BRITISH MAD DOG
Check any list of ‘great men’ of the 20th Century and you’re
sure to find Winston Churchill ranked near the top. It was the courage, the strength, the indomitable will and the inspirational
oratory of ‘The British Bull Dog’ - we are told - that saved Britain and the ‘free world’ from capitulating
For such noble attributes and deeds, statues of ‘Sir Winston’ stand all over England, and
even in Canada, the USA and continental Europe. Countless schools bear his name, as do parks, towns, squares, highways, streets,
tanks, submarines, ships, mountain ranges, trust funds and even cigars.
More than just a great statesman, Churchill
was – the court-historians assure us – a literary giant as well. His numerous historical works made him one of
the most prolific writers ever to serve as head of state.
There is one wee-little problem with this flattering
historical narrative of Churchill -- it is false! And by false, author M S King doesn’t merely mean to say embellished,
exaggerated or incomplete. No, the entire tale is a monstrous lie originally engineered to conceal the foul deeds of a deranged
warmonger, and perpetuated out of ignorance and academic arrogance.
In ‘The British Mad Dog’, King draws
heavily upon ‘mainstream’ sources to strip bare the phony facade of this vilest of charlatans. The surgical precision
with which Churchill is cut down to size will radically change not only your view of the man, but also of the fake world in
which we live.