Who is Destroying America?

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Xlibris Corporation, Nov 13, 2007 - Political Science - 241 pages
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Who is Destroying America?
By Allan C. Stover

Who is Destroying America? is as controversial as a book can get. It contains updated columns from my online works for the former Toogood Reports and others that were unpublished when the website closed down. It covers topics that worry most Americans, including Islamic terrorists, illegal immigration and our porous border, criminals, the United Nations, religion in America, the ACLU, the liberal agenda for America, abortion, our liberal courts, drugs, gun control, politicians, public prayer, reverse racism, our liberal media, and the decline of morals in America, among others. It’s guaranteed to get you riled up.

A number of events in my life inspired me to write the material in this book. The major even occurred during the Goldwater election of 1964. One major newspaper and the three networks had provided all of the news and commentary possible where I lived. My opinions often clashed with those I read and hear, and I wondered whether something were wrong with me for swimming “upstream against the mainstream of America,” or at least what the media then led us to believe was the mainstream. I heard Goldwater speak for about 45 seconds on TV one evening and was awestruck by what I heard. He spoke of things I hadn’t read or heard in the media, about God and freedom and limited government and traditional values and the American Way. I realized then that I’d been propagandized to believe there was only one side every issue.

Later, my company assigned me to the Philippines, and I was there when Ferdinand Marcos declared martial law and established a dictatorship. What made such an impact on me was how so many—Filipinos, Americans, and others alike—had accepted the dictatorship, even welcomed it, believing that a strong government would bring needed reforms. Too late, we realized that he was worse than the evils he promised (but failed) to reform. In 2001, I had a small chance to spread the word when my novel, The Evil Ones, was published. This novel was a story of good versus evil, the evil ones being those who are working to destroy America. I’ve always hoped that those who read the novel would begin helping in their own small way to slow the destruction of our beloved country.

In 2002, I was asked to write a weekly column for the popular conservative Christian website, The Toogood Reports. This book contains my columns, brought up-to-date, and some that weren’t published before the website closed because of the deteriorating health of the editor’s wife. Yes, there are people working to destroy our country for their own evil reasons, but the most prevalent is their desire to reduce our nation to a province of a one-world government. We must pass this message on to other Americans and encourage them to also pass the word. Our future and the future of our children and grandchildren depend on us.

Here are three chapters of the book to give you an idea of what you can expect:

REMEMBERING THE SLAUGHTER OF 9/11

Have you forgotten how it felt that day
To see your homeland under fire
And her people blown away?
Have you forgotten when those towers fell?
We had neighbors still inside
Going through a living hell...


“Have You Forgotten?” Darryl Worley/Wynn Varble.

It’s been almost four years since the carnage of 9/11. Only on the anniversary do we remember—at least for a day or so—the slaughter of 3,000 innocent people by Satan’s warriors on Earth. Too many Americans have forgotten the bloody lessons of that day. On September 11, 2001, I was working in Saudi Arabia—home of 15 of the 19 hijackers—and had just returned from a shopping trip when an American friend called. “Turn on the TV, “ he shouted. “They’re attacking us.” v They sure were. All evening, I watched on satellite TV as United Airlines flight 175 crashed into the South Tower again and again
 

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