In this easy-to-read book, How to Fight Terrorism and Other Thoughts, Tabitha Davol, a Kenyan-American, gives Americans and other westerners her perspective on how to fight terrorism. She discusses how the British first came to Kenya and colonized it, and how the Mau Mau freedom fighters eventually fought and won independence from the British using so-called primitive methods. Tabitha advises westerners to not underestimate any human beings even if they live in Third World countries. She informs the United States and other powerful nations that the strategy of invading and occupying nations is not the way to fight terrorism
The author also shares her views on U.S. President Barack Obama, whose father was Kenyan and mother was American, the U.S. invasion of Iraq, American politics, the tea party and birthers, health care, Kenyan marriages, and other topics. This book contains some important messages and ideas for America and the world.
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|Size: ||395 KB|
|Publisher: ||Purposely Created Publishing Group|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781942838838 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|