Book review: “The Marketing of Evil” by David Kupelian.

The Marketing of EvilI just completed a page-turner that I highly recommend to the readers of DefCon. David Kupelian’s provocative missive The Marketing of Evil: How Radicals, Elitists, And Pseudo-Experts Sell Us Corruption Disguised As Freedom, takes you behind the scenes of how the media, entertainment, and politicians drive the culture and how they not only shape how the masses think, but also what to think.

If you ever wanted to know how sodomy went from a commonly shunned taboo (i.e. a sin) to now not only being accepted as normal, but those who dare to speak against it considered the new outcasts of society, you have to read this book.

If you ever wanted to know how our society can decry the atrocities of the Nazi Holocaust while simultaneously accepting and condoning the barbaric dismemberment of their own children under the guise of “freedom of choice,” you have to read this book.

Recommended to me by a friend, I found this book to be shocking, riveting, compelling, and impossible to put down.

Although I can’t recommend this book enough, I do caution some readers that the material dealt with can be disturbing at times and even profanity is present in the section dealing with the hip-hop culture’s grasp on our youth.

Well over 200 reader reviews have been done on this book on Amazon.com with an overall rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars. Click here to read the reviews on Amazon.



4 thoughts on “Book review: “The Marketing of Evil” by David Kupelian.

  1. I read this book – Kay Arthur was promoting it on her Precepts program. I would echo the review – yes, there are some sections that are disturbing. There are also sections quoting the depraved “artists” of the day that are best skimmed over quickly.

    The book will make you weep in prayer.

    Hab.

  2. Pilgrim, I am glad you brought this book to everyone’s attention; I read it a while back and was not able to put it down. Everyone needs to read it!

  3. Evil is not so easy to see. As I wrote once “It is lost by the ears. Defeated only by compassion.” It is wise to judge wisely. Consider that.

  4. We’ve all been deceived to one degree or another. This book points out how this has occurred…the question for you is “will you do anything about it?”

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