THE NOVEL: Deep Blue
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A novel of racial conflict
Read the novel that perfectly mirrors every ethnic skirmish in the world today!
by John Bramhall
- How do you cope when your very soul is destroyed by cultural parasitism?
- Where do you turn when your own government, your own society turns against you in order to hand your
life over to ‘immigrants’?
- What happens when one ethnic group finds their entire way of life usurped by ‘newcomers’?
- How do you survive after the government decides that you and your kind will be phased out?
Deep Blue: A novel of racial conflict
A sociological science-fiction novel that reads like today’s top international news headlines!
As you experience the adventure, you will also absorb the profound underlying message for America and for the world.
If you read but one book this year, make it Deep Blue, a novel that could change
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National Vanguard says "All who are concerned about immigration and population control should read
this most prescient novel."
Read the National Vanguard review.
"Deep Blue" is a sociological work of science-fiction that explores the dimensions
of a racial conflict on another planet.
The Zulians - an intelligent, kind-hearted and hospitable race of beings - discover the Vertians - a
pitiful, starving, backward group of savages. Assimilating the Vertians into Zulian society, however,
proves to be a grave error.
For the Vertians actually assimilate very swiftly and all too well. They rise with alacrity in various
areas of Zulian society, acquiring great wealth and the consequent power that wealth brings - though
their violent and backward ways remain with them as well.
In the name of "Egalitarianism" the Vertians manage - both through their own elected representatives and
their Zulian political stooges - to subvert the permissive system of democracy that the Zulians have
built up, instead passing laws that give special rights to the Vertians and take away age-old rights of
the native Zulian population.
The novel overall deals with the theme of "social-cultural parasitism" and how far it may be allowed
to progress until the host people are forced to resist or perish.
Though the characters in this novel are not meant to resemble any branch of humanity, the problems
illustrated mirror the numerous examples through history and currently around the world of what happens
when one group encroaches upon the territory - geographic, social and cultural - of another.