Baron Alexander Deschauer
That world is Canada, then and now.
Unknown to the world and its citizens, that same government waged a genocidal war against its Indigenous peoples—never granting them ownership of land they freely gave to European settlers.
In contrast to Marlowe and Goethe, Deschauer presents a cosmology and existence that is both individual and whole, flesh and soul. Free will clashes with destiny, mortal with immortal.
It aims to justify the ways of God to humankind in an existence devoid of God.
As a mirror reflects the image of the viewer, this book will reflect the thoughts and experiences of the reader.
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Basic training with the Canadian Reserves, entering a monastery, and sleeping on the sides of roads while hitch-hiking through Europe are just a few of the moments from the life of Baron Alexander Deschauer. Sanity, university, and the need to earn a living led him to a B.Ed., BA, and LLB before embarking on an entrepreneurial life in London, England. Although he can order food, look for a toilet, and find directions in German, Mandarin, French, and Hebrew, he follows the wise words of Clint Eastwood — “A man should know his limitations” — and now only writes in English.
In his quest to better understand the world around him, he has written a number of books exploring existence (Revelation and Faust), capital (The Art of Wealth) and the complex interplay of will, luck, fate, and hope (his six-volume Man on the Run series). He is married and lives in the Channel Islands.
His most recent book, Concentration Camps of Canada, deals with the Canadian residential schools and the impact of Canada’s forced assimilation policies on Indigenous people.
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