The Tranceformation of America is a shocking book, but one which, I have to believe, contains much truth. I saw and experienced much of that sort of thing (not to the same degree) in Massachusetts during the Reagan/Bush years. I saw high-level academic, media, political and church figures engaged in a collusive sexual abuse, exploitation, manipulation (terror) network, which included voyeurism, surveillance, twisting of information, lying and slander, pillage and even worse (if they could get away with it). I have to believe that actual slavery, abuse of children, indulgences on every level, and crime (as described in this book) are true. Those who - through the media - project themselves as being the most respected are, in fact, the most wicked. What is especially timely about this book is that Ms. O'Brien mentions George Bush Sr. and Jr. repeatedly, and we are facing an election with George Bush Jr. If the American public were to read this book, they would never let him into office. According to Ms. O'Brien, he participated in - and covered for his father in - mind-control activities, abuse of adolescent females, implementation of New World Order police tactics (Lake/Mount Shasta compound in California), cocaine, heroin and white slavery trafficking, and money laundering. He was an integral part of the New World Order plan of creating chaos and mass mind control to dupe the masses, so as to usher in elite rule. One has to question how he could be spontaneously declared the front-runner and pick of the Republican establishment from day one, when he had done nothing. Was it because he will facilitate their excesses and wrongdoing - because he's their man??? It is very frightening territory - and this is a frightening book. All the more so because other "mind-control slaves" have come forth, and written books about this. There is a lot of information on the internet about these matters (Brice Taylor). I am just hoping he does not get elected - but one wonders how one can trust anyone, with such high-level crime running things. This book names names (Senator Byrd, the Bennett brothers, Ronald Reagan, Loretta Lynn, names from the Clinton administration, etc.), it names places (Bohemian Grove in California, NASA, military bases, Harvard, Patrick Leahy's mountaintop home, etc.) Every member of the public should read it.