Why do we always seem to have an enemy? A “boogeyman?” The notorious Mobster Sam Giancana once said, “The ‘fat cats’ were fully aware that Americans will do anything for Patriotism, hence, you always must provide them with an enemy…a ‘boogieman.’ They won’t overwork themselves just to make huge profits for ‘fat cats’ for any other reason, so new enemies always have to be found or created.” Unknown to many people, wars are big business for powerful banking interests. Unfortunately, they place profits before human life and choose lucrative war-time deals instead of peace in the world. This book examines this and much much more!
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Doyle Randall Ashcraft was born in 1962 and grew up in the southern United States, to be a Patriot. After spending twenty-two years in the Army where he encountered people from many other countries, of all nationalities and ethnic backgrounds, he realized different people have different perspectives about life, and no one has a right to look down upon another person based on external attributes. After deploying twice after 9/11, to Egypt and Iraq, he retired from the Army in 2006. Subsequently, obtaining a job as a postal letter carrier on an 8 mile/day walking route, he also earned two degrees, a Bachelor of Science in Business and a Bachelor of Arts in History from Columbia College of Missouri. History is his passion and he enjoys writing about historical events which still affect society today. He has two wonderful kids with families of their own now. He is currently semi-retired and his first book, “On the Trail of a Human Being, A Call for Racial Healing” is now re-published. His second book in the “Trail of a Human Being Series,” “The Day Patriotism was HiJacked, ReThinking 9/11,” is also now available on Amazon.