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The Boy and the Tower

By Nigel Shindler

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Format: Paperback / softback, 334 pages
Other Information: black & white illustrations
Published In: United States, 04 May 2015
IHistory is created by two opposing forces; good, creates; evil; destroys. Jews are made in the image of The Lord, and create all civilizations; Homo-sapiens, when they are given the opportunity to behave in accordance with their nature, are responsible for the fall of all civilizations. Hegel describes history as consisting of two elements; a thesis, and anti-thesis; like the pendulum of a clock, the thesis moves in one direction, and the anti-thesis moves in the other. To make an analogy, what this means in terms of technology, is that Jews develop technology that constructs a car, and travel forward in it, then abandon the vehicle. Homo-sapiens then hop in the car, and travel in the opposite direction, and due to driving recklessly they abandon the car once it stops working. Jews come across the wrecked vehicle, and develop technology that enables it to function, and travel forward again. Once Jews leave the vehicle, Homo-sapiens do exactly what they did before; causing more mayhem to the car, and environment; however, destruction isn't caused by the mishandling of technology, but rather the manner in which Homo-sapiens treat one another. History reveals that people oppress others in the same manner they were oppressed, and due to enhancements in technology manufactured by Jews, the destruction caused becomes greater; this pattern of behaviour repeats itself over, and over again. Progress is possible due to Jews; for one to expect Homo-sapiens to change on their own accord is not a realistic proposition; genetic re-formulation, over the course of millions of years, would be required to make this possible. Homo-sapiens are savage by nature due to a form of evolution known as "neoteny"; which was used to enable them to survive when climatic conditions endangered their natural habitat, tropical rain-forests; they can, thus, appear to be a fully mature adult, but still have the mind of an infant. Homo-sapiens use whatever materials they have at their disposal to destroy. Many people believe serial killers are solitary predators; this belief is deluded, and serves to hide the despicable truth people cannot face about themselves. Recent film footage has revealed how "police officers" in the U.S. use the tools at their disposal to prey on others; every nation has a population it scapegoats. The "officers" kill because this is the ultimate form of destruction, and due to being able to do this in a public forum, it heightens their sense of power, and, thus, their level of pleasure.

About the Author

When I think about the story of my life I realize the most important ingredients are provided in the beginning; I've been blessed to have lived a life populated with people from a diverse array of backgrounds from a young age. Reading was the place I first place my family had a home in England; Liverpool, however, seemed far more my home due to the people there who enriched my life in so many ways. Some of my fondest memories are a clothing store in downtown Liverpool where my relations congregated. The air was typically stuffy in this locality; dust was often seen floating in the air; countering this murkiness, were plenty of smiles, handshakes, and shillings quietly tucked in a back pocket, that could brighten even the dreariest rainy day. My Grandmother and Auntie Jessie visited here often, and would chat while they sipped cups of tea and nibbled away on biscuits. I remember my Uncle Jackie whose cheeks were always the colour red, whether he was laughing, smiling, or disheartened; these were people I loved being around, and treasured the opportunity to listen to their stories, and I always knew they valued my company.

EAN: 9781512031218
ISBN: 1512031216
Publisher: Createspace
Dimensions: 27.9 x 21.6 x 1.8 centimetres (0.78 kg)
Age Range: 15+ years
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