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Instead of Politics
John Frederic Kosanke
Rex F May
Politics is an unnecessary evil.
An intrusive and corrupt institution that sharply opposes the natural civilizing processes of a free society, politics has amazingly been lugged all the way into the twenty-first century. This book, by displaying its hypocrisy, astronomical cost, and obsolescence, finally finishes it off, and drives the nails in its coffin.
Packed full of hilarious, thought-provoking cartoons by Rex May (Baloo), this book exposes myth after political myth and lays the farce of politics bare for all to see. But it doesn't stop there. It shows how a civil society naturally emerges as politicians retreat, it shows how to make them retreat, and it offers a glimpse of what the world will look like once mankind finally lets go of politics.
The politicians would have us believe that we are all just helpless sheep if we don't have them around as our big brother. While deep in our souls, we want them off our backs, we are afraid to let go. But as long as we keep feeding them, they will keep biting our hands - to put it mildly.
Is it possible for us mere mortals to survive on our own - without politics? Indeed it is! In fact, it is politics itself that threatens our survival.
This book demonstrates that the road from a political society to a civil society is far less bumpy than the pothole littered alternative of staying the course. It's as easy as letting go. because the solutions present themselves as politicians get out of the way.
The laws of nature can not be legislated, prohibited, or rewritten by politicians, no matter how "humanitarian" they claim to be. Politics never fails to do far more harm than good.
There is life after politics. This book proves it.
- Publication Date:
- Nov 17 2010
- 1453712690 / 9781453712696
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Business & Economics / Free Enterprise