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How Evil Works Reading How Evil Works Author David Kupelian Bandcamptomp3.co.uk David Kupelian, Veteran Journalist And Bestselling Author Of The Marketing Of Evil, Probes The Millennia Old Questions Of Evil What It Is, How It Works, And Why It So Routinely And Effortlessly Ruins Our Lives Once Again Demonstrating His Uncanny Knack For Demystifying Complex, Elusive, And Intimidating Subjects With Fresh Insights Into The Hidden Mechanisms Of Seduction, Corruption, Religion, And Power Politics Analyzing Today S Most Electrifying News Stories And Hot Button Topics, Kupelian Explores Such Profoundly Troubling Questions As Why Are Big Lies Believable Than Little OnesHow Does Terrorism Really WorkWhy Do So Many Celebrities Who Have It All End Up Self DestructingWhy Are Boys Doing Worse In School Today Than GirlsWhy Do We Treat The Problems Of Anger And Depression With Drugsand Much Fortunately, Once We Really Understand How Evil Works Both In Our Own Lives And In The World At Large Evil Loses Much Of Its Power And The Way Out Becomes Clear.

10 thoughts on “How Evil Works

  1. says:

    In my opinion, this was good for a few laughs and not much else I wouldn t even use it as a door stop, because I would be embarrassed for visitors to my house to see it As far as I can tell, this book demonstrates how evil works by demonstrating general right wing thinking in America The author s definition of evil is almost outrageously biased, most of the facts he presents are either misinformed, inaccurate or else completely made up, and he has a nasty habit of presenting his opinions as though they are fact It worries me that the author s target audience might not realize this makes me despair of future generations Basically, if you are a white, Christian, upper middle class, conservative Republican male living in America, and you need your ego stroked, this book is for you Anyone else who reads it will at best, b...

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    Toward the end, he does a remarkable job of explaining the ineffectiveness at times of charging across the minefield laid by liberal thought, while conceding that reason alone is almost never sufficient, and that we must learn the proper approach tone Yet somehow his early declaratives resonate with premature preachiness, such that even when agreeing, mostly I even felt he was likely left preaching to the choir As with many great, prominent men in our history, he astutely pinpoints the problem as forward advance in nearly every area of human progress but morality ix.His courage to take stances on certain positions, as he himself admits, is almost retrowe have stumbled so far as a nation He unequivocally stands for what is wrongly dismissed these days as exceptionalism, the LDS, gratefully, not being the only ones to see the problem The United States of America has a transcendent heritage of liberty rooted in self government and personal responsibility, the result of a revolutionary two hundred year old experiment so gloriously successful it became a shining light in an otherwise mostly dark world 6 His section on turning the tables on evil in America cites an example from Charlton Heston of what is increasingly necessary Having heard that Time Warner was selling Ice T s Cop Killer CD, Heston decided to attend the stockholder...

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    I wouldn t say that I had too many A ha moments, but I did have a few that s a good way of putting it moments I felt like I was listening to my Dad ramble on in the living room about how the world is turning stupid You know, how you listen and think yeah he s right But then every now and then a statement is said you don t totally ...

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    This book was an eye opener I have the author s other book on order Marketing of Evil With our God being pushed aside, and the several hidden agendas about, it s no wonder our morality is slipped into the sewer.I believe every adult should read this and the author s other book as well.

  5. says:

    An intriguing protestant book on much of the American culture, a lot of good information and critique of society The information and ideas in this book should be carefully considered in context, as they have some merit The work seems light on answers In the authors view once we understand evil, it loses a lot of its...

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    Great book A journalist takes an in depth look at the news stories that make us shudder, yet we don t know how to process Why are predatory teachers who sleep with their underage students applauded when the teacher is female and the student is male What has happened to the fathers in the inner city AND the suburbs of America Does getting rid of God in all ...

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    I picked up this book following the atrocity in Newtown, CT I thought considering its message might be constructive than joining the chorus of calls to ban guns Firearms have been with us a long time, but as far as I know events like Newtown have not Therefore, something else might be at work.Kupelian states the basic problem thusly Despite the human race s extraordinary capacity for invention and progress, we clearly have a millennia old blind spot Specifically, we don t understand ourselves Given all that has previously been written on self understanding, adding something new would seem to be a formidable task However, he does a good job of zeroing in on the urgent points of concern in modern life the tendency of every government even the most enlightened to develop a tyrannical attitude with regard to its populace, the recent phenomenon in which marital unions and secure families are becoming the exception rather than the norm, the effect of terrorism on the human psyche, the esteem so many of us have for celebrities and the damage that does , our excessive reliance on psychiatric drugs as a response to problems that may be mental emotional or even spiritual in origin rather ...

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    We often talk of evil in my bible study class and when strolling the shelves of the library recently, I saw this book and thought I d give it a try Very shortly into it, I realized it was from the view point of a conservative Christian Kupelian makes some great points about Truth and has well documented his book The example of truth related to anti abortion clinics was passionate and beautiful, but it stopped there, there was nothing about these clinics helping to clothe, feed, shelter, educate and keep healthy these children which is my bias Also, with the chapter on the war on fathers, well I ve missed that war I understand that boys have a hard time in school and yet the males overwhelming still rule the companies, country and media so how, they are making it when it really counts The chapters on terrorism, celebrity, drugs, false gods, and the power of hate were all very insightful and I felt fair.Up until the last chapter, I was tempted to give this a 4 Then I read the chapter on turning the tables on evil and while Kupelian lambasted MSNBC Chris Matthews, Rachel Maddow, Anderson Cooper and Time s Mark Halperin as disgusting for particular stories and for those examples he gave, h...

  9. says:

    An intriguing protestant book on much of the American culture, a lot of good information and critique of society The information and ideas in this book should be carefully considered in context, as they have some merit The work seems light on answers In the authors view once we understand evil, it loses a lot of its power But I think there is a big world view difference between the author and his audience it would have made the book stronger if he started from a...

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    I am a regular read of World Net Daily and a subscriber to Whistleblower, their print magazine, so I am already familiar with Mr Kupelian s editorials The advantage of a book length piece is that he is able to link the thematic elements of what began as a series of articles into a themat...

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