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The Fall Of America

Author : Elijah Muhammad
ISBN : 9781884855719
Genre : Religion
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This title deals with many prophetic and well as historical aspects of Elijah Muhammad's teaching. It chronologically cites various aspects of American history, its actions pertaining to the establishment and treatment of its once slaves, which is shown to be a significant cause of America's fall.
Category: Religion

The Fall Of America Premonition Of Death

Author : W.R. Benton
ISBN : 9781939812261
Genre : Fiction
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What if it all came crashing down? It started with the "Biggest" stock market crash in history. Banks shut down under the weight of their bogus investments, and the financial sector failed. People looked to the government to make it all better. They couldn't! Hyper-inflation, mass unemployment and infrastructure started to breakdown. The food trucks didn't show up at the stores and the shelves went empty. Things turned ugly fast when there was no power for long parts of the day... then forever. Cops, doctors, and trash collectors just stopped showing up for work when the paychecks were delayed too often, or just never came. Things started falling apart quicker after that. Whole regions declared a "State of Emergency" in an effort to maintain order and civility, but it wasn't always enough. Starvation, looting and murder became the norm. Then, our American civilization collapsed completely. The Fall of America: Book 1 Premonition of Death is the beginning of a new series, about an average man who's life goes downhill fast, once society breaks down. Set in the rural south, a scorched-earth showdown with some local thugs leaves John and his wife homeless, and on the run. He hears rumors of a survivalist group made up of former military personnel, and finding them may be his only hope. Just basic survival becomes vicious, resistance at any cost, as the devastated country comes under new siege—invading Russian troops. Keywords: upheaval, meltdown, breakdown, russian, invasion, collapse, disorder, dystopian, post-apocalyptic, prepper
Category: Fiction

Judgment The Last Trump And The Fall Of America

Author : Alfred Tofibam
ISBN : 9781603835251
Genre : Religion
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We are instructed by the Apostle Peter to pay careful attention to the prophetic word as to a light shining in a dark place. The Bible shows that the prophetic ministry was very difficult for the true prophet. Take for instance Jeremiah. He ministered for almost half a century and no one listened to him. On the other hand, false prophecy was common. False prophets prophesied what would please the people. False prophets are doing the same today: men pleasers. Biblical events point to the soon return of Jesus Christ. The church has been lured to sleep by the enemies of the cross and politicians. The last Trump is a warning for the world to prepare for judgment, to prepare to meet the God who created all mankind. God gave Adam and Eve dominion over the creation of his hands. They failed because of their disobedience to God by listening to Satan’s lies. Satan took over dominion of the earth. Satan is a liar and murderer and by these he rules the world ruthlessly. Satan is the spirit behind all disobedience, and works through human systems to accomplish his hatred of God and those who follow God. Satan is condemned to hell but he wants to deceive as many people to go to hell with him. Satan impersonates behind human empires and exercises his wicked rule of the world (Satan and his kingdom are revealed in Daniel 2; 7; Rev. 12; 13; 17; 18). God revealed to the king of ancient Babylon and also to the prophet Daniel the timeline of the rise, progress and fall of Western civilization. The last of those empires in succession was Rome that later became Europe. Prophecy shows Europe would conquer the world; “…it crushed and devoured its victims and trampled underfoot whatever was left. …” (Daniel 7:7) European colonization best describes this attitude revealed in Daniel. This is evident in the colonization of the Americas, where the indigenous peoples were devoured and trampled. The same can be said of the Aboriginals of Australia and the islands. Though not exactly the same, Africa has felt and continues to feel that ruthless colonization methodology (the worst of which was the forceful deportation, enslavement and dehumanization of black people in America). John 10:10 says that the thief comes only to steal and kill, and destroy. That is a fitting description of the colonial enterprise. In both Daniel 2 and 7, there is great news from our loving and Creator God. He will intervene not only to judge, but to redeem those who have believed in him. His messenger, the Son of Man will strike this edifice of human civilization beginning with the foremost nation, America, and smash them into ashes. In their place God will inaugurate the eternal kingdom of peace; “In the days of those kings, the God of heaven will set up a kingdom that will never be destroyed, nor will be left to another people. It will crush all those kingdoms and bring them to an end, but it will itself endure forever.” (Daniel 2:44; cf. 7:26-27) This is the hope of the believers; the true church of Christ, who is his bride. This is the hope that is offered to all in the gospel. There is time to believe in Jesus as long as The Son of Man is not revealed. But that time is short.
Category: Religion

The Decline And Fall Of The United States Of America

Author : Anthony Kishko
ISBN : 9781469180342
Genre : Fiction
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Politicianthe dirtiest word in the English language. says Jacob Pirandello Kharinsky, a character in this book hailed as the UNDERGROUND CLASSIC OF OUR GENERATION: The DECLINE and FALL of THE UNITED STATES of AMERICA part I. (A theme which implies many things, possibilities and perspectives.) Jake Kharinsky discovers himself in an unknown labyrinth, a clandestine initiation, and is unable to recall what leads him there. Stranger than fiction events and stories unfold...with aesthetic word play, symbolism, humor and an architectured structure, as if crafted and written by a musician, to lead one into an expansion of consciousness, a journey of the mind, right into the HEART & UNCONSICOUS of AMERICA and beyond. At times, engaging a psychological evaluation of the American political mind, and ways out of the swamps and wastelands. Jakes visionary pursuits for the meaning of life and his endless patriotic studies into the nature and origins of our political, social, and cultural realities leads him to write an Underground Notebook which will one day be a condensed guide for the coming dark era of: collapse, fascism, empire, civil war and revolution, though the Notebook is written with hopes towards identifying and preventing this disaster. (The Decline and Fall fleshes out what Emmanuel Goldsteins The Book, from Orwells 1984, may look like today.) America, as we are conditioned and believe we know it to be, is dissolving before our very eyes. Ask yourself: what is it that is not being said? This analysis is not a black and white, an Us vs. Them simplification or pessimism (as many still hold to valid ideals in a system that no longer works for We the people.) There is no simple view, traveling towards our future from the elusive illusions of the past. Prophetic, DYSTOPIAN, at times surrealin a exploratory epic seeking to make sense of it all, utilizing both fiction and non-fiction. Raising questions about how the spectrums of cultures and power influence and create our realities and consciousnesshow blind wealth, corruption, greed and propaganda orbit and control our lives behind seemingly invisible curtains and veils. Dynamic changes with every chapter and the flowing weight of compelling content draws and gravitates the reader to see the world differently and envision new possibilities. ( A recipe for REVOLUTION? A GENERAL STRIKE? In the organizing a grassroots Aquarian Renaissance Movement... ) Endless hours of entertainment and edifying knowledge & inspiration.*** A book unlike ever before written, yet following through on a lineage & fusion of varied literary traditions, schools of thought, and paradigms suffused with humor and knowledge. A justified literate denial of the two party bankster corporate diseased entity of the machine grinding our lives away. A welcoming and inviting challenge to trace the angst of our contemporary American wasteland and world nightmare to blaze through this storm. , Rebridge and pick up where our ancient Renaissance and organic connections were cut off, and leave the old world behind. GET INITIATED!!! Author can be viewed reading excerpt on Youtube under: information8090: [Back cover]: A Book for both genuine LIBERALS and CONSERVATIVES, and beyond, who are utterly disgusted with Democrats and Republicans... A genre of both Kafkaesque Dystopian fiction, & non-fiction (the Orwellian BOOK within the book), inviting the reader on a journey of Mind, Concept, Metaphor and Languageof questions and provocations, Aesthetics and Spirituality; to evoke, articulate, and gather all those things that are collectively on our minds, confused yet envisioned, as a Nation, and as a World; of which we all possess pieces, and herein begin to puzzle together these telling elements: Of Politics, History, Religion, Culture, Education, Philosophy and Deconstruction of our Ideologies, whose $old out and manipulated Idea$ have warped the
Category: Fiction

The Fall Of An American Rome

Author : Quentin R. Skrabec Jr.
ISBN : 9781628940626
Genre : Business & Economics
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This is the story of the de-industrialization of America, written by a Business professor with a background in steel company management who grew up in the city of Pittsburgh and loved its manufacturing environment. The book is based on the facts and aims to avoid any partisan political viewpoint -- which is not as difficult as it may seem, since both U.S. political parties support free trade economics. The story does not single out the union, the workers, management, politicians, or American voters and consumers, since there is plenty of blame to share. Even the economic policy of the country since 1945, which clearly must carry a large portion of the blame, was accepted for all the right reasons. Free trade was to promote world peace and democracy. No one foresaw the ancillary effects of the 1970s on the United States. Yet this approach has brought destruction upon our cities, workers, managers, and country. The author's perspective is one of a love for American manufacturing and those once-robust cities such as Detroit, Toledo, Pittsburgh, Akron, and so many others, that drove forward the American economy.
Category: Business & Economics

The Rise And Fall Of American Art 1940s 1980s

Author : Catherine Dossin
ISBN : 9781317017677
Genre : Art
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In The Rise and Fall of American Art, 1940s-1980s, Catherine Dossin challenges the now-mythic perception of New York as the undisputed center of the art world between the end of World War II and the fall of the Berlin Wall, a position of power that brought the city prestige, money, and historical recognition. Dossin reconstructs the concrete factors that led to the shift of international attention from Paris to New York in the 1950s, and documents how ’peripheries’ such as Italy, Belgium, and West Germany exerted a decisive influence on this displacement of power. As the US economy sank into recession in the 1970s, however, American artists and dealers became increasingly dependent on the support of Western Europeans, and cities like Cologne and Turin emerged as major commercial and artistic hubs - a development that enabled European artists to return to the forefront of the international art scene in the 1980s. Dossin analyses in detail these changing distributions of geopolitical and symbolic power in the Western art worlds - a story that spans two continents, forty years, and hundreds of actors. Her transnational and interdisciplinary study provides an original and welcome supplement to more traditional formal and national readings of the period.
Category: Art

The Rise And Fall Of American Technology

Author : Lynn G. Gref
ISBN : 9780875867557
Genre : Business & Economics
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He contrasts the commonly-held perception that the pace of technology is accelerating with the historical record. He highlights the people and the organizations which are responsible for America's technological largesse. The book "follows the money" to uncover the underlying trends. The beginning of a decline in technology development is detected using indirect indicators for clues. Impacts on the formation of companies, employment and productivity provide sobering reasons to enlighten others and demand a change in course. After considering the possibilities, the book proposes several constructive actions which avoid the proverbial tendency to "throw more money at the problem." The goal of the book is to provoke discussion and promote action where appropriate. Americans' standard of living is at stake. Tech-savvy readers will want to understand this issue so as to influence others. Long-range thinkers will want to factor these considerations into their prognostications. The titans of the technology-based companies can develop new and improved strategies based on the findings of this book. And, our elected officials may want to act before a catastrophic disaster confronts the nation. This book will strike a chord with everyone who is interested in America's future economic health. Specific audience groups include scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs, employees in technology based companies, government and corporate policymakers deciding the future of research and development (R&D) programs, government workers involved in the execution of government R&D programs and those thinking about a career in R&D. It is complementary to such works as Politics and Economics in America: The Way We Came to Be, by Richard E. Carmichael (Krieger Publishing Company, 1998), which explores political and economic history in order to explain the emergence of the United States' world economic dominance. Carmichael's book makes recommendations on how government could assist America's businesses in maintaining our economic leadership, but it does not address any aspects of technology development and associated issues. Closing the Innovation Gap by Judy Estrin (McGraw Hill, 2009), provides business leaders with concepts for leading their organizations so as to close the innovation gap with competitors. It focuses on the innovation environment within the organization, whereas Dr. Gref addresses the complete technology development cycle, its financing, America's rise to global dominance, and the specter of a national decline.
Category: Business & Economics

Are We Rome

Author : Cullen Murphy
ISBN : 0618742220
Genre : History
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Offers a compelling study that compares modern-day America to the rise and fall of ancient Rome, offering a series of warnings, nuanced lessons, and thought-provoking strategies designed to avoid the Roman Empire's fate.
Category: History

The Fall And Rise Of America

Author : Joe Hogan
ISBN : 9781449075484
Genre : Fiction
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A political thriller that will take you inside the minds of politicians, terrorists, assassins, and the movers and shakers. The continuing decline of our economy forces Joe Winston and his friends to create a new political alternative for voters. His intent is to prevent arrogant "professional politicians" from continuing their destructive partisan behavior, to offer effective solutions, and to offer leadership the people can trust. In the midst of the rise of the Restoration Party he discovers a foreign conspiracy designed to destroy America socially and economically. Tens of thousands of conspirators have penetrated our business, education, and governmental systems. Circumstances of the discovery prevents disclosure to intelligence agencies and demands that Joe and his friends enter the dark world of espionage where they will encounter brutality, treachery, and massive political manipulation. As the 2010 mid-term election approaches the voters will determine the role of the Restoration Party for the future. The question is will Americans vote for someone who actually tells the truth? This novel offers entertainment, inspiration, education, and even disappointment. The disappointment is that this is fiction not fact.
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The Pluto Files The Rise And Fall Of America S Favorite Planet

Author : Neil deGrasse Tyson
ISBN : 0393073343
Genre : Science
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The New York Times bestseller: "You gotta read this. It is the most exciting book about Pluto you will ever read in your life." —Jon Stewart When the Rose Center for Earth and Space at the American Museum of Natural History reclassified Pluto as an icy comet, the New York Times proclaimed on page one, "Pluto Not a Planet? Only in New York." Immediately, the public, professionals, and press were choosing sides over Pluto's planethood. Pluto is entrenched in our cultural and emotional view of the cosmos, and Neil deGrasse Tyson, award-winning author and director of the Rose Center, is on a quest to discover why. He stood at the heart of the controversy over Pluto's demotion, and consequently Plutophiles have freely shared their opinions with him, including endless hate mail from third-graders. With his inimitable wit, Tyson delivers a minihistory of planets, describes the oversized characters of the people who study them, and recounts how America's favorite planet was ousted from the cosmic hub.
Category: Science

The Rise And Fall Of Modern American Conservatism

Author : David Farber
ISBN : 9781400834297
Genre : History
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The Rise and Fall of Modern American Conservatism tells the gripping story of perhaps the most significant political force of our time through the lives and careers of six leading figures at the heart of the movement. David Farber traces the history of modern conservatism from its revolt against New Deal liberalism, to its breathtaking resurgence under Ronald Reagan, to its spectacular defeat with the election of Barack Obama. Farber paints vivid portraits of Robert Taft, William F. Buckley Jr., Barry Goldwater, Phyllis Schlafly, Ronald Reagan, and George W. Bush. He shows how these outspoken, charismatic, and frequently controversial conservative leaders were united by a shared insistence on the primacy of social order, national security, and economic liberty. Farber demonstrates how they built a versatile movement capable of gaining and holding power, from Taft's opposition to the New Deal to Buckley's founding of the National Review as the intellectual standard-bearer of modern conservatism; from Goldwater's crusade against leftist politics and his failed 1964 bid for the presidency to Schlafly's rejection of feminism in favor of traditional gender roles and family values; and from Reagan's city upon a hill to conservatism's downfall with Bush's ambitious presidency. The Rise and Fall of Modern American Conservatism provides rare insight into how conservatives captured the American political imagination by claiming moral superiority, downplaying economic inequality, relishing bellicosity, and embracing nationalism. This concise and accessible history reveals how these conservative leaders discovered a winning formula that enabled them to forge a powerful and formidable political majority. Some images inside the book are unavailable due to digital copyright restrictions.
Category: History

The Rise And Fall Of American Art 1940s 1980s

Author : Assoc Prof Catherine Dossin
ISBN : 9781472411716
Genre : Art
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This book challenges the perception of New York as the undisputed center of the art world between the end of World War II and the fall of the Berlin Wall, a position of power that brought the city prestige, money, and historical recognition. In her transnational and interdisciplinary study, Dossin analyses changing distributions of geopolitical and symbolic power in the Western art worlds - a story that spans two continents, forty years, and hundreds of actors.
Category: Art

The Fall Of The American Empire

Author : Jerry Bailey
ISBN : 9781587368042
Genre : Political Science
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"The Fall of the American Empire" not only asks thought-provoking questions about the state of the nation, but also proposes solutions to make the country prosper in the 21st century.
Category: Political Science

The Rise And Fall Of American Public Schools

Author : Robert J. Franciosi
ISBN : 0275976874
Genre : Education
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Offers a comprehensive and balanced evaluation of the state of public education in the United States.
Category: Education