TRINITY, Fla. (PRWEB) September 08, 2014
TRINITY, Fla. – Author Atos publishes an eye-opening exposé that reveals the detrimental circumstances caused by Partisan politics. Atos’ highly informative new book, “To Sir: With the Utmost Disdain!” (published by Xlibris), elaborates on his belief of how President Obama and several members of the Congress have been vaguely and shadily conducting the collapse of the constitutional republic upheld by America.
Atos states that he has been trained by the U.S. government as an intelligence analyst of Vladimir Lenin. This book shares his unyielding conviction of how ‘coincidental’ happenings, disappearances and statements supposedly stemmed from Obama and eighty members of Congress, a group whom he considers to belong in socialist groups in the United States of America. “What happened to four hundred thousand illegal immigrants who disappeared within the continental United States?” Atos questions, “Are they the seeds of cells, maybe your next-door neighbor who will react when called upon to overthrow our way of life and government? Time is not on our side, America. We must legally remove all these potential threats, including the usurper in charge.”
Without putting what he calls a ‘political spin,’ “To Sir: With the Utmost Disdain!” reveals and depicts author Atos’ belief of how Obama acts as a tyrant chameleon; shifting from Christian democrat to Muslim socialist when needed.
“To Sir: With the Utmost Disdain!”
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 54 pages | ISBN 9781499061437
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 54 pages | ISBN 9781499061444
E-Book | 54 pages | ISBN 9781499061451
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Atos was raised as an American and was taught that “the true American way is the only way” and “Partisan politics will be the downfall of this great country.”
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