100 Years of Deception: A Blueprint for the Destruction of a Nation
by Alan R. Adaschik
Stratton Press Publishing

"To be sure, no American wants to believe we live in a nation ruled by conspirators who overthrew our government."

In 1913, Congress passed the Federal Reserve Act, giving the power of printing money and the control of currency away from Congress and into a private institution led by powerful bankers. What at the time seemed like an innocuous piece of legislation designed to prevent the market from being volatile in effect led to the transfer of power in America away from the individual states and toward a national government being dictated behind the scenes by the very same bankers. Now more than a century later, the effects of their decision-making have crippled the integrity and effectiveness of the country, and the end goals of a neutered America are being realized with each armed conflict and unconstitutional legislation. Outlining the reach and scope of this conspiracy and how to take power back, this book will open the eyes of Americans regarding the takeover of their homeland.

In the first half of this book, each chapter covers a specific topic relating to the sudden shift of the direction of America’s policies brought about in conjunction with the founding of the Federal Reserve. More than just connecting dots and spelling things out for the reader, the author often opts to begin by simply asking questions that do not add up logically, stirring curiosity and shaking the reader’s existing worldview. The second half of the book is composed of several short essays regarding many societal issues and hot topics of the day, serving as a background for the author’s thoughts and conclusions. Big-picture issues like war, government, and the New World Order are addressed in the general spirit of the rest of the book, but thoughtful commentaries about environmental issues and religious debates are also included. Provocative and thorough, this book will give readers much to consider.

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