Hal Lindsey, author of the best-seller “The Late Great Planet Earth,” calls Jerome Corsi’s new book, “The Late Great USA,” a revelation of “a powerful elite who want to undermine our sovereignty before we realize it,” and now it has been returned to the No. 1 spot on the best-sellers list at Shop.WND.com.
The issues raised in the book – including the possible merger of the nations of the continent into a North American Union – certainly are key right now, with President Bush meeting the leaders of Canada and Mexico this week for a summit on the trilateral Security and Prosperity Partnership, which is being used to smooth the transition of goods and people across international boundaries.
That plan was launched by the leaders of the three nations in March 2005, but has been described by opponents as a major step forward in what appears to be an effort to unify the three nations.
In remarks that were reported as the meeting got under way in Canada, Stephen Dion, the nation’s opposition leader, warned of the coming integration of nations and said it now is time “to stop the negotiations from drifting into U.S. control.”
Corsi’s book provides the documentation for the claims of a merger plan. He notes that the elites in Europe who wanted to create a European nation knew that “it would be necessary to conceal from the peoples of Europe just what was being done in their name until the process was so far advanced that it had become irreversible.”
Using dozens of documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, Corsi sets out a chilling view of America’s possible “harmonized” future – one being created covertly, without voter input or Congressional oversight.
“Dr. Corsi has ‘connected the dots’ between the Security and Prosperity Partnership, the sale of toll roads and other infrastructure to foreign companies, and proposals for a North American Union with open borders between Mexico, the U.S., and Canada. ‘The Late Great U.S.A.’ is an essential read for anyone concerned about the future independence and sovereignty of the United States,” said Phyllis Schlafly, the president of Eagle Forum.
In second place is “Marketing of Evil,” by David Kupelian, WND’s managing editor, in which he describes the efforts to promote abortion, body-piercing, homosexuality, and other issues that Americans of a generation ago would have considered evil.
But today, instead, such issues are “sold” to the public through intensive marketing campaigns that play on the national values of fairness, generosity and tolerance.
“For example, few of us realize that the widely revered father of the ‘sexual revolution’ has been irrefutable exposed as a full-fledged psychopath who encouraged pedophilia,” the book says. “Or that giant corporations voraciously competing for America’s $150 billion teen market routinely infiltrate young people’s social groups to find out how better to lead children into ever more debauched forms of ‘authentic self-expression.'”
“David Kupelian dares to tell the truth about the overwhelming forces in our society which take us far away from our original American concept of freedom with responsibility, happiness with commitments, and traditional values,” said Laura Schlessinger, talk-show host and author. “‘The Marketing of Evil’ is a serious wake-up call for all who cherish traditional values, the innocence of children, and the very existence of our great country.”
“If you want to solidify your Christian worldview – or just understand what the culture war is all about – you owe it yourself to read David Kupelian’s ‘The Marketing of Evil,'” said Donald E. Wildmon, of the American Family Association.
In third is “The Death of Free Speech” by radio talk-show host and TV commentator John Ziegler.
He examines how the news media have created arbitrary, biased, and illogical rules for determining what can and cannot be said in the public arena. And Ziegler details how in almost every major case of “speech and punishment” in modern America, the guilty verdict was wrong and unjust.
From incidents involving Jimmy “the Greek,” Trent Lott, and Fuzzy Zoeller to Rush Limbaugh, John Rocker, and Jocelyn Elders, he blows apart the conventional wisdom that led to these public figures being unfairly penalized for expressing their constitutionally protected opinions and explains why others have been spared despite making similar statements.
His book warns of being targeted by self-appointed “thought police” and speaks to the audience from his own experience as a target. And he warns that free speech “is in grave jeopardy.”
Here are the Shop.WND.com top sellers for Aug. 14-20:
- “The Late Great USA – autographed”
By Jerome Corsi
- “The Marketing of Evil”
By David Kupelian
- “The Death of Free Speech”
By John Ziegler
- “Origins of the Fourth World War”
By J.R. Nyquist
- “Darwin’s Deadly Legacy (DVD)”
- “Radical Road Maps”
By James M. Hansen
By Yacov Rambsel
- “The Money Masters (DVD)”
- “Crude Politics”
By Paul Sperry
- “Pants on Fire”
By Alan Skorski
This list does not include WND’s two sister publications – Whistleblower magazine and Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin – always among the best-selling products in Shop.WND.com. If you’re not subscribing to these two great companions to WND, you’re missing out on the best monthly magazine and the best weekly, online intelligence newsletter in the world.