I am pleased to announce that my latest work, Rethinking The Propositions, is now live for sale at Amazon.com. Rethinking The Propositions is a small book of 13 chapters, plus an extended Epilogue. It numbers 101 pages, and retails for $8.95. Here is the link to it on Amazon.
I took time off from blogging the last few months to work on RTP, wishing to make a more comprehensive (and more permanent) statement than just a series of blog posts. This work is the culmination of my 20 year journey from the American patriot movement, through mild libertarianism, to ethnonationalism, and finally to the Alt-Right and Southern Nationalism.
I set the tone of the work with a series of dueling quotes on page four, showing a thumbnail glimpse of the propositions and my rethinking of them. As I state on the back cover: “Rethinking The Propositions is a no holds barred reexamination of “American civic mythology”. This book dares to educate on American history in a way that public schools and the media never dared. This book dares to question not just the correctness of the laws and policies of the present-day American government, but the presuppositions that those laws are based upon”.
I start off with a reappraisal of America’s founding history, and then proceed to examine a list of topics (one per chapter) that are the “sacred principles” underlying American democratic government, even democracy itself. This is no doubt my most controversial work yet. I then cap it off with the last two chapters and Epilogue focusing on the issues facing us as Imperial American crumbles.
At the end, I make no recommendation as to the *perfect* form of civil government, something which probably does not exist. RTP is simply an analysis of what does not work. I feel that I have made RTP long enough to properly cover the subject, while being short enough that the average man might actually read it.
Some will say that Rethinking The Propositions is a slightly fashy take on Southern Nationalism, with an emphasis on Christian morality and the simple agrarian lives of our ancestors. In a sense, I suppose they are right. Please check it out on Amazon today!