America's number-one conspiracy theorist and New York Times best-selling author Jim Marrs explores how the G.O.D. syndicate - a global monopoly of Guns, Oil, and Drugs - is consciously destroying American values and offers prescriptive solutions to fix our nation.
According to the Declaration of Independence, "all men are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness". But America today has failed to live up to the Founding Fathers' ideals.
Today, there are three million homeless people in the US and almost 20 million vacant homes. The most technologically advanced nation in the world has a life expectancy lower than that of Chile and Bahrain. And citizens of the wealthiest country on the planet continue to ingest toxic chemicals through their food, their vaccines, and even their water. America, Jim Marrs argues, has been seized by a culture of death. And who promulgates this culture? The globalist masters of the G.O.D. Syndicate - Guns, Oil, and Drugs. Pushed to the brink by this lethal triumvirate, Americans increasingly find themselves headed toward an inexorable decline ending in servitude and premature death.
In Population Control, Marrs takes aim at our deteriorating nation and offers practical steps we can take to save it. As he exposes how daily living - from the food we eat to the water we drink to the drugs we ingest - pushes us closer to an early grave, he shows us how a return to true prosperity is possible and explains what we need to do to fight back and save our lives and our nation's soul.
©2015 Jim Marrs (P)2015 HarperCollins Publishers
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"I learnedly lot from this book."
I completely enjoyed this book. The author is well researched. The facts are frightening but true. Our republic has been usurped by greedy corporations, greedy politicians and lazy people.
"turn off the news and read."
As always Jim Marrs reveals the truth. we need more awareness warriers like this. thank you Jim.
"Good Narration and a Book Full of Valued Info"
I haven't read the print version to be able to compare.
There were stunning facts and several interesting chapters. My favorite chapter was the one regarding vaccination. Jim Marrs provided facts to support his conclusion/judgement, and the conclusions bring to bear the items that I think about that never seem to be addressed by anyone claiming the vaccines are "safe and effective."
The information is extremely interesting and insightful. It's chapter after chapter of well planned and executed information that leaves you stunned, but at the same time provokes you to think more deeply about the environment around you.
I didn't find anything wrong about the performance
This should be a MUST READ for people who are concerned about the world around them.
Jim Marr knows what he's talking about & as scary as everything is, he provides some solutions at the end. I wonder if it's too late?!?
Now my question is where do we go from here and how do we get the point across so people will stand together.
"Pay close attention."
It's time for everyone to take control of their own life's and correct these problems.
Jim Marrs does it again. I love all the sources he sites. Narration is also outstanding.
"WAKE UP SHEEPLE!!!"
Bravo once again Jim Marrs delivers a fact-filled testament of the corruption and deceit of the world leaders. the man is a prophet of patriotism a fact-finding machine if you really want to know what's going on in the world you should read Jim Marrs and David Wilcock. listen to this book it will devastate you maybe even anger you towards getting involved and doing something about the annihilation of our species by corporate controllers.
He blames Israel for everything and does not hold person responsibility to the individuals committing the crimes.
Somehow I managed to make it through the entire audiobook, but it took a lot of sticktuitiveness and I honestly spaced out for most of it while it was running in the background.
Occasionally, something would capture my attention, such as the chapter on sugar, which was the only chapter I actually kind of got into. There were a few other snippets that I found interest such as the counterproductive effects of certain public assistance programs, the need to overhaul our education system, and the possibility - or probability as Marrs would have it - that there will be a catastrophic economic collapse in the near future.
Other than the occasional interesting insight, I felt that the overall narrative was disjointed and scattered. I also didn't care for the fact that Marrs continually sited Mike Adams, "The Health Ranger," whose credibility with regards to various matters is questionable at best.
The narration wasn't quite monotone but it grated on my ears. It sound like the voiceover for a tacky car dealership commercial.
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