From abortion-on-demand and same-sex marriage to multicultural madness to banning God in school to "gays" in the military, millions of Americans today accept ideas and behaviors that horrified all previous generations. Why?
There is just one book that completely and clearly explains how all this is accomplished – how lies are packaged as truth, corruption disguised as freedom, godlessness sold as liberation – and how we can free ourselves from the deception that surrounds us.That book, of course, would be the hack-job penned by WND's managing editor, David Kupelian.
As proof of how great Kupelian's book is, WND offers something those of us experienced in writing and publishing refer to as "quotes"-- not from his book, of course (you need to shell out your hard-earned 4.95 for that), but from people that read it. You see, some people liked it, and, surprise surprise, some didn't. And WND, out of the goodness of its heart (and desire to get you to spend 5 bucks) has graciously included some of those brilliant quotes on its website for your reading pleasure. Observe such brilliant insights as:
"Worst book ever – he is a liar."
'If you're a hateful, narrow-minded loon, then this book is for you!"
But wait, there's more. WND doesn't just want you to buy overstocked copies of their editor's five year old hardcover book (incidentally, guys, Amazon can do better), they also want you to know that their magazine is freaking awesome. This time it's not just them who thinks so:
"Opening this book is like turning on the Sun. – Mr. David Kupelian has written a remarkable book that reveals how the American public has been taken down the slippery slope of moral relativism."
"David Kupelian has authored a masterpiece that belongs in every home in America next to the Family Bible."
"This book really pulls back the veil on evil. A must read for anyone that cares about the future of our nation."
Many readers consider Whistleblower to be simply the world's best newsmagazine.Yes, according to some statistics I just made up, a whopping 50% of readers said they consider Whistleblower more important than the sun, while 22% said they thought the sun was more important in terms of life-sustaining abilities, but less useful in terms of spare bathroom reading. 15% said they would marry the magazine if it were legal and if such an option were given official sanction in the Bible but that since it's not they would have to spend a life sublimating their true desires so they could be living examples of Christian morality. And 2% went into crazy fan-girl seizures at the mere mention of Whistleblower magazine and had to be hospitalized overnight.
Ah, WorldNetDaily. You'll always be my sun. Especially in the "giant ball of hot air" kind of way.