It is very thoroughly researched, there is a huge amount of evidence. She exposes how shock and disaster are inflicted upon whole countries in order to put them in a psychological state of chaos, so that deals can be done, new regimes imposed, and vast profit made by the vultures of transglobal corporations.
All whilst everyone is in a state of shock, before they have a chance to pick up the pieces of their lives. It all stems from the Chicago School of thought on economics. Some corporates, such as Haliburton carefully position themselves to profit from selling arms, hiring out soldiers, from reconstructing countries, and from selling medical care, winning at every stage.
The end goal seems to be to privatise the whole world so that all contracts are farmed out through “democratic” governments to private corporates, and the IMF and The World Bank hold all the economic power in the world. And all jobs will therefore be controlled by giant corporates, and people will have very little choice who they work for and what sort of jobs they do. The governments are just money launderers to collect taxes and channel it on to a few big global players via private contracts for everything. Anywhere that resists, they just apply some shock, and then go in to reconstruct.
She stops short of saying that natural disasters and 911 are created by the same people that profit from them, and thus she just narrowly avoids being classified as a conspiracy theorist. She probably reaches a much wider audience that way, though I have no idea what her actual beliefs are. The book is about the global conspiracy, but not classified conspiracy theory, very clever !
There is a good chapter on Nelson Mandela and how the ANC had no power in government as economic deals were done behind the scenes so that the IMF and World Bank were effectively making the rules.
I suspect that the same tactics are currently being applied to The Philippines.