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Whistleblower - Renewal

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SPECIAL OFFER: For a limited time, renew your Whistleblower subscription for one year and you'll get $10 off (pay $39.95 instead of the usual $49.95), plus you'll receive two free gifts:

First, you'll get the film U.S. Rep. Frank Wolf calls "the most shocking and important documentary I have ever seen in my life."

Titled "Jihad in America: The Grand Deception," and produced by top terrorism expert Steven Emerson, "Jihad in America" is based on an extraordinary collection of primary source materials – including internal records of the Muslim Brotherhood, startling first-person accounts, and chilling and exclusive undercover audio and video of these groups behind closed doors.

It is the definitive investigative film that takes viewers behind the benign public mask to lay bare the history and secret structure of the highly subversive Islamist menace currently threatening America.

Since its founding in 1928, the Muslim Brotherhood has established a presence in more than 70 countries, and countless organizations worldwide have adopted its strategy and goals.

Today, organizations created by or inspired by the Muslim Brotherhood enjoy major influence within the United States. The government, media and law enforcement often turn to these organizations when they want the pulse of the American Muslim community. But critics – Muslim and non-Muslim alike – say that engaging these organizations poses a great danger.

"Jihad in America: The Grand Deception" includes interviews with FBI agents, federal prosecutors and Muslim experts on radical Islam. Watch undercover video and listen to audio of secret Hamas and Muslim Brotherhood meetings and internal Muslim Brotherhood documents seized by the FBI. Listen to what these front groups are saying in their speeches and conferences behind closed doors, and witness a former member renounce his affiliation with radical Islam for the first time on camera.

Second, you'll also receive Whistleblower's special – and uncannily prophetic – issue titled "THE YEAR OF MANUFACTURED CRISES."

This eye-opening report released earlier this year has a subtitle that sums up everything: "With public support vanishing, Obama has only one way left to govern." Contributing their penetrating insights to this special Whistleblower issue are talk-radio giants Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin, as well as Ronald Reagan’s top intelligence analyst Herbert E. Meyer, in addition to WND’s Joseph Farah, Jerome Corsi, David Kupelian and many others.

So, what’s coming next from Obama for the remainder of his presidency? With his popularity and credibility now at Nixonian levels due to his blatant lies, the president at this point has only one way forward, concludes Whistleblower: Crises. Lots of crises.

Without constant chaos – real, imaginary or manufactured – Obama and his agenda would be seen for what they really are, and he would swiftly and surely be impeached by the House of Representatives, convicted by the Senate and removed from office.

But if Americans can be kept distracted and upset by constant crises, leftwing demagoguery and demonization of conservatives and critics – as they have for more than five years – Obama can make it through the remainder of his second term with his destructive "transformational" policies intact.

With that as the starting point, "THE YEAR OF MANUFACTURED CRISES" takes readers on a jaw-dropping exploration of what Obama will likely do in the coming months and years. Bottom line: Be prepared.

EVEN BETTER OFFER: Renew for two years and you'll not only get "Jihad in America: The Grand Deception" and "THE YEAR OF MANUFACTURED CRISES," but you’ll also get a $10 discount on the already reduced two-year rate ($74.95 instead of the usual $84.95).

These special free offers will end without notice and are good in the U.S. only.

PLEASE NOTE: When your Whistleblower subscription is due to expire, you will receive a renewal notice from us. To keep Whistleblower coming, do nothing and we'll renew your subscription automatically for the special low price of only $39.95 by charging your credit or debit card. There's never any risk, as you may cancel at any time for a full refund of the unused portion of your subscription.

To renew by phone, call our toll-free order line at 1-800-4WND-COM (1-800-496 -3266).

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