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Reviewed by Vincent Dublado for Readers' Favorite
Robert Kirkconnell carries a broadsword. In Volume II of American Heart of Darkness: Macro Social Evil in the Post JFK Era, he gives us an exclusive, in-depth look at the political assassinations of John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, and Robert F. Kennedy, and he doesn’t stop there. This book has no sacred cows as he rolls out an exposé on the People’s Temple and what makes Reverend Jim Jones the anti-Christ. He equally sheds light on what the government conceals about HIV, narcotics, incarceration, and the war on terrorism. This book is an unequivocal warning to the American populace that a pathocracy in the higher echelons of the political system is pulling the strings and the dangers their actions will bring if we do not stop them.
The investigations contained herein are so explosive that it will make you re-evaluate how you look at the foundations of the system that is supposed to protect you. Can you handle the truth? You are welcome to accept these exposés or throw them out altogether. But then, what Mr. Kirkconnell is saying is worth considering. It takes courage to face some of these revelations, and maybe your life will turn out for the better if you join the crusade for political change. American Heart of Darkness should not be read as a bashing of America. Hating is reactionary and reflexive. This book hopes to renew America as a force of good by inciting readers to think and look at America with a critical eye. It is an eye-opener and it hopes that we shun how the system has conditioned us to think.