Days of the Future Passed: Point of No Return

New Book by Jim Miles


The unknown is simply the future.

This future is to be determined by a declining global economy becoming saturated with massive U.S. money printing to prop up the banksters and corporate CEOs.

It will be determined by the disregard domestically and internationally for the supposed ‘rule of law’ but more importantly international law and true justice for all people.

The changes to our environment are at the moment relatively slow, but are becoming irreversible under current trends.

Finally, the massive military investments on a global scale for both nuclear and conventional weaponry threatens everyone with a very delicate balance of power.





Days of the future passed: Point of no return by [Jim Miles]Days of the future passed: Point of no return

Kindle edition

Author: Jim Miles

Publication date: December 6, 2020

Print length: 423 pages


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