While America’s apparent enemies are quite impotent, the real enemy could turn out to be the resistance of individualists to accept new ideas in place of their unshakeable American beliefs like ‘All men are created equal.'
CHICAGO (PRWEB) March 08, 2016
Author Michael Spencer has a challenge for the presidential candidates – threaten a civil war and restore the Founding Fathers’ Constitution.
In his new book, “Is Democracy the Nemesis Also of the Americans?” Spencer provides a radically new analysis of American political beliefs, demonstrates how the American Republic degenerated into a Democracy similar to ancient Greece and Rome, challenges the President and Americans and introduces new solutions for restoring the original Constitution.
“I have to congratulate the President and his cohorts in both the parties for having fully overturned the America of the Founding Fathers while swearing eternal loyalty to them,” Spencer said. “With welfare and warfare, both parties have created huge vote blocks that help them grab power, but at the cost of violating America’s founding principles.”
Being the victim of a repressive, ultra-religious upbringing in India, Spencer has a tremendous regard for Americans. Following a position as a United Nations (UN) consultant in Iraq, however, Spencer was forced to question this lofty regard when he observed the total looting of Iraq by the UN and repeated the world over.
“I challenge Americans to disprove my contention,” Spencer said. “Once the greatest emancipator, today America has become the perpetrator of the biggest crimes against humanity because of her support of the UN. While America’s apparent enemies are quite impotent, the real enemy could turn out to be the resistance of individualists to accept new ideas in place of their unshakeable American beliefs like ‘All men are created equal.’”
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Is Democracy the Nemesis Also of the Americans?
By Michael Spencer
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
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About the author
Michael Spencer was raised in a repressive, ultra-religious society in India and “became a human being” thanks to Ayn Rand and classical English philosophy.
Being from a lower caste, Spencer faces persecution and possibly threats to his life from fanatics in India for his writing. As a foreigner who highly cherishes human freedom and who has not only studied but also experienced deeply the evils of religious fanaticism and socialism, Spencer brings entirely new ideas that could stop America’s downward slide.
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