Despite the human race's extraordinary capacity for invention and progress, we clearly have a millennia-old blind spot in one all-important area: We don't understand evil -- what it is, how it works, and why it so routinely and effortlessly ruins our lives. Put another way, we don't understand ourselves.
David Kupelian, the best-selling author of The Marketing of Evil, probes the ancient question of evil through a modern journalist's eye, once again demonstrating his uncanny knack for demystifying complex, elusive, and intimidating subjects with fresh insights into the hidden mechanisms of seduction, corruption, and power politics. Diving into today's most electrifying news stories -- from terrorism and school shootings to high-profile sex scandals and political dysfunction -- Kupelian explores such profoundly troubling questions as:
Here's the good news: Once we really understand "how evil works" -- not just in the disasters and mega-crimes that dominate the headlines, but in our own lives as well -- evil actually loses much of its power over us, and the way out becomes more clear. Thus, How Evil Works bears a powerful message of genuine hope.
©2010 David Kupelian; (P)2010 Oasis
Kupelian is to lauded for taking off the gloves in this work and exposing the purveyors of evil for who and what they are. Author falters by devoting a lot of ink to recitation of the evils afflicting America, as if anybody really needed to be reminded. I already knew what the evils are, I bought this book to better understand the root causes of and methods employed by evil personages.
I cannot believe I spent money on this so only thing I'd suggest is adding in the description here that the major theme of the book is how evil Islam is.
Yes, it was very well read/performed - unless of course he only chooses propaganda books like these...
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The beginning of this book is interesting and gives the impression of actually delving into the machinations of evildoing. After a few twists and turns however the author rather abruptly turns to rambling about people being nasty due to greed, the need for power and control etc. The book goes from being an unbiased research oriented look at behavior to an angry bible backed tirade of why sin and corruption are bad. Rather a disappointment, the author takes the promise of a great work and uses it to nag.
Why not just turn in to Fox "News" propaganda...this guy is doing nothing but spouting the same rabid blather. What a mistake to download this crappy book.
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