The Way Life Should Be?: The Globalists' Demographic War on America with Maine as a Microcosm

The Way Life Should Be?: The Globalists' Demographic War on America with Maine as a Microcosm

by John Q. Publius

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Overview

A complete overview of the exact mechanisms whereby the internationalist lobby is controlling, directing, and actively organizing mass Third World immigration with the explicitly-stated aim of destroying America—viewed with special emphasis through events in the state of Maine.

Analyzing all aspects of society—the media, economics, environment and social and political structures—this work shows in painstakingly-documented and fully-referenced detail exactly who is directing America’s current political process and decline.

It shows that neo-liberal capitalists and crazed ideologues are facilitating mass migration into America, and actively seeking to transform the country as we know it in their image, in the process destroying the American nation. This cosmopolitan cabal uses their wealth and influence to see the realization of their agenda on every front, to advance their own interests and continue to enrich themselves regardless of the cost to any other group; this globalist "elite" through stealth and deception is responsible for the wide-spread push of the deeply harmful ideologies and policies we find ourselves facing today.

At the same time, its lobby engages in blatant double standards and suppresses any criticism of this "hypocrisy of the highest order" through a barrage of “hate crimes” and “hate speech” legislation, and "tolerance" factories which seek to outlaw any discussion or mention of their power and influence.

Highly recommended for anyone seeking to understand exactly what is happening in America—and indeed the entire Western world.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781647135669
Publisher: Sandycroft Publications
Publication date: 04/25/2020
Pages: 376
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.78(d)

Table of Contents

Foreword by Kevin McDonald

Introduction

Chapter One: Do Not Pass NGO, Do Not Collect $200

Chapter Two: With Arms Wide Open

Chapter Three: The Price of Doing Business

Chapter Four: There’s Always a Catch

Chapter Five: Consolidation, Privatization, Speculation

Chapter Six: Cheap Labor is the Opiate of Dying Nations

Chapter Seven: In Case the Cleaning Lady Has Found My Head

Chapter Eight: Transformation Wholesale

Chapter Nine: Hedging Their Bets

Chapter Ten: A Tale of Two Senators

Conclusion

Acknowledgements

Index

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