100 Years of Deception

“First and foremost, we do not have a government that is of the people.”

Author Adaschik offers a complex collocation of evidence illustrating that the America of its founders is no longer the country of individual freedom and representative government that those early leaders envisaged. He establishes corroborations for this thesis arrayed in ten initial chapters tracing the gradual diminution of a representative democracy since the year 1913 when the Federal Reserve Act was passed. Adaschik contends that the act was the beginning of a conspiracy among people he refers to as “Banksters”—wealthy individuals whose goal was to control the nation’s (and the world’s) finances for personal gain. In influencing the government to establish the Federal Reserve as the country’s central bank, Banksters were ensuring that they, rather than the American people, oversaw its finances. In the wake of the act came income and wage taxation, harsher work conditions, inflation, and credit/credit cards usage becoming the norm. The funds in question were used, Adaschik states, “to corrupt the entire world.”

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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.

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Alan R. Adaschik

Alan R. 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 and subsequently, qualified for Navy flight training. He received his wings as a jet fighter pilot in 1966 and after completing his tour of duty, earned and MBA from Long Island University. Al has 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 a financial administrator for the City of Fort Lauderdale. Al is also the author of While We Sleep—A Story of Government Without Law and An Alaskan Adventure—A Travelogue and Environmental Treatise.

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