Book Review: Mark M. Rich on the Nuts & Bolts of Tyranny

“If we can face it, God can fix it.”
~ Washington D.C. Pastor

By Catherine Austin Fitts

Mark M. Rich is a young man who was targeted by an organized stalking – something which has become much more commonplace since the adoption of digital surveillance systems combined with artificial intelligence and the development and distribution of invisible weaponry – both lethal and non-lethal.

In response, Mr. Rich decided to dig into the nuts and bolts of how political control works and the extraordinary extent to which it can now be applied at the individual level globally (at least in the NATO territory). In the course of his research, he has authored three books:

One of the greatest challenges I face in successfully communicating how the “slow burn” is engineered is to help people understand the power and importance of invisible surveillance and manipulation technology at all levels – including the individual level.

For those who want to explore the nuts-and-bolts tactics of political control of our society and economy, Rich’s books will help. He has done a good job of collecting and listing sources ranging from soft revolutions to invisible lethal and non-lethal weapons.

This is tough stuff. If you or someone you love has not yet experienced some of these tactics, it may be difficult to fathom that things have gotten this bad.

Invisible surveillance and weaponry have progressed to this point because they are invisible. Perhaps if we make them visible, things will change.

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