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Fighting Global Tyranny asks who controls the global empire and the role women must play in fighting this tyranny . To change a system, one must understand how it works. This book explains how the system is set up and how it operates and controls almost all aspects of our lives. It examines its origins and evolution: historically, politically, philosophically, financially, and, most important, who’s pulling the strings. This exposé is not for the fainthearted. It will challenge most people’s deeply held beliefs of how the world works. It is meant to be shocking.

The purpose of this book is to awaken, inspire, and motivate more men and women to find solutions to the problems facing us wherever they live, whatever their religious or political worldview.

Women, in particular, have a major role to play in this battle. The value systems of our institutions are inequitable: they operate strictly on masculine values, and the results are disastrous for both human beings and the environment. Women’s feminine values have been generally sidelined. Our institutions must evolve to include values of equity, fairness, and justice also. This evolution is beginning to take place now as women are reaching a critical mass in most institutions. This book challenges these women to acknowledge their feminine values and to persist in articulating them. To have balance and equilibrium, feminine and masculine values must be equally considered.

Today, men and women around the globe are engaged in social activitism touching millions of lives. Their stories are seldom told. Yet they are today’s heroes and heroines. This book examines many of their stories.

"A provocative interpretation of history and assessment of world-wide oligarchy today, Fighting Global Tyranny will present you with facts and figures that you will find hard to refute. Francesca de Bardin challenges women to understand that world and to step up to the task of shaping the future in a more humane way. She doesn’t leave us in a utopian no-[wo]man’s land as so many books do; instead she provides a rich array of inspiring role models in all fields of endeavor that will leave you with a renewed hope for what is possible."

Carol R. Frenier, Author of Business and the Feminine Principle: The Untapped Resource (Butterworth-Heinemann, 1997)

Politics & Current Events
July 9
Francesca de Bardin
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