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Our Road to Hatred: How We Raise Our Bullies

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Has anyone ever told you a big lie? Were you devastated when you found out the truth? What if it became apparent that you and I, and billions of other people, are living lies that date back 2,500 years and are affecting our children?

Some ten years ago, the Human Genome Project released its results: “DNA studies do not indicate that separate classifiable subspecies (races)
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Paperback, 348 pages
Published March 27th 2013 by CreateSpace
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Debbie "DJ"
May 04, 2014 Debbie "DJ" rated it it was amazing
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Wow, this book was more than I ever imagined. The amount of research and time the author spends are phenomenal. We are taken back in time to see where bullying really began, and then given historical and current events as support. Many will hate this book as our religion plays the biggest role. I've always found this to be the truth, and if you are looking for scientific facts for proof, look no further. I wish everyone could read this book with an open mind, and just maybe our planet will have
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Ms. Reader
Aug 09, 2014 Ms. Reader rated it it was ok
Honestly, this book had so much potential. The points he was trying to make, the reasons behind the title, the logic he had going on, it was destined for a very inspirational read on the concepts of bullying in both childhood and adulthood. He was leading onto some extremely good concepts. The only thing was it was bland and my interested lacked in nearly every chapter. Even though the chapters were relativity short to read, it felt like they dragged on and on with a lot of research that made it ...more
Naomi
Aug 02, 2013 Naomi rated it it was ok
The concluding recommendations of practices and the core message - humanity is equal and we have work to do to affirm one another and create a more peaceful and fruitful world -- are fine. But the legacies of inequity and false beliefs (such as the supremacy and weakness of different people - cultures) have long-term effects we have to address. As long as humanity is engaged in judging people by whether we belong or not, we need to be able to talk about those judgments, and also the gifts and ...more
Colleen Johnson
Sep 01, 2013 Colleen Johnson rated it it was amazing
This author has an amazing sight of the world we live in. It’s as if he can see the past, the present and the future all at once and put together this elaborate map of people. How we were, what we are now, what’s to come should things change, stay the same, etc. He’s a genius about social structure, factions, fundamentalists, the role of religion in the lives of society and he doesn’t present a lecture. Instead, this book is a pleasure to read because it really makes you think. He’s a marvel ...more
Amber Garabrandt
Aug 22, 2013 Amber Garabrandt rated it liked it
Probably my least favorite group read. While I firmly stand behind some of the author's ideas I feel like he too often used this as his personal soap box (which is his right... it is his book after all). For the most part I enjoyed the book and got some great suggestions for further reading, but I feel like I was bludgeoned to death with certain details while others were skimmed. I also felt like the author had a large axe to grind in reguards to organized religion that seemed odd considering ...more
Andrea M
Jun 18, 2013 Andrea M rated it really liked it
Centuries of hatred and persecution towards people different from us has gradually laid the groundwork for what today's various types of bullying stems from. An eye opening book describing how ignorance, supremacy and hatred lead us to inadvertenty raise our children the same way, creating todays bullys! Time to make some changes people!!
Andrea
Jun 18, 2013 Andrea rated it really liked it
Centuries of hatred and persecution towards people different from us has gradually laid the groundwork for what today's various types of bullying stems from. An eye opening book describing how ignorance, supremacy and hatred have lead us to inadvertently raise our children the same way, creating today's bully! Time to make some changes people!
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