Book Review — Enemy of the Human Race

Enemy of the Human Race by Henry Balogun

Balogun’s voice rings out like a southern Evangelical preacher on a fifty thousand watt radio station. Hate grows when fears, false history, racial superiority, and messages go unchallenged. Hate expands when leaders use these fears as a form of populism and capitalize on amplifying the same hatred. Lies are repeated so many times without shame that they are accepted as truth. Even religion is not spared in Balogun’s fiery and fact-filled presentation. Enemy of the Human Race is a book that cuts deep into the problem of hate and its methods. It does more than describe the problem; it presents a cure.

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