December 2001 • Volume 12, NO. 10
As the global political landscape continues to quake in the midst of its current great transition, religion is emerging as a powerful force to be reckoned with.
The war in Afghanistan is sure to be long and hard-fought. However, the “peace process” to follow will undoubtedly prove even more difficult. On present indications, the country most likely to serve as peace broker is Germany.
Foiled at global conquest in two world wars, Germany is now fulfilling its master plan through economic means—and American and British businesses are its first target!
How leading companies helped the Nazi cause
Building the engine of a future Asian superpower
How four centuries of national pacifism has resulted in captivity.
The occult is more popular than ever—and just as dangerous.