The Death of a Culture [NOOK Book]

Overview

The book outlines each cultures effect on: land; religion; law; power; family; rights; and wealth. With an understanding of these cultural effects all of us can better understand the problems associated with communicating with the public, legislators and the Animal Radicals. "The rules of one culture can change so drastically in the next that the hero becomes the criminal and the owner becomes the abuser. It is not that the activity of the individual changes but the context that judges the activity." The dog ...
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The Death of a Culture

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Overview

The book outlines each cultures effect on: land; religion; law; power; family; rights; and wealth. With an understanding of these cultural effects all of us can better understand the problems associated with communicating with the public, legislators and the Animal Radicals. "The rules of one culture can change so drastically in the next that the hero becomes the criminal and the owner becomes the abuser. It is not that the activity of the individual changes but the context that judges the activity." The dog breeders are law abiding citizens but via the AR legislation become common criminals.
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E. M. Gilbert Jr
This book clearly defines the Culture War in which we are involved. Here is how the author defines the issue: "The issue is the presence of the legislative sweep itself. It is a created phenomenon. It is created by organizations committed to a cultural philosophy which is not in the interest of animal ownership and enjoyment. It is created specifically to eliminate our rights and relationship to our domestic animals. It is a war, calculated and organized by our enemies and we have not reco
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012763433
  • Publisher: Dynamix Worx Publications LLC
  • Publication date: 6/22/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 139 KB

Meet the Author

The author has been breeding, working with and exhibiting German Shepherd Dogs for 55 years. David's background is quite interesting and fits well for the War we are in: Police Officer; Pastor of Life Center Church, Reno, NV; College Professor teaching Criminal Justice and Theology; and serving both the German Shepherd Dog Club of Reno and the GSD Club of America. He, like you and I, is involved in the day to day war with the Animal Radicals.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 27, 2013

    :(

    It looks good but very sad!!!!!!:(!!!!!!!!!!!!

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