At the end of the Second World War in 1945, the United Nations (UN) was formed to prevent another World War like the one that had just ended. The following decades brought renewed and fresh life to many, and Canada or America were again “lands of opportunity.” Since then, many changes have taken place in technology, the economy, and morality. Extreme ideologies and terrorism are becoming more commonplace. Wars and rumours of wars have Canada and America involved in many conflicts around the world; is the UN failing as a peacekeeper? Have we expected too much from an organization that now cannot even control itself. How long before we lose it all to the “New World Order?”
About the Author
Arthur is a happily married family man with two children, five grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren. Now retired from a busy and varied business life, he enjoys gardening and is an avid sailor, with the one complaint that there never seems to be enough time for a nice long sailing holiday.
As a Christian he felt the need to share his experiences and concerns for the future of our society and countries, hence the writing of the book “When Reality Hits.”