By Enrique Nieto Boixadós
By Dominique Labarrière
Dominique Labarrière raconte certaines de ces entreprises les plus stupéfiantes, qui secouèrent parfois violemment l’opinion publique. Il en décrit les mécanismes et met au jour leurs implications humaines ainsi que leurs enjeux avec des conséquences qui, le plus souvent, dépassèrent ce qu’avaient prévu les apprentis sorciers qui les ont ourdies. Parmi celles-ci : l’affaire du collier de l. a. reine, celle de Panama, les pretend carnets d’Hitler, los angeles fausse mine d’or de Bre-X Busang, los angeles guerre politique sans pitié de Clearstream, l’intoxication de masse effectuée autour des emprunts russes, l. a. farce coûteuse des avions renifleurs, le trafic de décorations sous los angeles IIIe République, les « chefs-d’oeuvre » du génial faussaire Wolfgang Beltracchi et, pour finir, l’escroquerie flamboyante de Bernard Madoff, le gourou de Wall Street.
Lire ces 12 histoires, c’est retrouver tous les ressorts de véritables scénarios de motion pictures ou de romans !
By Max Wells
How did they turn into exempt? Why, can't you and that i be so exempt? this is the fast resolution to the 1st query; we allowed it. the reply to the second one, is the cause of this ebook. contained in the covers are your capability to appreciate who and the way these within the shadows , keep an eye on your lifestyles, your wealth, your well-being, and your liberty. extra vital, the reply to how we will opposite the jobs, position these corrupt fools underneath ‘We the people’, regain our wealth, every one people can stay as Kings in Our country, now not slaves they intend us to be. I name them fools no longer simply because they aren't clever, yet simply because they think they're as Gods. that's silly.
I reside between these exempt ones, and feature considering that that day in September while I left my domestic in Wake wooded area, North Carolina to go into Yale legislation college. How, is it i'm off to Yale legislations, having merely years of faculty at Duke? by no means, did I wish to examine legislations, and not utilized to Yale. Others are controlling me for what cause i didn't comprehend, at 20 years of age realizing isn't the traditional trait.
Why, i used to be being conditioned turned my undertaking, and notice I did. My goal, was once to serve them, yet in a bigger enviornment, i used to be being ready and saw to figure out if i will be able to take the ‘Big task’ within the subsequent twenty 5 to thirty years, i used to be to be their President of the us. those shadow exempt ones come to a decision who and while someone is ‘selected’, for all positions, elected is a deception we are living below. Their get together method is one other deception, either events have a similar bosses, they permit you and that i to choose both their correct hand or their left. both approach you choose their servants, now not yours. those are very smart males, they choose their minions to rule over us, and we pay for it, convinced we willingly donate to people who will enslave us.
Who owns the us? Owned it really is, no longer through , ‘we the folk’ as we're result in imagine. not anything is because it turns out, it's all an phantasm, just like the Wizard of oz., we blindly persist with. I served Presidents, operating heavily in aid of 1, supporting him to develop into President over the robust objection of my benefactors, the bosses, and against the opposite. at the present time, I and my teammates are operating in the back of our curtains, to empower you the folks to revive your Republic which was once stolen from you, and to come back the wealth stolen from you, your mom and dad, and grandparents considering that 1913. Trillions of your wealth was once stolen, it is going to be repaid with curiosity to each citizen of this state. So aid Us God, whom we serve.
By Jerred Metz
Meanwhile in London, vital contributors of esoteric societies (William Butler Yeats and Sir Conan Doyle) obtain messages in regards to the visual appeal of those angels. Invocations, visions, computerized writing and visitations by way of spirits convey the scoop of the astounding rescues of the 1st days of WWI.
"The Angel of Mons is a meditative and transcendent trip right into a struggle we will by no means examine an excessive amount of approximately, or from."
Kevin Coyne, writer of Marching domestic
This is the start line for Metz’s wide-ranging, unique ebook: St. George, the Angel of Mons, looks out of an unfurling cloud over the Mons-Condé canal, saving Lt. Dease’s Vickers machine-gun staff. The saint assaults the Germans and saves the BEF from annihilation. a number of days, later Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s and W.B. Yeats’ reports make certain this to be so. old characters rub shoulders with women and men of the author's creation.
Steeped within the Edwardian Age’s ideals concerning the psychic phenomena and spiritualism, the radical indicates that good fortune within the conflict is greater than an issue of well-sited computer weapons and resolute crews; within the Angel of Mons St. George determines the destiny of the “Golden Arrows of God,” and the British Expeditionary strength.
Antony chook writer of gents, we'll Stand and struggle: Le Cateau 1914.
Long after the battle is over, and the evidence of it were recorded in histories, probably the most well known occasions may be the visual appeal of St. George and angel-warriors battling in safeguard of the British through the retreat from Mons. The papers are jam-packed with it and testimony pours in from both sides.
Harold Begbie “On the part of the Angels” 1915.
That used to be the conflict of Mons. because the beginning British engagement of what was once to develop into the good warfare, it grew to become endowed on reflection with each caliber of greatness and used to be given a spot within the British pantheon equivalent to the battles of Hastings and Agincourt. Legends like that of the Angels of Mons settled upon it.
Barbara Tuchman, The weapons of August
By Max Meyer
Szenen, die sich in verschiedenen Jahrhunderten abgespielt haben.
Er beginnt, Zusammenhänge zwischen all diesen Episoden zu vermuten
und erfährt von Vorgängen in der Vergangenheit, die an seinem
Geschichtsbild rütteln. Gleichzeitig erhält er einen Überblick über die Entwicklung der Erde vom Urknall bis heute und er wird mit dem Fortschritt der Physik vertraut gemacht, wobei er sogar auf einfache Weise die Relativitätstheorie und die Quantentheorie zu begreifen lernt. Er erfährt, wie Zeitsprünge in die Zukunft oder in die Vergangenheit physikalisch funktionieren könnten.
In Verbindung mit einer Skizze über das Wesen der Religionen und einer Darstellung des Begriffes „Gott“ wird die Kontroverse zwischen der darwinischen Evolutionstheorie und der biblischen Schöpfungsgeschichte erläutert und die provokative Frage gestellt: "Könnten wir Menschen es selbst gewesen sein, die aus der Zukunft den Fortschritt gesteuert haben?“ - Ist die Erzählung nur ein Jux, eine nicht ernst zu nehmende Utopie? Oder hat es sich wirklich so abgespielt?
By Kay Kenyon
Summer, 1936. In England, an murderer is free. a person is killing youngsters who own abilities. As terror overtakes Britain, Kim Tavistock, now formally hired by means of England’s mystery Intelligence carrier, is distributed on her first project: to the distant Sulcliffe fortress in Wales, to take advantage of her conceal as a journalist to infiltrate a spiritualist cult that could have ties to the murders. in the meantime, Kim’s father, knowledgeable undercover agent Julian Tavistock runs his personal parallel investigation—and discovers the terrifying Nazi plot in the back of the serial killings.
Cut off from civilization, Sulcliffe fort is perched on a forbidding headland above a circle of status stones in basic terms noticeable at low tide. There, Kim shadows a ruthless baroness and her enigmatic son, plying her talents of deception and listening to the truths humans so much desire to disguise. yet as her disguise conceal unravels, Kim learns that the serial killer is final in on someone she has grown to like. Now, Kim needs to race opposed to the clock not only to avoid the ultimate ritual killing—but to show the tide of the looming war.
By Roger Branfill-Cook
Close Anglo-French naval and army cooperation was once thrown away whilst Adolf Hitler stole a march at the western democracies, and commenced the second one global battle ahead of his rivals have been ready.
Churchill panicked that the strong sleek French Fleet may perhaps subscribe to the Axis, and gave the order to neutralize French warships.
At Mers el-Kébir Admiral Somerville, blindly obeyed orders, fired at the French squadron tied up in port, knocked out 3 capital ships and killed 1,300 French sailors. Somerville discovered he had dedicated the best mistakes of his whole life.
This trade heritage examines what may have occurred if Somerville had a unique path. in any case, because the admiral immediate, he used to be subsequent in simple terms to God in his freedom of action.
Suddenly, occasions started to spread in a truly diversified demeanour. The narrative takes on a lifetime of its personal, each one reason and impact following on obviously. The French established in North Africa wreak vengeance at the perfidious Italian Fascists who had stabbed them within the again, and the stability of energy within the Mediterranean is dramatically altered.
There is not any element in Hitler delaying his plans to assault Russia, to visit assistance from his pal Mussolini, locked up in Monte Grosso. So Operation Barbarossa starts off a lot past, and Stalin’s Soviet Union is successfully knocked out of the war.
After waging undeclared struggle at the Germans within the western Atlantic, FDR embroils america within the ecu clash throughout the presence of yank “observers”, in a lot a similar manner because the americans could do in Vietnam.
In the a ways East, Japan’s growth plans are absolutely disenchanted through the coming of a robust French fleet. the following too every little thing seems a bit otherwise, with astonishing results.
Well-led and correctly armed, the French soldier, airman and sailor may well, and did, deal successfully with their Axis rivals, as in Norway, at Bir Hacheim and below Leclerc. in fact, so much by no means bought the chance.
Moment of future introduces eye-witness bills of exchange occasions, including picture montages (with a “health caution” for destiny historians), contains an research of truth as opposed to fiction, offers parallel time charts, and ends with an extra scary possibility.
Based on suggestions from the 1st version, this enlarged moment version refines definite facets of the tale, and provides major eye-witness money owed of the aerial combats over the Atlantic, and within the skies of jap France, the place the dive bomber thought is ultimately vindicated.
By Kirsten Brox
Schon auf der Überfahrt mit der nice jap wirft allerdings ein Sturm seine Pläne über den Haufen. Zudem hat Morton einen Konkurrenten im schwarzen Psychologie-Professor Jack Lambert, der in Afrika neben der Quelle des Nils das Erbe seiner Väter sucht.
Morton sieht sich lebensbedrohlichen Abenteuern ausgesetzt und stößt auf ein verborgenes Mysterium. Welchen dunklen Plan verfolgt die englische Regierung wirklich, und was once hat er mit dem geheimnisvollen Tempel mitten im Dschungel zu tun?
By Kenneth Tam
By Edwin M. Yoder Jr.