How Do You Kill 11 Million People?: Why The Truth Matters More Than You Think
By: Andy Andrews
Thomas Nelson; 31712th edition (January 2, 2012)
How Do You Kill 11 Million People? is a short book. You can read it in a blink. It’s 100% worth the hour or whatever it will take you to start and finish it. The title itself even begs you to read it, doesn’t it? And here. I will give you a glimpse. The title refers to what Hitler did to the Jews in WW2. So what’s the answer? How do you kill 11 million people? You lie to them.
Two of my favorite quotes:
Have you ever noticed how we judge the “bad guys” by their actions and the “good guys” by their intentions?
INCREDIBLY, THERE ARE currently 545 human beings who are directly, legally, morally, and individually responsible for every problem America faces. Have you ever wondered why America doesn’t have a balanced budget? Have you ever in your life heard of a politician who wasn’t for a balanced budget? Have you ever heard a politician speak in favor of a complicated tax code that ordinary citizens would find difficult to understand? Then why do we have a complicated tax code that ordinary citizens find difficult to understand? Meet the 545 men and women who enact every law, propose every budget, and set every policy enforced on the citizens of the United States of America: one president, nine Supreme Court justices, one hundred senators, and 435 members of the House of Representatives. By the way, have you ever noticed that if any one of us lies to them, it is a felony? But if any one of them lies to us, it is considered politics.