During the last fifty years many of the establishment rules, laws, processes, systems, methods, and attitudes have changed dramatically. Not all for the better in the eyes of some. The book aims to dissect a small selection of topics and related issues, which form part of everyday discussion by the resident population, across the range of ages, genders and races. It aims to compare the best perceptions of these subjects fifty years ago, to worst of present times, and how some people or groups of minorities are debated by modern society today. Some topics are controversial and some sensitive. Each topic is addressed in a manner that starts gently, maybe with a slight humor, and then transitions to a very cynical, satirical, and semi-humorous approach, sometimes with some deviation to opportune worst case scenarios, or hypothetical situations. This may at time be considered ranting, reflecting the manner in which the topics affect some groups. The book attempts to compare the more relaxed past with the manic, chaotic and confusing replacements of the present, and some probable reasons for this change. The observations and opinions are drawn from general public debate, discussion and media representation of the'subjects selected. They are subjects that affect or have influenced most people in their every day life. It is intended that the reader can identify to the issues and determine their own relationship to the opinions and assumptions depicted, they could be victims, culprits or both. There are few facts or factual cases identified. The reader may find the content reasonable and realistic or consider them highly contentious. Some may fuel debate or provide a self analysis. The'subjects should be read with an open mind, after which the reader can draw their own conclusion, and form their own personal point view.
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March 18, 2008
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