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Enjoy the Decline

Accepting and Living with the Death of the United States
Length: 6 hrs and 8 mins
Categories: Nonfiction, Politics
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The "end of America"? Most likely. The "demise of liberty"? You betcha! The "destruction of Western civilization"? Of course! But why let all of the above get you down? Learn to "enjoy the decline"!

Enjoy the Decline is mandatory listening for all conservatives, libertarians, Americans, and lovers of freedom who are mourning the slow-but-sure death of their culture and their country. America is over. Freedom will be curtailed. Liberty is dead. And above all else, it is inevitable. But the answer is not to get depressed and give up hope. The answer is to change your attitude and learn how to Enjoy the Decline. You get one life on this planet and Aaron Clarey explains how to get the most out of it even though socialism and tyranny are all around you. From learning how to adapt your psychology to learning to let go and take advantage of the socialist system, Enjoy the Decline carries the freedom-loving American through the five stages of grief and puts them on a path to enjoy their life regardless of what is happening to their beloved America. Dark, macabre, and morose, but truthful, helpful, and practical all the same, it is guaranteed to make you happier than your socialist counterparts even though they have everything they want. Make leftists, liberals, and progressives miserable. Enjoy the decline!

©2016 Aaron Clarey (P)2016 Aaron Clarey

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Want to reality test your assumption?

This book was an eye opener in terms of the stark decline the USA is entering. Aaron Clarey brilliantly lays out a plan on how to live your best life in the decline.

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great

the revenge chapter at the end was the best part.
I was smiling through that whole chapter.

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buy this book

This book is refreshing sanity in an insane society . Hopefully a few delusional leftists will read this book and admit to themselves how foolish they have been.

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good read

which I had heard of this book before I was in my thirties. I wouldn't be 35k in deb t for a useless degree

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Great and practical book

This is a great and practical book that offers an honest and politicaly INCORRECT view on the modern life.
Very good read

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same content as his other books

more or less same content as his other books, bachelor economics and the IQ course

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Loads of useful information.

He really expands upon how to "hedge your bets" in life. His factual based way of looking at life, is helpful in navigating this mislead world.

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I am enjoying the decline now!

Loved it. Great narration by the narrator too. This was my first audiobook and I absolutely enjoyed it. I'd say listening to the book was a better experience than reading it.

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Worth reading.

This is my fourth Aaron clarey book. I've enjoyed them all and I'm holding this to a standard. I think if you watch his a****** Consulting videos this will make a bit more sense in context. My sense was that he talked more about how to be a parasite and less about how to have an actual successful retirement during a decline. Maybe check out Wall Street underground.org / Nick Guarino for more depth on that topic. Overall worthwhile.

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I come from this book future and it is true

Where does Enjoy the Decline rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

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If you could give Enjoy the Decline a new subtitle, what would it be?

A cautionary tale of the future with socialism

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From an American reader, this book is a possible future... for me I venezuelan that escape the horror of socialism this book is a tale of my past. 70% of what is book talks about I already live it in my country.

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Food for thought. . . . . .

There's plenty here that is hard to argue with, and plenty more that is subjective. It's a provocative read, but there is undoubtedly a lot of stuff that may make you question your assumptions and think hard about why you are doing certain things. Worth your time.

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  • 11-30-17

Practical spiritual survival in a world gone mad

Do you live in Clown World?

Does nothing you were taught make any sense?

Then this is a worthwhile and practical guide for living your life more enjoyably.