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Book Review: “The Killing of Uncle Sam: The Demise of the United States of America” by Rodney Howard-Browne and Paul L. Williams
If we went for a coffee today, we could talk about this book.
How Did I Get this Book?
A couple of months ago, I took a short term contract to do some market research for a small group project in conjunction with a local church. One of the people that I interviewed became an instant friend. He had recently started attending The River where Rodney Howard-Browne is the pastor. Over coffee, my new friend insisted that I read this book and sent me a copy.
What is it about?
This book follows the vision of a small group of men in the late 1700’s that were distraught over the “loss” of the United States from the British empire. They wanted to see the empire reunited, and for the English to rule the world.
The story opens in South Africa. Cecil Rhodes becomes the main figure who organizes secret societies of very rich people around this vision for English domination. The story is told in gripping detail of Cecil’s life, successes, setbacks, vices and legacy.
From there, it moves briefly back to Britain and then centres in the United States. Most of the remaining pages document significant events in U.S. history through the lens of the major banking or financial families in the world. It ends in 2019.
The author is aiming to give the complete story of what has been referred to as “the deep state.”
What did I think?
I couldn’t put it down. I don’t have a rebuttal for it’s interpretation of events or sources. I’ve seen some of this material here and there, but never laid out in one story from front to back. It’s changed my perception of the world and deepened my concerns with our elites.
The chapters on the Civil War, WWI, WWII, the CIA, the Mother Boxes and 9/11 are explosive.
It didn’t go unnoticed that JP Morgan Chase bought First Republic Bank a couple of weeks ago for pennies on the dollar.
Oh yes, Rodney Howard-Browne wrote a couple of poems in the back of the book. I don’t think he wrote anything else. This looks like the work of Paul L. Williams. And, to his credit, he partnered with Howard-Browne so more people could read it.
I’ve already recommended this book to at least 5 people after I finished it. After reading a portion of it, they were just as stunned as I was.
May God bless America.