The Ultimate Deception

1st Book Library, 2001 - 468 pages
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This is the third of the trilogy by the author on the subject of good representative, responsive, responsible, clean, efficient and effective government for ALL. The first book Judicial Systems of the Third World: The Case of India, ISBN 1-4033-3975-5-7-9 examined how well the promises of equality and social, political, and economic justice enshrined in the Constitution of India had been fulfilled. It was found that even though India did adopt in 1949 a democratic Constitution which guaranteed fundamental rights without discrimination, the courts generally continued to function in the same manner as they used to during the British raj.

The second book LCM & HCF of Democracy: Paradigm of Hamburger and Vadapaav, ISBN 978-1 4259-8176-1 based on case studies of actual civil and criminal cases prosecuted in Colorado courts found that written mandatory laws are violated at will by courts in Colorado and a Colorado enjoys dictatorial powers to decide whom to favor, and how quickly.

This present study examines the manner how a major decision of war was made as though in a dictatorship, only to find after converting nearly four thousand young men and women into war fodder that the decision was wrong. The former supporters of war in Congress now want to disclaim their support.

The naked truth is that the unalienable rights of life and liberty of over 3,300 young men and women were summarily abolished in one stroke and they were made guinea pigs. The unalienable right to pursuit of happiness was destroyed for several more thousand men, women and children. The Administration now attempts to explain away its misadventures with the help of sacrificial goats and scapegoats. Significantly, the former Director of C.I.A. has publicly claimed that he has been made a scapegoat.

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