Drifting Towards Another Civil War in America

Algora Publishing
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When enough Americans catch on, there will be hell to pay. You cannot hold off a Swat Team with a hunting gun, but there are enough guns in the US, and enough returning veterans, to cause quite a bit of mayhem.<p>Skull and Bones, the secret society for Yale graduates, was derived from a proto-Nazi organization and it is shown to enforce the interest of the American "ownership class," those who control the major corporations, a direct enemy of the citizenry. One of their biggest projects was, and is, to explore and promote eugenics programs to cull the weak and "undesirable" portions of the populace (in the US and around the world) and "improve" the race. They promote germ warfare, population control, and they profit from military industries and illegal drug trade while criminalizng everyone else.<p>The people of this nation generally hold liberal values, in spite of the angry talking heads and apologists for unregulated capitalism. The people have always favored an equal opportunity society and they resent privilege. Yet the 156 wealthiest families continually lead us into wars, where they profit from both sides. They curtail our liberties by shaking red flags before our eyes and getting us to attack the wrong enemies.<p>Our dynastic elite families fear the populace. That is why we now have the Patriot Act undercutting the Bill of Rights in the Constitution... the social compact that held us together since the inception of the nation. The neo-conservative government has broken our own laws and violated international agreements and treaties. It daily loses legitimacy in the eyes of citizens. The elite declared war on our liberties when they captured our government. Mainstream media is complicit in hiding governmental and corporate crimes. Social harmony is in tatters.

 

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Donald Kropp discusses some of the most alarming aspects of US history and recent events as well, showing how our society is being driven to the brink of disaster by an elite that draws its wealth from corporations whose interests are always put before those of the citizens.<p>Having worked as a teacher, social worker and even night watchman, Don has seen many aspects of life in these United and disunited States. He shows how poor schools and weak societal support have contributed to the inability of young adults to get on with life. In his voracious reading, he has continually stumbled upon unsavory liaisons between politicians, billionaires, crime syndicates and back to the election cycle. He weaves in personal experiences from the state of California, where he has lived long enough to see it evolve from an open-minded love fest that was solidly Democrat in the mid-1960s to a Republican stronghold ever since.

 

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Algora Publishing
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Published on
Dec 31, 2017
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Pages
200
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ISBN
9781628942750
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Language
English
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POLITICAL SCIENCE / Public Policy / Cultural Policy
Philosophy / General
Political Science / American Government / General
Political Science / General
Political Science / Political Ideologies / Conservatism & Liberalism
Political Science / Political Ideologies / Democracy
Political Science / Political Ideologies / Fascism & Totalitarianism
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Anthropology / Cultural
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Popular Culture
Social Science / Sociology / General
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