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Slave Ship Earth: The Ultimate Triumph of…

Slave Ship Earth: The Ultimate Triumph of Capitalism

by Bharat Shah

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"Capitalism is imperfect, but that is the best one we have. It has served us well," we are told. Has it really? Have we really looked at it carefully? Has it really helped all people of our country? It has engaged in activities that are against America's interests. It has taken over our government, and made a mockery of democracy. It has converted America into its colony, and is out to enslave the whole world and to harness the latter into its own narrow interest. Dr. Bharat Shah presents an eye-opening analysis to make us think of the catastrophe ahead, if no action is taken now. The entire planet has become a giant slave ship headed into oblivion.

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