Battles for power, crimes, massacres

Publishing House :Ştefan, Bucureşti, 2007

Author : Victor Duţă.

The battle for power has always caused conflicts, confrontations and wars.

During the war for power, the most frequently used weapons, but also the most effective ones were betrayal, fraud and murder, but also conspiracy, attacks and especially terrorism.

In fact, the author states in the "Foreword" that this book "aims to pick up the veil on a series of historical events, older or more recent, presented to the readers to remind them that many public persons who became myths in time, were actually nothing else but leaders who won their place using conspiracy, crimes and terrorism".

The book is structured not on chapters but in parts as follows:

I.- The fascination of power;

II.- Famous conspiracies;

III.- Incredible crimes and


IV.- For a world government;

V.- Killing the idols;

VI.- Famous massacres;

VII.- Political crimes, the dusk of gods;

VIII.- Conspiracies that have changed the world;

IX.- World politics;

X.- Conspiracy Ltd.

These ten parts of the book perform a very critical analysis of what the law of the jungle meant and still means for society.

In the last part of the book, the author presents his opinion about the government of all nations, quoting Voltaire: "There is no perfect government, because people have passions. And if they had no passions, they would need no governors". About the "secret world" government, for hundreds of years, lurking in the shadows, they "cause catastrophic crises, revolutions and wars, impose dictates and aim to master the course of events, and when everything has been done according to the initial plan, they try to impose the strongest leader to the world".

Refering to the government in our country, the author believes that: "with the friends and allies that Romania has nowadays, at the beginning of the third millennium, we really need no more enemies. For seventeen years, the West has been helping us to become more poor, more in debt, to lose our national sovereignity and independence, and to become "tennants" in our own country".

And may I add another comment: "our own governors have helped all this time".

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