Killing America : A 100 Year Murder: 40 Historical Wounds Bill O'Reilly Didn't Write about
***50 Page Illustrated Booklet*** A Project of TomatoBubble.com*** By now, most Americans, regardless of their political persuasion, have come to realize that something is not quite right in America. You may not be able to put your finger on it, but you sense it instinctively. How can you not sense it? For the first time ever, both the majority of the younger and the older generations of America now believe that future generations will not be as prosperous as their parents' generation was. And that's only the economic pessimism. On the social and cultural fronts, how many of us can truly say that we are proud are what our society has degenerated to? Make no mistake; the America we once knew has indeed been murdered. How did we arrive at this point of perpetual debt, perpetual inflation, massive taxation, chronically high unemployment, disintegrating families, massive dependency on the state, perpetual war, and ever-worsening moral degeneracy, mass psychological depression, and cultural degradation? Who did it? Why did they do it? How did they do it? How was the 'murder' concealed from the American people? Through the use of 40 clear, concise and very easy-to-digest illustrated 'blurbs' (The 40 Wounds), Killing America: The 100 Year Murder will answer those questions for you. This is a mass-distribution booklet designed for 'crash-course' simplicity. Please share it with others.
- Paperback | 50 pages
- 208 x 272 x 8mm | 160g
- 27 May 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
About M S King
Based in the New York City area, M. S. King of TomatoBubble.com fame is a private investigative journalist and researcher. A 1987 graduate of Rutgers University, King's subsequent career in Marketing & Advertising has equipped him with a unique perspective when it comes to understanding how "public opinion" is indeed scientifically manufactured. Madison Ave marketing acumen combines with 'City Boy' instincts to make M.S. King one of the most tenacious detectors of "things that don't add up" in the world today. Says King of his admitted quirks, irreverent disdain for "conventional wisdom," and uncanny ability to ferret out and weave together important data points that others miss: "Had Sherlock Holmes been an actual historical personage, I would have been his reincarnation." King's other interests include: the animal kingdom, philosophy, chess, cooking, literature and history (with emphasis on events of the late 19th through the 20th centuries).