Friday, 26 February 2016

Book Review: Alan R Adaschik: 100 Years Of Deception: A Blueprint For The Destruction Of A Nation

100 Years of Deception: A Blueprint for the Destruction of a Nation

Author: Alan R Adaschik 

Title: 100 Years Of Deception: A Blueprint For The Destruction Of A Nation 

Genre: Political Science, Political Process, General, Political, Science, Process,

Synopsis: The truth will set you free! the citizens of the united states have been played for fools for the past 100 years. Very few of us know what is behind the events that have shaped our world. Most Americans assume that information provided by the news, radio and television industries is the truth. And most of it is however, it is also true that on critical issues we only get part of the story and important information is deliberately left out. 100 years of deception begins by establishing that passage of the federal reserve act in 1913 constituted on overthrow of our government. since then, the conspirators have pulled the strings that make us dance and controlled our nation's media to keep us in the dark and compliant. The conspirators eventually infiltrated most of the key institutions of our society. through propaganda and undue influence they have shaped how Americans view the world and left us hopelessly brainwashed. This book not only demonstrates that our government was overthrown, it also provides an accounting of the catastrophic consequences the world has suffered because of these conspirators and offers proposals for rectifying our deplorable state of affairs. As Americans we owe it to ourselves and our children to seek the truth and put an end to the 100 years of deception that shaped the world within which we live.

Review:  First of all l would like to say a big thank you to Alan R Adaschik for sending me this book and giving me the chance to read it. l was sent this book in exchange for a honest review l am so glad this book is in my library and on my bookshelf. l would tell people that you should step outside your comfort zone with books because it is good to add more authors and genres to your reading portfolio even if you do not read books like this.l normally do not read books of this genre but l stepped outside my comfort zone with authors and genres l am so glad l did because l have read so many great books l highly recommend this book. l was sent this book by bostick communications who l want to say a huge thank you to as well. l really enjoyed reading this book and it was hard to put it down once l started reading it l loved reading about war and government this is a great book.

About the author:  Alan.R. Adascick was raised in brooklyn, new York after high school, he became an engineering student at the university of Michigan in it is naval ROTC program and subsequently, qualified for navy flight training. he received his wings as a jet fighter pilot in 1966 and after completing his tour of duty, earned and MBA from long island university. Al has worked as a flight test conductor for the Grumman aerospace corporation, a financial analyst for the singer company, a senior corporation, a financial analyst for Pratt & Whitney aircraft, and a financial administrator for the city of fort lauderdale Al is also the author of while we was sleep - a story of government without law and an alakan adventure - a travelogue and environment treatise.

Star rating: 5 out of 5 stars 

Book Dedication: this book is dedicated to my father, Anthony  who left us for a better world on the 10th of march, 2013, at the age of ninety-seven with his support and guidance l would not be the person l am today my loss is shared by all who knew hi,. he truly was a man of compassion, substance, and integrity. the world we live in has been diminished by his passing    

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