How Do You Kill 11 Million People? Why The Truth Matters More Than You Think

How Do You Kill Million People Why The Truth Matters More Than You Think It all comes down to the truth Much like the character in one of his best selling books Andy Andrews is first and foremost a Noticer Sometimes all one needs is a little perspective and Andy has been

It all comes down to the truth Much like the character in one of his best selling books, Andy Andrews is first and foremost a Noticer Sometimes, all one needs is a little perspective and Andy has been providing that perspective to some of the world s most influential companies and organizations for the last 20 years His ability to transform an individual by their own uIt all comes down to the truth.Much like the character in one of his best selling books, Andy Andrews is first and foremost a Noticer Sometimes, all one needs is a little perspective and Andy has been providing that perspective to some of the world s most influential companies and organizations for the last 20 years His ability to transform an individual by their own understanding and desire has made him loved by millions.Now, Andy Andrews brings his lessons and perspective into the important arena of government, citizenship, and what it means to completely uphold the truth If the truth is what sets us free, what does it mean to live in a society where truth is absent How do truth and lies in the past shape our destiny today Through the lens of the Holocaust, best selling author Andy Andrews examines the critical need for truth in our relationships, our communities, and our government.In this compact, nonpartisan book, Andrews urges readers to be careful students of the past, seeking accurate, factual accounts of events and decisions that illuminate choices we face now By considering how the Nazi German regime was able to carry out over eleven million institutional killings between 1933 and 1945, Andrews advocates for an informed population that demands honesty and integrity from its leaders and from each other The future of our country rests on the ability to separate the truth from lies, and Andrews comp

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  1. Hailed by a New York Times writer as a modern day Will Rogers who has quietly become one of the most influential people in America Spoken at the request of four different U.S Presidents Every single minute a book by Andy Andrews is sold somewhere in the world New York Times Bestselling Author of The Noticer and The Traveler s GiftSource andyandrews

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  1. How do you kill eleven million people Lie to them Eh 2.5 ish I m a fan of a lot of Andy Andrews popular fiction, my personal favorite being The Traveler s gift, so when I stumbled upon this short book, I picked it up without hesitation Now I don t regret reading this, or even feel like it was a waste of time, but the question I feel I must answer is this Do I think this book is worth buying Personally, no I wouldn t classify this novel as a bad one, but I do think it s entirely too brief I read [...]

  2. Preachy claptrap With all the reviews, I was expecting a Thomas Paine missive for modern times This is a third grade reading level cow patty Save yourself 30 minutes of the trite and obvious, and just read this Truth matters Those who believe lies are sheep to the slaughter Politicians lie Rise up Actually, kudos to A.A for a clever in joke The book itself is a lie and people are sopping it up Just because it s packaged as a transformational book, they believe it to be so Just because he activel [...]

  3. Everyone should read this book The book is apolitical in terms of political parties but Uber political in terms of involvement in policy and elections Andrews pushes us to, if not get involved, at least get educated, as to the political agendas of those running the country He warns Why did he ages of our worlds civilization average around 200 years Scary And Why did these civilizations all seem to follow the same identifiable sequence from bondage to spiritual faith, from spiritual faith to curr [...]

  4. Short and sweet Okay, maybe not so sweet How can killing 11 million people be sweet Andy Andrews doesn t sugarcoat this 112 page novella Actually the meat of the book is all done in the first half At the end of this short read you will come to realize that complacency is akin to murder During the Holocaust it was the murder of 11 million people, 6 million were Jews Today complacency is the murder of lifestyles, freedom and security and choices Democracy is only as good as the voters and the lead [...]

  5. Save your money and an hour of your life This book is little short of a marketing scam, designed to be bought and loop you into a personal brand formerly known as a cult of personality.The point of this book Distrust your leaders Gee how novel Who should you trust The author a fellow skeptic just like you who has the insight and life experience to guide other skeptics through the pitfalls of American life.If I could get my money back, I would But I can never get my time back This book belongs in [...]

  6. Where lack of skepticism in our sources of information and trusted authority figures has led in the past Throughout history, victims of lies want to believe that THIS can t happen here or now because their neighbors and their leaders are civilized Study the writings of the past and take a hard look at the world now and you will find that the human capacity for good and evil hasn t changed in written history Reasons for seeking power rarely excludes personal benefit, but narcissists convincing th [...]

  7. This book was recommended to me by my sister as a suggestion to pick for my turn to pick a book for my book club I would classify this book as an essay than a novel Since I bought if for my kindle I didn t realize it was such a tiny book Although tiny and can be read in about an hour, it would make a huge book club discussion The underlying theme of this book is how we are lied to by our politicians especially while campaigning for election The example the author uses is the tactics that Hitler [...]

  8. As rivers go the Jordan River has the best PR of them all It sounds impressive when you read about in Scripture but it s anything but when you see it in person So it is with Andy Andrews book How Do You Kill 11 Million People Andrews has a compelling personal story and is a New York Times bestseller, but this book disappoints It tackles a big question state sponsered lies and how destructive they can be to a nation but fails to offer answers beyond the trivial He succeeds in accomplishing his go [...]

  9. This book seems like a collection of statements, ranging from the common sensical to the naive oversimplification, roughly organized around the idea that politicians lie and that electors are too passive to held them accountable Yet, some oversimplifications border on the absurd Stating that all problems ALL problems are due to the actions of US congressman is plainly absurd Claiming that Hitler managed to implement the holocaust simply by misleading his own people is historically inaccurate and [...]

  10. This book was a published short essay than a book I was slightly annoyed when I got it that it was so small and it still cost me 10 on After I got over that knee jerk reaction though, it was a good essay and posed some thought provoking questions It was a quick read 20 minutes that convinced me to be a informed voter.

  11. This small slender book can be read in a hour It s profound and should be read by everyone The book is especially important now, today It s meant to urge us to think about how we affect the world, our country, our families and It s a lesson and isn t to be missed or glossed over Truth matters History has lessons for us and, no, your little world isn t the only thing that needs attention Teach your children well.

  12. 2.5 starsI think this would have gotten a better rating if it had been longer and developed It s only 83 pages, so just about the time it has pulled you in s over.

  13. I also reviewed this title on my blog Ishari s Bookshelf This book is a waste of money It s a glorified pamphlet in hardcover form with large type, double spaced paragraphs, and huge margins Easy enough to breeze through it before your coffee gets cold in your mug Oh, and every other page is either dominated by an illustration or a quote blown up to take the whole page And to add insult to injury, almost half of the book is an interview where the author basically interviewed himselfoh, and there [...]

  14. When I told me wife what I was reading, her slowly turned around with her eyebrow raised and she said, What The sound of the title is sure to true some heard, but the message of the book is direct as the title.Usually, Andy Andrews is the motivational speaker and writer of such works as The Noticer, The Island of Saints and several others Mr Andrews new book, How to Kill 11 Million People might seem like a break from his normal writings, but not so While the book may not be as motivational as so [...]

  15. This isn t so much a book as a tract although it s not particularly religious in nature I think Andrews makes a good point about lying leaders and foolish followers, but I don t think he said anything that isn t common sense Of course you should not believe everything you are told by those in leadership positions Of course you should do your own research I wouldn t necessarily rely as heavily on un vetted internet websites for that research as Andrews seems to want us to, but I agree with him on [...]

  16. AN AMAZING READ Who has not wondered how the Germans of the 1930 s and 40 s got so any people, not just Jews, to board trains that took them to their death I know I have Andy Andrews explains it in very simple to understand terms It was much easier than you might think and for the German Jews it was not at the point of a gun as you might first believe There is one chapter that describes how a train track was directly behind a church Over time the people attending church services discovered it wa [...]

  17. Who has not pondered this very question Andy Andrews does a great job of explaining just how Hitler accomplished this depraved and damnable deed, and why that many people, who could have easily overpower the few people who ruled them, allowed it to happen I have often thought that if everyone in the whole world kept any one of the 10 commandments, this world would be a very happy place to live If that one commandment happened to be Thou Shalt Not Lie , this earth would be a paradise Maybe it wil [...]

  18. Holy crap Well, let me start off by saying that I am so grateful to reviewers I nearly bought this book, but after reading reviewers opinions, I instead opted to check it out through interlibrary loan Thank goodness.I think after taking into account the size, illustrations, typeface, and one sentence pages, there amounted to Maybe a 25 page book Retailing for 14.99 Really If the book had a revolutionary concept or original thought that contributed to the world, I might be forgivingbut alas, no [...]

  19. This book took me 52 minutes to read, yet it was so powerful I plan to add it to my hard copy collection to be read and shared repeatedly Ask yourself, and really try to answer the question of How do you kill 11 MILLION people of people recorded who were killed by HitIer between 1933 1945 SP0ILER ALERT The answer is breathtakingly simple And it is a method still being used by some elected leaders to achieve various goals today HOW DO YOU KILL 11 MILLION PEOPLE Lie to them.

  20. About what you would expect when a motivational speaker writes about the Holocaust and then abruptly jumps to the current US tax code in an essay that can be read in the amount of time it takes to change your underwear The QA session with the author which is nearly as long as the essay reveals some ego issues There s a good basic idea there, you kill 11 million people by lying to them and everyone else Also, he notes that politicians all lie hardly news to anyone There, I just revealed the entir [...]

  21. Very thought provoking in our present day and age This is something all should consider, while being honest with one s self, of course I ll be the first to admit it s not always easy to do It takes courage to stand up for the truth when to do so will cost you socially, vocationally, financially, etc But the costs of not standing up are always much greater How fortunate for leaders that men do not think Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it Adolf Hi [...]

  22. Ok Well first off, this is not really what I d call a book More like an essay A blog post I like that the author honed in on one terrific thing to look at, think about, and talk about Demanding truth from our elected officials It s simplified, and I like that I was all prepared to sink into a book , and then, now, 20 minutes later, I m done I learned something, yes So all good Any country can survive having chosen a fool as their leader, but history has shown time and again that a nation of fool [...]

  23. To call this a book is giving it too much credit Instead, it is a fatally flawed essay that passes off old platitudes as wise and ground breaking insight The author s attempt to tie the Holocaust in WWII to America s crisis in leadership and civic involvement today, leaves the reader scratching their head as to why someone would attempt such a bizarre thesis, with over used narratives, in such a short piece of work.

  24. By far the best book I have ever read In 60 pages, the author recites historical events that make you really think about the world and people I learned the term Normalcy Bias and related the idea to current events I believe that everyone and their mother should read this book, and then just take an hour or so to really think about it s message.

  25. Read this book Now It will take you a very short amount of time Written in 2011, it is even true today as we approach a contentious and difficult political season Ask yourself the questions Andrews asks Consider the importance of truth in politics Wonder what we are becoming as a nation when we accept lies as just politics Read this book.

  26. It s shameful that they are charging for this It s a cliche themed blog post with an interview with the author about how transformational it is Let me save you the 30 minutes it takes to read this politicians lie and good people do nothing Well, no crap.

  27. Very interesting read Everyone knows that it s important to tell the truth this book explains why it s important to be TOLD the truth, and to elect people who are not afraid to tell the truth TRUTH MATTERS

  28. I saw this book on the ebook section of my library website and thought it sounded provocative As I started reading I quickly realized this book is nothing substantial I was hoping for depth and insight and none was to be found.

  29. Short read, very short Which is good because it is poorly written, very poorly He starts out writing about the killing of 11 million people during the Nazi regime but then takes a quick turn to US politicians who lie.

  30. Extremely naive book You don t need to read this book because it can be encapsulated in one sentence America may fall victim to a Holocaust and the way to avoid this is by voting to elect honest politicians If only you d known, right If only the German people had known, too

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