NEW YORK, Feb. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- DC Vesser, a retired US Marine who lives with his wife and family in Virginia, where he works in private security and law enforcement as a Department of Criminal Justice Services instructor, has published his latest book "More than Don't Let Them Win": a topical indictment of political and social liberalism.
The author writes, "This book attacks a poison that for so very long we have called political correctness. Political correctness (PC) is the act of avoiding expression or language that can perceptively be construed as marginalizing by specific minorities or demographic groups. It is often difficult to argue against PC, because supporters of PC are likely to claim that contrary to using PC, one would instead use expressions or language that offends, which is oft what I wind up doing. This response is a false conflation of permitting and condoning, but the fallaciousness usually doesn't deter those who want to win the argument. It's easy to accuse someone of simply seeking justification to use epithets in order to put him on the defensive and into the unenviable position of having to assert that he's not a racist. It's also dirty and hateful to do so, and that's how such responses should be considered.
We also review Agenda 21, Document 7277, the Illuminati, the Club of Rome, and the Committee of 300 in brevity. We discuss the New World Order and speculate about megaregions and their locations both in the United States and abroad. We take a very long train ride from the most southern tip of South America all the way to New Zealand, and we discuss possibilities for a likely location for the capital of the world (that may surprise you). We even speculate about a location right here in the United States for a habitat for useless eaters. We discuss how close we have come in our society to achieve all the goals of the New World Order. I really hope you enjoy the read."
Published by Page Publishing, DC Vesser's engrossing book is a thought-provoking work exploring a variety of issues from the conservative perspective.
Readers who wish to experience this work can purchase "More than Don't Let Them Win" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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