The Big Lie by Dinesh D’Souza

The Big Lie by Dinesh D’Souza

The Big Lie by Dinesh D’Souza is a fantastic and important book. This author of many books and great documentarian has done it again with a very important book setting the record straight with well researched and supported facts.

In this digital age of misinformation were we are bombarded with millions of false messages from every type of medium possible, it’s more important than ever to get real facts to set the record straight.

D’Souza does this brilliantly.  He shows how the left will actually lie and call their opponents names such as “intolerant”, “racist”, “fascist”,  “Nazi”, “far right” and place themselves as the polar opposite on the left as the answer to the problem. However, using documented facts throughout history, even writings from those symbolizing these accusations like Hitler, Lenin, Mussolini and more, the author documents how those said to be on the far right were self-admitted leftist themselves. This is expressed in detail in their own writing and historical records of their speeches and policy making actions. They were clearly just different flavors of the left whether socialist, communist, fascist, Nazi or our modern day leftist such as democrats and progressives.

Yet the modern day leftist constantly accuses their fellow leftist as far right and try and pin their own evil reputations on their opposition. They constantly attempt to separate themselves from the real facts of who they really are and accuse their opposition of being exactly what they themselves are, thus The Big Lie.

The modern day leftist have dominated schools, media, and Hollywood in recent decades and use this to perpetuate The Big Lie like never before. This is a very important book to set the record straight. If you read just one book this year, this book is worthy of your time! A must read book for sure! So as usual Hit The Books, They Don’t Hit Back!

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