2017-05-13 17:54:13 UTC
know that Condoleezza Rice has written a new book extolling
its virtues and benefits and I'll bet it has a lot of stuff
in their about all the great things that we have done for
the people in the Middle East, for instance.
The title of the book is "Democracy: Stories from the Long
Road to Freedom" and you can get your own personal copy
before they sellout from Amazon for $21 (Kindle $16.99).
That's a hardcover version, by the way. So, it will be
suitable for framing on your wall and preserving for your
children and grand children, or perhaps you might want to
show it off by placing it prominently on your coffee table
for awhile before framing it.
For those who are impressed by all that we have done for the
Muslims in Africa and the Middle East in our quest to spread
Democracy, I'm sure there will be lots of stuff about that
in her book, too.
Here's an excerpt from a review of her wonderful book:
"Rice worries that the advance of nationalism in the United
States and elsewhere could upend the international order
that has sought to spread freedom. "Democracy has gained
adherents in the context of this global order," she writes.
Then for another enthusiastic endorsement of the glories of
the new world order, you can read an article by Hillary at
the following website. I think Hillary is probably the
president of the new world article, btw. Or, at least she
would have been if she had won the election.
As one of the many side benefits of the wonderful new world
order, incidentally, we now have a new and improved
Democratic party with a new and improved ideology called
neoliberalism. A good book to read on that subject would
"What About Me?: The Struggle for Identity in a Market-Based
Society, by Paul Verhaeghe.