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The Great New Deal provides a (not quite) fictional preview of future history. This future period may not be as soon as tomorrow, this week, or even this month. Then again, maybe it will be. A global pandemic, political conflict, and social unrest shake America and the world. Leaders learn of an impending existential crisis and work to solve it.

Millions are lost in the Great Surprise. Scientific experts present their conclusions regarding the cause of the Surprise Seizure, something so intense that its victims spontaneously disintegrated, imploded, or experienced a quantum displacement (the experts can’t decide which). Subsequent disasters claim more lives and disrupt communications, infrastructure, and the economy. Emotions are tested and communities unravel. Some push a narrative: The US President declares a National Existential Crisis.

Congress responds swiftly with the Great New Deal, a plan to avert the existential crisis and protect the government. Will these efforts prevent the impending disaster or will they lead into the worst of times? The political elite consolidates power and exercises control through the media/tech monopoly and cancel culture. But they have to watch their own backs at all times.

Others seek the truth: Everyday people in Texas, Missouri, and New Jersey work to protect and support their families, friends, and communities, but are wary of the growing government shadow. Many grieve for someone lost in the Great Surprise and look for an explanation of this catastrophic event. They find clues to the mystery from unexpected sources. They learn of the great war between good and evil and are called to join one side or the other, as the world enters the great battle called The Day of the Lord.

The Great New Deal employs parody and humor to expose dark political and cultural forces that threaten America. It connects the events of today to prophecy in the Bible.

Which side will you choose in this great spiritual war?

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©2021 Mark C. Tredecim (P)2021 Mark C. Tredecim

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