This country needs to be looked at for what they’ve done, and for what they have not done for poor people and minorities in their quest for more money and power. When a country invades another country, making that their preference over feeding people, this tells a true story of how they really feel about their people here at home. War is a very poor way of showing how you care about your people, especially when they are starving and your country is murdering other human beings in the country, which they invaded. “Born In The Wrong Country,” tells about a government so arrogant, and shows how they have been neglecting many Americans for along time, especially the African-American People of Color. This mistreatment has been going on since slavery and has continued long after the abolition of slavery. But it is not just the mistreatment of Blacks that has been of issue; it’s been an issue of minorities, poor whites and the disenfranchised in this country, which have all been affected by the arrogant hand of this country. This is simply thievery; this government stole our food, would be health insurance, and many means of making a living from the American people.
"Born In The Wrong Country," points out the flagrant spending of multi-billions of dollars on this war, which was created under the Bush administration.
That said being said, Born In The Wrong Country is a book about many things; one thing in particular is feeling unwelcome in your own country. Born In The Wrong Country spells out the tone of this country, and this country's mismanagement. It tells about the abuse that was carried out in slavery, relating it to something that is very familiar to most everyone today; it’s called terrorism. Born In The Wrong Country focuses on some of ills of this country, both past and present. At the heart of these ills are slavery, America’s staunch arrogance, and its refusal to listen to all of its people, which are demonstrated by the poor and dwindling middle-class in this country, many of whom stand in line every week at soup kitchens all across our country.
One issue that is close to the author’s heart is the love and support that is needed in parenting gay children, like standing beside them and loving these gifts that God has given them. When they are growing and reaching adulthood parents need to let them know that they’re still loved by embracing them in their right to choose who they want as a partner.
Born In The Wrong Country is about what the United States of America has neglected to do, and things that this government have ignored when it comes to its own people. It deals with the White and the Black situation in America, the poor and other minorities, and of the hunger that face many of the people here in the United States. Mental hunger and physical hunger of what people want, and what people need are discussed. Born In The Wrong Country doesn’t just talk about today, but talks about the African-American People of Color in this country, and what this country has done to them. It points out how this government has taken away the spirit of a people, and possibly thrown away many gifts that could have possibly been given for the whole world to see and benefit from. Born In The Wrong Country exposes the reality of slavery and the kind of terrorism that went on throughout that slavery, a terrorism which was done so well, that it did exactly what terrorism was supposed to do, by sticking with the African-American People of Color (AAPC) even to today.
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If you believe in truth, honesty, compassion, friendship, hopes and dreams, peace and love of this earth and your country, then this book is for you. Those who care about justice, who care about feeding people, who care about freedom, about housing, laughter, love, who aren’t arrogant, who care about health insurance, who care about cures for diseases, who care about freedom of two people who want to get married because they love each other, who care about human dignity and equality, whether they are gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender, then this book is for you.
My website was created so that one could get a glimpse of what book “Born In The Wrong Country" is about. It was created because of the exposure that it can possibly give in helping getting my book published, and is now being used to help promote my book. My website was created to generate controversy of my book, which speaks of issues that are kind of shrugged off by this government and some of its people, both White and Black, and slavery in America. Born In The Wrong Country also speaks about parenting, being gay, and how to be a good parent, especially to your gay children.
There are currently thirty nine articles that I have published on OpEdNews.com. One can view my articles from my website, print them, rate them, and email them to friends, newspapers, etc. The website also includes several blogs that I have written. I have included them in my website because they too tell about this country’s mismanagement and neglect; they also give a glimpse of my spirited insights on nature, feelings, etc.
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