Tonight I finally watched a movie bought years ago. JFK , 1991, a video. I put off watching because I figured it was the life story of JFK, my first and favorite president. It wasn’t. It was the death of JFK, my first and favorite president.
Kevin Costner played the part of Jim Garrison, New Orleans District Attorney, who saw more in the assassination than just the Warren Commission’s findings. A thriller. One could say I held my breath for over three hours…yes, definitely a thriller.
The main basis of the movie–in my mind–showed how a government or other power-broker can do something and get away with it. It seems our government got away with the JFK assassination, so how much more could they get away with? We almost found out during the presidential election of 2016, but that story is for another post.
This post touches on the same subject except it’s totally fiction, a story that has turned into a 6-book series of what can happen with the wrong leadership. The moment I knew for sure who won the election of 2012 I leaped into the research of conspiracy theories, and what the globalists/elitists/leftists/liberals have planned for the rest of us.
A group of very powerful people, the Illuminati (among other names) want a one-world government. To begin, the United Nations would be in charge and use their plan of Agenda 21, or, Agenda 2030 (Agenda 21 on steroids.) The UN today is basically run by the 56-member cabal of Islamic nations, which means that new “one-world” would NOT be a very pretty place.
Officially, these two agendas mean the environment is saved and everybody lives happily ever after. Unofficially, 85% of the world’s population is eliminated, leaving just enough human slaves to care for the elite in their gated communities.
Book 1 begins with a North Dakota family visiting the main character’s sister’s storybook farm. (We don’t meet the sister until Book 2.) Carter Banks, 47, works in a factory. His daughter, Chantal, 24, works in a different factory. They both live in the nearest big city and both would rather live on the farm. So would granddaughter, Dodie, six. (Pronounced doe, like the female deer: doe-dee.)
An old man high on the Illuminati pyramid lives on an isolated Mediterranean island; he wants a young woman to fulfill his needs and hires professionals to find what he wants.
When Carter, Chantal and Dodie return to the city the two girls are abducted almost before Carter’s eyes. The only evidence he has is the sound of screeching tires. The police can’t help so he hires childhood friend, Harley Maxwell, military/police experience, who provides not only expertise, but a new pickup truck, and a phone tracking device for what becomes a long chase, all the way to a Satanist camp in the New Mexico desert.
(Along the way they see a large stash of casket liners, a first appearance of the black-uniformed police, and a FEMA extermination camp…just a glimpse of what’s coming.)
Chantal eventually is rescued along with Jocelyn, seven, who will become a major character. Dodie is not found, and won’t appear again until Book 3, after ten years have passed. Non-political Carter is devastated to lose his granddaughter, and will soon begin learning a lot about politics.
A subplot for Book 1 introduces Whit Malcolm, a young man already on psyche drugs and on the edge both emotionally and mentally, a perfect candidate for the Illuminati to brainwash into performing the next mass shooting, which will–finally–bring about the long-threatened gun confiscation.
“Jill: ‘I don’t pay attention to politics.’
Ben: ‘You should. It’s barely less important than your own heart beat.’
Jill: ‘I don’t pay attention to that, either.”
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