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- Print Length: 219 pages
- Publisher: PaRic Publishing (January 7, 2013)
- Publication Date: January 7, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00AY5WUY0
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I also recommend The End of America by John Price (very religious angle to the decline) and Mark Steyn's After America.
It's too late for me to get any use from this book, but I still read it. I'm currently paying 38% of my income to my ex wife in the form of alimony and child support. Another 38% goes to federal and state taxes.
So I get to keep 24% of my income, and the rest is taken from me by threat of force (thanks uncle sam).
If I could go back and do it again I' be smart. No wife. No high paying job for the government to confiscate from.
I'd be a traveling bum. Better then a slave with the state's gun pointed to his head.
It has been many years since I have read a book that helped me as much as this one did. Throughout my life, I have always worked in retail sales and have been very good at what I did. But about two years ago, I started noticing that it is impossible to get a full-time job in retail anymore. Every single employer has cut their non-supervisory positions down to less than 32 hours in order to avoid the costs associated with the Employee Retirement Income Security Act and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, two laws that force employers to pay benefits to all "full-time" workers. With some small stores, the situation is even worse as the minimum wage law has driven the number of hours down even further, to 15-20 instead of 32. If the economy was stronger, maybe these laws could be overcome and we would once again see full-time jobs available but with the FED printing money on an unprecedented scale there is really no chance of that happening.
I have been terribly angry about this for years and have tried to get around the laws by working two jobs. I have sometimes gone in at the first job at 9:30 a.m. and worked until 2:30, then left and gone to the other job at 5 pm. and worked until 10 p.m. This made me absolutely miserable as it resulted in me having no quality free-time at all. However, I kept doing it because I was determined not to let the government prevent me from working.
In the past few months, I've realized that I was making a mistake. Instead of fighting against the laws, I should accept them and learn to see the bright side of it.Read more ›
He recommends avoiding marriage, avoiding children, and living a very minimalist lifestyle more suitable for young males who don't mind sleeping rough. He recommends making friends so that your band can protect itself from other gangs while marauding and possibly stealing things from other people. He sees suicide as a final solution when all else fails. He suggests that you leave the country if you can find one more free and better suited to your needs.
On the plus side, he has quite a few good survival suggestions which are applicable to anyone in dire straights. He cites some pretty good resources for researching survival techniques and for researching the country you might plan on fleeing to if you are so inclined. There are some suggestions for asset protection in case the government decides to confiscate your wealth (a distinct possibility).
The problems with this philosophy are obvious. 50% of us are married, most of us happily. A majority of those families already have children who, along with their wives and husbands, they would never abandon. Many own homes that are fully paid for and would never consider moving to another country.Read more ›
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