In this fast paced geopolitical journey across America, China, the Middle East and beyond, de Krassell looks at the history of the major empires of the last years including that of the USA , their achievements, shortcomings and religious failures that all lead to globalization. Learning from the past he posits "interlocalism" as the successor to globalization.
This latest book in his Custom Maid series offers a completely revolutionary new approach to contemplating our future and is must read material for anyone with an interest in understanding the political and economic situation now and wanting to see how the future might look.
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War is no the answer to hunger, oil, territorial expansion, ethnic cleansing or the survival of America. On the contrary it is its escalating destructive downfall.
He points to China's re-emergence as a global power as America's greatest challenge - and one that must be resolved peacefully. America must keep in mind the warning by the Greek historian Thucydides, more than 2, years ago, that belief in the inevitability of conflict can become one of its main causes.
In other words, America cannot afford to become a victim of its own political spin " Peter de Krassel's treatment on war reads like a journalistic account of Heart of Darkness. This is a book written for anyone with a stake in the future of America. Filled with witty personal anecdotes drawn from his experiences as a lawyer, a businessman and a political activist, de Krassel argues that America desperately needs to reform.
He takes particular aim at the country's career politicians, sensationalist media and jingoistic culture.
And he suggests ways in which America can put its house in order. The first chapter, The Hypocrisy of Fake Morality with Real Orgasms, examines how American journalists have increasingly focused on frivolous stories about the sex lives of public figures rather than the real issues affecting the country.