This is a New Series on the Green Pulpit called Required Reading where we bring you books, videos and articles that discuss the formation of the Anglo-American Business Consortium, the formation of the American Narcostate under Republican Primacy and its effect on the international drug trade. This series is meant to inform the American citizen as a follow up to our previous series, the Secret History of the Drug War which can be found here:
America’s 60 Families – Ferdinand Lundberg
Details the history of the cabal of Anglo-American billionaires known as the Consortium from 1865 to 1937, from its origin following the Civil War and Lincoln’s assassination to their political war with FDR during the Great Depression. Describes the elite Anglo-American families in detail, describes the assets that they control and their class war against American labor.
As He Saw It – Elliot Roosevelt
Details the struggles between FDR and Winston Churchill, a prominent member of the Consortium; describes how FDR fought the Anglo-American Consortium to free Africa and the Asian colonies from European domination and FDR’s plan to undo European global control over international trade.
The Emperor Wears No Clothes – Jack Herer
Details the history of marijuana and hemp production in the 1930s; discusses how international control of the cannabis and hemp markets were essential to the success of many European empires.
Blacklisted News: Secret Histories From Chicago to 1984 – Numerous Authors
Blacklisted book, details US government corruption and Republican control of the international narcotics trade from Richard Nixon’s election in 1968 to Ronald Reagan’s re-election in 1984 including stories from the 20’s and 30’s. Stories about the recent history of the Consortium. Details the US Narcostate and shares experiences from Hippies, gangsters and Zippies that witnessed the government’s participation in the domestic narcotics trade.
5. Memoirs of Dennis Peron – Dennis Peron and John Entwhistle
Memoir of Dennis Peron’s fight for Medical Marijuana with the San Francisco Police and California Political Machine in the 1970s, the AIDS Crisis in the 1980s and the fight for Proposition 215, the first Marijuana Law in the United States in the mid-1990s.
6. Freeway Ricky Ross: The Untold Autobiography – Freeway Ricky Ross
Freeway Ricky Ross discusses how he introduced Crack Cocaine into the United States with the help of the Reagan CIA and members of the Consortium within the US military. Author took the fall for the military officials involved in the Iran-Contra Affair.
7. Dark Alliance: The CIA, the Contras, and the Crack Cocaine Explosion – Gary Webb
The book that got its author, Gary Webb, assassinated. Investigates connections between the US intelligence agencies, the drug cartels, foreign mercenaries, multi-national corporations and domestic drug dealing within the United States. Investigates how the Consortium was nearly exposed during the Iran-Contra Affair.
Behind The Iran-Contra Affair (1988) – 1 hour
*Via Youtube in 8 parts
More to Come as Part of Our Holiday Hidden History Special!
– The Green Chazzan