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Diversity Is Our Strength.
War is Peace.
We have heard the left use the phrase “Diversity Is Our Strength”. But what does that mean exactly? I never really knew until the last few years. What it means is no white people. OK, that is a pretty dark thing to say to an entire race of people. So, why do they hate us so much? They want to replace us with any race as long as it isn’t white? Well, you can really over think this. When the actual answer is very simple. The white Christian is the bedrock on which this country rests. If your goal is to destroy this country then it makes perfect sense. If you do your research you will find out that they have been boiling the frog for the last 100 years or more. This is the long con that only extremely evil people would ever want any part of. This is evil. This is madness. There are a number of authors over the last hundred years who tried to warn us. This is their plan. Here is a list of the authors and their books who were trying to warn the future. The time is now. Hell on earth is being planned.
Here are a few books about this this hellish future, this is now our reality. What is a police state. What is double speak?
Author: George Orwell
A books so eerily prescient that a multitude of its terms are now commonplace in our modern world. Big Brother, Room 101, Newspeak and 2+2=5 all originate from Orwell’s classic tale. A disturbing, dystopian world of constant surveillance and government-controlled media for sure, but one which, uncomfortably, we recognise more as real life than when Orwell wrote it in 1949.
The Windup Girl (2009)
Author: Paolo Bacigalupi
A modern dystopian classic, Bacigalupi describes a world where catastrophes are commonplace, global warming has caused huge sea level rises and biotechnology rules, with mega corporations – calorie companies – controlling food production. Set in Thailand, he creates a vivid dystopian environment and, like so many on this list, an entirely believable one.
Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep? (1968)
Author: Philip K. Dick
A literary phenomenon and one that inspired the equally successful movie Blade Runner, it’s all built within a post-apocalyptic society featuring – of course – hover cars and robots. Following the nuclear ‘World War Terminus’ and the resulting radiation poisoning, animals are rare and unfeeling androids proliferate. Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? forces the reader to consider what it is that really makes us human.
Brave New World (1932)
Author: Aldous Huxley
Inspired by the Utopian novels of H.G.Wells, Huxley sought to write a book with a polar opposite prediction of the future. He managed it with some style, by painting an image of a cold world with numbing drugs, organised reproduction, no concept of family, and brainwashing from birth. While superficially a hedonistic environment, it soon becomes clear that this is no place to live: if you cannot feel pain, can you ever truly feel joy?
We now live in this world, prepare accordingly.