Architects of Fear George Johnson

ISBN: 9780874772753

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Architects of Fear  by  George Johnson

Architects of Fear by George Johnson
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Are THEY causing worldwide recession?Are THEY manipulating oil prices and financing terrorists?Are THEY corrupting our children with drugs and destroying our schools?Is there a mysterious THEY-a powerful conspiracy of Satanically directed men withMoreAre THEY causing worldwide recession?Are THEY manipulating oil prices and financing terrorists?Are THEY corrupting our children with drugs and destroying our schools?Is there a mysterious THEY-a powerful conspiracy of Satanically directed men with secret knowledge who manipulate national economies, covertly dominate foreign policy, foment war and revolution, and seek to destroy Christianity democracy, and the American way of life?Many of our nation’s current leaders in politics, business, and religion believe there is, and they know who THEY are.

One of the widely held theories sees the conspirators as Communists, Jews, and the Trilateral Commission. Another states the members are the IRS in league with the KGB, tied together by a Vatican-programmed computer.These and other equally elaborate, apparently outlandish, and totally fascinating theories are the subject of George Johnson’s Architects of Fear. Tracing the roots of the conspiracy theory of politics and economics from the persecution of Gnostic heretics, Rosicrucians, and the Bavarian Illuminati through the “threat” to society from Freemasons and today’s secular humanists, Johnson provides a psychological and sociological context for understanding extremist thinking of all kinds.With painstaking research and extensive interviews, he illuminates the growing world view that regards those who disagree with its precepts not simply as misinformed but inherently fearful and evil.

Examining the characters and concepts of fundamentalist preachers, survivalists, doomsday-forecasting presidential cabinet members, and other powerful political figures, Johnson takes a demystifying look at the conspiracy mentality that today-as in the past-plays an influential role in American politics.

In Architects of Fear, the crazy-quilt intellectual architecture behind the bedlam of extremist thinking stands revealed.



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