The Blue Communism

The Blue Communism

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This book was written by a man who lived under communism from birth until the age of 23. He lived in America since 1973 and continued observing the progress of communism in both his old country and in America. An interesting pattern was observed. In the nineties, a repetition of communism's style of evolution, which the author had lived through as a teenager in communist Romania, started manifesting itself in American politics. The only difference was that the new style of communism taking over the USA was far more refined and subliminal, because it had to grow gradually and undetected. While practically all the escapees of red communism were able to observe and suspect the new communism taking over, the native Americans (Americans born in the USA) did not suspect such a thing, nor is there currently a suspicion of this most dreadful of situations-with the exception of an extremely small percentage. This book explains, in detail, the circumstances to the point at which even a mediocre individual can understand, provided that mediocre people read the book. No book has ever been written explaining America's takeover by communists. No book has ever informed Americans of this danger, and as unbelievable as it sounds, hardly any American suspects this takeover. Only by reading this book can the real situation be understood.show more

Product details

  • Paperback
  • 215.9 x 279.4 x 29.97mm | 1,469.63g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508785945
  • 9781508785941

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