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Origins of the 4th World War Paperback – January 1, 1998


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  • Paperback
  • Publisher: Gilliland Printing, Kansas; 2nd edition (1998)
  • ASIN: B000EVFCK8
  • Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.5 x 0.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,532,501 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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In 1999, he said it would happen no later than 2000.
Perpetual Student
American culture and defacto weakness and collapse is presented in a clear and logical manner.
anthony c lobaido
The book is full of facts and years of Nyquist's research.
DeAnn Rickers

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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Albion W. Knight Jr on May 25, 2000
Format: Paperback
J. R. Nyquist tells a truth that even knowledgable Americans do not want to hear: We are not necessarily the world's only superpower and while we have been busy bragging, the Russians and the Chinese have been busy developing producing and deploying new nuclear, chemical and biological weapons. We are endangered not by missile attacks from rogue nations, but from China and Russia who are capable of threatening us with modern weapons we have intentionally neglected to build. Mr, Nyquist lays out his case in a series of notes, each one standing alone, but which cause us to think. He has made a real, but unpleasant, case. We should take his warning seriously.
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27 of 32 people found the following review helpful By William Jennings on January 7, 2001
Format: Paperback
I bought two additional copies of this book to loan to friends who I care for and who care for the future of freedom in our country and world.
During the period of time that the Warsaw Pact, Berlin Wall and the Soviet Empire were supposedly falling, I was assigned to Augsburg, Germany with the US Army. Taking classes there with the University of Maryland's European Division in Soviet Political Thought, I first became aware of the warnings of Anatoliy Golitsyn. I became convinced early on that what I was witnessing was nothing less than the greatest deceptive orchestration ever in human history - with the most ominous implications.
In the ensuing decade, despite my desire to believe that the West had won the Cold War, the evidence of Golitsyn's warnings became ever strikingly real to me, but the overall picture was still hard to define.
Once I read J.R. Nyquist's book I was awe-struck. Finally, someone had unraveled all the complicated pieces of the fraud and put it all together in an easy to read fashion. The grand deception became crystal clear to me.
Nyquist's book is a compilation of relatively short memoranda. The breadth and scope of the issues he presents are absolutely necessary to fully understand the deeper motives behind the minds that would construct such an enormous Trojan Horse.
My prior assignments in the military, including the US Army Intelligence and Security Command, have taught me to be mindful and alert to what might lie behind the supposed apparent. Such is the case here.
Russian deception has been defined as a "Forrest of Mirrors." Much of what we think we know, even at the highest levels of our own intelligence community, is only illusionary.
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18 of 23 people found the following review helpful By "jmcnew@epix.net" on March 12, 2001
Format: Paperback
Most readers would find this book interesting but few it seems have the courage or care enough to take it at face value. It is truly horrifying. It is not fiction. It is real. Virtually all of the critisism I have seen levied against Mr. Nyquists writings are little more than personal attacks and do nothing to debunk items he presents as fact. Anyone taking the time to read this book seriously and coroborate Jeffs sources, and augment that with some research of their own, will realize that current global trends cannnot, and will not go on forever. The current leader of Russia was the head of the dreaded Soviet KGB. Despite their adamance in denouncing the NMD effort, Russia has had an ABM system for decades. They are currently depolying advanced road and rail mobile 6th generation ICBMs - the Topol-M. They have had for decades and continue to develop an unparalelled civil defense infrastructure. This list goes on and on. Much of this can be found in this book, and all of it can be corroborated through reliable news sources, if one takes the time to do so. This book comes highly recommended to anyone that would like to have some good insight as to what to expect in the coming decade and would like to have some contol over their own future.
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28 of 37 people found the following review helpful By anthony c lobaido on May 25, 2000
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J.R. Nyquist is a superb writer and first class intellect. His knowledge of American national security issues is top notch.
In this book, Mr. Nyquist paints an ugly yet truthful picture about America's current moral state. We tolerate too much weakness, he says. Additionally, America and the West have lost their vision, traditions, morals and culture.
Mr Nyquist points out that America might well be attacked by Russia in a nuclear Pearl Harbor.
His last two chapters could be a novel of their own. In them, J.R. paints a picture of America after such a nuclear attack. It reminds one of Hollywood apocalpytic movies like The Postman, Miracle Mile, The Stand and Red Dawn.
His description of a Super General who will rise to assume leadership over America after such a nuclear attack is scary yet most likely prophetic. Such a war will bring about much cruelty.
Once Russia [or another enemy or combination thereof in assymetrical, tactic or theater-wide threats] attacks, weakness will no longer be tolerated, he says. Men will get their manhood back. We will treasure our children to help them survive. Abortion will probably be frowned upon. Families will be paramount. Hollywood liberals will find their world turned upside down.
The best line in the book comes when Nyquist points out that some entities in the West have made billion dollar fortunes while "destroying our national morals and intelligence."
Of course there are many great lines. And Mr Nyquist has catalouged all of his ideas, numbering many of them.
In the end, one can see that Americans are delusional about our current state. The stock market will crash. We have funded and armed our enemies, like North Korea, China and Russia. Our military has been ruined.
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