2034: The Corporation - Post 2012

Overview

The failure of the U.S. Government; enabled by the financial crisis, media, national debt, reckless Federal spending and haughty politicians. In only a few short years, the masses begin desperately seeking stability and willfully vote to dissolve the U.S. Constitution creating the first-ever Social Enterprise Employee Stock Ownership Country (SEESOC). Quickly, the people find they have really just become corporate slaves, locked inside two Great Walls separating Mexico and Canada. Tagged with barcodes and ...
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Overview

The failure of the U.S. Government; enabled by the financial crisis, media, national debt, reckless Federal spending and haughty politicians. In only a few short years, the masses begin desperately seeking stability and willfully vote to dissolve the U.S. Constitution creating the first-ever Social Enterprise Employee Stock Ownership Country (SEESOC). Quickly, the people find they have really just become corporate slaves, locked inside two Great Walls separating Mexico and Canada. Tagged with barcodes and endlessly watched by Security Services, the dystopian novel, 2034, illustrates just how George Orwell's prophecy could be unfolding. Despite The Corporation's control of all information and annihilation of memory and history, one man will risk his life for love and freedom. The novel, 2034 is a haunting tale of mass ignorance, "MediaThink" and materialism, all leading to an inevitable destiny: the loss of Freedom.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781441485984
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/24/2009
  • Pages: 356
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.79 (d)

Meet the Author

Mark Whistler is a professional trader, author and analyst. His books include Trading Pairs (Wiley, 2004), Trade with Passion and Purpose (John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2006), Profit from China (Investment U/Wiley, 2006), Profit from Uranium (Investment U/Wiley, 2006) and The Swing Trader's Bible (John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2008), co-authored with Matt McCall.

From time to time Mark can be seen on CNBC and is a regular weekly presenter on FXstreet.com, discussing currency trading and global markets.
Whistler is a contributing Senior Market Strategist to TradingMarkets.com and is the founder of WallStreetRockStar.com, FXvolatility.com and InstitutionalIndexResearch.com.
Whistler is also one of four partners of fxWorldMarkets.com, developing algorithmic currency trading solutions for institutions and retail traders globally.

Whistler also contributes educational articles to Investopedia.com, BabyPIPs.com and TradersChoiceFX.com.

In his spare time, Mr. Whistler operates Eats for the Streets (a grassroots organization devoted to helping homeless across America) and the MarkWhistlerGallery.com (an Internet art space dedicated to providing an unbiased platform for emerging artists to display their works).

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