Conspiracion Octopus has 81 ratings and 9 reviews. Donna said: Life got in the way, and I was unable to finish this book until yesterday. Well, the 2 is. Daniel Estulin is a Lithuanian-born conspiracy theorist whose main interest is the Bilderberg The Octopus Deception: A Novel. Walterville, OR, USA: Trine Day. Since the end of the Second World War, an elite organization called The Octopus has controlled the funds hidden away in six bank accounts. As the crux of the.
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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. Preview — Conspiracion Octopus by Daniel Estulin. Conspiracion Octopus by Daniel Estulin. With the global economy to collapse, there is only one thing that can save people from destruction of the states and prevent the creation of a single government.
Unfortunately, the person who knows where to find it is a brilliant journalist who has just been assassinated.
When Simone Casolaro learns that his beloved brother Danny octtopus murdered, he goes to the only person he With the global economy to collapse, there is only one thing that can save people from destruction of the states and prevent the creation of a single government. When Simone Eatulin learns that his beloved brother Danny was murdered, he goes to the only person he knows he can trust: Together they must unravel the secrets that Estuli was investigating and find out who killed him.
Octopus appears then, a group of the most powerful bankers and agents and former intelligence agents in the world. The Octopus wants, above all, find codes that have been stolen by unknown forces, account codes with large amounts of money they have acquired as a result of illegal activities for over half a century and tucked in global banks.
While Simone, Michael and Curtis a friend of Michael who works in special operations of the CIAlook for clues that Danny skillfully kept, the president’s cabinet meets to prepare for the worst, and Octopus must discover how ictopus codes were stolen first and if the traitors are hidden inside the group Paperbackpages.
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Odtopus got in the way, and I was unable to finish this book until yesterday.
Well, the 2 is very generous, imo. Even though I am a staunch conspiracy believer, this book stretched credulity to it’s far limits. I think most of the problem is that the truth is so much bigger, more evil and conspicuous than any of want to believe.
We prefer to believe that our present dire situation is the result of mere happenstance, and that it is possible to reverse it. And so, the story had to be simplified, and Life got in the way, and I was unable to finish this book until yesterday. Some of the disbeliefs you will have to suspend: In the book the president is supposedly a “good guy”. I’m kind of sick of this book being used as a referrence to many a crypto message in novels these days.
Been there, done that. Wasn’t very interesting the first time. Everyone else was killed what was so special about him? Honestly, Neal Stephenson, whose huge weakness is endings to his novels, did a better job of explaining how it might be kept secret than that Cryptonomicon.
But I choose not to. You get the idea.
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Even with all of this, it might still be a readable introduction for uninformed rstulin. Then the evil ones can step forward and say, “we have the answer, a new system”. Only the new system will only empower themselves. The rest of humanity better pray that those in power have some use for them, or else they will wish they were dead, if not already extringuished.
But then, most of those souls will probably just put any ideas contained in the book into the dustbin of fictional stories, otopus to consider what is happening right under their noses. So far so good. Have to remember this is a translation. I fully intend to label anyone who ocotpus to this on the basis of it being a conspiracy book as totally ignorant of what is going on around them.
Products of the”dumb down”education system that teaches them to parrot what they are told instead of any critical evaluation or research. This book may not be an accurate picture of the conspiracy, but that there IS a conspiracy, I have no doubt. Si hay algo que no quiero hacer en vacaciones es sufrir.
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Daniel Estulin is an author, public speaker and investigative journalist who specializes in researching and reporting the Bilderberg Group, an annual invitation-only conference of the elites in the fields of business, finance, media and politics.
In an interview, Estulin describes his background, which led him to his profession: My father was a dissident who fought for freedom of speech who was jailed, tortured by the KGB. Suffered two political deaths.
When these people got tired of us they threw us out. We moved to Canada and 12 years ago I came to Spain. My grandfather was a colonel in the KGB and the counter-intelligence in the s, so I am privileged somewhat to get a lot of the information from secret service which are our best sources of information.
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