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NWO's er ah EW's Top 100 Novels
07-11-2013, 09:52 AM
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NWO's er ah EW's Top 100 Novels
In another thread, EY posted a picture of the top 10 most read books of all time.

This reminded me of a recent top 100 list posted by Entertainment Weekly, a division of the NWO conglomerate Time Warner.

Let's have a look, shall we?

http://www.goldderby.com/forum/topics/view/5326

The 100 Greatest Novels Ever (AS SELECTED BY ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY, OWNED BY NWO CONGLOMERATE TIME WARNER)

1. Anna Karenina (By Leo Tolstoy -- 1878)
2. The Great Gatsby (By F. Scott Fitzgerald -- 1925)
3. Pride and Prejudice (By Jane Austen -- 1813)
4. Great Expectations (By Charles Dickens -- 1861)
5. One Hundred Years of Solitude (By Gabriel Garcia Marquez -- 1967)
6. My Antonia (By Willa Cather -- 1918)
7. The Harry Potter series (By J.K. Rowling -- 1997-2007)
8. The Rabbit quartet (By John Updike -- 1960-1990)
9. Beloved (By Toni Morrison -- 1987)
10. Charlotte's Web (By E.B. White -- 1952)
11. Mrs. Dalloway (By Virginia Woolf -- 1925)
12. The Sound and the Fury (By William Faulkner -- 1929)
13. To Kill a Mockingbird (By Harper Lee -- 1960)
14. Crime and Punishment (By Fyodor Dostoevsky -- 1867)
15. Ragtime (By E.L. Doctorow -- 1975)
16. Jane Eyre (By Charlotte Bronte -- 1847)
17. The Road (By Cormac McCarthy -- 2006)
18. Moby-Dick (By Herman Melville -- 1851)
19. Lolita (By Vladimir Nabokov -- 1955)
20. Lonesome Dove (By Larry McMurtry -- 1985)
21. An American Tragedy (By Theodore Dreiser -- 1925)
22. Wuthering Heights (By Emily Bronte -- 1847)
23. The Brothers Karamazov (By Fyodor Dostoevsky -- 1880)
24. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (By James Joyce -- 1916)
25. Bleak House (By Charles Dickens -- 1853)
26. Invisible Man (By Ralph Ellison -- 1952)
27. A Wrinkle in Time (By Madeleine L'Engle -- 1962)
28. War and Peace (By Leo Tolstoy -- 1869)
29. The Handmaid's Tale (By Margaret Atwood -- 1986)
30. Native Son (By Richard Wright -- 1940)
31. Blindness (By Jose Saramago -- 1995)
32. The Catcher in the Rye (By J.D. Salinger -- 1951)
33. Maus (By Art Spiegelman -- 1986)
34. The World According to Garp (By John Irving -- 1978)
35. A Personal Matter (By Kenzaburo Oe -- 1964)
36. Atlas Shrugged (By Ayn Rand -- 1957)
37. The Sun Also Rises (By Ernest Hemingway -- 1926)
38. The Regeneration trilogy (By Pat Barker -- 1991-1995)
39. Middlesex (By Jeffrey Eugenides -- 2002)
40. A Suitable Boy (By Vikram Seth -- 1993)
41. Go Tell It on The Mountain (By James Baldwin -- 1953)
42. The Stand (By Stephen King -- 1978)
43. A Confederacy of Dunces (By John Kennedy Toole -- 1980)
44. His Dark Materials (By Philip Pullman -- 1995-2000)
45. The Color Purple (By Alice Walker -- 1982)
46. The Age of Innocence (By Edith Wharton -- 1920)
47. The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle (By Haruki Murakami -- 1994)
48. The Talented Mr. Ripley (By Patricia Highsmith -- 1955)
49. Ender's Game (By Orson Scott Card -- 1985)
50. Snow (By Orhan Pamuk -- 2002)
51. The Corrections (By Jonathan Franzen -- 2001)
52. Song of Solomon (By Toni Morrison -- 1977)
53. Gone With the Wind (By Margaret Mitchell -- 1936)
54. Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk (By Ben Fountain -- 2012)
55. A Fine Balance (By Rohinton Mistry -- 1995)
56. Sophie's Choice (By William Styron -- 1979)
57. The Children of Men (By P.D. James -- 1992)
58. Midnight's Children (By Salman Rushdie -- 1981)
59. Dracula (By Bram Stoker -- 1897)
60. Their Eyes Were Watching God (By Zora Neale Hurston -- 1937)
61. Love in the Time of Cholera (By Gabriel Garcia Marquez -- 1988)
62. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (By Mark Twain -- 1884)
63. Portnoy's Complaint (By Philip Roth -- 1969)
64. Infinite Jest (By David Foster Wallace -- 1996)
65. Herzog (By Saul Bellow -- 1964)
66. Howards End (By E.M. Forster -- 1910)
67. The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay (By Michael Chabon -- 2000)
68. Middlemarch (By George Eliot -- 1874)
69. Money (By Martin Amis -- 1985)
70. Neuromancer (By William Gibson -- 1984)
71. The Hobbit (By J.R.R. Tolkien -- 1937)
72. The Remains of the Day (By Kazuo Ishiguro -- 1989)
73. The Spy Who Came in From the Cold (By John le Carre -- 1963)
74. Cold Mountain (By Charles Frazier -- 1997)
75. Madame Bovary (By Gustave Flaubert -- 1857)
76. The Golden Notebook (By Doris Lessing -- 1962)
77. Tom Jones (By Henry Fielding -- 1749)
78. A House for Mr. Biswas (By V.S. Naipaul -- 1961)
79. Bring Up the Bodies (By Hilary Mantel -- 2012)
80. Swann's Way (By Marcel Proust -- 1913)
81. Frankenstein (By Mary Shelley -- 1818)
82. Disgrace (By J.M. Coetzee -- 1999)
83. The Stone Diaries (By Carol Shields -- 1993)
84. Clockers (By Richard Price -- 1992)
85. Catch-22 (By James Heller -- 1961)
86. A Home at the End of the World (By Michael Cunningham -- 1990)
87. White Teeth (By Zadie Smith -- 2000)
88. The Bonfire of the Vanities (By Tom Wolfe -- 1987)
89. Tristram Shandy (By Laurence Sterne -- 1895)
90. The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter (By Carson McCullers -- 1940)
91. The Leopard (By Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa -- 1958)
92. The Glass Bead Game (By Hermann Hesse -- 1943)
93. Bastard Out of Carolina (By Dorothy Allison -- 1992)
94. The Moonstone (By Wilkie Collins -- 1868)
95. The Poisonwood Bible (By Barbara Kingsolver -- 1998)
96. If on a Winter's Night a Traveler (By Italo Calvino -- 1979)
97. The Big Sleep (By Raymond Chandler -- 1939)
98. Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret (By Judy Blume -- 1970)
99. The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (By Douglas Adams -- 1979)
100. The Joy Luck Club (By Amy Tan -- 1989)
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07-11-2013, 09:57 AM
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RE: NWO's er ah EW's Top 100 Novels
Of the magical or occultish books included in the top 10 most read, the Harry Potter series shows up as #7 in EW's list and one part of the Lord of the Rings series (The Hobbit) shows up as #71.
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07-11-2013, 10:00 AM
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I'm guessing very few have Christian themes.
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07-11-2013, 10:05 AM
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the #1 novel is Anna Karenina.. a book about a wife cheating on her husband.
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07-11-2013, 10:06 AM
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I have not read all 100 books, of course, but there do seem to be some notable omissions of books that arguably have anti-NWO themes.

No 1984 by George Orwell (or anything by Orwell)

No Brave New World by Aldous Huxley (or anything by Huxley)

No Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck (or anything by Steinbeck)

No Hunger Games for that matter if they wanted to include something current and popular.


But of course they could not leave out:

Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret (By Judy Blume)

LOL.
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07-11-2013, 10:08 AM
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Their entire control mind control grid is breaking down.

People no longer take these lists or critics as seriously as before.
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07-11-2013, 10:13 AM
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No surprise that Lolita clocks in at #19.

Or Atlas Shrugged by that lunatic Ayn Rand at #36.
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07-11-2013, 10:15 AM
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Many of these books have been discredited.

They were chosen by the controllers to teach a specific agenda.

If you happen to like that agenda, read them.

But if you don't.. read other books.
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07-11-2013, 10:22 AM
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^Particularly true of anything written, say, post WWII.
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07-11-2013, 10:25 AM
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they make up bullshit stories like Jk Rowling writing harry potter books on napkins at a cafe in order to increase sales.

Harry Potter is occult. it is a low level indoctrination into magical principles that are anti thetical to christian fundamentals.
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07-11-2013, 10:29 AM
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I only made it through the top 15 before scrolling down here to say what a shitty list it is.

Do these NWO people read books?

"If you don't love all, you love no one" - Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson
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07-11-2013, 10:29 AM
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Not a surprise they didn't include the Children's classic "the little prince"

that book is a Christian Allegory.

It also teaches you to look beneath the surface for truths..

I recommend it!

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07-11-2013, 10:31 AM
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Catcher in the Rye was also selected. that book seems to be on the shelf of many so-called "mind controlled" people

The Catcher in the Rye, a novel about an adolescent boy's contempt for humanity, has been linked to assassins Mark David Chapman, John Hinckley and Lee Harvey Oswald.

Conspiracy theorists suggest that the FBI or CIA used the book as a mind-control device in order to orchestrate the assassinations of John Lennon and John F. Kennedy and the attempt on Ronald Regan's life.
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07-11-2013, 10:36 AM
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I honestly thought 'Catcher in the Rye' was just a decent book. Nothing spectacular.

Reading it back in the day made me wonder, more than anything, what all the fuss was about.

"If you don't love all, you love no one" - Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson
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07-11-2013, 10:40 AM
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Yeah. lots of MK-ULTRA stuffs about that book though.
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