HERD IMMUNITY by Chudi C. Nwawka M.D.

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HERD IMMUNITY ultimately is about betrayal of one's  country by one of its own, turned terrorist, using tools you never thought were there.Here, you will become inquisitive again and learn some more facts about the world we live in. After gleaning those facts, you will match those against the rhetoric being dished out by the United Nations[UN] and its orphan, the World Health Organization[WHO]. So, inquisitive again you remember an orphan is a child without parents: Leadership. The WHO is out there flailing with no one calling it back to order inspite of new and countervailing evidence. Your government, too, continues relying on UN's data, perhaps wittinly propagating the deception from the UN: Regardless that the UN has so perjured itself that its only redemption lie in a public repudiation of the feel-good falsehoods it has passed down for years, before dissolving itselt into obscurity. Not gonna happen! That, of course, will be like the perpetual drunk, who, having miraculously sobered up, went out and burnt down the local distillery, instead of his home.Herd immunity is a fascinating medical concept about how a group or herd handles a challenge. HERD IMMUNITY, the novel , tells you all you need to know about the actual State of the World, biologically speaking. This is because if your birthday is 1973 or after, or you know or have a loved one of this generation, I am afraid I have to tell you to be afraid, very afraid. This is your must-read story. However, it is not all bad news, as the solution, literally and figuratively, is as cheap as a few dollars or your vote. You will spend either anyway you please BUT hopefully after an inquisitive window shopping right here through HERD IMMUNITY.You will be glad you did. Have fun!

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Published March 17, 2009 by AuthorHouse. 288 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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