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A top-notch commercial celebrating the release of Jason’s book, Crucible,
made by community member, “Groundhog Fury,”
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Crucible tells the true story of one schoolboy’s struggle and victory
over the abuses of a society obsessed with an un-American ideology.
His rebellion exposes society’s suffocating use of guilt, intimidation, isolation,
and character assassination to break the wills of those who dare to dissent.
Haunted by an internal struggle to either join the herd or
object and suffer the consequences, this young-man boldly refused
to compromise his moral values, fighting with his words and occasionally
forced to defend himself with his fists.
His approach and victory are repeatable.
Our victory is achievable.
We can find our way out of the darkening wilderness of corruption,
dispossession, and immorality. We can save America!
REVIEWS – A few of the many reviews from Amazon:
MAGA 2020 5.0 out of 5 stars Exposes the anti-American rhetoric plaguing our schools Reviewed in the United States on September 24, 2020
The more I read, the more aware I become of what happened to me. The anti-American rhetoric that is being pushed on kids today was always there, albeit more subtle. I listened to every word of it growing up and never questioned it. I hated my country, my religion, my family, my gender/sex, my race. This led to me making many terrible mistakes that ruined my life. Sound familiar? It explains a lot of what’s going on today, doesn’t it?
Crucible is the morale boost every red-blooded American patriot needs during these trying times. WE WILL SAVE AMERICA!
john 5.0 out of 5 stars Hollywood will want this book banned! Reviewed in the United States on September 28, 2020
Finally people are beginning to wake up from the hypnotic trance of propaganda that has gripped us for decades . This is THE essential book for our time . Not Mark Twain , but a modern day Tom Sawyer, more relevant today than Life on the Mississippi, written for all ages.
I felt I was reliving parts of my own childhood school interactions. The struggle against systemic anti-white indoctrinations is real. The most innocent and vulnerable of us, our children, have been impacted for decades. This is psychological warfare. However there is hope! I encourage all Westernkind, to read this book. I highly recommend this and it’s complement, Go Free! It’s time for You to recapture your destiny!
I got this book today and I can’t put it down. It’s a great read! This would be a very good book for any young white man, or teen, struggling to find and establish their identity in a world that makes no sense. I highly recommend it.
N8ERRIFIC 5.0 out of 5 stars Genuine, moving, and encouraging. Reviewed in the United States on October 1, 2020
Great book for all ages. Easy read for adults and great counter to the anti-white narrative for young people. Very genuine, moving, and encouraging. Not at all hatful or supremacist. We can be better, we can be a people again. No White Guilt, Go Free.
Crucible has much in common with the classic work “The Crucible” by Arthur Miller. Both are true stories — one from the 1690s, the other from the 1990s. Both depict the purge of heretics by fanatical societies. Both societies are near-crazed with self-righteous contempt for dissenters, real or imagined. But in the modern-day Crucible, it’s not witches that are being rooted out. Instead the target is a new kind of apostate — but just as artificial and manufactured as the fictitious witches of ages ago. And the new “crimes” are just as unforgivable.
Who is the transgressor in present-day America? What is he guilty of? This is the story of an adolescent boy who doesn’t toe the party line. He faces almost unbearable ostracism, physical violence, and psychological warfare. The pressure is enforced by children and adults alike. The new religion takes no prisoners. The boy wrestles with fear and self-doubt as he battles with — and for — his body and soul.
I thankfully didn’t face this kind of hostility in my childhood. But I will always wonder how I would have responded.