BROOKTONDALE, N.Y. (PRWEB) September 06, 2018
Daniel Gregg, an electrical engineer for thirty years before shifting to a more profound path in life, has completed his new book “The Rise of White Patriarchal Nationalism”: a well-conceived compendium that discusses the circumstances behind the prevalent conflicts involving liberal people and biased supremacists.
Author Gregg dives deeper into the hearts of America’s greatest societal dilemmas and concludes thought-provoking lessons for all to ponder upon: “The problem with this obvious bit of manipulation is that I am now aware that internet companies have a desire to manipulate me, and thus I have an intrinsic distrust of them. What else have they done that I have not detected? How many people are having their behavior subtly manipulated and are not aware of it? How big is the problem? What is the agenda of the social media companies? These companies have only proven to me that they are not trustworthy and
everything that they publish has to be looked at through a lens of paranoia. Thus, when white supremacy starts to be more prevalent, one need look no further than the efforts of the media to manipulate our behavior.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Daniel Gregg’s contemplative opus invites an understanding mind in joining the author’s erudite journey to discovering the fundamental nature of the happenings of the society in the hopes of creating contingencies for the country’s dire need of rehabilitation.
Readers who wish to experience this cerebral work can purchase “The Rise of White Patriarchal Nationalism” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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