• Racism

  • A Culture of Intolerance Developing Cynical Mindset
  • By: Sam Davariem
  • Narrated by: Jeremy Prost
  • Length: 3 hrs and 18 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (52 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Racism and intolerance are debatable topics since the 19th century but as the globalization and advanced technology has taken over the world, there is more need to discuss this topic. With the passage of time, instead of eradication of racism and intolerance, there is a gradual increase across the world due to various factors. The constant increase in racism and intolerance is creating health and mental issues in victims as well as their surroundings. Almost every second person is suffering from mental health problems which leads to cynicism. Cynicism is an extreme mental health disorder which even leads to a person’s death. 

Racism is basically a disguised ideology created by few groups on the basis of their personal hatred and has spread this hatred across the globe. There is need to eradicate hatred from the globe so that people can live peacefully with an excellent mental health. Healthy mind set will help people to produce creativity and innovations in their work. 

In this book, you will learn: 

  • The origin of cynicism 
  • Cause for the development of cynicism 
  • Intolerance and discrimination 
  • Cause of intolerance and ways to treat a cynical person 
  • Cynicism is a destroyer of society 
  • The need to eradicate racism and intolerance 

In this guide we will explore the main reason behind racism and intolerance. How racism leads to cynical mindset and negative impact of cynicism on health of people. You will also learn the ways in which cynicism can be destroyed from the society to create a healthy and peaceful environment. You will come to know many governmental and UN laws discussed inside the book which will be helpful in destroying negativity and intolerance in society. The ultimate purpose of human life is to serve humanity and create peace and love around their surroundings, not hatred and negativity. Our purpose is to heal other but not to destroy them. 

Start contributing your part to society to create peace and love and destroy hatred. We all are equal and we believe in equality. 

Get your copy today.

©2019 Sam Davariem (P)2020 Sam Davariem

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Misleading Title, Disappointing Read

In my opinion the author cashed in on the escalating racial tension in the country by titling his book, Racism, and then positioning this book as one that explores "a culture of intolerance." The books begins with early man and then never really goes anywhere. At best, it's a book on how to read people's body language. Disappointed because I was looking for a book, and an author, that would shed some light on what's happening in our country without the same old agenda with the same scapegoats and blame game.

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Life changing

Amazing audiobook. I’d highly recommend it. I may be giving it a second listen. Most comprehensive audiobook on New Age of racism I’ve experienced so far

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Good info and rational argument

I am a white listener aged 65 seeking to educate myself about racism in today's society..This audiobook fills in a lot about what did and did not change with the Civil Rights movement and era.

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Eye opening

This guy lays it all out in simple to understand examples. He cuts through the political BS to expose the way we have been manipulated by the politicians and social justice lisrs

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Concise, convincing,

This is a topic plagued with resentments and preconceptions, and here Sam Davariem is, speaking as an informed and impartial mediator.

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Excellent listen

Excellent listen.If your an honest person with an open mind you will find this book an eye opener.

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Clear and Profound.

Refreshingly well researched and relevant to the present time. To those who understand the limits of government competence, I highly recommend this audiobook.

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Short and sweet.

Short and sweet.clear analysis from Sowell as always.Focused and clear. Has some from previous audiobooks, but the argument if focused on this topic.

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Excellent

As every Sam Davariem audiobook, you must listen to it! After listening to 5 hours or listening 140 pages, you'll have all facts necessary for understanding the different kinds of discriminations and the origins of the disparities in our societies.

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An absolute masterpiece

An absolute masterpiece A must listen for the world we live in. Start it today. 3 more words required.

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  • Jasmine Barnes
  • 01-17-20

Viewing Racism Differently

This audio book clarified things for me well beyond my understanding of white privilege. To quote from the audio book, "White supremacy is more than the idea that whites are superior to people of color, it is the deeper premise that supports this idea - the definition of whites as the norm or standard for human, and people of color as a deviation from that norm."

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  • Muhammad Gould
  • 01-17-20

Listen this audio book -

Not only does the author make amazing points about racism, her "how to change" notes are good for any situation in which one group or person holds power over another, especially when that supremacy has been institutionalized and made systemic. It made me change many of the ways I think about race and will, hopefully, help me open dialog and accept feedback from those with whom I work and socialize.

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  • Max Rice
  • 01-16-20

A Must-Listen for all "Not Racists"

This audio book is hard to listen, I felt deeply uncomfortable pretty much the whole time, but after opening my eyes to the pain my/our "not racist" behavior causes people of color day in and day out, this is the uncomfortable work I need to do. The information in this audio book is helping me change my behavior and I'm so appreciative.

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  • Kiera Hope
  • 01-16-20

Thought provoking

I look at myself and see all the privilege I unintentionally possess and inflict upon those not like me. Racism exists and I am part of it culturally and personally as pointed out in this audio book. Not as a guilt trip but unveiling a truth of the life I live as a white male in America. I will endeavor to be aware of how I interact with others and try to not enable racism further. Glad it was recommended to me by a good friend who trusted I would be open to the challenge.