Who’s really to blame for America’s catastrophic financial meltdown and devastating national recession? Contrary to what the “Occupy Movement” might tell you, it’s not greedy Wall Street executives. No, as one of America’s top financial professionals reveals in this shocking book, the real culprit is economic warfare, with our foreign enemies exploiting our lurking financial weaknesses.
In Secret Weapon, Kevin Freeman unveils how all the evidence - including motive, means, and opportunity - points to America’s foreign enemies deliberately pushing our economy over the brink.
In this stunning exposé, Freeman reveals:
- The evidence linking Communist China and Islamic finance to economic warfare against the United States
- Why initial reports linked the 2008 stock market crash to economic terrorism - and why the Obama administration continues to look the other way.
- How the financial attack unfolded - and how the perpetrators tried to cover their tracks.
- Why you should expect another financial attack even more devastating than the last one - and how you can protect yourself from it.
In Secret Weapon you’ll learn what our enemies know and what the Obama administration has chosen to ignore - that our financial system is profoundly vulnerable to financial terrorism and that we are being targeted for further and even more destructive attacks by our enemies, who want to cripple America’s position as the world’s leading economy. If you want to protect yourself and protect our country, then you need to read Secret Weapon to understand how we have entered a new age of warfare - an age our enemies want to make the Dark Ages of the United States.
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- 21 04 2018
Great book and very eye opening as to what goes on behind the scenes in the economic community. Kevin Freeman’s a very gifted man.
- 27 02 2012
Wish I had never bothered to purchase this book. No that I have read that much of it as the author seems to have formed his own set ideas on this subject, I thought it would be a real look at this subject to enable the listener to form his own ideas and question the usual accounts. Very disappointed..