To those who are reading this, you have a choice: will it be the way of truth or the way of the lie? I don’t know how it will end, but I know it MUST end, and only you, me and the rest of the brain-addled sleeple who think the honchos who run thisMoreTo those who are reading this, you have a choice: will it be the way of truth or the way of the lie? I don’t know how it will end, but I know it MUST end, and only you, me and the rest of the brain-addled sleeple who think the honchos who run this planet are indomitable, can make it stop.This is a true story of a country and a people, and in particular one of these people--the most perplexing, messed-up, intoxicating woman on any side of the Adriatic--who, unfortunately for her, was born to the wrong team when the honchos were deciding who should live and who should die.Yet she would say she was on the winning side, and that people who stick to their principles as the world turns against them--or more specifically, as I turned against her--are the real winners, and that those who capitulate to the devil will pay for it until God in his wisdom makes things right again.
Now, as I head to the rubble of a ruined countryside in order to find her, who can say she wasn’t correct? Who can say what, if anything is correct? Everything I once held to be good has turned inside itself, and everything I once believed to be true has proven to be the lie.Duke Wayne Johnson Vrakuvic, Journalist-at-LargeSerbia 1996FROM THE PUBLISHER:A Covenant of Poppies is the thrilling saga of a complex, vigorous people as their country explodes in warfare. As observed by American war correspondent, Duke Johnson Vrakuvic, the “multi-national experiment called Yugoslavia, teems with convivial harmony until slated for destruction by those standing to gain trillions of dollars.As the spiritual beauty of this fiercely independent people come to light, Duke discovers that not everything he has been taught is correct, and that the effects of love are far deeper than anything for which hed been prepared.Brooklyn Indie PressThe harder one maintains he is on the side of right despite all reason, the harder the lesson will be as he learns otherwise.
The easier path is to open ones mind.Are Lian, Philosopher