None Dare Call It Conspiracy was probably among the first books published in the United States to gain some notoriety in what has been labelled as the “conspiracy” field, and it remains an invaluable primer for anyone interested in finding out about the Insiders who are secretly manipulating world affairs in pursuit of their hidden agenda, generally known as a “New World Order”. Sadly, this so-called “conspiracy” primer has become difficult to find in print, except from second-hand booksellers.
I am extremely excited to make available, exclusively through my website (Amazon refused to publish it), a special digital edition that includes the full text from the original 1971 print edition as well as a forward detailing the history of the book, a short biography of the two authors, Gary Allen and Larry Abraham, and a detailed reading list. This exclusive eBook has been meticulously proofed against a print copy of the original 1971 edition by Concord Press.
I wanted to give this eBook the “feel” of the original edition; so, this edition offers the entire content of the original, as well as a layout that is as close as possible to the original print layout. When decent copies could not be found of the pictures contained in the original edition, I replaced them with better-quality pictures that are as close to the originals as possible. All tables are reproduced from a hard-to-find 1990 re-print by Buccaneer Books.
If you are unfamiliar with the subject matter, this book will open your eyes – you’ll never look at the world (and the news) the same way again…
- Authors: Gary Allen and Larry Abraham
- Original publication: Concord Press, 1971
- Presented by Henri Thibodeau with a foreword, author biographies, detailed bibliography, illustrations and charts
- Price: $5.00 US (plus applicable taxes in Canada)
- Available formats:
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From the Foreword
None Dare Call It Conspiracy (NDCC) was a real and challenging eye-opener when I first read it, back in the mid-eighties. The book had been gathering dust among other books inherited from my late grandfather, Quebec Chief Justice Frédéric Dorion. I did not really know what to make of it, wondering if I should not just throw away this weird-looking little book every time I cleaned up my bookcases – until I opened it and started reading. I was in for quite a shock. Its alleged truths did make me fret…
Like so many readers before me, this book introduced me to what were then still rather secret organizations such as the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission, and all those who Allen generally called Insiders, and their alleged plans for a new world order. These organizations have now become household names in the world of conspiracy theories and even at large, but they remained fairly obscure at the time except for people “in the know”. I certainly had never heard of them more than 10 years after its publication, even though I had studied in communications, journalism and politics.
The authors’ hypothesis was basically that such organizations are front groups for banking and monetary elites others have described as the Anglo-American Axis, a power elite of very wealthy families out to achieve permanent global governance.
In its biography of Gary Allen, The Daily Bell ascertains that the title itself, None Dare Call It Conspiracy, “attempted to counter the establishment media propaganda to the effect that there were no secret conspiracies and that even suggesting one existed was beyond the boundary of responsible journalism.”
This little book became an instant bestseller during the 1972 American presidential campaign, selling several million copies at the time. Allen also got some important endorsement, such as US Congressman John Schmitz, who wrote the introduction to the book. “The story you are about to read is true”, he wrote. “Having been a college instructor, a State Senator and now a Congressman I have had experience with real professionals at putting up smokescreens to cover up their own actions by trying to destroy the accuser. I hope that you will read the book carefully, draw your own conclusions and not accept the opinions of those who of necessity must attempt to discredit the book. Your future may depend upon it.”
According to The Daily Bell, Allen made four important points, which it claims have been vindicated by political, economic and monetary events that have occurred since 1972:
- First, Allen suggested that the political/economic system of the West (remember, at the time the world was divided between communism and democracy) was a conspiracy that began in the early 20th century with the progressive era.
- Second, Allen believed one of their major goals was to create an income tax system to steal money from the lower and middle classes.
- Third, the conspiracy desired to establish central banks like the Federal Reserve System, but to hide the ownership and beneficiaries of its actions by letting the public believe were public institutions.
- Fourth, Gary Allen said they wanted to allow these central banks to hold the national debt and to expand the national debt through wars and conflicts.
“FDR once said “In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way.” He was in a good position to know.”
“Each new administration, whether it be Republican or Democrat, continues the same basic policies of the previous administration which it had so thoroughly denounced during the election campaign.”
“We are supposed to think it is all accidental and coincidental and that therefore there is nothing we can do about it.”
“Those who believe that major world events result from planning are laughed at for believing in the “conspiracy theory of history.” Of course, no one in this modern day and age readily believes in the conspiracy theory of history—except those who have taken the time to study the subject.”
“When you think about it, there are really only two theories of history. Either things happen by accident, neither planned nor caused by anybody, or they happen because they are planned and somebody causes them to happen.”
“To ascribe absolutely everything that happens to the machinations of a small group of power hungry conspirators is overly simplistic. But, in our opinion nothing is more simplistic than doggedly holding onto the accidental view of major world events.”
“Professor Carroll Quigley [who] can hardly be accused of being a “right wing extremist,” … has all the “liberal” credentials, having taught at the Liberal Establishment’s academic Meccas of Princeton and Harvard. In his 1300- page, 8 pound tome Tragedy and Hope, Dr. Quigley reveals the existence of the conspiratorial network which will be discussed in this book. The Professor is not merely formulating a theory, but revealing this network’s existence from firsthand experience.”
“As Professor Quigley observes: “…his [the individual’s] freedom and choice will be controlled within very narrow alternatives by the fact that he will be numbered from birth and followed, as a number, through his educational training, his required military or other public service, his tax contributions, his health and medical requirements, and his final retirement and death benefits.”