IN THE PRESENCE OF OUR ENEMIES by Ellen McClay
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The book is described by the author as “In the Presence of Our Enemies: A History of The Malignant Effects in American Schools of the UN’s Unesco and Its Tranformation of American Society From The Lips of Those Who Did It.”
In the Presence of Our Enemies, a new paperback, details UNESCO’s origin, meticulously and painstakingly researched to give you facts which have always been obscured — how America’s schools have been the object of social and cultural changes by slow poison — just as little drops of water over long periods of time wear away stone, creating stalactites and stalagmites, unrecognizable as the stones from which the erosion started. You need to know who they were and what they did — behind your back — and what are the sources of the cultural wars now being fought in classrooms and courtrooms. This is part of the conflict of the ages which started with Lucifer’s revolt in Heaven, extended through the tower of Babel down to modern times and the 20th century Tower of Babel on New York’s east side — the so-called “United Nations” — having produced more wars than in all history.
Culled from hundreds of government documents, histories, textbooks, the end goal has always been world government, a world society, a world religion, now under construction by UNESCO and friends for 2020 and beyond.