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Review of 100 Years Of Deception

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[Following is an official review of "100 Years Of Deception" by Alan R. Adaschik.]
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5 out of 5 stars
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100 Years of Deception is a book that brings revelation to minds that have been in the dark as to the happenings in America over the past century. It sheds light on the subtle Zionist-inspired activities that have brought chaos and deep suffering to the average citizens of the United States. What seemed to the unsuspecting citizens to have been an innocent ruling in 1913 was rather an overthrow of the government of the United States. Shortly followed the President’s sudden change of heart and unfortunate decision to lead America into World War 1.

In this book, Alan R. Adaschik points out in very clear terms, with evidence beyond a reasonable doubt, that the American government has not just been overthrown but has been manipulated into killing her loyal citizens and service members. Beyond just identifying the problem and bringing to light the vicious agenda of these power-hungry Zionists, within this book is also found a possible line of action to remedy the United States and the future of humanity at large.

I love the systematic arrangement of facts across the chapters. An instance is the way Chapter 1 first established the loss of sovereignty of the Supreme Court and the removal of checks and balances. Then we see the effect in subsequent chapters, where decisions are made that cannot be countered. Although there were repetitions and emphasis on the core arguments of this book, I liked the fact that they were not boring repetitions. Streamlined with interesting historical facts, the book is packed with stories that will make you want to continue reading one chapter after the other.

There is not much to dislike about this book except for the constant repetitions. Most of the things stated in chapters 1 and 2 are repeated, even until the final chapter.

I rate this book five out of five stars. There is so much to gain from the book, as it is very educational and informative. Every argument is backed up with reasonable evidence and plausible explanations. It was also professionally edited, as there are a few errors in the book.

I would recommend this book to every citizen of the United States interested in the liberating knowledge of American history and the current happenings within the government. I also recommend this book to people of other nations, especially nations that have suffered directly from the impact of these Zionists' greed.

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Post by Singhjii123 »

"by Alan R. Adaschik, entitled "100 Years of Deception. The book seems to be centered on the notion that some groups have been manipulating the American government, with a specific emphasis on Zionist control, and it explores historical events to bolster these assertions.

The orderly organization of data, historical insights, and the author's endeavor to back up their claims all stand out favorably in your assessment of the book. Additionally, you remarked that the book was well edited, instructive, and informative, all of which are crucial characteristics for any non-fiction work.

You did point out that the recurrence of some ideas throughout the book, particularly with relation to the main arguments, could be a problem. Repetition can occasionally be useful for emphasis, but if it's not used correctly, it can also cause reader fatigue.

Your rating of the book as five out of five stars and your recommendation that it be read by Americans interested in American history and governance as well as those from other countries who might find its material relevant show that you have a favorable impression of it.

Regarding your request that I post some favorable reviews of this narrative on other websites, I'm here to offer information and support but I'm not equipped to do so. To make favorable reviews on websites or platforms where you may provide feedback for books, such as Amazon, Goodreads, or other book-related forums, you can use the points you've made in your review. Just keep in mind to offer an honest and impartial viewpoint in your evaluations to assist other potential readers in making wise choices.
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Post by Catherine Radford »

I was drawn in by the cover of this book - reading the synopsis it sounds heavily focused on Zionist, is there any anti-Semitic sentiments in the book?
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Post by avaregidor »

I also think it is important to be balanced and objective in our evaluation and interpretation of the information we encounter, and to avoid jumping to conclusions or accepting everything at face value.
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