Publication Planned for Early February…Free Book Contest Too
I think our only way out of the mess we’re in is if enough regular people, enough ordinary people, enough nobodies get involved in fighting against the tyranny we’re facing. Massive civil disobedience that involves speaking the truth in the midst of lies and incorporating our passions in any way we can to combat what is happening will be what is necessary.
If enough of us get involved (and many, many people are), we can turn this thing around. Solzhenitsyn wrote:
This path will be easier and shorter for all of us if we take it by mutual efforts and in close rank. If there are thousands of us, they will not be able to do anything with us. If there are tens of thousands of us, then we would not even recognize our country.
And if there are tens of millions around the world? Maybe a miracle.
My book, I’m Nobody. Who Are You? Can We Save the World?, I hope will inspire people to get involved. The book is different than most of what is out there: it is full of memes from the first year of The Asylum, a foreword from Klaus Nutjob, fact-checking by woke fact-checkers, some poems, a satiric essay, original content not found on The Asylum, spying by the FBI, a press conference and one chapter that has been removed by the “publisher’s Oversight Board” and more. The book is footnoted and contains an index and resources section.My intent with the book, as with my website, is to contribute in some way, even if it is only a small contribution, to securing our freedoms, defeating the Globalists and exposing the unsafe so-called vaccines. Part of the thesis of the book is that millions and millions of small contributions become a force to be reckoned with.
I wanted the book to be fun, engaging and poignant. It will be up to the reader to determine if I succeeded. It’s a quick read at just over a hundred pages with a lot of memes and faux posters. I’m hoping it might be the kind of book you would hand to a friend or family member who is a bit on the fence or maybe unsure about how they can contribute or maybe feeling like they, a nobody, have nothing meaningful they can do or say or write.
I mean “nobody” in the best sense of that word, in the Emily Dickinson sense:
I’m nobody! Who are you?
Are you nobody, too?
Then there’s a pair of us — don’t tell!
They’d banish us, you know.
It’s not a book meant to convince people about the unsafe vaccines or the stolen election, though it might if someone is unsure. But those two things are more or less assumed to be the beliefs of those reading. I hope it inspires people to get involved and enjoy getting involved using their passions in creative ways.
I have enjoyed freedom my entire life (I’m 65) and more than anything I want my son to experience the same freedoms I have had. It pains me terribly to think that he may not have a future of freedom ahead of him. So I hope this book will contribute in a small way to securing the freedoms that every human being deserves. I hope it inspires others to also contribute in their own small ways.
I expect the book to be published in February and I hope you’ll consider purchasing a copy.
Free Book Contest
Once the book is published I’ll be running a contest here on and on Substack(opens new window). I will publish posts on each of those platforms and the first five to respond from each platform will receive a paperback copy by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a snail mail address. You can expect that in early February if all goes well.
I don’t have a lot of subscribers on either platform so your chances are pretty good if you’re interested.
The paperback will be released first in black and white, followed by a full color hardback and finally a Kindle version.
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