In the first three volumes of the Clash of the Two Americas, we were introduced to the two opposing currents shaping all American (and world) history from 1776- the present. One tradition representing the best renaissance concepts of God, Law, Freedom, and Value which were enshrined in America's founding documents, and for which every US president who died in office sought to awaken, while the other tradition represented the worst traditions of oligarchism that oversaw the plunge of humanity into empire, wars, Crusades and depopulation over the eons.
In this fourth volume of the series authored by Matthew Ehret and featuring a special contribution by Cynthia Chung, you will be introduced to the origins and structure of those oligarchical operations at a level of depth and resolution you have never imagined possible.
Volume four is divided into eight acts, with the first section revealing the scope of Rhodes Scholar penetration of the US government across the 20th century followed by a broad overview of various "conspiratory theories" that have been created to deflect the minds of truth seekers away from any causal nexus of history.
After demonstrating the still-existent power of the British Crown as an active force in the world to this day, and dispelling the myth of the "American Empire", you will be introduced to the question: from where did the British Empire emerge?
To answer this question, you will be taken through a deep dive into the oligarchy's capturing of Rome over the dead body of Cicero, whereby the republican traditions were lost and an empire was born. You will then be able to appreciate the incredible fight led by St Augustine of Hippo against heretical perversions within early Christianity during the last days of the Roman Empire.
The path of the oligarchical parasite is then traced migrating to Venice and thence to Britain during the "Glorious Revolution" of 1688.
How this multifaceted parasite purged England of its humanist impulses converting a once-viable national character into an empire and how a young colony broke from that Empire is discussed at length followed by several acts documenting the epistemological battlegrounds that have served as the frontline war to re-conquer both the United States and the western world over the course of the 20th and early 21st centuries.