Diplomacy By Deception

a book by John Coleman

Diplomacy by deception: An account of the treasonous conduct by the governments of Britain and the United States by John Coleman

This is a true and accurate account of the history of treasonous conduct of the British and American Governments, an indictment of how their people are deceived by policies provoking actions that are totally detrimental to the well-being of the two countries. Thoroughly researched, the book provides a great deal of hitherto unpublished information on such diverse operations as the Gulf War and the Bolshevik Revolution. The chapter on covert actions throws new light on the murder of Martin Luther King, Pope John Paul I and several other international figures.

The bloodshed that resulted from the creation of an artificial “Saudi Arabia,” the foreign policy making role of the petroleum industry; the rape of Mexico by British and American oil barons; the revolutions they ignited that cost thousands upon thousands of lives: British conquest of India, the pernicious Indian “apartheid” caste system. These are some of the subjects dealt with in this historical expose of how the two governments deliberately mislead their people under the color of diplomacy.

“Diplomacy By Deception” tells us that the United Nations is a war-making body, not a peace-keeping organization, and how the Rockefellers and Alger Hiss, aided by the top Illuminati Dulles family, succeeded in planting the United Nations in New York in spite of constitutional provisions that bar U.S. membership of the UN. In fact and in law the U.S. is not now and can never be a member of the United Nations.

“Diplomacy By Deception” will forever alter your perception of the two leading governments in Western civilization. This is an excellent companion book to the “Committee of 300” by the same author.