America Markedby Eddie Baker
My book about drugs and the drug cartel is on the cutting edge of world events, terrorist activity and crime, and has its finger on the pulse of a world gone mad from all four corners. Of course, in reality, truth is much more frightening than any sci-fi thriller, and in the world of drugs, that means murder, mayhem, and conspiracies. In many cases, the conspirators are unwitting and unwilling participants.
In order to understand our proximity on the map of time and how we stumbled into the quicksand that permeates all news headlines, TV, and radio channels, we must look outside and beyond our planet, in order to step back and regroup our thoughts. Our first chapter utilizes a make-believe extraterrestrial visitor who has stopped two hundred miles above our planet. While deciding where to land and where to call home, he, of course, is surprised by what he finds. We use our alien friend only in the first chapter and for a short period, because he is fiction, and our book is dead serious. We utilize our alien friend as a third-party to show how our earth appears from a distance.
Chapter Two is an illustration of what America was about post-World-War-Two, when it did not contain the drug�s social virus and it was not fighting the drug war. It shows what might have inspired our alien friend to traverse the universe when America held all the cards. Chapter Two will lift the veil of time that has slowly acclimated our people to accepting the results that have been perpetrated on our people.
As we step into Chapter Three, we chronologically and geographically explain who, when, and where this epidemic of drug use and drug sales began. We identify the suppliers and purveyors, as well as the purchasers. Once we have moved beyond the mechanics of how and when it started, we begin the Herculean task of explaining that our logic and our war on drugs has not only been wrong but is totally backwards.
This, of course, leads us into the chapter that will explain the results and the detrimental effect of how the drug war has butchered our people. The results have not only been bloody, but could decimate our economic infrastructure.
As our chapters flow forward, we create a compassion for the drug user who has been overlooked, and unequivocally prove that he is more victim than villain. Also, we expose a giant domestic drug dealer of a pharmaceutical nature, which is the genesis of many drug users. We utilize a couple of short stories based on true incidents to explain how opiate or heroin addiction can cast your life into utter darkness.
To intrigue the most hardened cynics, and in some cases, atheists, we explain and prove the difference between the brain and the mind. This chapter incorporates the world of matter, as well as antimatter, by showing the detrimental affect of drugs on both forces.
Throughout our book, we provide a climax for our readers with an unconventional solution that has been obscured, subdued, and overlooked for a variety of dangerous and selfish reasons. This chapter may be the most precarious for me as a writer, but we take no prisoners and give no quarter. After all, the drug cartels have shown no mercy on the American people.
From a theological point of view concerning current world events, we explain the coming storm that rests in the back corner of everyone�s mind. While reviewing these eminent and impending storms, we itemize them and then explain the need to be clean and sober in order to survive the future.
While our book deals on a national basis, we do offer, in our last chapter, unconventional and unappreciated techniques for stepping out of darkness and drug use and into the light. These unconventional techniques are not just ideas, they are mechanical results that dry-out centers, prisons, and detox doctors have failed to pursue. We explain cause and effect in the neurotransmitters of the brain and how not only to get back on track but also how to board the right train.
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