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Political Gangsterism: The Atrocity of the Liberated People's Vengeance

By: Herléo Muntu, Raymond Kashiba
Narrated by: Mutt Rogers
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What can people do when they have had enough?

They can stand up, they can rebel, and they can overthrow the unjust rulers who cause their misery and pain.

In the land of Zoba, a place all can recognize, a beloved son of a beloved ruler inherits the throne upon his father’s death. Zobian people, always the partygoers, rejoice and celebrate in Joka’s name. A new dawn had fallen upon the land, and things could only become better. It was curious that Joka assumed leadership without receiving a single vote during the elections, but the people figured he had to be like his father, and they didn’t worry.

But power is a fickle thing, and once a man gets a taste for it, he always asks for more. Supported by the nation’s treasury, Joka assembled a group of armed men, gangsters who followed his words without question, without fear, spreading misery through the land and placing fear into people’s hearts and minds. His terror lasted for years, and the Zobian people lost their will and joy. They were empty. Joka’s oppression and repression was ruining their great country, draining their spirit, and destroying everything they held dear.

Then...Shibaka, their savor, their beacon of hope in the dark night, shone across his people, giving them hope, granting them strength, and leading them to freedom. A new government was installed. A new ruler was put in place. The land of Zoba was cheerful again.

The question that remains is, how long will it last?

Wielding his powerful pen and crafting the words of a painful but true reality, the author takes you into a world in which we all live. Using the magical power of metaphors and allegories, you will be led into the world of politics, of dictatorship, of people’s suffering. This audiobook screams injustice, these words demand change, and this story deserves a listener. Don’t we all experience oppression in one form or another? Don’t we all have to look at the unjust rule of power-hungry rulers who use and abuse their people every day? If we stand together, evil and oppressive political regimes and systems will not stand much longer, but they will fall; they will crash...but for how long? Is one leader, is our Shibaka enough, or do we need to take further steps?

When all things fail in a despot regime, in a dictatorship, a little hope sparked by the bravery of one individual can be enough to lead the people to glory. But will defeating the evil doctrine be enough to remain safe and free and happy, or is there more to be done?

Click above and get this audiobook! Get it and delve deep into the story. Let them take you on a journey you will never forget and see how things go for the Zobian people. Learn from their mistakes and follow their advice, lest you relive the same fate. 

©2018 Raymond Kashiba (P)2019 Raymond Kashiba

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