Thought provoking. Controversial. Presidential Puppetry is sure to raise lots of eye-brows. One of those books that inspires readers to look deep beneath the surface.

John Perkins, New York Times best-selling author of "Confessions of an Economic Hit Man" and other books

Book 'Presidential Puppetry' Exposes Obama, Romney, CIA Secrets

Secretive elites guide our government leaders, according to my new book, Presidential Puppetry: Obama, Romney, and Their Masters, published over the July Fourth holiday.

Puppetry exposes the nefarious deeds of today’s puppet masters and their government minions. The 500-page book documents their arrogance, deepest secrets, brutal methods, and ongoing threat to the American way of life.

The first book in print to analyze the Obama second-term is also one of the first to examine the 2012 elections. Puppetry reveals the disloyalty of CIA Director David Petraeus, Karl Rove’s attempt to rig 2012 election results, and as-yet unreported scandals among top second-term Obama appointees.

More generally, Puppetry documents how President Obama has hidden vital parts of his background. He worked for a CIA front company in his first job out of college. That work and the connections of his long-lost lover cast a new light on Obama’s other secrets, including his Wall Street-friendly policies that help Republican leaders impose austerity on the public despite Obama’s victorious campaign in 2012.

The book arose out of research into injustice from the cases explored by the Justice Integrity Project. Deeper study of the cases showed that forces beyond the law were responsible for some of the results.

My research draws on diverse sources from across the political spectrum, as well as my experiences. I reveal that my late mother — Margaret Kreig, a World War II Marine volunteer and best-selling author — was a covert CIA asset in 1972 when the Chinese government issued a rare invitation for her to visit the Communist nation as a VIP.

The CIA and NSA’s pervasive activities need to be discussed more far openly. Accountability is especially necessary when spy agencies beholden to private sector titans and their contractors use the immense surveillance powers for the elite’s narrow political and money-making goals.


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