Whatever Happened to America

Whatever Happened to America

by Jon Christian Christian Ryter, Charles Hallberg (Editor)

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ISBN-13: 9780873190497
Publisher: Hallberg Publishing Corporation
Publication date: 02/01/1901
Pages: 570
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

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The hard work has been done for us: To uncover all that is exposed and documented in WHATEVER HAPPENED TO AMERICA? about the rise of one world government, and the economy that keeps it rising, you would have to sift through the National Archives from the founding of our Republic up to the present day. On top of that you would need to read reports and Declarations issued by the United Nations, and all the transcripts of every UN conference. Add to these daunting tasks that of compiling data from the stock markets, world banks, and the Fed; then pour through countless newspapers, magazines, and radio transcripts from both America and Europe spanning many decades. Once that was accomplished you would still have to find a way to be privy to clandestine meetings among heads of state, heads of corporations, heads of major financial institutions, and talking heads, from the 1930¿s until today. I am not sure how, but Jon Christian Ryter did it. What is left is to simply read and be enlightened by this great book. It has all of the above information nicely sifted through, neatly organized, rationally deciphered, and eloquently presented. There is a fascinating story here - the story of the advent of globalist ideology, and the powerful conspiracy behind the push toward one world government. Every American who still values the freedoms outlined in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights - including (if the activist courts have their way) the freedom to sleep through a `friendly¿ takeover - might want to wake up and smell the coffee. You won¿t find out about this by watching the morning news. I came away enlightened and a bit breathless...and, finally, awake.