America was created to be a land of opportunity, where the individual could take an idea, develop it, and create wealth in the process. Unfortunately, not everyone agrees with this notion. An enemy has arisen in our midst, one who has single-mindedly worked to subvert and even destroy this opportunity.
Surprisingly, it is those we have elected and entrusted with managing our federal government and its burgeoning bureaucracies who are running the country into the ground. Operating under the arrogant delusion that theory is wiser than experience, they have given us an endless stream of programs. Instead of correcting our social ills, these programs have only exacerbated the problems and actually createdmore challenges due to the unintended consequences of incompetence, mismanagement, and corruption.
Author Ziad Abdelnour, a financier who's made a career of empowering entrepreneurs and creating opportunities, has been on the front line of battle in this economic war--a war between those who create wealth and those who believe they have some sort of divine mandate to appropriate it. Now, in Economic Warfare, Abdelnour lays out a plan for restoring economic freedom in the United States and around the world. Along the way, he reveals the true nature of the enemy that threatens to destroy the free market capitalist system that has made this nation great. He also shows where the weakening of our system began, how it was accomplished, and by whom. But unlike many books out there, Economic Warfare actually provides some strong and serious solutions for overcoming the forces against wealth creation, and lays out a strategy for not only surviving in today's turbulent financial environment, but regaining the economic freedom that has marked American exceptionalism. For nearly one hundred years, we have allowed our public servants to operate based upon the theory that bigger government is better government, no matter the cost. That theory has nearly destroyed us.
Page by page, Economic Warfare
Strips away the veneer to reveal the true agenda behind our expanding central government
Describes the damage that has been inflicted upon the American economy in the last few years, making the case for the indisputable charge that we are involved inan economic war for survival
Details Abdelnour's personal strategies and vehicles for wealth creation, and outlines tools that can be used on a global scale
Gives a rundown of areas in which we, the people, can and must demand accountability and fundamental change from the next administration that moves intothe White House
And much more
Armed with the insights found here, you'll discoverwhy engaging in the wealth creation process, instead of relying on big government and big business, is the best path to prosperity.
Other reviews are doing a good job telling what this book is about. I'd like to reinforce them here as well. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Angie
I really enjoyed this book. It was a great read and so true. I couldn't put it down. I highly recommend this .Published 11 months ago by Jaime
Economic Warfare:Secrets of Wealth Creation in the Age of Welfare Politics is a book that goes deep into examining the very basis of our economic system as well as the very basis... Read morePublished 17 months ago by May Salha
The book kept me entertained, and at the end of the day that is the primary reason I read books. The book was filled with authors' opinions and I think they did a good job of... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Christopher Hedges
In 2008 I was so busy building a funded company that, frankly, I barely noticed the crash...until suddenly I did. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Patricia de la Mota
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It is full of great stories, practical insights into today's America, and very well thought out ideas. Read morePublished 19 months ago by A Nixon
Ziad's straight talk on wealth and wealth creation and coming from him means serious business.We are living in times of utmost deception and lack of knowledge about the systems... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Abha M Banerjee
We live in a world of compromises. Writers trying to please many in order to sell more. This book is saying the truth and no more, come what may! Read morePublished 24 months ago by Roy