WHAT WENT WRONG: The Clash Between Morality and Modernity in the WEST

WHAT WENT WRONG: The Clash Between Morality and Modernity in the WEST

By Zahir Ebrahim

Project Humanbeingsfirst.org

WHY has it come to this?

- “Nothing is more certain in modern society than the principle that there are no absolutes, that a name, a phrases, a standard has meaning only when associated with the considerations which give birth to nomenclature. To those who would paralyze our Government in the face of impending threat by encasing it in a semantic strait-jacket, we must reply that all concepts are relative.” -- Justice Vinson, U.S. Supreme Court, 1951 AD

Or is it perhaps more accurate to expand that to:

WHAT WENT WRONG: The Clash Between Morality and Modernity in the WEST

(That aforementioned link points to something entirely different – a heart-wrenching story)

It's my next book title with a foreword of course penned by none other than Bernard Lewis...

And it probably has something to do with this:

What's the connection?

Read my next book to learn of the Kings' legal gift to Banksters over the centuries, and the Banksters' Gift to Humanity in turn, from which “all the evil that follows” has made the tragedy of the orchestrated decline of the Western Civilization at least as grotesque as that of the natural one of the Muslims in the Middle East.

Today, both share a common enemy which actively prevents genuine indigenous development and reformation away from servitude to the same masters leaving no exit.

By astutely joining forces, strategically and tactically, and by focussing with laser-sharp precision on that one prime-mover common global enemy of mankind without getting lost in the million red herrings thrown in the path by their errand boys, the clash between morality and modernity can surely be mitigated both in the West, and in the East. And ultimately eliminated.