Vigilant Christian Ii: Preventing an American Hiroshima

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Trafford Publishing, Sep 1, 2011 - Religion
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Each of the books in the "Vigilant Christian" series seeks to make darkness visible, establishing a tapestry of carefully explained events that actually happened, with each hair-raising assertion backed up with a thorough documentation of sources. "Vigilant Christian II: Preventing an American Hiroshima" will deepen the understanding of history and the prophecies described in Scripture.Originally, this study focused on eliminating nuclear bombs, but the research on this subject led to an awareness of the existence of a powerful, elite group that was the guiding force behind the destruction of Christianity in Japan. When the atomic bombs were dropped on Japan, it devastated Christianity in a way Japanese emperors had been unable to do since 1549. Nagasaki had been the center of Japanese Christianity; because of the atomic bomb dropped on August 9, 1945, today less than one percent of Japan's population is Christian. The true story of the two bombs that were dropped on Japan provides insights into why we must work to prevent an American Hiroshima. The descendants of the powerful elite who devastated Christianity in Japan are close to achieving a one-world government. Jews in Europe and Christians in Japan were targeted for extermination during World War II. To prevent World War III and the persecution of Jews and so many others, we must know the truth.

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David Dionisi has held significant management positions with Fortune 500 companies such as MetLife and Prudential. His business career is distinguished with leadership of multi-million dollar projects that bring complex ideas to life. Prior to working in corporate America, he served the country as an Army intelligence officer. His business and military experiences over the last 24 years are complemented by an extensive background as an international volunteer worker in Central America, Europe and Africa.

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