Conspiracy Classic Contains Many Pearls (Encore)
February 17, 2009by Henry Makow Ph.D.
Robin de Ruiter, 58, is perhaps the most prominent European conspiracy writer after David Icke but his ten books have been available only in Spanish, Italian, French, Czech, Serb, German and Dutch.
Recently an expanded and updated English translation of his classic "Worldwide Evil and Misery: The Legacy of the 13 Satanic Bloodlines" has appeared. If anyone still doubts that a satanic cabal, the Illuminati, is responsible for all wars and depressions and is intent on enslaving mankind, I heartily recommend this book.
A Dutchman raised in Spain, and now living in Equador, de Ruiter has been studying the Illuminati since the 1980's. He writes with the assurance of a man who has deciphered the plan. For example, he doesn't hesitate to place the Rothschilds and "their bank," the Bank of International Settlement in Basle, at the top of the pyramid. (Puppet Obama will put another trillion in their pocket before the month is out.)
De Ruiter uses familiar sources but because he is a polyglot, he has access to some important new ones. For eg. De Ruiter recounts the story of a Spanish geneticist who showed that there was no difference in the genetic origin of Jews and Palestinians. He was met with a storm of opposition from Zionists and quickly dropped this field of study. The anecdote shows that, even if the Jews weren't a race, the important thing is that they think they are. (p.155)
In 350 pages and 47 Chapters, de Ruiter surveys the New World Order, some parts in groundbreaking detail. He exposes the facts behind the death of Slobodan Milosevic, the 9-11 attacks (the topic of a separate book by de Ruiter), the Freemasons, the education system, descendants of Judah, the Satanic bloodlines, their Satanic rituals, the Mormon Empire, the Jehovah Witnesses, the music industry and the "Great White Brotherhood."
In the following, I'll present a sample of some of the provocative information available in this volume: