I knew when I began writing this book that I would be placing myself on a collision course with not only the church but society as a whole concerning my flaying of the popular culture in America today called multiculturalism. Students of the past know that history has shown us when cultures combine, many times it is a harbinger to a conflict and sometimes even the dreaded genocidal slaughter. Over time I have discovered that my personal understanding of this phenomenon has actually driven a social wedge between me and the modern Christian. This has not been my wish or my fault but just the way it has been. I put forth the claim that the truth is unchanging, undeniable, and sometimes even unflattering. The honest person should know that the truth is not interested in impressing him at all. In a country where it's all about materialism, personal feelings, and self-esteem, it should be known that the first casualty will always be the truth. While this book is a damning study of the bizarre creation of multiculturalism by the elites of the world, it also serves as an advocate for the return to the natural racial/ethnic culture as God's long ago biblical judgment originally intended the world to be ordered. Strong statement? Never heard such a thing? The story has not begun my friend so sit down, relax, and have that extra glass of sweet tea. You will find this book is basically a combination of biblical theology, political events, world leader quotations, and secular history, all designed to shine a light on something I call the multicultural spider. I don't have anyone personally to thank for helping me write this book because I did it myself with no help or assistance. I guess if I am going to credit something for the creation of this book it would be the modern church of today for their inability to understand Genesis 11.