Synopsis---An eighth-grade boy was shot to death inside a California junior high school shortly after publicly saying he was gay.
In New York City, “Rider Asks if Cabby is Muslim, Then Stabs Him”.
Seven people die when a gunman opens fire in a Sikh Temple.
In Texas, three white men chain a darker skinned man to the back of a pickup truck and drag him for three miles till his death.
In the United States and across the world, there isn’t a country immune to headlines accentuating, in one form or another, hatred, bullying, or domestic violence. And this is only the continuation of our misery that, if not given our attention, will only get worse.
Has anyone ever told you a big lie? Were you devastated when you found out the truth? What if it was learned that you and I, and millions of other people, are living lies that date back 2,500 years?
Some ten years ago, the Human Genome Project released its results: “DNA studies do not indicate that separate classifiable subspecies (races) exist within modern humans.” In other words, no person, regardless of skin color, appearance, or behavior, has enough genetic deviation from other people to classify him or her as genetically different from anyone else. White is not White, Black is not Black. Race doesn’t exist except that it’s trapped in lies, and homosexuality is as normal as heterosexuality. But that’s not what we learn from our parents and teachers. We still talk about race and other perceived differences between people. Meanwhile, untold millions, perhaps billions of people continue to suffer from the lies that lead to hate and divisiveness based on wholly imaginary differences. What we think are random acts of violence and bullying, are really the result of thousands of years of conditioning by our parents that we, unwittingly, continue to hand down to our children!
This is the startling story of how bullies learn to be bullies, how bullies get empowered, and how you and I enable the bullying. It is the narrative of a (supposedly) White male Baby Boomer confronted with new scientific information overlaid with personal experience and observation. It’s my journey of discovery, during which I examine how our religious, economic, and civic differences continue to keep people apart despite the truth that such differences are all human inventions. It explores the horrific implications for our children in this new age of changing demographics and technological leaps if we continue to live these lies. The story here is the revelation of what enables us, the moms and dads, like farmers, to raise our bullies on a daily basis. Yet this polarization and divisiveness we experience every day is no accident. We shouldn’t be surprised that it leads to our cocoons of filtered information and further discrimination.
Our Road to Hatred will assertively challenge readers to reset and realign their thinking based on historical information while over laid with other new scientific discoveries of who mankind really is. The worldly consequences of those lies we live are told here.
Certain to be provocative, to stir conversation, debate and controversy, Our Road to Hatred—How we Raise our Bullies, is a compelling book that promises its readers this: You will see yourself, and your fellow humans, as never before.