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5.0 out of 5 stars Very interesting and a eye-opener!
I found this book to be very interesting, I couldn't put it down, I wanted to know what is going to happen next. Mr. Kinman is very knowledgeable, of the end times. I have told my friends they need to read this book. Two thumbs up for this book.
Published on 1 Oct. 1997

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1.0 out of 5 stars A Frightening Re-Hash of Conspiracy Theories
As an evangelical Christian pastor looking at Kinman's work I was stunned at his approach to prophecy that I though was dead and buried. Using questionable sources such as Mary Stuart Relfe, Texe Marrs and as well as old conspiracy theories from the John Birch Society, Kinman weaves a fantastic tale of the world's plot against America. He portrays UN troops on...
Published on 9 Sept. 1998


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very interesting and a eye-opener!, 1 Oct. 1997
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This review is from: The World's Last Dictator (Paperback)
I found this book to be very interesting, I couldn't put it down, I wanted to know what is going to happen next. Mr. Kinman is very knowledgeable, of the end times. I have told my friends they need to read this book. Two thumbs up for this book.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A Frightening Re-Hash of Conspiracy Theories, 9 Sept. 1998
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This review is from: The World's Last Dictator (Paperback)
As an evangelical Christian pastor looking at Kinman's work I was stunned at his approach to prophecy that I though was dead and buried. Using questionable sources such as Mary Stuart Relfe, Texe Marrs and as well as old conspiracy theories from the John Birch Society, Kinman weaves a fantastic tale of the world's plot against America. He portrays UN troops on American soil as if they were eager and ready to slit the throats of unsuspecting citizens if they had the chance. While it is loosely based on Biblical prophecy, it reads more like the propaganda of a secret militia. The frightening thing is that in the latest edition on page 318, he is practically calling for armed insurrection against the government. Frightened? You should be. Kinman's attitude and arguments have the potential to recreate the Oklahoma bombing all over the U.S.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Bad evidence and faulty logic result in a poor argument., 6 Jun. 1999
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I consider Kinman's attempt to explain "The New World Order" a comedy. Kinman's idea of "proof" consists of unsubstantiated "facts" followed by questionable interpretations. For example, if you look at the context of many of his quotes pertaining to the UN Charter, you can see that the stated purpose, goals, and methods of the UN are nothing like whate Kinman tries to plant in your mind. The outlandish claims, quasi-based on the Bible, (a version of) history, and current events ring of lunacy.
As with anything, read it with a critical eye.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Learn about coming events that will stun the World!, 5 Jun. 1997
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America in peril:

A secret plan for house-to-house seizure -- the confiscation of all U.S. citizens' guns.

The Military:

Why did the President of the United States sign the five branches of the military over to the United Nations on May 3, 1994?

Foreign troops:

One-half million foreign troops training on United States soil . . . why?

Satanic goal:

An implantable micro-chip in the hand or forehead of all the earth's people by the year A.D. 2000.

Concentration camps:

Why are these camps being built across America?

The coming money crash:

Seventeen steps of preparation for crisis days.

There is a plan to bring America into a New World Order -- a one world government. Behind this plan are powerful, global, mega forces that are on an inexorable, relentless path to establish on planet earth a super world government by the year A.D. 2000. These forces believe they have it almost within their grasp, and they are about to make a dash to the finish line.
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