Nearly 20 years ago, British television aired Alternative 3, a bewildering exposé on the world’s elite constructing a secret space- travel and colonization program to escape our doomed Earth. Although it was revealed as an April Fool’s joke (in a program which aired months too late), the info contained chilling similarities to covert operations in effect today. As author Keith postulates, “Alternative 3 points to, if in a clumsy and unbelievable fashion, the deadly alignment of technology and elitist control… [it] may not be true at all, in the sense of a revealed scripture, but only as a persuasive metaphor for totalitarian control in the manner of Orwell’s 1984.” Keith discusses data from Alternative 3 and immediately refutes it, then offers stranger real-life parallels (he reveals the “murdered scientists” working on Alternative 3 were all fictitious, but then ticks off a list of real scientists killed under most suspicious circumstances). One would like to dismiss Keith as a crackpot, simply because of the horrors he unfolds, but given the cool, collected way in which he presents his data and the logical conclusions he comes to, it may be time to get nervous.
Learn how our spy establishment and the CIA act as “little more than the private army of the Fortune 500” and are “often designed to violate international law and to trample human rights.” Get the skinny on CIA mind control of television, LSD, CIA-funded eugenics experiments, human cloning and 70,000 cattle mutilations. Was Jonestown the prototype of an African-American extermination program? Are birth control, AIDS, bio-warfare and man-made UFOs all part of some covert, loosely connected conspiracy to control the planet? Certainly the suppression of the Third World is: “The Third World is being forcefully relieved of natural resources and exploited for cheap labor, and is in fact seen… as maintaining maximum profitability as long as it’s kept in abject poverty.”
Casebook explores our preoccupation with WWII, parallels to Nazi actions (such as the CIA psycho-chemical experiments conducted on American enlisted men—some involving Nazi nerve gases), and Nazi involvement in more credible realms (war criminal Werner von Braun was instrumental in our early space program). In the last chapter, Keith admits his immense reluctance to acknowledge the Nazi connections but “in reshaping the totalitarian control during this century I saw the plans of the Nazis manifestly did not die with the German loss of World War II. The ideology and many of the principle players survived and flourished after the war, and have had a profound impact on postwar history, and on events taking place today… Nazi interests have been entwined with other totalitarian control mechanisms of the world, with the intelligence, police and psychiatric establishments, with eugenics and genetic research, as well as with the plans of moneyed elites.”
Paperback: 160 pages