Goodbye, Europe? Hello, Chaos?: Merkel's Migrant Bomb Paperback – 23 May 2017
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- Paperback : 256 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0990926222
- ISBN-13 : 978-0990926221
- Language: : English
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About the Author
J. Michael Springmann is an attorney and former diplomat who lives and works in Washington, DC. He holds two degrees in international affairs in addition to his law degree.
Springmann spent nine years as a diplomat-five in Germany, two in India, and nearly two in Saudi Arabia
-with the US Department of State. Prior to leaving the department, he served in its Bureau of Intelligence and Research. He has belonged to a number of Arab and Muslim organizations and has received a Pro Bono Attorney of the Year award from the American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee.Now a writer and political commentator, Springmann is also the author of Visas for Al Qaeda: CIA Handouts That Rocked the World, which discusses America's destabilization of the Balkans, South and Southwest Asia, and North Africa to achieve international goals.
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Not only are these migrations not what they appear to be, they are apparently a slow-moving form of warfare much more difficult to defend against than conventional military movements. Migrants have become instruments of war.
I highly recommend this book for those wishing an insight into geopolitics in the twenty-first century that is radically different from the past.
Author J. Michael Springmann shows how mass migration is used as a weapon to destabilize nations. He explains how it has been
done in the past, how it is currently being used in Europe and who is behind this weaponized migration, including some NGOs,
billionaires, corporations and of course, intelligence agencies. Springmann shows how forced migration is a form of warfare used by the US to destabalize the Middle East and weaken Europe. The information in this book is well documented with 354 footnotes. I would also highly recommend his previous book "Visas for Al Queda".