If we do not take charge of this problem there will be no chance of the American dream for our children and grandchildren.
Johnson City, TN (PRWEB) November 05, 2012
America’s greatest threat might not be outside of its borders – it may be inside according to former FBI agent Robert Allen Hamlett and his new book “Wake Up America.”
According to Hamlett, Americans should be more concerned about what is going on inside the country. He reveals his concerns about contemporary America, along with suggested solutions.
During Hamlett’s time in the FBI, he witnessed many kinds of government corruption, as he was involved in investigating fraud within various U.S. agencies. This experience has given him insight into what truly goes on in the U.S. government, which he believes will lead to the nation’s destruction if U.S. citizens do not stand up and demand change.
“Americans must stand up for their rights as they did in the 1960’s and demand equality and accountability by government officials. The system must be changed,” he says.
Hamlett calls the American people to band together and take action to improve their government. He is not just warning Americans about what goes on in their government, but he is also offering solutions for fixing many of the country’s problems, from financial woes to criminal justice reform to education.
“If we do not take charge of this problem there will be no chance of the American dream for our children and grandchildren. This country will fall from within. No terrorist needed,” Hamlett says. “The time is now.”
“Wake Up America”
By Robert Allen Hamlett
ISBN: 978-1-4772-5462-2 (sc); 978-1-4772-5463-9 (hc); 978-1-4772-5461-5 (e)
Approximately 128 pages
Available at http://www.amazon.com and http://www.barnesandnoble.com.
About the author
Robert Allen Hamlett spent over twenty-five years as an agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. During this time, the author conducted investigations of fraud, murder, bank robbery, etc. Many cases were conducted on the state and federal level. Most cases were joint efforts with other federal agencies or state and local police departments. He has a Master’s degree from East Tennessee State University. Today Hamlett spends his time volunteering for CASA and a local homeless shelter.