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The Coming Battle-Lost For 100 Years!

I just want to share an incredible read called "The Coming Battle"

Now, read for the first time in almost a century, the book that documents how and why our elected representatives and the banking money power deliberatly created the national debt. The Coming Battle, first published in 1899, is the chronological history of the usurpign of every American's sovereign rights by the unseen money powers and their agents.

READ how recessions, depressions, and panics are created at will and how the stock markets are manipulated for power and gain.

READ how the manufacturers, with the backing of the money power, import cheap foreign labor, resulting in countless labor riots.

READ how the money power took control of the influential colleges and universities in the United States.

READ how the money power created starvation and suffering in a nation of plenty and how small family farms are set up for foreclosures.

READ how silver was demonetized by the money power, resulting in a five -year depression, that devastated the people and the western regions of the United States.

READ about the Democratic platform of 1840.

READ how the banking money power fleeced the treasury of our gold and silver and replaced it with their worthless paper money.

READ how legislation was signed and passed into law pledging every American citizen as collateral for the repayment of all government debts in gold and silver.

READ about Napoleon The III, attempting to unite nations under a common currency.

READ about the corporate takeover of America.

Told in breathtaking detail with proof-positive evidence taken from Congressional records, newspaper reports, writings of the day, and statements by our founding fathers. You will not read about this in any history book!

A chilling and all-too-true saga of power run a muck. Must reading for all Americans who want to know where and when our country went wrong!

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Looks good.

I'll try to read it over the weekend. Thanks.