BRISBANE CITY, Australia (PRWEB) February 25, 2020
Those who do wrong are undermining the privacy and quality of life of those in the right. This, and other issues — like lack of social education and poor attitude and performance in the workplace — that affect the Australian’s quality of life are tackled in John R. Brodie, JP’s latest book, “Destruction Is Our Policy” (published by Balboa Press AU).
Brodie, as a justice of peace, is devoted to raising standards, assisting the community and helping those in need. This includes privately helping women victims of domestic violence and abuse, since the 1980s. He considers that his life is about solving problems. These matters motivated him to come up with his third publication.
“Destruction Is Our Policy” explains how the bureaucratic and legal system’s negative worship of “band-aide application” escalates man’s deterioration. This includes the state of the nation and the community. The book offers realistic solutions to the Australian’s crisis and to raising of standards, justice and a far better future.
In a nutshell, this book focuses on raising the quality of life as a community; changing the legal system to a justice system; changing the culture of politics to one of a loyal; ethical embrace of balance; and solving the social education problem. More details about the book can be found at https://www.balboapress.com/en-au/bookstore/bookdetails/808198-destruction-is-our-policy.
The book serves as Brodie’s way of voicing his concern, stand and commentaries on the way politics treats people and the massive impact of bad behavior. “We must solve our deterioration problems or successive generations from now will have a life of constant violence, increasing conflict and deteriorating protection,” he says.
“Destruction Is Our Policy”
By John R. Brodie, JP
Hardcover | 6x9 in | 110 pages | ISBN 9781504320658
Softcover | 6x9 in | 110 pages | ISBN 9781504320672
E-Book | 110 pages | ISBN 9781504320665
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
John R. Brodie, JP was nominated in 1973 to accept a justice of the peace commission. He has been devoted for the past 47 years in helping people and solving problems. As a successful construction engineer managing projects on-site, Brodie had a history of solving major problems and rescuing projects in trouble. In December 1990, his business partner proved to be a conman and left him destitute, almost putting him on the street. This introduced him to the impact of emotional abuse injury.