The Naked Capitalist is a book published in 1970 by W. Cleon Skousen, who was an FBI agent for 14 years. "I think the Communist Conspiracy is merely a branch of a much larger conspiracy." That is the opening quote introducing us to the work of Dr. Carroll Quigley, and a review of his book Tragedy and Hope. As a spell-binding lecturer, Quigley made a strong impression on many of his students, including future U.S. President Bill Clinton, who named Quigley as an important influence during his acceptance speech to the 1992 Democratic National Convention
Both The Naked Capitalist and Tragedy and Hope are excellent titles to read to get a grasp on the true people of power in our world, and the control exerted by the world's central banks. Also explored are the concept of the Federal Reserve Bank being neither Federal or a Reserve. Since the banks loan money to the Federal government, our governments stay forever in debt to the banks. Debt is design into the system, it would seem.