Chaos Revolution And Redemption: The Children Of Tomorrow
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"Chaos Revolution and Redemption: The Children of Tomorrow" is an account of a civilization that is redeemed after chaos and calamities. It is a description of a cosmic intervention that is taking place right before our eyes. A world revolution is taking place. Our climate is changing, but the human world is also in equal transformation. Present calamities, (droughts, wars, food shortages, floods, wild fires, hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes, tsunamis), and those yet to come, all herald this cosmic change. There will be a complete revolution of our world as we know it. Old ideologies, along with their followers, will be exposed and challenged. False ideas and concepts that have shaped the values of American culture for centuries will be abandoned. Definitions and stereotypes of race and gender will be overthrown to make way for a completely new and different society. Politicians and other warmongers will be exposed. Their greed and brutality will compose the mantra of their age. In rectification of this karma, a tremendous and cleansing change is coming.The dynamics of this revolutionary change is dilineated by The Prophet Ok-ta-ha within the pages of "Chaos Revolution and Redemption: The Children of Tomorrow. " "Chaos Revolution and Redemption: The Children of Tomorrow" also contains the scathing and controversial essay, "The White Tribe" which chronicles the journey of an American black man through the white world of wealth and power. This essay, successor to James Baldwin's, "The Fire Next Time" does not offer a solution based on the Judeo-Christian ethic, but indicts instead. It trumpets a new age sans White domination sustained by military might and cultural hegemony.
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- 172 pages
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- 229 x 152 x 10