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Correspondence with Mr. Mark Shouldice (a.k.a. Mark Dice)

Mark Shouldice and his new book.
Mark Shouldice and his new book.
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1) S. Jetchick (2019-Feb-12)

1) S. Jetchick (2019-Feb-12)

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Subject: The review of "Liberalism: Find a Cure" I just tried to post on Amazon.ca
Date: Tue, 12 Feb 2019 10:19:30 -0500
From: Stefan Jetchick
To: mark (add the necessary character here) markdice.com

Good day Sir,

I doubt you'll ever see this e-mail, but some readers
of my web site will hopefully profit from this attempt
at reaching you.

First, a disclaimer: I regularly enjoy your YouTube channel
where you mock the enemies of Trump. I've also purchased
two of your books, most recently Liberalism: Find A Cure,
because I felt bad enjoying the fruit of your labor on
the Internet, without paying anything in return.

In your latest book, you repeatedly ask us to post
reviews on Amazon. Since I received it yesterday around
noon, and finished it before going to bed that day,
here is my quickie review, which I will post on the
Canadian side of Amazon (Amazon.ca), where I purchased
it.

I certainly did not enjoy reading your book, for the
same reason I don't enjoy picking up dog poo on our
front yard lawn. It's there, it's gross, it stinks,
and denying its existence only makes it worse.

I wish your book spoke about fun and sweet-smelling
stuff, not stuff far worse than dog poo, but you're
just the messenger, and the United States of America
is falling apart.

Like a brave messenger bringing bad news that will
infuriate many listeners, your book lists, in
agonizing detail, many aspects of modern insanity:
fake outrage at imaginary "racism" combined with
approval of real anti-white racism, the whole anti-
scientific madness revolving around the "Flying
Spaghetti Gender" that denies basic sexual biology,
the push to normalize incest, sodomy, and
pederastry, not to mention the "combined-arms
attack" on the family, i.e. the coordination of
Mainstream Media, Colleges, Hollywood "artists",
the Big Tech companies like Apple, Google, Facebook
and Twitter, to attack the very foundation of all
societies, the standard, normal, God-willed
marriage of one heman and one woman, exclusive and
lifelong, to procreate and educate children.

That part of your book I totally agree with.

Now for my criticisms of "Liberalism: Find A Cure".
In summary, and to continue with my dog excrement
metaphor, I think your book is wrong because:

	- It's not just a few piles of dog poo
	here and there, the front lawn is covered
	with dog poo;

	- It's not just on my front lawn, but
	also my back yard, and actually the
	whole neighborhood;

	- Some of that dog poo comes from our
	own dogs;

	- That dog poo doesn't just stink and
	look bad, it's brutally toxic;

	- Dog owners are not dog poo.


Let's examine each of those points.


1)	"It's not just a few piles of dog poo
	here and there, the front lawn is covered
	with dog poo;"

Studying the "Liberal Disease" is necessary
so we can better fight it, but if we're going
to collect data about this disease, we must
collect all the data. I know one book
cannot say everything, but still you should have
mentioned many other categories of modern
madness, like the active promotion of the
social pathology called Islam, the push to disarm
citizens so they cannot defend themselves against
government tyranny, the militarization of the
police, the deadly consequences of Atheism,
the near-dissapearance of thoughtful and respectful
political debates at the grassroot level, the
widespread corruption of the "catholic" clergy
which then infects all of society, etc, etc.


2)	"It's not just on my front lawn, but
	also my back yard, and actually the
	whole neighborhood;"

The problems your book describes are presented in
a very "USA-centric" way, but you should have
insisted on the fact this is global. Mankind is
circling the drain, not just the USA.


3)	"Some of that dog poo comes from our
	own dogs;"

Another problem with your book (and the rest of
your Internet material) is that you often seem
to insinuate that the problem is caused by
everybody else, but not "us, the good guys".
There is very little self-criticism in your
work. The problem is always "on the other side",
either the Democrats, or the Liberals, etc.

I have not yet heard you criticize "our side",
even though we are far from perfect. Some of
these "crazy Liberals" actually have criticisms
of some people on our side who deserve to be
criticized! We don't just need to find a cure for
Liberalism, we need to clean up our own
Conservative act.

This complete absence of criticism of "our side"
might be correlated with your constant requests for
buying your books and buying your t-shirts and
subscribing/liking/giving good reviews to what you
produce. Criticizing people is not a good way to
make them feel like giving you money. Confessing
the sins of "the other side" and making fun of
them will make you popular, but it will not solve
the problem.


4)	"That dog poo doesn't just stink and
	look bad, it's brutally toxic."

The problem you describe is far worse than a few
Liberal loonies who have been raised by lesbian
single Moms infected with Cultural Marxism. A
serious examination of this "dog poo" shows us
that we are actually talking about the profound,
pervasive, and satanically destructive
consequences of Original Sin.

It's not just some members of the Democratic
Party of the USA, it's all of Mankind. And the
destruction caused by what you call "Liberalism"
actually destroys not just during this short
life on Earth, but also forever in Hell. And the
Chief Organizer of this work of destruction is
the most intelligent creature in the Universe.


5)	"Dog owners are not dog poo."

I've never met you in person, but I'm pretty sure
you're probably a nice guy, and maybe you're even
trying to be a good Christian. You should at least
make the effort to show that more clearly in your
work. Yes, those dog owners deserve to have their
errors ridiculed ("Castigat ridendo mores"). But
they also deserve basic Christian charity. If I
were you, I'd make an entire YouTube video just on
this quote, and refer to it in all my other books
and videos:

	A man who has fallen into error does not cease
	to be a man. He never forfeits his personal
	dignity; and that is something that must always
	be taken into account. Besides, there exists in
	man's very nature an undying capacity to break
	through the barriers of error and seek the road
	to truth. God, in His great providence, is ever
	present with His aid.
	[Pacem in terris, #158]

Keep up your good work!

Stefan Jetchick
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