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Enjoy the Decline: Accepting and Living with the Death of the United States Paperback – January 7, 2013
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However, some of his suggestions are outlandish, such as his suggestion for "ultimate" retirement (but I won't spoil for you). And he is an atheist that believes we have no existence outside this time space continuum. That is open to wide debate. Because of his existential nihilism, he misses more stable and profound sources of hope in the spiritual realm.
But again, he does offer hope even for nihilists in the miserable unhappiness the left will enjoy even as they contemptuously bring down the greatest nation in history. Only one thing I see that he may have missed. As the socialist winds blow our constitutional republic away, he says the left will suffer as well, as they reap the bitter fruit of their ideology and mourn its failure. I respectfully disagree. They will simply blame someone or something else for their abject failure.
Other than that, it is a quick read that I often found myself shaking my head in agreement thinking "He is right! That is exactly what is happening! And yes, we must be ready for the inevitable!"
The premise of planning for the continued demise of our great nation is a good idea but I'd do it with a strategy of reinforcement instead of checking out. Good choices lead to personal freedom. There are rules for happiness and they don't involve most of the things he suggests in this book.
Good opening premise but rather flawed plan in response.
It's too late for me to get any use from this book, but I still read it. I'm currently paying 38% of my income to my ex wife in the form of alimony and child support. Another 38% goes to federal and state taxes.
So I get to keep 24% of my income, and the rest is taken from me by threat of force (thanks uncle sam).
If I could go back and do it again I' be smart. No wife. No high paying job for the government to confiscate from.
I'd be a traveling bum. Better then a slave with the state's gun pointed to his head.
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