"Somewhere in between all the creeds and dogmas of faith lies a beautiful place of human compassion and the ability to relate to one another on the same level. Many have a genuine love for the people of the United States and long to see better days Because of that love we've watched the light in our Statue of Liberty fade, with the evidence that our own policies are destroying lives not only in America but across the world. We are becoming like those we have been battling for decades, and our lip service of human rights is belied by our actions of torture and hypocritical policies of “stand your ground” and unrestrictive gun laws. Cultural terrorism, violence, hatred, and the like permeate our states and metropolitan cities. Our light is going out.
We are at a crossroads in American history, a place of such deep division that dramatic change in every facet of our social structure is necessary if we are going to prevent the continued destruction of innocence, including those who have been deceived by the erroneous dogmas of our three greatest institutions: religion, economics, and politics.
Slaves of a Different Kind tells us that a new day brightens on the horizon, a day that demands responsibility for the freedom. It is a day when humankind must answer to the blessings of liberty of pay a higher price for taking them for granted. If we are able to embrace and repent from the damaging issues within ourselves and the elements of division and turmoil in which we have been complicit, good will come."