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by Andy Andrews


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Andy Andrews believes that good answers come only from asking the right questions. Through the powerful. This book answers the question I have had for many years, how did Germany kill over 6 million people, not just Jews.

Andy Andrews believes that good answers come only from asking the right questions. The book title indicates 11 million because that was the goal of the Hitler, to kill 11 million predominantly Jews. This book lays it out how the Nazi government pulled this off without a lot of rebellion by those affected. If you want to know the answer, read the book.

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While Andrews may have oversimplified how 11 million people were killed by Hitler's regime, ("How do you killed 11. .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

While Andrews may have oversimplified how 11 million people were killed by Hitler's regime, ("How do you killed 11 million people. this treatise serves as a breathtaking warning for all, and yet, I felt, the book moved me to action and is not a downer. 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.

In this compact, nonpartisan book, Andrews urges readers to be "careful . Or, to be precise, 11,283,000 people.

Or, to be precise, 11,283,000 people. Andy Andrews believes that good answers come only from asking the right questions. Through the powerful, provocative question, "How do you kill eleven million people?"-the number of people killed by the Nazi German regime between 1933 and 1945-he explores a number of other questions relevant to our lives today: Does it matter that millions of ordinary citizens have checked out of participating in the decisions that shape the future of.

Why the Truth Matters More Than You Think. Through the lens of the Holocaust, Andy examines how Hitler was able to get eleven million people to march to their deaths with so little resistance

Why the Truth Matters More Than You Think. Last February, Gail and I met with Andy and his manager, Robert Smith, here in Nashville. I was the CEO at Thomas Nelson at the time, and Andy wanted to pitch the book concept to me personally because it was so different from anything he had written previously. In my thirty years of publishing, I have been pitched hundreds-maybe a few thousand-times. Through the lens of the Holocaust, Andy examines how Hitler was able to get eleven million people to march to their deaths with so little resistance. In short, he lied to them. And, sadly, they believed it.

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How do you kill eleven million people? . How do truth and lies in the past shape our destiny today? Through the lens of the Holocaust, Andy Andrews examines the critical need for truth in our relationships, our communities, and out government", Provided by publisher.

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About book: What I loved about this book was that, while it did talk a good deal about politics, or at least alluded .

About book: What I loved about this book was that, while it did talk a good deal about politics, or at least alluded to it, the author kept his political opinions out of the way. This was one of the books that I randomly picked off the shelf from the library, and, like many other of these random fines, it was exactly what I was looking fo. How loudly are you singing?" ~ pg. 49 Even though this is a harrowing title, it is an important book for all Americans of voting age!! The title refers to a question the author posed a while back, how could Hitler possibly get by with executing over 11 million people without his own country (or the people being persecuted) rising up in revolt?

Why the Truth Matters More Than You Think.

book by Andy Andrews. Why the Truth Matters More Than You Think.

Or, to be precise, 11,283,000 people. Andy Andrews believes that good answers come only from asking the right questions. Through the powerful, provocative question, “How do you kill eleven million people?”—the number of people killed by the Nazi German regime between 1933 and 1945—he explores a number of other questions relevant to our lives today: Does it matter that millions of ordinary citizens have checked out of participating in the decisions that shape the future of our country? Which is more dangerous: politicians with ill intent, or the too-trusting population that allows such people to lead them? How are we supposed to tell the difference between the “good guys” and the “bad guys”? How does the answer to this question affect not only our country but our families, our faith, and our values? What happens to a society in which truth is absent? Andrews issues a wake-up call: become informed, passionate citizens who demand honesty and integrity from our leaders, or suffer the consequences of our own ignorance and apathy. Furthermore, we can no longer measure a leader’s worth by the yardsticks provided by the left or the right. Instead, we must use an unchanging standard: the pure, unvarnished truth.


Comments: (7)

Oreavi
This is an excellent book that everyone should read. It's a short book, under an hours time invested. Here's a quote from the book that I found interesting:

"the danger to America is not a single politician with ill intent. Or even a group of them. The most dangerous thing any nation faces is a citizenry capable of trusting a liar to lead them. In the long run, it is much easier to undo the policies of crooked leadership than to restore common sense and wisdom to a deceived population willing to elect such a leader in the first place. Any country can survive having chosen a fool as their leader. But history has shown time and again that a nation of fools is surely doomed."

Are we as a nation doomed? I think that the jury is still out on that.
Llbery
I don't know how he did it, but Andy Andrews found a way to take what could've easily filled 500+ pages of social and political commentary, and put it into a small, easy to read, very digestible book.
Discovered this little gem at my local bookstore purely by accident when I picked it up due to its eye-grabbing title. Read it cover-to-cover right there in the store, in the amount of time it took me to enjoy a single cup of coffee. Didn't buy it that day, though, and never saw it again at any of the local bookstores. But the things articulated in this book stuck with me. Years later, still having only ever laid my eyes on that one copy, I bought it here on Amazon.
This book has one of the highest ratios of "Transformative Notions Per Dollar" ratios in my entire personal library, and I recommend it to every critical thinker I meet.
SING
Superb analysis of what happens when a society insists on being so rabidly open-minded that their brains fall out. Andrews's analysis matches that of Eric Hoffer in "The True Believer" as his observations are directly applicable toward understanding movements like Commuism, Nazi-ism, ANTIFA, Obama-facism, ISIS, Al Qaida, Extremist Islam, and many others.
Samuhn
I recommend this book to each and every American voter. Although this book is short--really an extended essay--it's message is powerful. And, so disturbing that it will simmer in the back of your mind long after you read it. Maybe you will re-read it again, and then again as I have. Have we the American electorate ceded far too much power to our elected officials? Do we hear only what we want to believe? Are our liberties being eroded by those in power and, even more concerning, by those who bankroll the political campaigns of those who hold public office? Are we in danger of losing our republic--in danger of becoming de-facto "subjects" instead of citizens? Are we allowing ourselves to be led by those who hold us in contempt, who consider us to be weak, "sheep", gullible and stupid? At this point, in my opinion, neither political party can be trusted. Neither can the PACs whose donors remain unknown to the public due to the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision. We are on the road to losing our Republic and becoming subjects/serfs under the thumbs and the whims of the powerful and connected. Remember--a people should not be afraid of their government, the government should be afraid of its people.
Oveley
A chilling look at the method(s) used to deceive an entire country into indifference, powerlessness, and most notably--inaction. Although the setting for this particular book is early 20th century Germany, the principles are unfortunately timeless. My only complaint is that the book is much too short. Although the brevity may increase the likelihood that more people will read it and be alarmed to watch for similar happenings today, I would like to have seen Andy go in-depth. It wouldn't necessarily strengthen the message, but it would perhaps give more examples of the brief amount of time required for the Nazis to develop their deception and, once developed, just how repetitious those tactics were that were employed during that time. A must-read, even for citizens of a 21st century "free" country.
Llallayue
When reading books like this I hesitate to review them, however, after my second read of it I realized it needed a review.

It is bluntly honest and tells history without the false narratives we have been fed. Most people willingly walk into their own destruction because they trust the idea of leaders knowing what's good and right.

Without getting into political debates the author presents a well reasoned and supported approach to why you and I should question all leaders, all the time.

Dont walk into the mousetrap, question why it is necessary.

Highly recommended book!
Kendis
This book is very different from other books written by Andy Andrews and I love all of his work. This book answers the question I have had for many years, how did Germany kill over 6 million people, not just Jews. The book title indicates 11 million because that was the goal of the Hitler, to kill 11 million predominantly Jews. This book lays it out how the Nazi government pulled this off without a lot of rebellion by those affected. If you want to know the answer, read the book. Without giving it all away I would like to explain how one chapter really affected me. It involved German civilians who attending church on Sunday. Behind the church ran a railroad track that would be used to carry thousands of prisoners to the death camps. As the trains would pass the people in the church in their attempt to drown out the screams that could be heard coming form the cattle cars, would begin singing louder. They knew, they just didn't want to admit that it could be happening or that they were expected to do something about it. In what matter are you/we simply singing louder rather than taking action.
How Do You Kill 11 Million People?: Why the Truth Matters More Than You Think download epub
Politics & Government
Author: Andy Andrews
ISBN: 1613750587
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Oasis Audio; Unabridged edition (January 3, 2012)