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By David Edwards

; In his first publication unfastened to be Human, David Edwards confirmed how the mass media, managed via strong enterprise pursuits, distort our figuring out of many own, moral and non secular concerns, making sure that we stay passive, conformist and uninformed and prepared to just accept the irrational values of company consumerism. within the Compassionate Revolution he builds at the argument, exhibiting how our capitalist process depends at the advertising of the 3 Buddhist Poisons; of Greed, Hatred and lack of knowledge: Greed for revenue at any fee by way of human pain; hatred of overseas hindrances to learn; and lack of awareness of the snug hyperlink among Western companies and 3rd global dictators, supporting to guard Western gains.

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