Free politics and current events Kindle books for 25 Dec 18

The Way I See It: Fiction*Philosophy*Soul Food

by Jeff Gaines

An enlightening adventure into the soul of a man living an incredible life … A man who has been given a time limit and presses on with gusto. An adventure into all of us … fun, spiritual, thought-provoking and, most importantly, moving. It will not only help you see inside of yourself … but it may help you see inside those around you as well. You will laugh, you will cry, you may even grit your teeth a bit. But most certainly … you will enjoy this journey into him … and us.



How to Analyze People: Dark Psychology – Dark Secrets to Analyze and Influence Anyone Using Body Language, Human Psychology, Subliminal Persuasion and NLP

by James W. Williams

If you’re tired of being manipulated, then there are ways that you can stop the control others have over you. Whether you’re being tricked into doing things you don’t want, or others are taking advantage of you, there are ways to stop manipulation and persuasion in its tracks.

This is the second book in the Dark Psychology series. The first one gave a groundwork for what different types of persuasion and manipulation might be. This book will take you through the process of using these tactics to their advantage.

The first half of the book will discuss what makes up an individual. The way you use your body, the words that you choose to speak, and the way that they were raised all play important roles in what makes an individual. You will also have to look at your own self and pick out all of these unique things that make them different from everyone else as well.

There are psychological studies that back up the idea of certain methods of persuasion, such as NLP tactics, that prove that anyone has the power to persuade others.

In How to Analyze People, you will discover:

  • How to analyze other people
  • The power of your body
  • How your body language affects you
  • The power of your words
  • How to make connections
  • How to Improve confidence
  • How to subliminally persuade others

And much, much more!

Even if you feel like you already know how to use manipulation tactics to your advantage, there is still important information in this book that will allow you to better persuade other people around you.

Although there are many differences among people, there are also many things that make us the same. In order to better analyze and understand those around you, it’s crucial to find those things that we do connect on, and the things that bring us together rather than the things that tear us apart.

It’s important when reading this book, versus the first one, to remember that not all manipulation is bad. In the first book, it was emphasized that those who might be manipulating you might also be taking advantage of you.

When reading this book, you should remember that manipulation is a tool, much like a hammer. You can either use that hammer to destroy everything around you, or you could alternatively use that hammer to create something organic, something new.

This book will take you first through the discovery and analyzation of those around you, and then it will provide different ways that you can persuade them.

The only thing you need before starting this book is the willingness to change. You might have to confront some of your darkest issues, and you might have to put yourself through future scenarios that elicit a feeling of discomfort. In the end, however, you’ll find yourself to be much more self-aware and independent.

Grab this book and start the journey to better understanding human psychology today!



The Freedom of the Will

by Jonathan Edwards

This eBook has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. The Freedom of the Will is a work by Christian reformer, theologian, and author Jonathan Edwards which uses the text of Romans 9:16 as its basis. It was first published in 1754 and examines the nature and the status of humanity’s will. The book takes the classic Calvinist viewpoint on total depravity of the will and the need of humanity for God’s grace in salvation. Although written long before the modern introduction and debate over Open Theism, Edwards’ work addresses many of the concerns that have been raised today over this view. Edwards responded that a person may freely choose whatever seems good, but that whatever it is that seems good is based on an inherent predisposition that has been foreordained by God.



The Complete Works

by Ralph Waldo Emerson

Musaicum Books presents to you this unique collection, designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices: Introduction:Ralph Waldo EmersonBooks:The Conduct of Life:FatePowerWealthCultureBehaviorWorshipConsiderations by the WayBeautyIllusionsEssays-First Series:HistorySelf-RelianceCompensationSpiritual LawsLoveFriendshipPrudenceHeroismThe Over-SoulCirclesIntellectArtEssays-Second Series:The PoetExperienceCharacterMannersGiftsNaturePoliticsNominalist and RealistNew England ReformersNature:CommodityBeautyLanguageDisciplineIdealismSpiritProspectsRepresentative Men:PlatoEmanuel SwedenborgMichel de MontaigneWilliam ShakespeareNapoleonJohann Wolfgang von GoetheEnglish TraitsSociety and Solitude:CivilizationArtEloquenceDomestic LifeFarmingWorks and DaysBooksClubsCourageSuccessOld AgeLetters and Social Aims:Poetry and ImaginationSocial AimsEloquenceResourcesThe ComicQuotation and OriginalityProgress of CulturePersian PoetryInspirationGreatnessImmortalityPoetry:Poems (1847)May-Day and Other Pieces:May-DayThe AdirondacsOccasional and Miscellaneous PiecesNature and LifeElementsQuatrainsTranslationsOther PoemsAddresses and Lectures:The American ScholarAn Address in Divinity CollegeLiterary EthicsThe Method of NatureMan the ReformerLecture on The TimesThe ConservativeThe TranscendentalistThe Young AmericanLetter to President Van BurenThe Man of LettersThe Celebration of Intellectâ?¦Other Essays:The Lord’s SupperThoughts on Modern LiteratureWalter Savage LandorThe Senses and the SoulTranscendentalismPrayersFourierism and the SocialistsChardon Street and Bible ConventionsAgriculture of MassachusettsHarvard UniversityEnglish ReformersEurope and European BooksThe TragicPast and PresentWarPerpetual ForcesDemonologyThe PreacherMiltonThoreauMichael AngeloPlutarchEzra Ripley, D.D.Mary Moody EmersonSamuel HoarCarlyleGeorge L. StearnsSaadiAmerican CivilizationThe Fortune of the RepublicThe Sovereignty of EthicsThe Natural History of Intellect



Meditations of Marcus Aurelius

by Marcus Aurelius

This eBook edition of “Meditations of Marcus Aurelius” has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices.”Meditations” is a series of personal writings by Marcus Aurelius, Roman Emperor from second century, recording his private notes to himself and ideas on Stoic philosophy. Marcus Aurelius wrote the Meditations as a source for his own guidance and self-improvement. The Meditations is divided into 12 books that chronicle different periods of Marcus’ life. A central theme to Meditations is the importance of analyzing one’s judgment of self and others and the development of a cosmic perspective. The style of writing that permeates the text is one that is simplified, straightforward, and perhaps reflecting Marcus’ Stoic perspective on the text.



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The Religious Affections (Unabridged)

by Jonathan Edwards

This eBook edition of “The Religious Affections (Unabridged)” has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. A Treatise Concerning Religious Affections is a famous publication written in 1746 by Jonathan Edwards describing his philosophy about the process of Christian conversion in Northampton, Massachusetts, during the First Great Awakening, which emanated from Edwards’ congregation starting in 1734. Edwards wrote the Treatise to explain how true religious conversion to Christianity occurs. Edwards describes how emotion and intellect both play a role, but “converting grace” is what causes Christians to “awaken” to see that forgiveness is available to all who have faith that Jesus’ sacrifice atones for all sins.



Time and Free Will

by Henri Bergson

This eBook has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Time and Free Will essay deals with the problem of free will, which Bergson contends is merely a common confusion among philosophers caused by an illegitimate translation of the unextended into the extended, as a means of introducing his theory of duration, which would become highly influential among continental philosophers in the following century.



The Collected Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson: The Conduct of Life, Self-Reliance, Spiritual Laws, Nature, Representative Men, English Traits, Society and … and Social Aims, The Man of Lettersâ?¦

by Ralph Waldo Emerson

Musaicum Books presents to you this unique collection, designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices: Introduction:Ralph Waldo EmersonBooks:The Conduct of Life:FatePowerWealthCultureBehaviorWorshipConsiderations by the WayBeautyIllusionsEssays-First Series:HistorySelf-RelianceCompensationSpiritual LawsLoveFriendshipPrudenceHeroismThe Over-SoulCirclesIntellectArtEssays-Second Series:The PoetExperienceCharacterMannersGiftsNaturePoliticsNominalist and RealistNew England ReformersNature:CommodityBeautyLanguageDisciplineIdealismSpiritProspectsRepresentative Men:PlatoEmanuel SwedenborgMichel de MontaigneWilliam ShakespeareNapoleonJohann Wolfgang von GoetheEnglish Traits:First Visit to EnglandVoyage to EnglandLandRaceAbilityMannersTruthCharacterCockayneWealthAristocracyUniversitiesReligionLiteratureThe TimesStonehengePersonalResultSpeech at ManchesterSociety and Solitude:CivilizationArtEloquenceDomestic LifeFarmingWorks and DaysBooksClubsCourageSuccessOld AgeLetters and Social Aims:Poetry and ImaginationSocial AimsEloquenceResourcesThe ComicQuotation and OriginalityProgress of CulturePersian PoetryInspirationGreatnessImmortalityAddresses and Lectures:The American ScholarAn Address in Divinity CollegeLiterary EthicsThe Method of NatureMan the ReformerLecture on The TimesThe ConservativeThe TranscendentalistThe Young AmericanLetter to President Van BurenThe Man of LettersThe Celebration of Intellectâ?¦Other Essays:The Lord’s SupperThoughts on Modern LiteratureWalter Savage LandorThe Senses and the SoulTranscendentalismPrayersFourierism and the SocialistsChardon Street and Bible ConventionsAgriculture of MassachusettsHarvard UniversityEnglish ReformersEurope and European BooksThe TragicPast and PresentPerpetual ForcesDemonologyThe PreacherMiltonThoreauMichael AngeloPlutarchEzra RipleyMary Moody EmersonSamuel HoarCarlyleGeorge L. StearnsSaadiAmerican CivilizationThe Fortune of the RepublicThe Sovereignty of EthicsThe Natural History of Intellectâ?¦



The Interior Castle (Complete Edition)

by St. Teresa of Ávila

This eBook has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. The Interior Castle, or The Mansions, was written by St. Teresa of Ávila, the Spanish Discalced Carmelite nun and famed mystic, in 1577 as a guide for spiritual development through service and prayer. Inspired by her vision of the soul as a diamond in the shape of a castle containing seven mansions, she interpreted life as the journey of faith through seven stages, ending with union with God.



Ethics (Complete Edition)

by Baruch Spinoza

This eBook has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Ethics is perhaps the most ambitious attempt to apply the method of Euclid in philosophy. Spinoza puts forward a small number of definitions and axioms from which he attempts to derive hundreds of propositions and corollaries, such as “When the Mind imagines its own lack of power, it is saddened by it”; “A free man thinks of nothing less than of death”; and “The human Mind cannot be absolutely destroyed with the Body, but something of it remains which is eternal.”



The Essential Works of Henri Bergson

by Henri Bergson

This eBook has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Henri Bergson was a French philosopher who was influential in the tradition of continental philosophy, especially during the first half of the 20th century until World War II. Bergson is known for his influential arguments that processes of immediate experience and intuition are more significant than abstract rationalism and science for understanding reality. He was awarded the 1927 Nobel Prize in Literature “in recognition of his rich and vitalizing ideas and the brilliant skill with which they have been presented”. In 1930 France awarded him its highest honour, the Grand-Croix de la Legion d’honneur.
This meticulously edited Henri Bergson collection is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents:
Laughter: An Essay on the Meaning of the Comic
Time and Free Will: An Essay on the Immediate Data of Consciousness
Creative Evolution
Meaning of the War: Life & Matter in Conflict
Dreams



The Divine Comedy (Complete Annotated Edition)

by Dante Alighieri

This eBook has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. The Divine Comedy is widely considered to be the preeminent work in Italian literature and one of the greatest works of world literature. The narrative describes Dante’s travels through Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise or Heaven, while allegorically the poem represents the soul’s journey towards God. Dante draws on medieval Christian theology and philosophy where the poet Virgil is presented as human reason and Beatrice is presented as divine knowledge. Thus, this edition brings to you the annotated translation of the Divine Comedy by Henry Francis Cary for a pleasant enjoyment of the world’s greatest classic.



Selections from the Writings of Kierkegaard

by Soren Kierkegaard

Soren Kierkegaard was a Danish philosopher, theologian, poet, social critic and religious author who is widely considered to be the first existentialist philosopher. He wrote critical texts on organized religion, Christendom, morality, ethics, psychology, and the philosophy of religion, displaying a fondness for metaphor, irony and parables. Much of his philosophical work deals with the issues of how one lives as a “single individual”, giving priority to concrete human reality over abstract thinking and highlighting the importance of personal choice and commitment.
 



Blood And Teeth: Elizabeth Warren’s War: Political Preludes (Part 1)

by Alexander Harvey

On a cold winter day in February 2011, President Obama and Massachusetts Congressman Barney Frank, the powerful chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, were getting their picture taken at a Democratic confab. Frank was trying to convince President Obama to nominate Warren to lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. He had worked closely with Warren on Wall Street Reform efforts after the great recession and both lived in Massachusetts just a few towns away from each other. Washington had been watching the President to see if he would nominate her to the post or cave to Republican demands to the contrary. Weary of nominating someone who would likely not get confirmed by the Senate, President Obama was hesitant to do so, figuring it would cause him frustration and precious time. If you appoint her and she gets confirmed, your base will love you for it Frank was pointing out. If the nomination fails, activists will hate it and she can head back to Massachusetts to run for Senate against Scott Brown. Brown, a well-liked Senator in Massachusetts was up for re-election in 2012. Democrats wanted to take back “the Kennedy seat” they had lost just a year before in a shocking special election to fill the seat of Ted Kennedy, who had died while in office. The Party was struggling to recruit a formidable candidate to take Brown on, but Warren would change all of that Frank argued.
Pondering Frank’s point, President Obama responded “Do you think she really wants to run for the Senate?”
“Mr. President, I think she might want to run for your job, but she has to start somewhere.” Frank retorted.

Blood And Teeth focuses on the life experiences of Elizabeth Warren that have shaped her views as a person and her policies while in government. In this first part of Blood And Teeth, Warren’s formative life and career in academia and politics are covered before she became a public figure. As a result we often rely on her writings, distilling them to what we think are most relevant for the reader to learn about Warren’s life now and what she will do in the future. We add in other accounts given by her and where sources are available, to dispute or add context to Warren’s account of history in these early days of her life. We also use newspapers, television interviews, speeches, hearings, and other U.S government records.

Senator Warren’s books while in office have the feeling and goals of an elected official whose public profile is both well-known and on the rise, while simultaneously serving to endear the reader to her as a person and to her looming presidential campaign. This book takes a much different approach, seeking to focus on the key moments in Warren’s life that the public is eager to learn more about from the searing days of her childhood, days as a young professor, all the way through to her time as a Senator and chief antagonist to President Donald Trump and 2020 Presidential candidate. We aim to explain those moments as straight forward, and matter of fact, as possible. In short, we aim to show what makes Elizabeth Warren, Elizabeth Warren.



The Aristotle Collection

by Aristotle

Aristotle was an ancient Greek philosopher and scientist born in the city of Stagira, Chalkidiki, in the north of Classical Greece. Along with Plato, he is considered the “Father of Western Philosophy”. Aristotle provided a complex and harmonious synthesis of the various existing philosophies prior to him, including those of Socrates and Plato, and it was above all from his teachings that the West inherited its fundamental intellectual lexicon, as well as problems and methods of inquiry. As a result, his philosophy has exerted a unique influence on almost every form of knowledge in the West and it continues to be central to the contemporary philosophical discussion.

The Aristotle Collection features:
The Categories
A Treatise on Government
The Ethics
and
The Poetics



Culture & Anarchy

by Matthew Arnold

This eBook has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. “Culture and Anarchy” is Arnold’s most famous piece of writing on culture which established his High Victorian cultural agenda and remained dominant in debate from the 1860s until the 1950s. Arnold’s often quoted phrase “culture is the best which has been thought and said” comes from the Preface to Culture and Anarchy. The book contains most of the terms-culture, sweetness and light, Barbarian, Philistine, Hebraism, and many others-which are more associated with Arnold’s work influence.



How to survive climate change: 10 simple steps to survive and thrive in a changing world.

by Ash Pearce

Climate change is happening. Past and present leaders have failed to stop it or prepare us for the consequences. Dangerous climate change is now inevitable and in the near future, we will see climate-related disasters affect every corner of the globe. But disasters aren’t random â??acts of god’, we chose to let them happen by burying our heads in the sand and refusing to accept reality or respond rationally.

“There is no such thing as luck. There is only adequate or inadequate preparation to copeâ?¦”
(Robert A. Heinlein)

Nobody can stop climate change, but fortunately, we don’t need to in order to avoid the worst consequences. If we look to science and fact instead of politics and propagandaâ?¦If we follow the ten steps in this book, we regain control of our destiny. If we are informed, empowered and prepared, we can choose a better future.

“Typically, survivors survive not because they are braver or more heroic than anyone else, but because they are better prepared.”
(Michael Bond, BBC)

This book will help you identify the specific threats that apply wherever you are in the world. It gives ten simple steps that will help you and your loved ones survive and thrive in a changing world.

“It is not necessary to change. Survival is not mandatory.”
(W. Edwards Deming)



The Plato Collection

by Plato

“Philosophy is a series of footnotes to Plato.” The original freethinker, Plato strove to teach his students to think for themselves. He was not, in fact, promoting a specific vision of the world with his dialogues. Plato created a set of instruction manuals for training a brain to think philosophically. 

The Plato Collection features:

Alcibiades I
Lysis
Laches
Charmides
Protagoras
Lesser Hippias
Gorgias
Meno
Euthyphro
Apology
Crito
Symposium
Phaedrus
The Republic
Phaedo
Cratylus
Ion
Euthydemus
Menexenus
Parmenides
Theaetetus
Sophist
Statesman
Philebus
Timaeus
Critias
Laws



The John Locke Collection

by John Locke

John Locke was an English philosopher and physician, widely regarded as one of the most influential of Enlightenment thinkers and commonly known as the “Father of Liberalism”. Considered one of the first of the British empiricists, following the tradition of Sir Francis Bacon, he is equally important to social contract theory. His work greatly affected the development of epistemology and political philosophy. His writings influenced Voltaire and Jean-Jacques Rousseau, many Scottish Enlightenment thinkers, as well as the American revolutionaries. His contributions to classical republicanism and liberal theory are reflected in the United States Declaration of Independence.

The John Locke Collection features:

An Essay Concerning Human Understanding
A Defence Of Mr. Locke’s Opinion Concerning Personal Identity
Of The Conduct Of The Understanding
Elements Of Natural Philosophy
A New Method Of A Common-Place-Book
A Letter To The Right Reverend Edward, Lord Bishop Of Worcester, Concerning Some Passages Relating To Mr. Locke’s Essay Of Human Understanding
Mr. Locke’s Reply To The Right Reverend The Lord Bishop Of Worcester’s Answer To His Letter, Concerning Some Passages Relating To Mr. Locke’s Essay Of Human Understanding
An Answer To Remarks Upon An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, &C
Mr. Locke’s Reply To The Right Reverend The Lord Bishop Of Worcester’s Answer To His Second Letter
Mr. Locke’s Reply To The Bishop Of Worcester’s Answer To His Second Letter
Some Considerations Of The Consequences Of The Lowering Of Interest, And Raising The Value Of Money. In A Letter Sent To A Member Of Parliament, 1691
Short Observations On A Printed Paper, Entitled, For Encouraging The Coining Silver Money In England, And After For Keeping It Here
Further Considerations Concerning Raising The Value Of Money
Two Treatises Of Government
A Letter Concerning Toleration
A Second Letter Concerning Toleration
A Third Letter For Toleration
A Fourth Letter For Toleration
The Reasonableness Of Christianity, As Delivered In The Scriptures
 



The Essential Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson

by Ralph Waldo Emerson

Musaicum Books presents to you this unique collection, designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices: Introduction:Ralph Waldo EmersonBooks:The Conduct of Life:FatePowerWealthCultureBehaviorWorshipConsiderations by the WayBeautyIllusionsEssays-First Series:HistorySelf-RelianceCompensationSpiritual LawsLoveFriendshipPrudenceHeroismThe Over-SoulCirclesIntellectArtEssays-Second Series:The PoetExperienceCharacterMannersGiftsNaturePoliticsNominalist and RealistNew England ReformersNature:CommodityBeautyLanguageDisciplineIdealismSpiritProspectsRepresentative Men:PlatoEmanuel SwedenborgMichel de MontaigneWilliam ShakespeareNapoleonJohann Wolfgang von GoetheAddresses and Lectures:The American ScholarAn Address in Divinity CollegeLiterary EthicsThe Method of NatureMan the ReformerLecture on The TimesThe ConservativeThe TranscendentalistThe Young American



Food Anxiety in Globalising Vietnam

This open access book approaches the anxieties inherent in food consumption and production in Vietnam. The country’s rapid and recent economic integration into global agro-food systems and consumer markets spurred a new quality of food safety concerns, health issues and distrust in food distribution networks that have become increasingly obscured. This edited volume further puts the eating body centre stage by following how gendered body norms, food taboos, power structures and social differentiation shape people’s ambivalent relations with food. It uncovers Vietnam’s trajectories of agricultural modernisation against which consumers and producers manoeuvre amongst food self-sufficiency, security and abundance.
Food Anxiety in Globalising Vietnam is explicitly about â??dangerous’ food – regarding its materiality and meaning. It provides social science perspectives on anxieties related to food and surrounding discourses that travel between the local and the global, the individual and society and into the body. Therefore, the book’s lens of food anxiety matters for social theory and for understanding the embeddedness and discontinuities of food globalizations in Vietnam and beyond. Due to its rich empirical base, methodological approaches and thematic foci, it will appeal to scholars, practitioners and students alike.



The 48 Laws Of Life

by Aaron Harris

The 48 Laws of Life is the ultimate guide for anyone interested in accomplishing, observing, or defending life. There is no old history to look upon because this is for the reader today. The reader will be the plot once he/she understands the laws. The reader will be the proof of each law. The 48 Laws of Life is supreme whether your aim is success, self-defense, or simply understanding the value of life.



The Ultimate Piece of the Universe: Metaphysics Through Modern Physics

by Agustín Galán

In this book the author explores the philosophy of elementary particles (the ultimate reality )utilizing works of popular science published in recent years. The book helps readers who want to understand the latest discoveries and theories of modern astrophysics and its philosophical implications to get a complete picture of the best and clearest concepts and explanations used by those scientists. Its unique advantage is that, written by a journalist with a philosophical background, makes a crystal clear synthesis of what scientists put in their sophisticated equations and theories. Beside this journalistic approach to Science The ultimate piece of the Universe tells the story of the underlying metaphysics of modern physics. It is an account of recent literary and scientific discourse on the universe as well as the literature and philosophy of Borges and Walt Whitman. It is also the search for the ultimate piece of the puzzle of the universe through the lens of the scientific work of Stephen Hawking and his colleague’s; a philosophical essay or a quantum theology in the spirit of Borges who suggested that nobody may know if the words Universe and God differ. With this book the author have achieved an informative and thought provoking text on physics and metaphysics readable for the amateur scientist and to those who “understaffed as cosmonauts choose the hard slide of human studies”.



Drawing on Philosophy

by Matthew Kowalski

Drawing on philosophy is quite literal. It is a machinegun of ideas firing until the end. True to its offering Drawing on Philosophy plays hide and seek with words and minds. Tucked within the pages are paths to possibilities. Oddly enough, enjoy.



Do What Works: Simplifying Your Decisions About Health, Work, Religion, Politics, and Relationships

by Bill Pardi

A lot of us live with things that don’t work in a lot of areas of our lives. The reasons vary of course. Sometimes with a product or service it’s because we think the switching cost is too high. Sometimes with a job or relationship it’s because we are trying to meet someone else’s expectations. Sometimes with politics or health we really believe we don’t have other options.

But in just about every case, living with something that doesn’t work is not only unnecessary but often seriously detrimental to our happiness. We need to discover what does work and reduce the times we ignore what we should do to make things work.

Do What Works is how to uncover what is not working in our lives, and more importantly, what to do about it.



How to Start a Locks and Locksmithing Business, The Best of Locksmith Books: Start with Crowd Funding, Get Grants & Get the Right Locksmithing Tools & Locksmith Training

by Brian Mahoney

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Contra el Sistema: De a poco, pero sin pausa (Spanish Edition)

by Isaac Alvarez Casasola

La idea del libro podría resumirse en el día a día de un adolescente que sufre a un abusón que se queda con la mitad de su bocadillo y amenaza con pegarle. La vida de nuestro protagonista es un pequeño infierno porque no parece haber muchas opciones, la mayoría de la clase sufre los abusos pero nadie se atreve a enfrentarse. Además hay un pequeño grupo de cómplices que se benefician de las tropelías del abusón y perpetúan el sistema. El abusón no es mala persona pero su pasado de violencia le condiciona, sus hermanos mayores le pegaban y no ha conocido otra forma de relacionarse.El abusón y su banda marcan las normas del patio, dicen quien puede jugar al baloncesto y en qué momento, beben los primeros de la fuente cuando hace calor y escogen los mejores bancos para sentarse. Todos saben que las cosas han funcionado así siempre y todos las aceptan, nadie es capaz de imaginar un patio que funcione de otra manera.A lo largo de las páginas podremos ver cómo nuestro héroe toma conciencia de la situación, descubre su poder y es capaz de transformar por completo el sistema. Ahora te toca elegir quién quieres ser en esta historia: el héroe, el abusón, la mayoría silenciosa, los esbirros, el patio, el bocadillo… y también tendrás que imaginarte la historia, porque no aparece en el libro.



Clean Up Your Room!: The Eternal Spotless Mind of Jordan Peterson

by Joe Dixon

In the movie “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind”, two lovers squabble and fall out. First the woman and then the man decide to avail themselves of a service (Lacuna) that can erase all memories of their relationship, making it seem as if it never happened at all. But one last memory fragment stubbornly remains – one infinitely precious reminder of their love – which predestines them to meet up again and fall in love again.

Jordan Peterson must have gone to the Lacuna clinic to have his memories erased. He forgot that he fell out of love with Christianity and ended their relationship. However, a tiny glimmer must have remained and now, fanned by Jungian psychology, it has exploded into dazzling light and Peterson is in love with Christ again. His mind is eternally spotless once more. He feels compelled to clean up his room and to tell all the rest of us to do the same. The Preacher Man is here, walking amongst us, walking on water (as far as his fans are concerned). Cleanliness is next to godliness. Mens sana in corpore sano: a sound mind in a sound body. A clean mind in a clean body. A clean body in a clean room. Peterson wants to take you to the cleaners, get you all cleaned up, get your mind spotless, get you back to Christianity, the religion of immaculately clean rooms and immaculately clean wombs.

In fact, Christianity is the Immaculate Misconception, the Original Sin, the sanctified Lie, mass deceit solemnly pronounced holy in front of the trembling crowds, desperate to have their desperate lives touched with the numinous. Henry David Thoreau said, “Most men lead lives of quiet desperation and die with their song still inside them.” Christianity is the most desperate song of all, the one at the bottom of the barrel, for those with nothing left to scrape. Beneath the barrel is the abyss itself. As Nietzsche said, “And if you gaze long into an abyss, the abyss also gazes into you.” Abyss-gazing is what all Christians wish to avoid.

Peterson must also have erased all memories of Nietzsche’s philosophy, or remembered it so badly that he has now inverted it. He preaches the exact opposite of all of Nietzsche’s radical conclusions. Where Nietzsche gleefully declared that God is dead and we have killed him, Peterson says that God is alive and we have resurrected him. God is back, bigger and badder than ever.

Jordan Peterson imagines he has a spotless mind. In fact, it’s filthy. This book deconstructs his worldview and shows how dirt-encrusted it is. If you want the Truth of reality, come inside and discover the real Truth. You won’t like it, but Truth is under no obligation to be what you want it to be.

Peterson claims that the Truth is “Darwinian”. In fact, it is eternal. It is perfect, immutable and absolute. It has never evolved. It cannot evolve. It is what it is permanently and ineradicably.

Darwinism relates to the temporal and contingent world of becoming. The Truth relates to the eternal and necessary world of being. All Darwinian “truths” are lies. Evolution is not predicated on the promotion of Truth. It is all about survival and reproduction, regarding which lies have proved astoundingly effective, which is why all humans, whether they admit it or not, are consummate liars.

The Lie is archetypally Darwinian: ever-mutating and constantly subject to natural selection, producing the survival of the “fittest” lies, the most adaptive and useful lies – lies for living. As Hitler said, “If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed. â?¦ the broad masses of a nation â?¦ more readily fall victims to the big lie than the small lieâ?¦”
The biggest lies are the most Darwinian lies, those most naturally selected by the masses. The people love whoppers, the bigger the better. Humans are a Pinocchio species. They can’t get enough of lies and lying.

Will we ever have a humanity that craves the truth? It will be nothing like Humanity 1.0.



A Merry Un-PC Christmas

by Russell Madden

A 1300 word essay examining the looniness of the “politically correct” who seek to ruin Christmas for everyone else.

Sadly enough, there are people roaming the streets and byways of America who will and do get their knickers in a bunch regarding such innocuous festivities and symbols. After all, to many in the PC movement, words are the equivalent of bullets. Those abstractions (apparently) can injure you regardless of what you do or think (or in the case of these PC fanatics: fail to think). To these hyperaware individuals, the old saying about “sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me” is a monstrous lie. Words (that they dislike) are evil! If someone “shoots” you with a word, he should be punished.

Christmas! (*ouch*). Santa Claus! (*ow*).

“Don’t hurt me! Please don’t hurt me by uttering such foul language!”

Tolerance? Diversity? Non-judgmentalism?

Ha!



Eine dringende Warnung an die Menschheit: Die globale Elite plant einen Bürgerkrieg in Deutschland und Europa (German Edition)

by Luna Bluhme

Warnung: Deutschland ist in gro�er Gefahr! Der Islamische Staat plant einen Bürgerkrieg.
Wir stehen in Deutschland kurz vor einem geplanten Bürgerkrieg, der durch den Angriff des Islamischen Staates ausgelöst werden wird. Wenn wir überleben wollen, müssen wir uns vorbereiten.
Angela Merkel handelt im Auftrag weltweit agierender Geheimgesellschaften an der Vernichtung Deutschlands im Sinne der Neuen Weltordnung.
Das Ziel der Globalisten ist es, eine faschistische und zentrale Weltregierung zu bilden, die keine nationalen oder regionalen Grenzen mehr kennt: Die Neue Weltordnung.
Das Ziel ist: Die Umsetzung einer Weltregierung, einer Weltwährung und einer Weltreligion.
Die geheimen Pläne für Europa sind eine weitere Flutung mit Hunderten Millionen von Migranten, die Umsetzung des Dschihads, der Scharia, die Islamisierung Europas, Terror und Chaos. Es ist alles von langer Hand geplant und vorbereitet worden: Es soll zu einem Bürgerkrieg kommen.
Militär-Insider berichten, dass der Islamische Staat in den nächsten Monaten, spätestens im Frühjahr/Sommer 2019, in Deutschland und Europa einen flächendeckenden Gro�angriff plant, bei dem Zehntausende oder Hunderttausende Menschen umkommen sollen. Die IS-Kämper warten bereits alle auf ihren Einsatzbefehl. Sie werden gleichzeitig in Hunderten deutschen Städten zuschlagen.
Die Dunkelziffer der Migranten, die sich in Deutschland aufhalten, beläuft sich bereits auf ungefähr 10 bis 15 Millionen Personen. Angela Merkel, eine Agentin der Rothschilds und der Illuminaten, bereitet bereits die Bundeswehr auf einen Bürgerkrieg vor. Die Bundeswehr trainiert schon lange den Häuserkampf und auch die Ausgangssperre für die deutschen Bürger.
Die afrikanischen Regierungen wiederum haben bereits die �ffnung der Gefängnisse für den Massenexodus nach Europa geplant. Die Folgen in Deutschland werden ein totaler Kollaps unseres gesellschaftlichen Systems und der Inneren Sicherheit sein. Die Meinungsfreiheit in Deutschland wird nach und nach ausgehöhlt und die Zensur nimmt stark zu. Die systemtreue Presse berichtet schon lange nicht mehr objektiv und manipuliert die Bevölkerung massiv im Sinne der okkulten Pläne der Eliten. Alle Petitionen gegen den Migrationspakt wurden vom Bundestag zensiert, und erst nach Einschreiten der AFD wurde zwischenzeitlich eine einzige Petition gegen den Pakt veröffentlicht.
Wir leben in Deutschland inzwischen in einer Meinungsdiktatur mit starker Zensur und �berwachung. Kritische Bürger sind unerwünscht und werden zunehmend verfolgt und inhaftiert werden. Nach der Unterschrift der Erklärung von Marrakesch soll Einwanderungskritik unter Strafe gestellt werden.
Weiterhin möchte ich die Leser noch auf eine andere gro�e Gefahr hinweisen:
Die meisten Menschen wissen nicht, dass die Bodenrechte in Deutschland seit 2017 ausgelaufen sind. Es ist geplant, Immobilienbesitzer in Deutschland zu enteignen, um Millionen von Migranten unterbringen zu können. Die Gesetzesvorlage dafür ist schon gegeben mit den Solvency III-Regelungen, die ab Januar 2019 gültig werden. Es gibt inzwischen sogar ein heimlich verabschiedetes Wohnungs-Zuteilungs-Gesetz, welches vorsieht, dass alle Deutschen mit leerstehendem Wohnraum Migranten aufnehmen werden müssen. BAMF-Mitarbeiter werden schon dahingehend geschult.



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