Starting on Friday, September 7, Amazon has gone on a rampage and banned the paperback and Kindle editions of nine of my books, including my new release Game. The sales pages now give you an error message. Despite repeatedly trying to get answers from Amazon via phone and email, they will not tell me why the books have been removed. …
None of my books contain child rape scenes, physical abuse, pornography, or sexual violence, [like a whole bunch of other books that Amazon sells] and yet they were banned.
Were they banned because they were effective at helping men? Was it because executives at Amazon disagree with my political opinions? Was it an action from a rogue employee? They won’t tell me. Whatever the case, someone in the company clicked the delete button and I’m supposed to accept it, but it’s hard to do that when your livelihood depends on the basic assumption of fair business practices.
Is it just me, or is neoliberalism.txt really going on a rampage these past few days? (Just the other day, Sam Hyde’s subreddit /r/milliondollarextreme was shut down; a few days before that, @jack finally purged Alex Jones from Twitter).
Anyhow, I am aware that traditionalist and nationalist readers may have issues with Roosh V. Isn’t “game” driving licentiousness as surely as unleashed female hypergamy? Is it really a good idea to allow swarthy “players” such as Roosh into your country?
Well there’s a few things one can say to that.
1. It takes two to tango. As he himself has admitted, Roosh V is a product of modern society; there was no niche for people like him back in the 1960s. As for his international “bang” guides – well, the numbers of people who are going to embark on this “hobby”, damaging as they may be to the women in the countries they’ll drop by, are ultimately drops in an ocean. I am sure there are 1-2 orders of magnitudes more straight out sexpats in the Ukraine as opposed to aspiring Casanovas.
2. The rumors about Roosh V being a rapist are the result of a smear campaign. The only crime he is guilty of is being a humorless censor himself.
3. Needless to say, GloboHomoBezos is not “protecting” us from Roosh because he wants to maintain traditional values and/or secure the existence of our people and a future for white children.
There’s no breaks on this train. To date, Amazon has mostly limited its censorship to Holocaust denial books; a disagreeable policy, to be sure, but tolerable so long as it remained the limit – which it did for an impressively long time. But now the Eye of Bezos has shifted its gave on the “manosphere”. It can’t be long before books on all sorts of other “controversial” topics become memoryholed and “contrarian” thinkers become unpersoned. It’s time to stop relying on that platform.
Here’s a quick guide to offshifting from the Amazon ecosystem:
1. Get pirated, DRM-free books at http://gen.lib.rus.ec/ (though do show the authors appreciation by sending a donation and/or formally buying their books if they deserve it)
2. Organize your book collection with Calibre.
3. Comprehensive guide to removing DRM from your existing, legal book collection at Apprentice Alf’s Blog.
PS. The blaqpill here is that here’s few people disciplined enough to wean themselves off Big Tech ecosystems so fully and radically (each sale on Amazon still contributes to Amazon’s $1 trillion+ valuation), and conscientious enough to reward content creators whose material they pirate. So neoliberalism.txt censorship is still going to be effective at stemming crimethink. Indeed, it may be more effective than the traditional, heavy-handed censorship practiced by ancien regimes, because criminalizing content outright just makes it cool.