Reprinted from NewsUSA Can America Survive a Nationwide Terrorist Attack?47 States Have Terrorist Cells Ready What would happen if loyalists of Saddam Hussein bombed 12 major U.S. cities one week before the presidential election, thrusting the ...
sting the country and the election into chaos?
Sound familiar? A similar scenario recently took place in Spain and could happen to other European and Asian countries that assisted America in the controversial war in Iraq and who have Americans living in or visiting them.
Many people, including political pundits, believe that more large-scale terrorism will come to American soil and the American people. The broadcast threat by Al-Zawahiri, leader of Al-Queda, that bomb after bomb will soon fall on America has the majority of U.S. citizens frantic with worry. Indeed terrorism has become one of the world's greatest fears and concerns.
"New splinter terrorist groups are organizing everyday who want to kill Americans around the world, making our safety questionable for generations to come," said Bruce Schwartz, author of THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY (Park Avenue Press, NYC).
His new novel tells the story of America in the early years of the twenty-first century, but was written in the 1990s before the events of September 11, 2001. Schwartz's book warns America about the potential for a nationwide attack.
His story details the destruction of twelve U.S. cities by Iraqi terrorists just days before a presidential election and results in America's second civil war. But Schwartz's version of civil war is not between regions; it is between classes and races.
"In the 1990s, hundreds of black churches were burned to the ground," Schwartz said. "Even today, prejudice is still rampant in America."
THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY'S release during this presidential election year will provoke many controversial discussion on where our nation is headed when it comes to foreign policy, race relations, terrorism, and politics. Schwartz portrays the near future as if it were the headlines of today's news.
Planned Television Arts, Schwartz's publicists, believe that right now is the perfect time to release this novel because his story could potentially become reality right before our eyes.
This chillingly prophetic novel has received rave reviews across the country because it makes the reader feel involved while it suggests what America must do to improve our society.
Number of pages: 424
Date of publication: 15/02/2004
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