America: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly, 400 years Still No Freedom and No Peace

by Doris J. Stevens



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/27/2000

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 340
ISBN : 9781587214813

About the Book

This book is about real issues and the truth that no one is ready for. What is wrong with society and the system? The white man's ultimate goal is to destroy the black man and the black race. Greed has overpowered his thinking to control everything and everybody. If the course he is on is not changed very soon, the outcome of things will be worse than any war we, as a country, have ever been in or have seen on this earth.

My book contains real issues on drugs, racism, violence, politics, poor people, rich people, etc. as well as justice for white America and injustice for black and Hispanic people. We are poor, oppressed and depressed. Can you imagine being all that, plus being black and Hispanic? That's a living hell. There are other races I mention in my book, but these two races the white man really wants to get rid of, and that is impossible and UNGODLY.

About the Author

I am a strong and very caring black woman, the mother of six children and six grandchildren. I don't have a degree in education, but I do have old-fashioned common sense and plenty of knowledge about what is right and what is wrong with the mad men that are running things in this country. I am among millions of hard-working, God-fearing people. We are the people whose children and children's children are slowly being killed by the system.

I wrote this book with pure hatred for the white man in my heart because he has stripped me, a poor black woman, of everything, and at last he threatened my soul and that belongs to my God. I was afraid, because to hate someone was against all the moral principals that I was raised with and had instilled in my children. It is not about money, because there is so much to do and little time to do it in. It is about letting the truth be heard from poor people so we will not cry out in violent ways that hurt us all.