BOSTON, August 9, 2022 (Newswire.com) - License to Loot! How Racial Injustice, Able-Bodied Americans, Illegal Immigration, and the Opioid Epidemic Split America takes an intense look into America's welfare system and those who take advantage of it, pulling resources away from those who need it and furthering the national debt crisis. Batieufaye seeks to have a conversation about the importance of not relying entirely on the government and politicians to solve all of society's problems, encouraging individuals to reach their own personal highest potential.
License To Loot! examines some of the biggest hot-button issues being discussed in American politics today under a microscope, including illegal immigration and ethnic prejudice, amongst many other topics. Issues that are discussed on the news easily become polarizing issues and debates.
Full of passion and potency, License to Loot! weaves together Batieufaye's personal stories and experiences, with facts and figures to back his statements, and encourages readers to do their own research about the topics discussed. It takes a look at the state of affairs in many different issues within American society and not only exposes flaws but works to illustrate solutions. Batieufaye is available for interviews, Q&As and byline articles in conjunction with License to Loot and to discuss or write on topics including but not limited to:
- The polarizing nature of political issues.
- What inspired Batieufaye to speak out about the political issues that matter to him most.
- Political storytelling: discussing polarizing topics in writing.
- Ways to take control of your life within political systems that are out of your control.
PASCALE BATIEUFAYE attended Johnson & Wales University, where he studied travel and tourism. He is an animal rights activist and aspires to open an animal rehabilitation center for rescue animals. As an independent contractor, he earned 1099 income by delivering financial statement mails to various banks across state lines. He ran a video store that closed up at the hype of Netflix's driven internet power. He wrote five unpublished manuscripts in his spare time, which he plans to self-publish on his online bookstore by next year.
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License to Loot released nationwide June 2022 and can be ordered on Amazon.
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