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He Said That? 7/21/17

From Stephen King (born 1947), American author of horror, supernatural fiction, suspense, science fiction, and fantasy:

Fiction is the truth inside the lie.

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An Amazon 5 Star Review, copied verbatim:

on August 21, 2016
This is the first review I’ve ever written for a book. After finishing Robert Gore’s masterpiece I couldnt help myself from publically supporting his brilliant and invaluable work.

As a story, a work of fiction it’s pristine. The plot is thrilling, the characters believable (and historically accuarate), the emotions raw and powerful. I can count the number of books that have made me weep on one hand and the fact that the Golden Pinnacle is one of those priveleged few is a testament to its greatness.

Not only is it worth reading for its plot alone but it is also immensely educational. Its gives a vivid portrait of the late 19th, and early 20th century. The personalities and philosophies of titans of industry, politicians and laymen are captivating to re-live. The stunning events from the Civil War to WWI receive their due and will give the average reader a better education of that period than any public school student can hope to receive.

Not only is this work historically valuable it gives insight into the basics of economics, banking and the financial system that most public school students are almost guaranteed NOT to receive. The marvel of this book is that where many books can’t help portraying economics and business matters as dry and uninteresting, Mr. Gore richens them up with the excitement and fascination they deserve.

I whole heartedly will reccomend this book and the important lessons on freedom, capitalism and integrity it emphasizes to anyone willing to give it a read. Good art entertains and enlivens but great art inspires us to better ourselves, understand the realities of the world and aspire to a higher level of character and morality. The Golden Pinnacle encapsulates this greatness and if you’re reading this Mr. Gore, I thank you dearly for this gift of literature. It has been enlightening.

Zombies R Us: ‘We the People’ Are the Walking Dead of the American Police State, by John W. Whitehead

The American people have become the zombies that populate their own worst nightmares, and many of their movies and TV series. From John W. Whitehead at rutherford.org:

RIP George Romero (1940-2017).

Romero—a filmmaker hailed as the architect of the zombie genre—is dead at the age of 77, but the zombified police state culture he railed against lives on.

Just take a look around you.

“We the people” have become the walking dead of the American police state.

We’re still plagued by the socio-political evils of cultural apathy, materialism, domestic militarism and racism that Romero depicted in his Night of the Living Dead trilogy.

Romero’s zombies have taken on a life of their own in pop culture.

Zombies also embody the government’s paranoia about the citizenry as potential threats that need to be monitored, tracked, surveilled, sequestered, deterred, vanquished and rendered impotent.

Case in point: in AMC’s hit television series The Walking Dead and the spinoff Fear the Walking Dead, it’s not just flesh-eating ghouls and cannibalistic humans that survivors have to worry about but the police state “tasked with protecting the vulnerable” that poses some of the gravest threats to the citizenry.

Why the fascination with zombies?

Perhaps it’s because zombie fiction provides us with a way to “envision how we and our own would thrive if everything went to hell and we lost all our societal supports.” As Time magazine reporter James Poniewozik phrases it, the “apocalyptic drama lets us face the end of the world once a week and live.”

In other words, zombies are the personification of our darkest fears.

Fear and paranoia have become hallmarks of the modern American experience, impacting how we as a nation view the world around us, how we as citizens view each other, and most of all how our government views us.

The propaganda of fear has been used quite effectively by those who want to gain control, and it is working on the American populace.

Despite the fact that we are 8 times more likely to be killed by a police officer than by a terrorist, we have handed over control of our lives to government officials who treat us as a means to an end—the source of money and power.

We have allowed ourselves to become fearful, controlled, pacified zombies.

 

To continue reading: Zombies R Us: ‘We the People’ Are the Walking Dead of the American Police State

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