Civilization at Risk: Seeds of Strife (Second Edition)
A devastating human rights war has unfolded, with precious few warriors to combat it, let alone stem the brutal injustice that is of Holocaust dimensions.
If there is any scourge that puts Civilization at Risk, it is the malignant disregard for the human rights of millions of people, who suffer slavery and inhumane treatment, at the hands of fellow human beings. With 30 million people in slavery, today, 30 million Seeds of Strife have been sown, as the souls of these victims are seared beyond human recognition.
Human Trafficking cannot be combated by indifference or ignorance, but by the education of people worldwide, to awaken them to this 21st Century scourge, as well as by instilling in people across the globe, the courage and determination to stand and fight this evil.
Civilization at Risk: Seeds of Strife (Second Edition) offers an immediate call to arms, to fight the evil that the human slaver wages, against any attempt to create a just and benevolent civilization. As the pen is mightier than the sword, so, too, this book cuts to the quick, to confront and dispel any efforts to mitigate the horrors of the 21st Century Holocaust that is Human Trafficking.
Dr Ron D. Petitte retired at the end of the Spring 2019 academic semester at Bryan College, USA, after 25 years of service, to become a full-time writer. He was honored with the title, Dean Emeritus, the first time a Dean has been so recognized by Bryan College. A retired US Army Colonel, with 30 years of training and service, COL Petitte is a graduate of the Virginia Military Institute (VMI). He served as a technical advisor for 20th Century Fox, on the academy award winning film, Patton, and took his Master’s and doctorate at Central Michigan and Golden Gate Universities, respectively. He is a recipient of the George Washington Honor Medal, awarded by Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. Selected as Teacher of the Year by Bryan College and recognized with dual awards for his teaching abilities by the American Political Science Association and the National Political Science Honor Society, Dr Petitte was chosen as Scholar of the Year by Bryan College, for Civilization at Risk: Seeds of Strife (2013). This was followed by Civilization at Risk: Seeds of War in 2016.
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