About the Book
100 Years Of Deception
The citizens of the United States have been played for fools for the past 100 years. Very few of us know what is behind events which have shaped our world. 100 Years of Deception, is one citizen’s attempt to shed light on the truth and inform people about what is behind the events we see happening today. The book starts out by demonstrating that passage of the Federal Reserve Act in 1913, constituted an overthrow of our government. Since then, the conspirators complicit in this tragedy have pulled the strings that make us dance and controlled our Nation’s media to keep us ignorant and compliant. Eventually, these conspirators infiltrated and gained control of the key institutions of our society. Through undue influence and propaganda, they have shaped how Americans think and view the world, which has left us hopelessly brainwashed. This book not only demonstrates that our government has been overthrown, it also provides an accounting of the catastrophic consequences the world has suffered because of these criminal conspirators. It also offers proposals for rectifying our deplorable state of affairs. As Americans we have a responsibility to seek and know the truth. Once accomplished, we will have the tools to put an end to the 100 years of deception which has shaped the world within which we live.
Alan Adaschik was raised in Brooklyn, New York. After high school, he became an engineering student at the University of Michigan in its Naval ROTC program. Subsequently, Al qualified for Navy flight training and received his wings as a jet Fighter Pilot in 1966. After completing his military obligation, he went back to school and earned an MBA in Finance from Long Island University. Al have worked as a Flight Test Conductor for the Grumman Aerospace Corporation, a Financial Analyst for the Singer Company, a Senior Financial Analyst for Pratt & Whitney Aircraft, and is a retired Financial Administrator from the City of Fort Lauderdale. In addition to writing 100 Years of Deception, Al is also the author of While We Sleep–A Story of Government Without Law and An Alaskan Adventure–A Travelogue and Environmental Treatise.
An Alaskan Adventure
Alan Adaschik’s lifelong dream was to visit Alaska; America’s last frontier and a place that abounds with wildlife and unspoiled wilderness. Upon retiring, Al and his wife, Gayle, sold everything and bought a motorhome to make his dream a reality. An Alaskan Adventure, is a narrative about Al and Gayle’s trip which highlights the places they visited and the wonderful things they experienced along the way. The adventure begins in Indiana. After negotiating the traffic jams of Chicago, Al and Gayle traveled I-94 across the Northern Great Plains visiting Minnesota, North Dakota, and Montana along the way. Heading North, they toured Glacier National Park and continued on to visit Yoho, Banff, and Jasper national parks in Canada. Afterwards, Al & Gayle picked up the Alaskan Highway which took them to the realization of Al’s dream.
While We Sleep
While We Sleep is a book primarily of letters and documents concerning three incidents of government corruption. Taken together, these incidents serve to illustrate that the government of the United States of America, is corrupt from its very top, down to its lowest grass roots levels. The first incident examined is the City of Fort Lauderdale’s deliberate dumping of raw sewage into New River, a river which flowed through the heart of the city. Ironically, while this dumping was transpiring, a city sponsored raft race ensued about one-mile down from the dump site, with citizens frolicking in the polluted soup the city created. Next, is an attempt by this author to jumpstart his stalled career with the City after taking steps to put a stop the illegal dumping. This attempt was through a formal grievance filed with the city, which was found to be without merit despite its merit being patently obvious to anyone who cared enough to examine the evidence. Finally, we come to the Congressional passage of GATT, which established the World Trade Organization, including United States as one of its members. This Trade agreement is in glaring and grievous violation of several key provisions of our Constitution, not the least of which it subordinated our President, Congress, and Supreme Court to the organization’s ruling panels. Despite this obvious and lamentable truth, GATT was approved by a majority of our elected representatives. Their ridiculous and absurd reasons, for so doing are documented in this book and clearly demonstrate their contempt for our Constitution and the sacred oath they swore as condition of the office for which they were elected.