The Decay of the West ... Portrayed in Letters

eBook (PDF), 246 Pages
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Personal letters to family and friends, politicians and others, focusing on family life, the rise of environmentalist propaganda, the decline in educational standards, changes in Western society due to the policy of multiculturalism, and the general decline and decay of the West.
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  • By Kathi Wyldeck
    Nov 9, 2011
    For those interested in people's lives, their interactions with family and friends, and their personal views on current affairs and politics, then this book could well be of interest. Presented in the form of letters to family, friends and politicians, plus blog pages and emails, local and world affairs are traced across the turn of the twenty-first century, from an Australian's point of view. This is an interesting record of an ordinary person's life. The book follows a journey through marriage breakdown, life with teenagers as a single mother, the decline of educational standards and the resort to homeschooling as an alternative, the change in society due to the abolition of the policy of assimilation and integration of migrants, plus discussion of general political views and comments on current affairs. An interesting read with plenty of colour photos.
  • By Jenny Chadwick
    Feb 28, 2010
    Wow! What an interesting read! I bought this book because the author's opinions and concerns appealed to me. I love reading letters to the editor when I read the newspaper, and I'm always interested in what other people think about current affairs issues. Everyone sees things from their own personal angle, so I thought a book about the decay of the Western World, as seen through a Westerner's eyes, would be worth reading. I found myself totally absorbed and couldn't put the book down. The author has an easy, flowing style, and there are lovely letters about birds and nature, growing children, holidays and world travel. Along with these happy letters also come sad ones of family breakdown, declining educational standards, climate change propagandists, growing social instability and the United Nations push for World Government. If this book were found in a dusty attic many years into the future, it would certainly represent an interesting piece of primary source history of our times, at... More > least from one person's viewpoint.< Less
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December 26, 2011
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