To Orwell Today,
re: WELLS' OPEN CONSPIRACY
Thanks for bringing The Open Conspiracy to my attention (actually I first learned about it from John Taylor Gatto a few minutes ago in his website book, The Underground History of American Education, and then I googled to your page).
It reminds me of Carroll Quigley's Tragedy and Hope (or rather Skousen's full length book review of it, The Naked Capitalist). Quigley, who Bill Clinton mentioned in his inaugural address, was also in favor of a power elite controlling everything.
I'm looking forward to reading The Open Conspiracy. It sounds like it might be a key document that a lot of people should know about. Maybe it can be made into a movie!
Thank you for letting me know you discovered THE OPEN CONSPIRACY by H. G. Wells on my website. I was pretty amazed when I first came across it and considered it something valuable to share with people.
I haven't read TRAGEDY AND HOPE by Clinton's hero but it never ceases to amaze me how the presidents these days don't even hide their adherence to dogma diametrically opposed to the democracy they swear an oath to defend.
All the best,
35.The Brotherhood and 2.Big Brother
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