The Shrouded Satanism in Feudal Languages! : Tribulations and Intractability of Improving Others!
This is a huge book that goes through various things. Such as the horrendous codes encrypted in feudal languages; the realities of natural slavery of which the native-English speakers have no idea about; about quality improvement that has nothing to do with affluence; the unspoken benign realities of English colonialism; real understandings of slavery, in which it is seen that the black slavery in the US was not slavery, but really mental enhancement training; of the approaching future in which many animals would enter into the human social systems after arriving at human ability to speak and function, and the associated social change; the unspeakable realities of the horrors of the Indian culture; the dangers of teaching Indian languages in Australia; and much more! All connecting ultimately to the grand gullibility in improving individuals and social systems, which are innately low class. Beyond all this, this book goes into the grand-scale fabrication of history to suit the political needs of the new feudal class governing classes in post-colonial nations. And about the rabid need to create Mahatamas out of nondescript persons.This book is written in a very readable style with an immensity of stories and pictures. The theme is basically about the evil effect of the feudal languages of Asian, and other nations. A lot of incidences, both historical as well as personal are used to emphasis the contentions and as proof. The discussion, which moves in a story-like manner, is essentially about the question of what is the evilness in feudal languages. It is a book of epic proportions.NOTE: This edition of this book cannot be sold in India. For those who want to buy the India version, need to visit https://www.instamojo.com/VICTORIA/Please note that this is a Black & White lower priced edition. A higher priced colour book print is also available on CreateSpace.
- Paperback | 580 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 36.83mm
- 29 Sep 2016
- Createspace Independent Pub