Yahuti: The Man Who Is Not Here With Hands Upon Our Shoulders Whispering In Our Ear

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Xlibris Corporation, Nov 6, 2012 - Fiction - 536 pages
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“I have stated before that the world is not your friend. Nations have little interest in the United States other than what they may gain from her – dead or alive; pick her pockets, or pick her bones, it matters little to rag-picking nations. However, America, your danger has become far more profound than ever before. Your external enemies pale in comparison to the beast that currently is consuming you alive – from within.

Your deadliest enemy is to be found within your own borders now. This enemy is multi-faceted, and relentless. It is your own government. Your own government, at all levels, is at war with the American culture, the American economic and military superiority, the American identity, American citizenship, American education – literally everything that has made America unique for three hundred years is under assault from within. Unless this trend is immediately rectified, any attempt to protect your country from external enemies will be useless.

What are you prepared to do about that?”

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Foreword by the Editor
The Editor
Chapter 2TheAgreement
Chapter 3Howells Opening Chapter 4Nui Coto Chapter 5PreMission
The Committee
Chapter 11Instrument ofTheCommittee
Editors Comments
Chapter 12Nguyen Ba Dinh
Chapter 13Flower Chapter 14Rickman St LouisMissouri November 2002
Chapter 18Kreschenko
Chapter 19Crean
Future Preparations
EpilogueThe Editor
Mallorys Final Note


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About the author (2012)

 “Yahuti is the most realistic and terrifying

novel I’ve read in years. Gary Brosch provides

a chilling window into The Committee where

secret agents execute international conspiracy

to subvert and manipulate the planet’s highest

levels of business, banking and government.

Yahuti is a brilliantly written master work that

redefines the definition of thriller. “

Paul Evancoe author of Violent Peace

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