Will Our Children Ever Know Peace

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AuthorHouse, Nov 10, 2009 - Fiction - 548 pages
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Immigrant crime, terrorism and people smuggling are activities hardly heard of in the U.K. until the flood gates were opened to immigrants, so-called refugees and other illegally acquired citizenship. The politically correct notion that mass multiculturism is the way to go has been proven wrong, is wrong and will always be wrong. People from completely different cultures, beliefs, religions and ideologies have no common link to make it work, and the current impasse between Muslims and Christians or non-Muslims is causing major problems in countries like the U.K., France, the USA, Holland, Australia and elsewhere. No degree of "forced" multiculturalism will fix it, only severe immigration laws and deportation of immigrant, or the children of immigrant, criminals. This fictional account of one man's fight to rectify the situation is the basis of this thought-provoking book.

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About the author (2009)

Terry McIntyre was born and educated in North London then emigrated to New Zealand and now resides in Australia. A father of three adult children his working life has involved newspapers and sales and marketing roles with multi-national companies. This is his third book, the first, the very funny and thought provoking autobiography "Life's Little Hiccups for an Ordinary Man" and his first fiction effort, "Jake and the Invasion of England", both being available through Amazon.com. He has travelled extensively and his observations are utilised in his books. Is very interested in public perceptions and how they are guided by media and print. The media influence on people's thinking is a major factor in the careers of politicians, world leaders, sportspersons and others, and in many cases has created their downfall. The days of unbiased reporting and the fact that persons are innocent until proven guilty has made way for sensationalism, money and damaging, and often incorrect, magazine articles.

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