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None Dare Call It Conspiracy de Gary Allen
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None Dare Call It Conspiracy (original: 1972; edição: 1971)

de Gary Allen (Autor)

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It has been my experience for the past half-decade or so that when I want to read good horror, I don't go to the horror section of the bookstore. I go to the non-fiction section. There is a short but powerful list of nonfiction books that are guaranteed to put a good scare into you, and I seem to have stumbled across the majority of them. Stanton Peele's The Diseasing of America. Robert Weinberg's One Renegade Cell. Glenn Gaesser's Big Fat Lies. Add to the list Allen and Abraham's None Dare Call It Conspiracy. Allen and Abraham here attempt to make the case that the events of recent world history, from the Bolshevik Revolution forward, have been brought into being and controlled by a relatively small group of insiders, mostly international banking magnates and (later on) the Council on Foreign Relations. While it's certainly conspiracy theory, Allen and Abraham have done a fine job of backing up their assertions with a huge amount of primary and secondary source material (just looking up the titles in the bibliography took me the better part of two hours). Whether you're a fan of conspiracy theory or not, the facts presented, and the conclusions drawn, in this book, are thought-provoking and outrageous.… (mais)
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None Dare Call it Conspiracy is an over-sized political conspiracy pamphlet penned by John Birch Society spokesperson Gary Allen. Allen was a speechwriter for segregationist George Wallace when Nixon defeated him in 1968, and apparently Allen never got over it. The book is designed as a handout (hence the four million copies printed) in a pyramid-scheme hook that has the author recommending handing out copies of his own book as one of the four ways to stop the conspiracy.

The conspiracy, of course, involves socialism. Like most Republicans, Allen was a huge fan of the McCarthy era, and keeping the Red Scare alive is an important enough aspect of demonizing socialist policies that Allen's big pitch is that all Communist conspiracies are actually the secret plan of international socialist bankers to destroy America and the Constitution to make way for a NEW WORLD ORDER.

Much of what now constitutes the disinformation strategies of modern right-wing politicians and media is inherent in this slim volume, and try not to feel too depressed when you discover that the tactics - as well as talking points - haven't changed in the fifty years since its publication. Allen spends a few chapters building up all of the straw man arguments needed to smooth over the holes in his logic,

At the core of Allen's producerism fever-dream is the real-life conspiracies that generally involve people with excessive money and/or power doing everything they can think of to amass more wealth/power, but that core is layered with thousands of imaginary lines drawn by Allen to illustrate a world where everything happening in history that he doesn't agree with is actually an intentional act on behalf of a global socialist New World Order conspiracy.

From a scholarly standpoint, the book is a mess. Allen purposely leaves out any information that contradicts his narrow world view, pulls numbers and supposed universal truths out of thin air with no supporting data, spends way too much time making up what he believes average people think without actually asking them, and repeatedly makes tenuous connections between things then immediately treats it as solid fact.

In the first chapter, Allen states that there are two schools of historian, those who think all historical events are ransom coincidences, and those who think all historical events are planned and orchestrated. This statement is absurd, but believing you only have two choices of how to examine history is the only way Allen has a chance of making you believe his version of the world is anything less than a paranoid delusion.

Picking apart even a few of the inconsistencies and inanities sprinkled throughout this book would take more time and space than I'm willing to commit, and if you're a Trump supporter or Alex Jones fan, you're not going to listen to reason anyway. I recommend this book only to fans of bizarre conspiracy theories, and those who actually believe in a global conspiracy of international socialist bankers, as those are the only two types of people that might derive any enjoyment from it. ( )
1 vote smichaelwilson | Jan 3, 2020 |
Very useful book to better understand our political issues. It is a bit dated, but the concepts haven't changed just the individuals and stories he tells about. If nothing else, read chapters 1 and 2. At least skim chapter 1 (make sure you know who Carroll Quigley is and what he believes and says, and recognize Allen's discussion about academics and the mass media - now called main-stream media, or legacy media).
Chapt 2:
I will point out one misleading item on Chart 3 (in my copy it's on p 34) - our particular constitutional republic chose to put state govts sort of at a higher level than the federal govt.
Charts 1 and 2 are critical - chart 1, as taught in schools, assumed by the legacy media, and believed by most people, makes no sense - varying levels of socialistic tendencies are put on a left-right spectrum with democracy (a socialist form of govt called mob rule, or called by Thomas Jefferson the worst of all possible forms of government) in the center. Just because in the 1940s two dictatorships used the names communism (intended to be an international socialism)and Nazism (in English that would be national socialism), and were enemies, and we're suposed to think they are opposites? No, they were opponents because both groups wanted to be the only world dictator.
Chart 2 shows a logical left-right spectrum:
On the left you have total government to varying degrees, such as Communism, Fascism (Nazi), Fabianism (some form of democracy/mob rule), and he lists some historical dictatorships as well; some of these are more complete dictatorships than others, due to inclination, technology, etc.
On the far right you have no govt (differing degrees of anarchy).
Note that left would be total govt, right would be no govt. On the right, between Center and Anarchy (far right) would be varying degrees of limited government, such as the constitutional republic given to us by our US Constitution. Some of the changes to it tend to moves us further right (abolition to slavery), others further left towards totalitarianism (the changes to our representatives - no longer known by each constituent; and senators - one less check because now chosen directly by the people instead of the state govt).

Chap 3-7:
Explain how our move towards socialism has occurred, and since the book was written, a lot more has happened.

Chap 8:
Skim this chapter. It's dated, but the 14 signposts leading to slavery (total govt) are important - read pp 131-133 a little more carefully and think about how many of these have been implemented since this book.

One last point - his title is a play on an earlier book by John A Stormer, None Dare Call It Treason, long since out of date (1964). This book by Allen came out in '71. Then Stormer wrote a newer (way back in '84!) book for Christians who believe in limited govt: Growing Up God's Way. Then (in '89) he updated None Dare Call It Treason. Later yet ('98) he wrote None Dare Call It Education. So it looks like we missed the next decade update, and this decade's update is due. As far as I know, neither has happened. ( )
1 vote JS888 | Jan 26, 2017 |
A real classic. If you're going to read just one conspiracy book, this is the one to read. It has it all! Keep it in your bathroom where the Rockefellers can't find it!
1 vote szarka | Apr 11, 2013 |


In October 2008 private Wall Street banks started receiving taxpayer bailouts which now total over $23 trillion (and counting). This is not by accident. The word "conspiracy" has gotten a lot of bad press; it is an idea which has been targeted for ridicule. It is a word we have been conditioned to recoil from. We have been trained to reject anything called a "conspiracy" instinctively, without considering the merits of the information being presented. In most aspects of our lives, we recognize it is in our best interest to ask questions, be skeptical, and base our decisions and actions on as much information as possible. "Caveat emptor" (buyer beware), "look before you leap", etc... are well-known principles. Yet if somebody suggests that many of the problems presently facing our nation are due to the influence of a highly secretive banking cartel, we have been trained to dismiss this idea with no further investigation. Sadly, it is the case. It is a matter of public record that the Federal Reserve Bank system is not a government institution (no more "federal" than Federal Express), rather privately owned by a handful of very wealthy families.
Have you ever heard of an organization called the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)? If you look into it, you will discover that ever since the 1960's, every Presidential administration- Democrat or Republican- has had a large percentage of CFR members on their staff. What does this signify? Considering the power they wield, why isn't more attention paid by our "watchdog" media?
Did you ever wonder why Democrats and Republicans bicker endlessly, but once they are elected to office, they basically follow the same policies? Have you noticed that incredibly unpopular legislation (e.g. the decision to abdicate Congressional responsibility and allow the decision to go to war in Iraq and Afghanistan to go to the President, the USA PATRIOT ACT, TARP bailout funds) are always passed with overwhelming bipartisan support? When a politician comes along who differs with the narrow Right-Left monolith, (s)he is ridiculed or ignored. (e.g. Ron Paul, Tammy Duckworth, Dennis Kucinich).
Did you know that the Russian Revolution was primarily funded by Western bankers? On the face of it, that is absurd, since Communists claim they would take the assets of the wealthy, and redistribute them to the poor! What could possibly explain such behavior?
Were you aware that while millions of people lost their fortunes in the stock market crash of 1929, a small clique of the very wealthiest families in this country (Rockefellers, Morgans, Melons, Loebs, and Harrimans) were safely out of the markets when the crash hit? What did they know that the rest did not?
I could go on all day. There are literally thousands of instances I could point out which show clearly that the worlds of politics and finance do not operate as they claim to. Their driving principles have been obscured from the public. This book explores the history, philosophy, and function of the shadowy, secretive, insular, and unaccountable institutions which really run the world: the Federal Reserve System, the Bank of England, the CFR, and their international counterparts in the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the United Nations, the World Trade Organization, and countless others. The ultimate goal of all these groups is to centralize wealth and power into the hands of a very small number of American and British banking elites. The book elucidates how worldwide socialist movements over the past 100 years were intentionally created or supported by this Western banking cartel, for the purpose of establishing a world political-financial system. The European Union, NAFTA, CAFTA, the African Union, and the widely discussed (sometimes denied) North American Union are all manifestations of this concerted effort. Gary Allen's insightful narrative describes many (not all) of the milestones this effort has passed over the past century, including the the secretive drafting of the 1913 Federal Reserve Act, passage of the graduated federal income tax, establishment of tax-free "charitable" foundations (by the Rockefeller, Carnegie, and Ford families), and the 1907 stock market crash- which was planned and executed by (Rothschild collaborator) J.P. Morgan.
In this age of the Trans-Texas Corridor, discussions about replacing the US dollar with a multinational "Amero", and $750 billion taxpayer bailouts of private Wall Street banks, it is very late in the game.


President George H.W. Bush spoke of an imminent "new world order" in a speech in 1991. That phrase has been discussed for decades in private think tanks. However it has been packaged to us (usually as a United Nations-led "partnership for peace" or a "brotherhood of nations"), this new order has at its heart a monopoly on the creation of currency in the hands of a small banking cabal. As has been shown in nation after nation, if this is allowed to happen, monopolies in manufacturing, communication, transportation, and all other significant economic activities will follow, and that is itself just a transitional stage on the way to estabilshment of a world totalitarian dictatorship.
The book is a short 138 pages, but if you read it, you will never see the nightly news in the same light again. ( )
1 vote BirdBrian | Apr 3, 2013 |
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It has been my experience for the past half-decade or so that when I want to read good horror, I don't go to the horror section of the bookstore. I go to the non-fiction section. There is a short but powerful list of nonfiction books that are guaranteed to put a good scare into you, and I seem to have stumbled across the majority of them. Stanton Peele's The Diseasing of America. Robert Weinberg's One Renegade Cell. Glenn Gaesser's Big Fat Lies. Add to the list Allen and Abraham's None Dare Call It Conspiracy. Allen and Abraham here attempt to make the case that the events of recent world history, from the Bolshevik Revolution forward, have been brought into being and controlled by a relatively small group of insiders, mostly international banking magnates and (later on) the Council on Foreign Relations. While it's certainly conspiracy theory, Allen and Abraham have done a fine job of backing up their assertions with a huge amount of primary and secondary source material (just looking up the titles in the bibliography took me the better part of two hours). Whether you're a fan of conspiracy theory or not, the facts presented, and the conclusions drawn, in this book, are thought-provoking and outrageous.

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