Free politics and current events Kindle books for 18 Dec 13

The Turning Away (Educational Series)

by Billy Joe Davis

The Turning Away, How our feelings, indifference, and attitudes are killing people. Every week there seems to be a mass shooting and or murder suicide. College shootings, hostage situation, grocery store shootings, public bombings, school shootings, and now the end to a manhunt for a former police officer ending in his death, who may have been destroyed by the very “system” he once respected. The allegations of wronging and cover up are nothing new, but it seems more than ever that the actions or lack of action, indirectly leads to the deaths of many others including many times the very person it started with. Much of these sad situations are due to society’s feelings, indifference, and attitudes towards others! Are YOU guilty of being a part of “The Turning Away?”, either directly or indirectly? Don’t fool yourself, anyone can become a victim under the right circumstances!
I ALSO ENCOURAGE YOU TO READ “MY NEIGHBOR MY STALKER” TRUE STORY! AND “LAST DAYS OF CONSCIOUSNESS” BY BILLY JOE DAVIS
BY READING ABOUT SOMEONE ELSES LIFE, PERHAPS IT WILL HELP YOU WITH YOUR OWN LIFE AND UNDERSTANDING OF OTHERS.
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Your War on Drugs: 6,000 Words on the Shame of the Nation

by Robert Morris

The War on Drugs is over. We lost. This brief polemic outlines the history of the drug war and documents its failures. Our tough approach makes the problems worse, and only hurts society’s most vulnerable. This pamphlet addresses some common arguments against changing course and suggests a way forward.



Being Human: A Question of Survival (Sustainability)

by Steve Carlsson

This book examines the way in which people in modern Western societies are drawn to the convenience and comfort of affl uence that is proving to be unsustainable. How this affects our personal lives, business practices and the futures of our children is examined in terms of the future survival of our species and our planet. It is argued that everyday people need to take back control of their lives from the power and wealth elite who currently control, both overtly and covertly, many aspects of our society and economy. Also, almost all our recent claims to progress have been technology based which has not always resulted in enhancing the human condition. Real change towards a low stress and sustainable future is only possible if we actively pursue it and create a demand for political action to represent our best interest as a global community.

“The future for human’s lies in separating benefi cial science from that which depletes, degrades or otherwise damages our natural world, and in turn, defeats our economics and our survival prospects.”

There is a short historical perspective followed by a detailed look at how we humans process information. Because of how this occurs we are susceptible to manipulation by whoever is in a position of authority to create social structures and economic directions.



CAPTAIN KOJO TSIKATA;A RUTHLESS POLITICAL STRATEGIST?

by KOJO TAWIAH BOISON

The author was a prison officer in Ghana when Flight Lieutenant Jerry John Rawlings seized power in 1979 and again in 1981.
He worked very closely with Captain Kojo Tsikata, the “main man” behind the military Government.
Most of those opponents of the military Government who were detained were carted to the various prisons under the author’s supervision.
Having been very close to the “Main Man”, the author learnt a lot and tried to know the mind of Captain Kojo Tsikata.
He tried but could never be satisfied , thoroughly convinced or conclusive about his thoughts about the man.
The little that he managed to grasp is what he has attempted to divulge.

Ghanaians were so intrigued by the rather complex nature of Captain Kojo Tsikata simply because he wanted it to be so.
It was the gruesome murder of the three judges and a retired army officer which shocked Ghanaians and indeed the world and brought Captain Tsikata under scrutiny.
He was strongly suspected of having had a hand in those murders, something he denied.
The suspicion however remains .
The author has attempted to analyse the unfortunate issue and has come up with what can be described as very objective probables, not definite answers.
The case is such that the indisputable truth shall never be known ,equally, the unwavering suspicion can never be dismissed nor discounted.



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