This document was allegedly found in a Xerox machine purchased at a government surplus sale at McChord Air Force Base in 1986. Many claim the work to be a “hoax”, and speculation as to its author have ranged from Ted “The Unabomber” Kaczynski to the late anarcho-libertarian Murray Rothbard. US federal prison inmate Hartford Van Dyke claimed to have been the document’s author in a letter to Paranoia Magazine in December of 2003.
“Hoax” or not, the document makes for interesting reading, as it lays out step-by-step a plan to conquer the world through propaganda, currency devaluation, economic shock and constant warfare. William Cooper also published the document in his book Behold a Pale Horse
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