John Laughland has created a masterful political and historic study that uniquely champions the cause and nobility of the sovereignty of individual nation states and their right to enjoy those liberal political values and democratic social freedoms that the Anglo-Saxon peoples have always enjoyed and globally championed.
The Tainted Source graphically demonstrates that the political, social and even intellectual freedom of all citizens of the EU are today in dire peril because of the dark and secret political agenda of a German-inspired, EU ambition to break the commercial power and world influence of, principally, the United States; but also any other liberal, freedom-loving nation-state, especially those current and former peoples of the British Commonwealth.
This well kept secret ambition towards a German-orchestrated EU Superstate has been fully supported every step of the way by France, who hopes to share power at any ultimate, world decision-making table. We are shown, that in order to realise this, the EU has, and will continue, to absorb most European nations into its sinister orbit; even having firm plans (already in motion) to closely affiliate itself with Russia, as it attempts to dominate international politics and commerce for all time. Simultaneously, the EU is actively attempting to suppress freedom of intellectual thought and choice within its expanded 'new imperial' frontiers, by spinning a powerful and consistent web of lies and deceit designed to mask the EU's true ambition and also to allay most suspicions until it is too late for any individual nation to offer a legitimate democratic resistance to this age-old Teutonic ambition!
The history has been very carefully researched and John Laughland's facts are flawless, and yet this intellectual, highly-informed author writes with the fluency of Stephen King. No citizen of Europe or the USA can afford not to be aware of this book and its secrets revealed, for once revealed, the facts become fairly disturbing.
An absolutely fascinating book for all cross-sections of today's increasingly well-informed generations; a work of great scope yet pin-point accuracy that is not afraid to leave the reader with a tremendous sense of unease because all things European are not always quite what they appear to be.