Controversial ‘Underground Knowledge’ discussion group membership tops 800

Posted: May 6, 2015 in Underground Knowledge
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Membership of our lively ‘Underground Knowledge’ discussion group on  has now topped 800, making it one of the fastest growing groups on the extraordinarily popular (Amazon-owned) literary site.

Goodreads: Book reviews, recommendations, and discussion

Our Underground Knowledge group is also one of the most active on Goodreads. Little wonder given many of the contentious topics under discussion…

A random sample of the group’s discussion threads follow. (Click on any links that appeal to view members’ comments):

Restructuring capitalism

The Queen’s position in modern Britain

Big Pharma & the Medical Mafia

Can we trust news media outlets?

The truth about international aid

November 22, 1963. Dallas, Texas.

Hurricane Katrina and African-American communities

The overpopulation myth (part 1)

Do 300 People Rule The World?

The multi-trillion dollar WW2 cover-up

(Profiting from) The War on Drugs

The Catcher mystery continues

Is the Islamic State (IS/ISIS) another invention of the West?

Finding (hiding) a cure for cancer

Earlier historical versions of Jesus Christ?

Are aliens visiting Earth or not????

Was 9/11 a false flag attack and ‘Inside Job’? 62% of you voted YES

Global Warming – is it real?

The US Military’s proposal to kill Americans

Banned books of the Bible

The political apathy of today’s youth

The Big Bang Theory – Debunked?

Obama, Murdoch & the Bush/Clinton clans


Our Underground Knowledge discussion group is aimed at those with an interest in the world we live in and a desire to learn or to uncover “underground knowledge” on important issues of our times.

Everyone’s welcome to join! All you need is an enquiring mind. Our members include scientists, social activists, teachers, historians, authors, military and intelligence agency personnel, bankers, housewives, whistleblowers, students, former police officers, one or two rednecks (we are trying to weed them out), doctors, a couple of busybodies (they’re okay), journalists, readers and many more.

Visit the group at:—a-discussion-group



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