The story: In the prestigious Berlin Freemason Grand Lodge, the Order of Light, the Order council forges a plan to murder the grand mas-ter. His followers are already being eliminated since they stand in the way of the new ruling class. The grand master is to be disposed of by a young Freemason who was initiated into the Order only for this purpose. Honorable members of the Order cultivate great contacts in the highest circles of the German government. Via their perfectly set up insider network, they can influence decisions in regard to the public sector, the judicial system, and even legislation. Their lucrative connections are not only limited to Europe, but even reach across the Atlantic. A young female police detective and a member of the Grand Lodge, a journalist, succeed in uncovering the secret organiza-tion, exposing both to great danger before the mastermind is brought down. This economic thriller might give the reader a slight impres-sion the story contains more facts than fiction. Peer C. Berling was born in Athens, he lives in Toronto, Athens, and Berlin. It is not a coincidence that Peer Berling's explosive stories are set against the background of international freemasonry. The author was a member of the inner circle of a German Grand Lodge for more than twenty years. Carefully researched scenarios based on current economic events form the background for Peer Berling's REALO THRILLER. Peer Berling shows how individuals at the highest levels of government not only ignore the exploitation of public finances via the tax system but even make it possible in the first place. Berling: "In this way, countries are losing countless billions-at their taxpayers' expense!" Incompetent work on the part of elected officials, however, is only one of the caus-es-the same is true of the ruthless lobbying of dubious gov-ernment advisors. The amazed reader will learn how govern-ments even ignore warnings from international banking circles, for example because having a desired effect on upcoming elections is a priority. Berling: "By the time governments finally allow public prosecu-tors to investigate in such cases, the players behind these prof-itable activities have long since disappeared. In the meantime, the huge sums of money that have been stolen have been fed through globally active money-laundering operations and then back into the legal capital market."
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|Size: ||3.9 MB|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9783945072035 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|