Mammon is]...a state where riches are coveted as an object of worship, transforming greed-driven pursuit of wealth into a virtue. Mammon also views wealth as a tool to subdue governments and control society. Mammon does not recognize the laws of God or man because his one and only law demands whatever propagates profit is good and whatever restricts profit is irrelevant. What role did the Bank of England play as a catalyst of the American Revolution? Have you ever attempted to reconcile a most curious paradox whereby most of our Founding Fathers, the chief instigators of insurrection, were men of wealth? Does it not seem odd that men with that much money would resort to violence, risking death, dishonor, and their personal fortunes because of a lousy .01 tax on tea and a few other extraneous items? Was tea so important that a group of aggrieved malcontents were willing to spill blood, risking all they had, because of a tax? To understand where history has brought us, it is essential to have an honest accounting of how we arrived. Minions of Mammon lifts many shrouds surrounding contrived myths extolled by conventional doctrine to expose the reality of how several low-key historical figures manipulated society to increase their personal wealth and obtain political dominance. While this book does not advocate a conspiracy theory, it endeavors to lead the reader to form his or her own conclusions through examination of glossed-over documented financial history. Follow along with author Thomas Petri in this riveting book as focuses on the history of egocentric passions for wealth over the welfare of God's children, and discover how the influence of an individual's wielding financial power is at odds with the general population's quest for liberty, security, and prosperity.
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