fictional small city) New Mexico About The Illuminati First a description from the 1996 Oxford Dictionary and Thesaurus: Persons claiming to possess special knowledge or enlightenment. Any of various intellectual movements or societies. Next, verbatim from Wikipedia, the online free encyclopedia: “Historically the name refers to the Bavarian Illuminati, an Enlightenment-era secret society founded on May 1, 1776. In more modern contexts the name refers to a purported conspiratorial organization which is alleged to mastermind events and control world affairs through governments and corporations to establish a New World Order.” They go by many names, including, Skull & Bones, Bilderbergs, the Freemasons, the “shadow government” and New World Order. The Illuminati fill their coffers by drugs, pornography, prostitution, gun-running—hey! They got’ta make a living! Right? Sorry, but reading about all this stuff just makes me crazy sometimes, but, folks, what if even some of it is true? Should we be worried? I think we should. No matter what the mainstream media tells us, one can be certain there is plenty going on behind the scenes that they (meaning the elite, government, corporations, etc.) don’t want us to know about.

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    • Ano de Edição: 2015
    • Ano:  2016
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001121605172
    • ISBN:  9781311315243

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