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God's Plan: Save America by Destroying Current Government
 
Larry Klayman envisions John Galt-like scenario out of Ayn Rand's 'Atlas Shrugged'
 
By Larry Klayman
WND
November 20, 2020
 
In her famous book "Atlas Shrugged," written in 1957, during a time in the country's history when it was thought that communism was on the rise — today it truly is — Ayn Rand created a character named John Galt, who, along with other powerful people, checked out of society when a corrupt government, in exercising dictatorial powers, dumbed down our body politic by falsely making all people "equal," that is, reduced to mindless moronic zombies. The goal of John Galt and his followers was to deprive a corrupt government of their expertise, in effect allowing the United States to be taken down to ground zero, in order that someday it could resurface to recreate the vision of our Founding Fathers on July 4, 1776 — a free, capitalist nation where individual achievement thrived.

 
 
 
 
 
Order Klayman’s It Takes a Revolution: Forget the Scandal Industry!
 
How to wage a peaceful revolution to restore rule of law, ethics, and morality to the nation
 
With a title that satirically mocks Hillary Clinton, this book details how our executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government have become thoroughly corrupt and failed the citizenry. This work is a call to arms during these times of crises, when government corruption has hit a “cancerous state.” The overriding message is that Americans should turn off cable news, get up off of the couch, and join the second American Revolution to restore the greatness of our nation in these perilous times.
 
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