This one is a doozy

The blurb about the books starts to give us a hint about the mind of the author”

In a new era when democracies around the world are threatened or crumbling, best-selling author Kara Cooney turns to five ancient Egyptian pharaohs–Khufu, Senwosret III, Akenhaten, Ramses II, and Taharqa–to understand why many so often give up power to the few, and what it can mean for our future.

So, this is not just about Ancient Egypt but modern politics and then, maybe how White Supremacism is like the cruel pharaohs of ancient times?

How can you even write it down in the first place? The videos and photos of the Rittenhouse shooting were out a couple of days after the event in August of 2020. The book’s date of publication is November 2021, so the only reason Ms. Cooney “made” the mistake was because she heard a narrative, took it as the Word from the Heavens and rather than double check, she just went with it and put it in her book.

But wait, there is more and this one is another historical boondoggle:

Again, was this ignorance or political narrative? I do not mind a teacher writing a book with political themes, but a bit of truth must remain in it to be taken seriously. But in the era of TikTok and immediate gratification via smartphone, an old line from another book rings true:

“Who controls the past controls the future
1984 -George Orwell

And sure as hell it is not our side writing the history books, or even tweets. They know their lies will be taken as Gospel and spread through the nation.


Hat Tip Mal Roadkill

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

9 thoughts on “Miles and Miles of Editorial Oversight: The Good Kings by Kara Cooney (Published by National Geographic)”
  1. Last night I had decided to get a subscription to NG magazine. Then this morning I saw that NG was the publisher for this garbage. If that’s the level of accuracy put out by NG, my mind was changed.

    Take a look at the Amazon reviews. The whole book is riddled w/ assumptions and inaccuracies.

  2. There is no punishment for being wrong if it upholds the narrative. They have no motivation to be factually correct.

  3. Ramses II would’ve had this fool woman executed for incompetence.

    Also, Egyptians weren’t black. Yeah, I went there.

  4. Who gives a rats ass what this bafoon has to say. It’s a cry for attention.

    I mean really, how full of yourself do you have to be to become an “Egyptologist” 100 years after all the great discoveries were made. This is not a real job, and hasn’t been for some time. This is a white collar pan handler existing on grants from he/she/ zher/ lol’s tax paying betters. To spend your entire “working life” writing about the discoveries of others. How diluted is this bint to think the he/she/zher/ lol has anything to add to the discussion started by adults.

    Pat he/ she/ zher/lol on it’s head and ignore.

  5. This is an EASY defamation/libel lawsuit for Rittenhouse! She admits that she knew it is false, could have stopped the sales (if not the printing), and sold it anyway. The only reason for the trial is too determine how far into debt she should be punished!

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