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Conspirators’ Hierarchy: The Story of the Committee of 300 by Dr John Coleman

Conspirators’ Hierarchy: The Story of the Committee of 300 by Dr John Coleman, first published in 1991 or 1992, is about the elite that rule the world, particularly those connected to the “secret upper-level parallel government that runs Britain and the US”.

Conspirators’ Hierarchy: The Story of the Committee of 300 by Dr John Coleman

The author is British and claims to be a former intelligence officer, which there is no way to verify. The text is an easy read, obviously aimed at a general audience. However, although there is a bibliography, no sources are linked to many of the specifics and often no detailed explanations are given to support the claims, the author stating them as a matter of fact. The former is understandable up to a point given the nature of the subject but the latter renders the text somewhat lacking in substance.

That being the case, the author does mention certain groups and individuals as well as historical events which would be known to anyone who is not totally ignorant. In this manner, there is at least strong circumstantial evidence to support the claims.

In short, the “Committee of 300”, also known as “Olympians”, aims to bring about their new world order under a one-world government. The author claims that the group is in effect hiding in plain sight with British aristocracy at the head, at the time Queen Elizabeth II, and “has corporate interests and associates in every country of the world, including the USSR”.

The Committee of 300 is the ultimate secret society made up of an untouchable ruling class, which includes the Queen of England, the Queen of the Netherlands, the Queen of Denmark and the royal families of Europe. These aristocrats decided at the death of Queen Victoria, the matriarch of the Venetian Black Guelphs that, in order to gain worldwide control, it would be necessary for its aristocratic members to “go into business” with the non-aristocratic but extremely powerful leaders of corporate business on a global scale, and so the doors to ultimate power were opened to what the Queen of England likes to refer to as “the commoners.”

The author lists past and present institutions or entities that the Committee of 300 uses to execute its agenda. These include, amongst others, the usual suspects such as the Tavistock Institute, Club of Rome, Royal Institute for International Affairs (RIIA), freemasonry such as P2, MI6, CIA, Mossad, Eagle Star Group, and many banks and media outlets.

Since the aim of the group is the “new world order” with its usual destruction of Christianity, national identity and morality as well as population reduction, control and control mechanisms are vital for them. The means include zero-growth policies, deindustrialization, drugs, and abortion, amongst other things. For example, the author claims that the group:

  • was responsible for the opium and drug trade in Asia to get the Chinese addicted using the British East India Company

  • targeted Italy because of its ties to Middle East economics and politics as well as being the center of the Roman Catholic Church

  • was at least partly responsible for the assassination of US President John F. Kennedy and the ousting of President Richard Nixon

  • promoted The Beatles and drugs to the youth (a brainwashing operation by Tavistock Institute).

As already mentioned, there is no way to verify if the claims about the group itself are true but it is conceptually plausible, however simplistic, given the entities and individuals that act at its tentacles. As a book, it is not the best text if one is new to the subject since the only way to appreciate the claims regarding the Committee of 300 is if one already knows some history related to the conspiracy.


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