Are America’s best days behind her? Nineveh: A Parody of the Present is an out-of-the box panorama of America’s waning days as a superpower, comparing her current state with the demise of five ancient kingdoms that have long since trodden the same downward spiral – Nineveh, Babylon, Persia, Greece and Rome. It’s anything but heavy-handed history, laced with tongue-in-cheek quips and prickly truth that the Western World needs to know.
NINEVEH: A PARODY OF THE PRESENT by Victor Schlatter
Most everyone would know the story of Jonah and the repentance of Nineveh at his somber warning, but few may know that the change of heart lasted only 150 years. Nor would they know (unless they read my book) that ancient Nineveh is now the modern Iraqi city of Mosul, and in ISIS occupation, terror, violence and massive bloodletting.
Ironically God’s prophet, Nahum, also told in Nahum 3:1 “Woe to the city of blood, full of lies, full of plunder, never without victims!” of Biblical renown. Jonah’s assignment was a temporary reprieve and blood massively flows once more. Nahum’s account of Nineveh cum Mosul is central to my 2008 book, “Nineveh: A Parody of the Present” which recounts Nineveh’s tragic fate by repeating history in Babylon, Persia, Greece and Rome plus a predicted Islamic incursion into Europe from the time of my writing, to a current flow-on of more of the same in 2009-2016 America.
We are now to observe whether the 2016 election will again bring a short reprieve or not? Thus, it’s a good time to review “Nineveh: A Parody of the Present”, which also includes the origins of a semi-unknown Obama, plus predictions of the Jihadic terrorist rise across North America.