Are you... fed up with the Powers That Be encroaching on your freedom?
Have you... tried everything -- voting, peaceful protest, letter writing, petitions--and found that it just didn't work?
Are you... beginning to think violent rebellion might be the ultimate, dreaded answer?
Stop! Wait! There are a lot more things you can do!
And they all begin with changing your own life. Not taking to the streets or hills to fight for freedom -- not yet -- but living for it. In this all-new sequel to her underground classic, 101 Things to Do'Til the Revolution, Claire Wolfe offers 101 more ways to survive, thrive, increase freedom and foil tyrants without picking up either a ballot or a rifle.
From the back cover:
"America is at that awkward stage. It's too late to work within the system, but too early to shoot the bastards." -- Claire Wolfe, 101 Things to Do'Til the Revolution
The clodhoppers of Tyranny stomp on the toes of innocent people everyday,from flat-out prohibitions of peaceful activities, to flagrant invasions of privacy, to the not-so-subtle erosion of Constitutional freedoms. But it's still not time to take down the scoundrels. Not yet. Author ClaireWolfe has come up with another batch of ideas to counteract theabusesgovernment and private agencies so routinely practice. In this followup to her wildly popular 101 Things to Do'Til the Revolution, she provides more ways to monkeywrench a system that keeps citizens in astranglehold. She teaches how to prepare for a truly independent lifestyle, and imparts further insight on how to liberate people from the Powers that Be.
How would you fare in the Frog Boiling Challenge? How can you stay out of snoopy databases? What should you do when you've got an itch to write another useless letter to your congresscritter? How can you acquire firearms without ending up on a government list? Is there any way to tell if a supposed friend is really a government snitch? You'll find all that and more in Don't Shoot the Bastards (Yet): 101 More Ways to Salvage Freedom.
Freedom fighter Boston T. Party writes in the introduction: "I think she's on to something. She has grasped the current stage of our struggle: firm mental defiance coupled with the beginning of real action."
You can wax on about freedom. You can whine about government rules. But the only way to change the way things are is to take action against the Tyranny traipsing all over American lives. This book is the best place to start.
The Critics Say (sort of):
"Since it's new and no one has reviewed it yet, Claire asked me to tell you that she's written a very, very nice little book. To be honest, I think some of it is awfully radical and it's certainly not the kind of thing I taught my proper young daughter, I can tell you that. But I'm sure it must be a very nice book because Claire wrote it." -- Her mother
"I am sick of you all calling government officials bastards. I'll have you know that bastards have historically been some of the most innovative and ruggedly individualistic people ever. Government more closely resembles the first legitimate born heirs of some nobles. Otherwise, I generally love[it]." -- William Frost, 16-year-old fan
Hold your fire. There are 101 freedom-promoting things to do in themeantime. Here's the table of contents from Don't Shoot the Bastards (Yet): 101 More Ways to Salvage Freedom.
Table of Contents