How Do You Kill 11 Million People? (Thomas Nelson, 2012)

downloadSome reviews need no explanation. Simple quotes from one of the most powerful books I have ever read. How do you kill 11 million people by Andy Andrews.  You need to buy it… and soon.

Pour over some of these quotes that I took from the book, then buy it!

The danger to America is not a single politician with ill intent. Or even a group of them. The most dangerous thing any nation faces is a citizenry capable of trusting a liar to lead them. ~Andy Andrews. How do you kill 11 million people?


In the long run, it is much easier to undo the policies of crooked leadership than to restore common sense and wisdom to a deceived population willing to elect such a leader in the first place. Any country can survive having chosen a fool as their leader. But history has shown time and again that a nation of fools is surely doomed. ~Andy Andrews, Author of How do you kill 11 million people.


Jews: At last, it can be reported to you that the Russians are advancing on our eastern front. I apologize for the hasty way we brought you into our protection. Unfortunately there was a little time to explain. You have nothing to worry about. We want only the best for you. You will leave here shortly and be sent to very fine places indeed. You will work there, your wives will stay at home, and your children will go to school. You will have wonderful lives. We will all be terribly crowded on the trains, but the journey is short. Men? Please keep your families together and board the railcars in an orderly manner. Quickly now, my friends, we must hurry. (taken from the book How to kill 11 Million People by Andy Andrews.)


In Mein Kampf, Hitler’s autobiography, he wrote, “The great masses of the people will more easily fall victim to a big lie than a small one. (16) The book was widely read by the German people at the time.

The masses believed him anyway. Or at the very most, they ignored him. It is a fact that fewer than 10 percent of Germany’s population of 79.7 million people actively worked or campaigned to bring about Hitler’s change (17) Even at the height of its power in 1945, the Nazi political party boasted only 8.5 million members. (18)

So the remaining 90 percent of Germans–teachers and doctors and ministers and farmers–did… what?  Stood by?  watched?

Read the rest in his book. It will take you an hour to read.  America needs to see this.

The Criminalization of Christianity (Multnomah Books)


51GK-xa7cDL._SY344_BO1,204,203,200_There is a war going on for the future of our country. Most people know that. What they may not know is that if Christians lose, the result won’t merely be enduring public policy we disagree with—it will be a prison sentence for those who oppose it. We’ve all seen the attack coming. First the Supreme Court said kids can’t pray in school. Then the Ten Commandments were ripped from the classrooms. Now pastors are being removed from their pulpits and put in jail for speaking out against homosexuality (Sweden). And things are only getting worse. How in the world did we get to this place? And why is it that Christians are singled out in this assault on morality? Serving as a wake-up call for America, this book will expose the truth that Christianity is being criminalized—and that we must stand up against it now .

As a Christian in this country, you may be understandably reluctant to speak out on moral issues like abortion, homosexuality, or pornography. But while we have the right to remain silent, that’s not what God calls us to do.

Because if the world can silence the truth, it will silence the gospel.

Story Behind the Book

In 1997, Janet Folger heard a speech by Bob Knight of the Family Research Council in which Knight said that the ultimate goal of the homosexual movement was the criminalization of Christianity. At the time, Janet considered his comment to be an overstatement. But then she watched, listened, and learned. Now pastors in Sweden are being thrown into prison for speaking against homosexuality from their own pulpits. Canadians are being fined tens of thousands of dollars for refusing to print materials they are morally opposed to. Can an intensified assault in the U.S. be far behind?



Not on My Watch (iUniverse, 2012)

A Mom's Fight for the Heart and Soul of Her Country

A Mom’s Fight for the Heart and Soul of Her Country

“Not on My Watch” is a personal journey of a mom who saw a need to step out of her comfort zone and make a difference in her community, her state and her nation. It is a call to action!