SACRAMENTO, Calif. (PRWEB) January 10, 2012
A fictional novel that is about America’s debt crisis and how China successfully infiltrates its political system, establishes political clout, buy up its debts, overtaking the world and eventually becoming the new superpower is in the book titled The Rainbow Zhanlue written by Jack D. Waggoner.
Filled with accurate facts and figures lifted from congressional records and current news accounts, this story presents a much deeper insight on what could possibly be an intelligent political strategy of the Chinese government to overrun and overrule the world’s superpower in the United States.
This novel tells about China’s strategy of infiltrating the American political system and buying up their debts which could signal the government losing control of everything in its hands and marks the eventual fall of the United States triggering the birth of China as the world’s most powerful nation. With this looming scenario, the rest of the world will fall in line and those who will resist will be dealt with by the People’s Liberation Army.
An eye-opener of a story, this book awakens the mind of the readers as to what could possibly happen if China overtakes the United States as the world’s leading superpower in terms of economic growth and military might. For years, everyone taught that the United States is an indestructible force as far as economy and military strength is concerned. But, throughout those years too, China is slowly crawling its way up and catching in on its rival western countries.
With its thought-provoking plot, this book will definitely appeal to readers and anyone who is very much interested in the current political maze that is happening in the world today in particular with two of the world’s most power countries, one from the East and the other from the West.
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The Rainbow Zhanlue * by Jack D. Waggoner
Publication Date: December 6, 2011
Trade Paperback; $34.99; 407 pages; 978-1-4653-0836-8
Trade Hardback; $23.99; 407 pages; 978-1-4653-0837-5
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4653-0838-2
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