Tragedy and Hope book notes podcast series, Trans Resister Radio

Carroll Quigley's massive historical tome, Tragedy and Hope, has been much quoted in the conspiracy/alternative research community. There is good reason for this as the occult world of international banking is presented in some detail in this book. In this podcast series, Aaron reads from his notes on Tragedy and Hope.

 

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