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Lessons from Fallen Civilizations

Can a Bankrupt America Survive the Current Islamic Threat?
Narrated by: John Sipple
Length: 13 hrs and 40 mins
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Islam's aggression against the West has been constant for the 14 centuries of its existence. The armies of Allah conquered most of the Christian Middle East and nearly conquered all of Christian Europe twice. Americans know that the fall of Rome has ominous lessons for America. They instinctively know that there are always barbarians at the gate.

Using history as its guide, Lessons from Fallen Civilizations poses and answers the question: Can a bankrupt America survive the current Islamic threat? Today, millions of militant Muslims wake every morning plotting the destruction of the US. Many are among us. They are our neighbors and coworkers. Their mission is first to intimidate, then to destabilize our economy and ultimately to plant the black flag of Islam at the top of the White House.

Lessons demonstrates how immutable laws have always governed the fall of five great civilizations. It shows how those immutable laws can be seen to repeat over time and how they are at work now. It is a saga that chronicles the decisions, deeds, and heroics of our ancestors who saved the West. It identifies the decisions we must make and the actions we must take in order to remain a free people. Kelley's "Immutables" demonstrate how a declining America will fall at the hands of Islamic extremists.

©2015 Larry Kelley (P)2015 Larry Kelley

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  • Willard Sipple
  • 19-07-19

A truly great review of history.

Excellent study of ancient civilizations to current day threats to our way of life in our free democracy.