John de Nugent’s audio and online versions … – Internet Archive

These new audiobook and online versionsof Captain Archibald Maule Ramsay’s 1952The Nameless Wartellswho was really behind key revolutions in Western historysince 1600, and how these evil revolutions succeeded in overthrowing powerful governments and destroying or harming societies.

The 227-page pdf to accompany this audiobook replete with 327 photographs and numerous explanations added by former US Marine and magna cum laude Georgetown graduate John de Nugent,

So anyone interested ingetting rid ofthe Zionist tyranny over the western worldcan learn from this book, which has been very popular since it first appeared in London in 1952.

In a nutshell, Ramsay says Jewish revolution takes

1)money to pay for agents;

2) a strategy toparalyze the governmentso it does not act vigorously at the decisive moment to defend itself; and 3) meanwhilethe people must be divided up,andtoo busy fighting each other to notice the government is being overthrown.

See my article with many photos illustrating this introduction:

Great job bringing this old book — The Nameless War by Archibald Ramsey, lost to history — back to life for present and future generations.

This is one of the most important books I have ever read in my life. I have read about many things in my life. It’s a short but powerful book. It has truth about the history of Europe, and the many revolutions in the history of Europe. Captain Ramsay tells who was behind many of these war and revolutions. I’d like to thank the reader of the book for doing a wonderful job with this audio book. I love the many comments and how the reader John de Nugent explains some thing I did not know nor understand in this book.

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