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The World is NOT Your Oyster!
This timely book outlines how political leaders, corporate sharks, and the financial elites have taken advantage of this country over the past several decades, sowing the seeds that are now resulting in the unprecedented economic collapse and social strife we are experiencing.
America has a checkered past and that past has come back to haunt her. Perpetual war, unbridled corruption, racism and stolen elections are not just the domain of third world countries...it is the story of America in the 21st century. History shows that the moral character of a nation matters when it comes to long-term survival and America is no exception. In a state of gradual moral, political and economic decline, this country faces the same fate of the imperialist British Empire, the great Babylonian Empire and the mighty Roman Empire...none of which exist today!
America's fall will be the result of its slide down the slippery slope of moral decay. What was once held sacred and revered is now rejected and the attitude of America is every man for himself...never mind if you cause pain for someone else while creating pleasure for yourself...America will continue its downward spiral into a moral abyss until its empire has been completely lost if change does not come and come quickly...The political leaders and corporate owners, along with the "ten percenters" (the ten percent who own eighty five percent of the wealth in America) that actually run this country have had free rein to disregard law and order, here and abroad...in pursuit of the almighty dollar and did so with impunity because they've constructed the laws so that the criminal is protected and the victim is persecuted...Thomas Jefferson is quoted as saying "...if the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of currency...the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive people of their property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered." Prophetic sign of the times, wouldn't you say?