Watermelons By Delingpole Is Worth Reading

I bought Watermelons written by James Delingpole last week at Owen Paterson’s Constituency meet-up, getting it direct from the author, who signed it ‘to a fellow blogger’. He doesn’t pull any punches, and he gets a lot further into the depopulation agenda, Agenda 21 and the New World Order than I was expecting, after hearing his talk at Owen’s, which ranged over safer ground.

I will add it to Tap Blog recommended books.  It’s good to read a book which sets out the full story of things like The Club Of Rome, the UN’s Depopulation policies, Agenda 21, and Maurice Strong (omitting the discussion of who his real father was – Deng Xiao Ping?)

There’s no mention (as yet) of Central bankers, Jesuits, Rothschilds or Royals.  This book deals with the intellectual aspects of world government, not the racial, familial or historical, other than the environmental movement.  But that part the author does extremely well.  For that he earns his place in the list, for which I know he will be most grateful as he pulls GBP 15 for each copy (or part of it anyway!).

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