The US Elections Will Determine Whether Or Not We Save Human Civilization
Ink ‘N Ivory Pty Ltd has today released a free report titled: “Hillary Clinton: The Tragic Truth”, available to anyone with an interest in the 2016 Presidential Elections and saving human civilization from total collapse.
Verusha and Virend Singh, Australian best-selling authors of ‘The Inexplicable Laws of Success’, expressed concern that Americans are in the process of choosing their next President and leader of the free world – Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump – and the wrong choice will have devastating consequences for civilization.
When asked about why they released the report at this time, Verusha and Virend Singh, authors at Ink ‘N Ivory Pty Ltd said that several years ago they crafted a mission statement for a better world: To raise human consciousness so that humans… (1) live in peace and harmony with each other, and the other kingdoms [i.e. plant, animal, mineral, etc.] that make up this world, at every level of existence; AND (2) take care of this world for present and future generations.
One way to do that is to express preference for the next leader of the free world – the one whose policies and values system most closely aligns with the mission.
They said, “Hillary’s theme or slogan, ‘Stronger Together’, aligns with our need to live in peace and harmony with each other. It is a scientific fact that everybody and everything is interconnected. Hillary understands the connectedness of this world and that one’s ability to affect others is not a coincidence. (While the individual self still exists on one level, on another there is simply no self – just universal consciousness.) The nation’s motto is: E pluribus unum. Out of many, we are one.”
Studies reveal that “tragic events like the attacks on September 11, 2001, show changes that are correlated with shared periods of deep engagement or widespread emotional reactions.” Donald Trump is a divisive person whose whole life has been directed to self – himself, his family, his companies and his celebrity status. He has no qualms about other countries having nuclear bombs and using them in war. Working with allies and each other and protecting the environment are extraneous concepts to him.
A study by International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War reported that “A nuclear war between India and Pakistan would set off a global famine that could kill two billion people and effectively end human civilization… Even if limited in scope, a conflict with nuclear weapons would wreak havoc in the atmosphere and devastate crop yields, with the effects multiplied as global food markets went into turmoil.” Both Pakistan and India have nuclear weapons pointed at each other. [ref]
Fighting climate change is fundamental to taking care of this world for present and future generations. Global warming is one of the greatest threats facing civilization today. The world’s leading scientists warn that there is not a moment to lose if humans are to save planet Earth and all life forms from devastation. Only Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party have a policy to fight climate change with the seriousness it deserves. Donald Trump calls it a hoax cooked up by the Chinese “in order to make U.S. manufacturing non-competitive”.
Virend and Verusha’s intention is to enlighten the electorate about the threat to civilization so that they can make an informed decision when casting their vote for the various seats being contested at the 2016 Presidential Elections.
They encourage voters to depose those who oppose combatting climate change and saving civilization and planet Earth.
Interested parties can find the report ready to download, for free, at Amazon, iTunes or their website www.TheInexplicableLawsOfSuccess.com/hillary
Ink ‘N Ivory Pty Ltd was founded in 2012 and is a Fledgling Publishing Company within the Self-help industry. It is best known for promoting quality self-help resources. Its mission is to raise human consciousness globally, protect the future of human society and save civilization from collapse.