We are living in interesting times. We are facing political, economical, societal and ethical issues, big and small. These issues keep influencing the lives of thousands, even millions of people every day, one way or another. And, perhaps even more important, they influence the way some of our fellows perceive the world we all live in.
Sadly, our only answer to these issues appears to be rejection. We reject people for who they are, or where they come form, or things they simply cannot help. We reject politicians for situations we caused ourselves. Isn’t it time to own up to being (at least) part of the problem, and work on real solutions. Isn’t it time to reject what “they say” and start thinking instead? This is a signed copy.
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About the Author
Gerry MacOstair is an Austrian independent author and publisher. Having fallen hopelessly in love with the written word at a very young age (at around 5) and taken a strong interest in politics shortly thereafter (at around 8), he never quite recovered from either. Growing up during the political unrest of the 1970s and 1980s in a country encircled by powers stubbornly adhering to utterly contradicting ideologies didn’t help his case, either. “They Made Me Say It” is not Gerry’s first published book, but it is his debut as an utterly independent production.