The Police Revolt of 2016 by Lawrence C. Mackin by Lawrence C. Mackin
(2015-10-08)

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The Police revolt of 2016 is an action packed, fast paced story of a diverse group of patriotic police officers, federal agents and military personnel whose lives become entwined through their efforts to uphold their oaths to defend the Constitution of The United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic. They begin to organize as the United States military is systematically weakened and downsized by Obama. As events unfold, they realize that the country is in much greater danger than they ever imagined. More and more police officers are murdered, and police survivors are investigated by Obama's Justice Department for defending themselves. While police are being persecuted by the media across the country, The Sons and Daughters of Liberty discover that there is a parallel revolution being planned from inside the White House itself. A group of radical Islamists allied with Obama's private internal army composed of units from the Department of Homeland Security and FEMA, are planning to establish an Islamic dictatorship within the United States. Against a backdrop of Soviet and Chinese military aggression, they must race to save the United States before they are discovered by Chinese Military intelligence.
The story combines current national and world events, religion, politics, illegal immigration, The Second Amendment and American history into a powerful and provocative novel that is sure to rile members of congress and liberal politicians, while simultaneously sounding a clear warning and wake up call to all Americans.
 

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Published June 30, 2015 by BookBaby. 250 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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