Saturday, March 11, 2017

America Under Mind Control-Book Review

Hey everyone,

I hope all is well, I've been really busy promoting my new book, "America Under Mind Control." I had my book reviewed by Realistic Poetry International and they felt it was a great read. Here's the book review below:

Mind control, poetry, truth and lies.” - R P I

America Under Control Mind Control & Society Jamell Crouthers “America Under Control” is a jaw dropping epic, pertinent to our society today and significant to the future ahead. The author is well-known for his demanding and focused agenda to enlighten the world with a robust of knowledge he has acquired in deciphering some of the world's most convoluted and controversial societal twists and inadequacies; and according to Jamell, the twisted American paradox currently dominating the mainstream limelight is intentional and ultimately dangerous. But why? Don’t worry, after reading this book, “why” will quickly become a rhetorical question!

Because this is one author who really puts poetry’s power to full use in an honest and sincere effort to impel change. And through an array of specific societal topics such as “fashion brands”, “sex and porn”, “gambling”, “student loans”, “corporate America”, the “educational system” and many more, a convincing presentation of poetry that is nearly impossible to dismiss, thoroughly challenge the authenticity of America’s integrity and principles woven into the great red, white, and blue.

Diving right into it, Jamell doesn’t waste any time in explaining where he believes the corrupt sinister American legacy originated from in his poem “Rothschild Family”. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the infamous name, in the words of the narrator;

“Were one of the 13 families that run and control every aspect of the world…….worth 500 trillion dollars and counting…” 

Wow! The idea of such a reality is indeed immense to take in, yet certainly plausible. But what we happen to find most intriguing about this notion is the evil, manipulation, and treachery involved with this wealthy family’s notorious reputation. Using a first person’s writing technique, Crouthers writes the poem as if he is literally one of the Rothschild members (very dramatic!) vividly divulging all of the details most conspiracists would put their life on the line to obtain!

Microchips? Human sacrifices? New World Orders? Even If you question the author’s personal perspective, one can’t help but wonder, what if?

The unnerving introduction from the fictionalized voice of a wealthy Rothschild affiliate warns us of what author Jamell’s book entails; mind control. His featured poem “Music and Radio” describes the hidden motive behind creating certain types of music with subliminal implications of negative, destructive, and detrimental doctrine to usher everyday civilians and citizens into unconsciously making reckless and erroneous decisions to help support their “hidden” agenda, spend more money, and inevitably become a blind “follower” along with hundreds and thousands of others confounded by their thick, black cloud of murkiness.

The essence of this poem is to simply highlight the severe contradiction found in music industries and business that enables companies to (by all means) irresponsibly provoke an uncultured society while ignoring the damage being inflicted to not only a more youthful, immature, and impressionable society, but to us all. We are truly moved by this poem, as we are endearingly passionate supporters of the youth, in which it seems crucial for adults, parents, and leaders to be sensitive and genuinely considerate when analyzing the human beings overall development. Nonetheless, Jamell ends this ensemble with a direct message…or shall we say warning, saying;

“You can’t escape me, I’m not that far away and I’m always near. I know you want to live well and rich, don’t you? Don't you want the Lamborghini and that huge mansion? Yeah I know you that’s what I want you to be, greedy, I’m music and I control you, every….single….day”;

Riveting and tremendously ominous! Delving even deeper, this book includes a poem entitled “Sex and Porn” to help the audience see beyond the common perspective of both terms, which usually tends to endorse sex only as a commodity, rather than an act shared between two established or committed individuals (and porn as an innocent form of entertainment that’s merely exciting, fun, and satisfying). Jamell turns up the heat a bit and tells it like it is, in other words, no sugarcoating to protect any feelings when he writes;

“sexual gratification is what we all want, don’t we? It’s not about intellectual conversation with someone…” and then;

“morals and values aren’t necessary in today’s society. Explore your inhibitions with a plethora of people, isn’t it about satisfying your sexual wants and desires”,

using carefree and simplistic ‘modern day’ thinking in this statement as a prime example of an individual deemed to be conditioned and blinded to the corrupt and immoral agenda inspired by unparalleled powerheads such as the Rothschild family. It is critical to understand the underlying meaning of Jamell’s presentation in this poem which is; popular forms of entertainment such as porn and sex are purposely endorsed, promoted, and allowed not merely for our own pleasure, but to specifically 1.) Plant the seed of addiction in the mind and 2.) Warp traditional morals, values, and principles and condone promiscousity in addition to lewd behavior.

What we find particularly interesting about the author’s technique in displaying all of this disturbing information is how he personifies all of the key sources world leaders have at hand to make their job of brainwashing all the more expedient…and easy! For instance, music, copulation, and porn speak with the tone and mindset of a villain that has zero concern for a human beings life, in all reality, amused by their opponents (citizens) inability to comprehend their hidden agenda due to ignorance and lack of knowledge.

School and education is one of the key routes to success in America...or is it? Well, perhaps it is if you’re able to afford the rising tuition costs and bear the heavy weight of steep student loan debt. As a reader, you can literally feel the author’s raw emotion of frustration, discontent, and disagreement in America’s decision to place an exceptionally high price tag on a higher learning, raging through the words of the poem. In this particular piece, the narrator's blunt cynicism and satirical articulation teases all of the individuals who lean on the pursuit of education to secure a certain degree of success. Personifying ‘student loans’ as a character, Jamell writes;

“go for your associates, bachelors, and masters, even a doctorate, the more time you spend in school, the more debt you’ll be in…” then

you thought those pieces of paper would lead to happiness and a career, meanwhile you're unhappy, not in the field you want to be in. Yup, that’s the average person in this day and age and reality. It’s not sad for me, I’m going to get my money back somehow, someway…” as if to be a student’s worst nightmare!

The author is direct and concise in this expressive collection and despite the societal controversies that surround many of the subjects addressed in this book, his candor let’s us know that he is willing to stand up for what he believes in, especially if it’s for a good cause! And what better cause to fight for than that of humanity?

In truth, it may be frightening or even disturbing to imagine (as a person or an American citizen) political and governmental leaders in cahoots with low-down scandals pumped by gluttonous greed, even so, it is well worth reading and has the ability to affect any single life inclined to see the world we live in from someone else's perspective, to consider the voice of one who is passionately devoted to uncovering the dark veil of secrets, so that in the end, his commitment to what his heart feels is right, establishes a gateway to true freedom from the oppressors of society.

We rate this book 5 stars and encourage readers to get their copy today!

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