By Robert Anton Wilson
«When it involves clever dissent, Wilson is the motherload. extra importantly, hes funnier than a barrel of monkeys reciting the pledge of allegiance at the capital steps.» -- RU Sirius, Editor, Mondo 2000 «The grasp satirist shines gentle at the contemporary parapolitical heritage of the TSOG--the Tsarist career Government--that now masquerades because the U.S. political and cultural management. Its all the following with regular humor and new perception. just like the Id-creature in Forbidden Planet, Wilsons brilliance unearths the description of the monster without delay chomping on America.» -- Kenn Thomas, Steamshovel Press «TSOG is a five-alarm take-heed call. learn this booklet ahead of its outlawed.» --David Jay Brown, writer of Brainchild and Virus what's TSOG? Its the «Tsarist Occupational Government», these tremendous parents in Washington B.C. (oops, sorry, thats D.C.) who, in fact, consistently have your most sensible curiosity at center. in fact. TSOG is Bobs strongest political assertion. what's occurring within the United States--RIGHT NOW!--to human freedom and to the structure that used to be written to safe and shield YOUR liberty? Why does the U.S. have a drug TSAR(!) who proudly destroys thousands of lives and bullies the governments of the remainder of the realm into prosecuting an insane struggle on [some] medicinal drugs? How did a Nazi undercover agent come to have an important impression on present U.S. international coverage? Will the struggle on terrorism positioned the final nail within the coffin of YOUR rights? may Hannibal Lecter make a greater president than George W. Bush? Bobs prepared wit skewers those people who are forcing us all into slavery, and warns us that there's little time left. How lengthy will it's earlier than Bobs books are banned as literary terrorism?
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