‘Cast Away: For These Reasons: Economic Jihad’ by Jo M. Sekimonyo


After reading the author’s prologue I was expecting to read where capitalism, socialism and communism have failed, however this book is focused on what is wrong with capitalism. There is no such thing as political correctness, readers be prepared for some strong language. Some public or historic figures are not portrayed as admirable and honourable as they usually are.

But, there is a new model that emerges by the pages of this book: Ethosism.

This book provides food for thought on large portions. It’s full of references to historic events, political and financial theories, literary quotes and difficult to shocking situations the author had to face in his life. It actually motivates readers to repine for research on everything is mentioned in this book. And decide for themselves whether they agree or not with Jo M. Sekimonyo’s point of view on Ethosism.


Cast Away: For These Reasons: Economic Jihad

Fifty Five Shades of Political Economy….
Economic theorists since their inception over 200 years ago, have struggled with the question of how to distribute wealth and continue to come up short. The author is not only criticizing capitalism, but finally has brought to the table, a new thought provoking alternative to the economic cannibalistic system. The author’s unconventional line of attack, will raise your heart rate and make you nauseous. By the middle of the book, you might be searching for a long rope to hang yourself with, thinking that humanity is doomed…but you will be missing out on the spectacular finale. This book is not one more economic liturgy. The author offers a thought provocative remedy to global socio-economic inequality; the rise of Ethosism.
Tara Casimir, Editor



Congolese roots, American fermented, globally bottled, social investigator, and an Ideological mambi (nonconformist) deliberately confronted by insane circumstances, Jo M. Sekimonyo has always prided himself for having rhinoceros tough skin, safeguarding me against the usual flapdoodle. He is fiercely opinionated and allergic to badly patched arguments. He takes great pleasure in wreaking havoc on psychological and cerebral parochialism just as any form of intolerance or fanaticism like a poltergeist. If you rode the previous rollercoaster, Cast Away: For These Reasons, you have probably been exposed to the awful rumpus going on his my head. “The older I get, no matter how much I try, the more I fail in gagging my anguish and anger over narrow-mindedness in all it shapes and forms. I can’t just bring myself to accept intolerance or prejudice as life” he says.

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