Monsters Among Us – Man’s Inhumanity: A Philosophical Treatise by Kenneth Passan.
“Monsters Among Us” is a current treatise on the world around us and the dangers we face in the midst of living our lives. The focus is a look into the eyes of everyday people who have become ‘monsters” through their evil deeds toward their fellow citizens.
This book is reminiscent of Hal Lindsey’s “Late Great Planet Earth” and Eric Hoffer’s “Reflections on the Human Condition.”
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This is a philosophical work of nonfiction based on historical and current facts, and
potential truths of our future. For some, the writing may be reminiscent of Hal Lindsey’s The Late Great Planet Earth.
From the curious peeking into the world of spirituality, cults, and the occult to international terrorism, issues are discussed involving various monstrous acts of many human beings. Whether they are violent or nonviolent activities of criminal and abominable behavior, wherever human monsters go or behave, innocent people fall victim to their acts. Human monsters of all kinds are everywhere and this book just skims the surface of all that we, as human beings, shouldn’t be.
Nowadays, monsters are all inclusive of all criminals of every kind, tyrannical state leaders, militants, and all terrorists both domestic and international. The book describes some of them and how they affect societies. Both a fictitious and true case of sadistic brutality are discussed in two of the chapters, which barely scratch the surface of the total number of monsters among us.
Think adultery is not a monstrous act? Can you say with 100% accuracy that cheating by anyone has never led to murder or other despicable acts? That is in one of the chapters that covers this seemingly benign behavior.
The seven deadly sins have a chapter of their own. They are the basis for every sin that man added to his list of transgressions, and every crime that has ever been committed since Adam and Eve.
Finally, how would we behave if we survived after a global catastrophe-a true apocalyptic event? The final chapter reveals a grim prognosis of what life could be like in a world with a complete lack of former normalcy but filled with chaos and anarchy and survivors descended from a well-bred civilization only to become primitive hunter-gatherers. Yet, there still is left some hope, which is mentioned.
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