Sunday, August 16, 2015

100 Years of Deception, by Alan Adaschik

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"One-Hundred Years of Deception" is a book about how the citizens of the United States have been played for fools over the past century. Very few Americans know anything about what is behind the events which have shaped our world. Most of us assume that information provided by the news, radio, television industries is the truth. Most of it is. However, it also true that on critical issues we only get part of the story and a lot of important information is deliberately left out. Furthermore, in news stories emphasis is everything and can be used to shape perceptions about events. This book is one man's attempt to show Americans not just the trees, but the forest as well. 'One-Hundred Years of Deception" starts out by demonstrating that our government was overthrown in 1913 by a group of conspirators who engineered passage of the Federal Reserve Act. Since then, these people have pulled the strings which made us dance. By controlling our nation's media, they have kept us oblivious to what they were doing. As bad as this is, it is not the whole story because the conspirators have also infiltrated most key institutions of our society. Having accomplished this, through undue influence, they have shaped how Americans view the world. Unfortunately, the perceptions we have are self-serving to them and not in our best interest or the best interest of everyone else. They have been so successful shaping opinion that, today, most Americans are hopelessly brainwashed. This book is an attempt to shed light upon what most people do not know in the hope of snapping them out of the trance which holds them in captivity.

  • Paperback: 264 pages
  • Publisher: Outskirts Press (June 25, 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1478753668
  • ISBN-13: 978-1478753667

  • This book will really make you think about our government and really what is being told to us as a society. Think for yourselves. Do your research.  Question this big government.


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