The book starts with as the title states, but then he drives the argument to a eco warrior stance. I do not know how he saves the dollar or the country by primarily an enviromental direction.
I mean to say in the book he states how China holds a lot of our debt and that is due to its productive base. Then in the same book he states to get away from any item that may hurt the enviroment. He then starts to speak about flash mobs and i dont even know what.
Mr. Vickers states he loves the USA, but also loves the New World Order. I am not sure how you unite those ideals, but he surely tries. He speaks of individual rights, but then speaks of collective mentalities.
I would have wished he would have either stayed on topic or would have wrote two books. One a purely economic look at the dollar and what would happen if it crashes. The second book could be for the person who wants to live on nuts and berries with your favorite cartoon animal.
Mr vickers rambles on about his Enviromental and moral beliefs instead of using the readers time as they wanted it used, in learning about the dollar and the possible dangers that the dollar may face in the future.
I wish they would have told me that this was just a crapy version of cliff notes to the first two books. My guess is Mr. Rawles needed an addition to his bunker so he pasted and clipped his way to this novel. Really you could not have any more detail? Why would you re-hash so much from the first two? Because it was already written and easy to do. Mr. Rawles you are better then that.
For the first time reader I will say buy the first two books they were OK, but then just re-read the first two and you have the third. I feel bad for his publisher he got hosed on the thrid book on the contract.
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