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America Under Mind Control

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by: Jamell Crouthers
Books with a 5 star rating  (2)
Publication Date: July 7, 2021
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 140
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781072699675
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Book Synopsis
What happens when society takes control of your mind and how you think? This book speaks on all of the issues going on in today’s society and how the rich, wealthy and elite do everything in their power to keep the American people under mind control. There are different tactics and ways they use to make sure we as a people don’t strive for greatness in life. It starts from when you’re a child in the education system and how we’re taught to be obedient and to respect authority all the way into Corporate America. Our minds are programmed on a daily basis and whether we realize it or not, we don’t take the time to see the bigger picture of how the world is run. From the music we listen to, to the television we watch, the politics they control and infiltrate, this book deals head on with how we the American people are controlled by so many messages on a daily basis. It’s a book that speaks truth into how this country and the world is in shambles and how we need to come together as a nation
Customer Comments
Anonymous
Posted: August 15, 2021
Customer comment 5 star rating
America Under Mind Control is a thought provoking novel. The author Jamell Crouthers shows how different segments of society whether it be music, media, magazine, guns or trademarks influence people in different manner and shape their thinking patterns. We are so much a product of society that we have lost our individuality and behave like anyone else. We laugh and dance at silly and meaningless songs and greed and self satisfaction is our biggest motto in life. We crave physical satisfaction more than mental or spiritual satisfaction. Instead of being together and fighting against a united cause we spend our time fighting against one another. This is the tragedy of our time and we are not even aware of it.

As for negative feedback I could only say that the book could have been written in a more impactful manner. However the issue raised by it is so thought provoking that I am giving it a five star.
Anonymous
Posted: September 5, 2021
Customer comment 5 star rating
Reviewing books is an interesting task, and you never know what will be sent over, and can only hope for quality pieces to be entertained, as well as inspired. "America Under Mind Control," is just that. A very compelling read, centered around the theme of it's title, Jamell Crouthers brings to the world something refreshing and disturbing, all at the same time. This poetry collection is spoken-word free verse poetry, and it is an attention-grabbing piece, which I was very impressed with.
The book opens with a perfect line to emphasize it’s intense, and intellectual natural; "Welcome to the Madness of Poetic Writing."--And, mad, deep, profound, passionate writing it is! The flow is like that of a performance artist with dramatic, forceful delivery that causes you to feel the topics and allow them to penetrate, perhaps as harsh as the author does, himself.
One can't help but feel a bit perplexed after reviewing this collection. There are many different pieces, though all center around the novel's main theme: the average American being part of the herd--led to nowhere and nothing, but greed and narcissism, without question or reason. Crouthers dedicates his book to those of us who have a profound understanding of the world's matters, and seek truth and substance over frivolous living and spending, vapid and shallow existence, and the general ignorance brought to the table by almost, all middle-America.
I found it to be disconcerting, and inspiring all at the same time. There is a spiritual side to the author, undoubtedly, and one can't help but appreciate that. He tackles issues from the Rothschilds, credit card debit, to social media, and everything in between. While some might tag this paranoid and irrational, I found it to be the opposite. Though one might not agree with all of what Crouthers brings to the forefront, it does cause your brain to tick at a faster pace, and no doubt about it--it is an eye-popper.
The book's philosophical street prophet, so-to-speak, provided me with material that enforced upon me an acceptance of the one ideal that never fades--that we are brainwashed as a society, and I among--unfortunately--so few others, desire to break free from the grip of society's massive and strong hands, and to live a life defined by what I CONSIDER productive, and Crouthers seconds that notion with “America Under Mind Control.”
The book is 125 or so pages, a lengthy number for poetry, but it delivers. There were a few grammatical errors, yet with this type of piece, that matters little. A lack of grammar perfection is actually the opposite of poor writing, when it comes to free verse, because speaking in this tone, with these themes, only makes it seem even more authentic. It’s as if you are watching a man preach to the masses, versus a story that focuses more on technical writing, ignoring the initial point. So, I appreciated the writing and form, and I absolutely recommend this to those whom have courage to take a deeper look.
About The Author
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Jamell is a poet, prose author, blogger and podcaster who has taken on a journey of writing in the prime of his life. He has been writing poetry since the age of 13 but never thought he could utilize his talent to tell stories and write books. He is not the traditional author as he writes his books in prose format with a focus on storylines and societal issues.

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