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A RESOUNDING CALL TO DEFEND AMERICA'S SOVEREIGNTY AND SAVE OUR NATION FROM GLOBAL ECONOMIC TAKEOVER -- FROM THE #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF THE OBAMA NATION AND THE LATE GREAT USA Between President George W. Bush's "new world order" and the unprecedented governmental growth and massive redistribution of wealth under President Barack Obama, the United States risk A RESOUNDING CALL TO DEFEND AMERICA'S SOVEREIGNTY AND SAVE OUR NATION FROM GLOBAL ECONOMIC TAKEOVER -- FROM THE #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF THE OBAMA NATION AND THE LATE GREAT USA Between President George W. Bush's "new world order" and the unprecedented governmental growth and massive redistribution of wealth under President Barack Obama, the United States risks losing the greatest middle class ever created in the history of the world. In his groundbreaking new book, Dr. Jerome R. Corsi blows the whistle on a movement to undercut the fundamental principles of limited government that our Founding Fathers fought for and died for trying to establish. As policy-makers manipulate the economic panic of our times to advance a globalist agenda that threatens American sovereignty, we must protect our independent and self-governing nation and preserve the decades of economic power and military strength we have enjoyed since the end of World War II . In America for Sale, Corsi explains the globalists' plan to put America on the chopping block. While the radical Left promotes socialism and the radical Right champions unbridled free trade, valuable jobs are being outsourced, our national borders erased, and our dollar destroyed before our very eyes. Foreign investors are buying up U.S. assets, from financial-services firms to public infrastructure such as highways. We are on our way to a European Union-type North American common market and a one-world government. With constructive solutions for resisting the global New Deal, reversing our dependence on foreign oil, and strengthening our middle class, Corsi shares important and practical strategies to help American families survive an imminent economic depression. The United States can be a major player in the world economy without sacrificing our sovereignty, the strength of our national domestic economy, or the dollar. America is for sale -- unless taxpayers stand up and say "NO!" to the globalist political agenda that threatens our great nation's freedom.


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A RESOUNDING CALL TO DEFEND AMERICA'S SOVEREIGNTY AND SAVE OUR NATION FROM GLOBAL ECONOMIC TAKEOVER -- FROM THE #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF THE OBAMA NATION AND THE LATE GREAT USA Between President George W. Bush's "new world order" and the unprecedented governmental growth and massive redistribution of wealth under President Barack Obama, the United States risk A RESOUNDING CALL TO DEFEND AMERICA'S SOVEREIGNTY AND SAVE OUR NATION FROM GLOBAL ECONOMIC TAKEOVER -- FROM THE #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF THE OBAMA NATION AND THE LATE GREAT USA Between President George W. Bush's "new world order" and the unprecedented governmental growth and massive redistribution of wealth under President Barack Obama, the United States risks losing the greatest middle class ever created in the history of the world. In his groundbreaking new book, Dr. Jerome R. Corsi blows the whistle on a movement to undercut the fundamental principles of limited government that our Founding Fathers fought for and died for trying to establish. As policy-makers manipulate the economic panic of our times to advance a globalist agenda that threatens American sovereignty, we must protect our independent and self-governing nation and preserve the decades of economic power and military strength we have enjoyed since the end of World War II . In America for Sale, Corsi explains the globalists' plan to put America on the chopping block. While the radical Left promotes socialism and the radical Right champions unbridled free trade, valuable jobs are being outsourced, our national borders erased, and our dollar destroyed before our very eyes. Foreign investors are buying up U.S. assets, from financial-services firms to public infrastructure such as highways. We are on our way to a European Union-type North American common market and a one-world government. With constructive solutions for resisting the global New Deal, reversing our dependence on foreign oil, and strengthening our middle class, Corsi shares important and practical strategies to help American families survive an imminent economic depression. The United States can be a major player in the world economy without sacrificing our sovereignty, the strength of our national domestic economy, or the dollar. America is for sale -- unless taxpayers stand up and say "NO!" to the globalist political agenda that threatens our great nation's freedom.

30 review for America for Sale: Fighting the New World Order, Surviving a Global Depression, and Preserving USA Sovereignty

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kristy

    This is an eye-opener in how our Country's souvernity is quietly being sold--the loss of our own currency. It also has a section on how middle-class families can survive and how we as citizens can get our country back.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Isaac Hamlet

    The saddest part is that I chose this book VOLENTARILY for a civics project... Jerome R. Corsi, Ph.D, published the book America for Sale, in 2009. The book is [suppose] to be about how the economic situation of the United States will one day bring us to our own demise. The book tell us about how the past to presidents have pushed the U.S. Further and further into dept and the agenda of, “globalists managing the economic crisis.” The first section of the book does what it is suppose to. Corsi exp The saddest part is that I chose this book VOLENTARILY for a civics project... Jerome R. Corsi, Ph.D, published the book America for Sale, in 2009. The book is [suppose] to be about how the economic situation of the United States will one day bring us to our own demise. The book tell us about how the past to presidents have pushed the U.S. Further and further into dept and the agenda of, “globalists managing the economic crisis.” The first section of the book does what it is suppose to. Corsi explains to us how Obama's stimulus plan was pushed through congress (p.1), and how the U.S. is virtually bankrupt; he then relies heavily on economic statistic to project where we are headed. He fails to mention Bush in direct relation to any part of the economic crisis and doesn't even touch on what “The War on Terror,” has done to us economically. He exceeds however, in calling out Obama and the Democrats on their many faults. In fact he bluntly states that our situation is Obamas' fault, not Bushes (pg. 27). Granted on many occasions he will say,“both Democrats and Republicans are to blame...” but he seems to place the weight on the shoulder of the Left, more particularly, on Mr. Obama. He then projects where Obama will take us according to to top economists who, let's face it, are consistently wrong, often missing their estimates completely. The closest he comes to blaming Mr. Bush or the republican party for anything is when he recalls the growth of the mortgage bubble after 9/11 (pg.43) when the Federal Reserve was headed by a Alan Greenspan, during the Bush administration; and Key Democrats heading the “abuse of the mortgage system,” and mentioning how Republicans (and apparently Bush to some degree) backed them (pg. 50). I would suggest that Corsi balance his opinions, I was able to guess from the intro. That he was Republican, but that doesn't mean he can't call out the faults of his own party. He must admit that starting a war when the U.S. Was aware of the upcoming baby boomer situation was not a good idea. I acknowledge that Obama has not had the best timing with his health care bill and poor judgment by immediately resorting to stimulus packages, but he is no the only one at fault. In the next section, Corsi talks about how our search for green energy is a bad idea and that the way we do things now is more than sufficient; he also touches briefly on American jobs and illegal immigration. Corsi has done his research in this chapter, he displays a large number of statistic figures showing one how a green planet is more expensive than one run on gas, oil, coal, and other foils fuels. He believes the best thing to do for the economy is to get more of our resources locally and criticizes solar panels and other such things as being little help (pg.73). The author does acknowledge that expanding on green energy is good and should be endorsed (pg.74), but continues on to say that oil is safe, seeing as (contrary to popular belief) the amount of oil we believe is in the earth as well as the amount we pump out is at an all time high (pg.75). Corsi thinks that we should become less dependent on foreign oil (pg.95), saying it would stimulate the economy at home. He recognizes that this is a job that Americans might not want to do and might be handed off to illegal immigrants. However, he argues that there is “no job an American won't do.” (pg.108.) One might point out though, that it is a fact oil is a finite resource and, despite Corsi's belief (pg.85), the world is not made of oil and other resources. In this section Corsi fails to do what he exceeded at in the former, he fails to project the futur. When he criticizes green energy he does not account for where technology will take us in the next five, six, ten years. Green energy can only become more affordable as time goes on, but mining for oil and other resources is a less certain field and is subject to fluctuation as time goes on. Corsi's next section is all over the map, he talks about globalism any uniting North American (and eventually the world,) but, as of yet, establishes no firm position. The author says that no time would be better to unit the world, economically speaking (pg.149). At the same time though he talks about how “...globalists put America up for sale decades ago,” (pg.134). A good deal of this section is spent talking about the euro and how Europe became united and it isn't until about page 157 that he starts talking about how it all effects us. Ultimately he thinks that a globalized government would destroy America (pg.159). He goes on to say that the world is economically driven by the United States (pg.165). The biggest problem with this section is that Corsi contradicts himself, at times seeming to be in favor of a united Earth and at others being almost religiously opposed to it. He looks at the situation in black and white, Democrat and Republican, left and right, he only looks at things two ways, one of which he is bias toward, not bothering to give the other a second glance. This comes out particularly well when he talks about a republican rules world (pg. 142). Corsi doesn't bother with the benefits of a world government, choosing instead to label it as bad and expect the reader to follow his word blindly. It would be nice to hear about the benefits as well as options for a world government other that Republican. After all there are more than two political parties in the world, he doesn't even consider a form of government that is drastically different from one America has. The penultimate section elaborates on destroying the dollar and the globalist agenda, instead saying we need to become more American. At this point it is easy to tell that the author rejects the idea of a globalist agenda (pg.212). Corsi doesn't believe that trade with countries that treat their workers like China should be able to trade with us; he says it's our debt rate and reliance on China that prevents us from standing up to them (pg.218). The rest of the section essentially expands on the ideas he had in the previous one and suffers from identical flaws. There are the points though he makes about China and doing trade with other governments in this chapter though. While he is right that a lot of our kindness to China is a result of debt, but ultimately the fact is China is a super power. Even if we weren't so attached to them they pose a great threat to us. If we owed any other country so much money, (particularly in Asia) we would invade them in a heart beat, at least we would in our current situation (where we not at war.) At one point Corsi says we should cut forgien spending in other countries (pg.216). This is all well and good but what about spending at home? The author doesn't seem to think there is anything that we at home (or at least the upper class,) can afford to loose. In the final section Corsi talks about how we can save money and stay American. There is really nothing to say outside of that. Corsi does not recommend any way the government can help in this final chapter, he instead talks about how individuals can. Even worse he is giving advice to a middle class is is obviously not part of (pg.240), his suggestions are either simplistic, obvious, condescending, or all of the above. There is a point where he recommends that a person live with their nuclear family (pg.224), and getting multiple jobs (pg. 226.) On might look back at their high school civics class and recall that the government will start to become a tyranny when the people are to tired from work to think. According to Corsi that is exactly what will happen and there is nothing to do to stop it. On top of that he has the audacity to preach about being a patriot. There is a part where he says effectively the same thing as Mr. bush did: “Either you with us or you're a terrorist.” (pg. 237). This is without a doubt Mr. Corsi's lowest, and most bias, moment. The entire book has an republican undertone that can be easily disregarded. There are moments however when the book is so opinionated that you can't help but scoff in disgust. His book starts promisingly enough, the ending though is extremely disappointing, as he offers no plausible solution to the problems he spends the rest of the book elaborating on. The complete title of the book is America for Sale: Fighting the New World Order, Surviving a Global Depression, and Preserving USA Sovereignty, in the end you are given hype only to be told the situation is hopeless. Section 1 One: The USA Bankrupt Two: The Mortgage Bubble Bursts Section 2 Three: Still Depending on Foreign Oil Four: Exporting Jobs While Importing an Underclass Section 3 Five: Meet the Globalists Six: Here Come the Cheap Chinese Goods Section 4 Seven: The Plan to Destroy the Dollar Eight: Say “No!” to the Global New Deal Section 5 Nine: Strategies for Middle-Class Survival in Economic Hard Times Ten: The Rise of Twenty-first-Century American Patriots MLA Works Cited Entry: Corsi, Jerome R. America for Sale: Fighting the New World Order, Surviving a Global Depression, and Preserving USA Sovereignty. New York: Threshold Editions, 2009. N. pag. Print.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Taneka

    What I liked about this book: He didn't place the blame for the economic recession of 2009, which we are still feeling in 2017. He blamed ALL of the political actors. He mostly spoke on President Bill Clinton, President George W. Bush, and President Barack H. Obama and their policies that created the recession and made it to where the U.S. is going away from a sovereign nation to a global nation. What I disliked about this book: He made it seem that if you are a true patriot, you will listen to hi What I liked about this book: He didn't place the blame for the economic recession of 2009, which we are still feeling in 2017. He blamed ALL of the political actors. He mostly spoke on President Bill Clinton, President George W. Bush, and President Barack H. Obama and their policies that created the recession and made it to where the U.S. is going away from a sovereign nation to a global nation. What I disliked about this book: He made it seem that if you are a true patriot, you will listen to him and follow what he says. I don't like it when people try to make patriotism in his or her own right. I am a patriot because I love my country, not because I am against foreigners coming in or want to overthrow the government because it is not living up to my image. He presented some "solutions" that I liked, such as, preparing for a second or third career. But a great deal of his suggestions, such as, extended families living in one house, sounds too much like moving backwards to me. My experience is that too many adults living in one house makes a big mess, especially when egos are at play. We are not third world people that marry and move to our husbands' family's house and everyone lives together. Also, he made a statement about the French protest and how they wanted more pension. What he failed to mention is that they were also willing to pay more taxes in order to retain those benefits, health care and college tuition included. He talked about cutting taxes for corporations, but from what I have read, corporations have found loopholes in the tax code allowing them to pay less than their fair share. He also talked about cutting social welfare programs, but didn't mention cutting subsidies to corporations. What I learned from this book: There is a quiet push to put us in an Union similar to that of the European Union. It would include all of the Americas if I am not mistaken. Also, although I already knew this, he mentioned the importance of owing your personal residency. I give you one better, own your own land. For the life of me I can't understand why we as Americans don't understand the importance of land ownership. I also learned that undocumented persons are not subject to U.S. laws. Yeah, I thought that was crazy too, but he talked about a gang member that raped and murdered two U.S. women and his embassy tried to stop the trial. Apparently President Bush tried to get the trial stopped as well. Things are changing and although Corsi tries to give us solutions to push back the tide of globalism, I think it may be too late. We are use to cheap items. Materialism has grown our nation. People make talk about giving it up, but it is just talk.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Brian Katz

    This was an excellent book. Though it was written in 2009, the author did a great job of explaining a few concepts that I had not previously focused on. I would really like to see what the author would have to say about the economy in 2019 and the progress made by the USA since this book was written. He did an excellent job of explaining what globalists from the right and the left want to achieve, and why neither is right for the United States. We need to protect our sovereignty as that is what This was an excellent book. Though it was written in 2009, the author did a great job of explaining a few concepts that I had not previously focused on. I would really like to see what the author would have to say about the economy in 2019 and the progress made by the USA since this book was written. He did an excellent job of explaining what globalists from the right and the left want to achieve, and why neither is right for the United States. We need to protect our sovereignty as that is what makes us exceptional. Somehow, the economy can and should be a global concept, but I reject that in order for the economy to work globally, that borders and sovereignty must be sacrificed. Nope, I’m not buying it. I see the globalists as using this as an excuse to achieve a one world government, and that’s just blasphemy.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Peggy Parsons

    Excellent explanation of the complicated lead up to housing bubble and the movement to globalization. Corsi looks back into recent history and sites both Republican and Democrat policies that have undercut American sovereignty. Listened to this on audio and was still able to follow along. Recommend reading.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Elena

    Really not a good audio book. The author has a lot of important points to make which are rather alarming. However, he is a horrible reader and someone should have told him not to record it himself!!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Fredrick Danysh

    An exploration into how the United States is becoming intertwined economically with the rest of the world and how trade agreements are pulling her into what is rapidly becoming a world government with the loss of national identity. It is a thoughtful political read.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Rich

    Good, non-partisan look at how both parties have mortgaged out future in the name of globalism. It's depressing from the standpoint that people are lining up to vote Obama a second term when he's done everything Bush has done, and worse, to encourage a loss of American sovreignty.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Colby

    Sobering and scary read about the destruction of our national sovereignty by the globalist cabal. Most people don't have a clue that this is happening.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    I am actually reading this for fun, not for school. This was Rob's recommendation.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Glen Demers

    A great waste of paper and ink.

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    Mark Engelen

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    Levi Williams

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    Pamela

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    David Bowman

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    Dave/Maggie Bean

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