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Jim Allen expresses his fears for the future of this country in his book, Nothing is as it Appears, it's all Smoken Mirrors. “Somewhere in the Constitution it says that when government is no longer for the People, by the People, It is the People’s responsibility to restore it! I believe this is right where we are now.” Jim Allen shines a light on the conspiracies, treacheries, and deceptions taking place in the government of the United States. He cites events covering Project Blue Book, The Federal Reserve, the Kennedy assassination, Ruby Ridge, Waco, Oklahoma City, 9/11, UFOs and more. His purpose in writing this book is to inform the public; to make them aware of how our government is controlled by a group of wealthy businessmen of whom only three originated in the US.
In Nothing is as it Appears, it's all Smoken Mirrors, Jim Allen lays out his hypothesis in a simple and easy-to-understand manner. He approaches his topic with research and logic, and for many the information in this book will strengthen and justify their beliefs. But others will clock it up to another conspiracy theorist run amok. Although Jim Allen's book will polarize its readers, I personally found it interesting and powerful, and have already recommended it to a friend.