Requiem for American Critical Thinking & Democracy by Gilles Desmarais

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Author
Gilles Desmarais
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Createspace
Date of release
Pages
254
ISBN
9781494493899
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Paperback
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The author is a psychiatrist who has reflected on why bright people often are much too emotional, and even seem to avoid critical thinking. Quick thinking simply allows them to be swept into the cultural trends of the time. We find that the wealthy people and the financial world determine our future. He has concluded that a radical change in our educational system is necessary to maintain our personal freedoms and our national sovereignty. He plays the fool as he asked you to accompany a journey which goes back a 1000 years and begs you to review your cultural, political and financial infrastructures which are leading the individual into a new version of what we would call a prison. It moves the United States and its citizens into a New World Order which places both of these entities at the mercy of people and organizations which you should be very wary of. Issues such as Social Security being a giant Ponzi scheme given its blessing by the Supreme Court are raised. Have you heard of the Khazars? They are actually the people who now control our destiny.... surprise, surprise! The author includes a great deal of historical data and a lot of material which is not made available to us in our educational system. He reflects on the American Plutocracy which was built on the profits of drug and slave trading. He asked you to do your own critical thinking about the content of the book. The American citizen is in cultural bondage because he is too busy having fun as he is participating in the quick generation. He does not stop to look at what his culture is really doing to him. The author emphasizes that there needs to be a revolution in the educational system. Maybe he is not such a fool after all!


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