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  • Paperback: 246 pages
  • Publisher: Velluminous Press (5 Nov. 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1905605226
  • ISBN-13: 978-1905605224
  • Product Dimensions: 23.5 x 1.3 x 19.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
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37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By D&D TOP 50 REVIEWER on 4 Jan. 2011
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TAT (The Antiterrorist) has written 2 books which are essential reading for anyone seeking Freedom from the increasingly totalitarian governments we live under. The first and last chapters of his first book, "The Antiterrorist's Handbook" offer the most intelligent and complete analysis to date of lawful/legal of any of the half-dozen plus books I have read so far on Freedom (aka Lawful Rebellion). Most of this book also provides information not available anywhere else.

For example, Chapter 1 explains the three different ways to get married (two of which are never taught to us), Chapter 2 addresses so-called State benefits and the difference between citizens and denizens, Chapter 3 has great advice about how to deal with police interactions, Chapter 5 is an introduction on how to prepare for disaster, Chapter 6 looks at the ever-intrusive questions being asked (even at the dentist) and exactly what questions you are obliged to answer on the census form (just one!), Chapter 7 explains that you are jointly and severally liable for all cheques - even those you pay into your own bank account, Chapter 8 raises a number of problems relating to trying to become Free.

Chapter 4 covers Corporate Tax Collection and how it is passed on to us as well as the benefits of trusts. It is a curious chapter, partly because the corporations with charters covered here are mainly utility companies like electricity and water, partly because it treats US and UK statute law as if they were the same (not so), and partly because it suddenly jumps to the benefits of trusts, which don't belong in a chapter about corporations or corporate tax.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By timHYPERLITE on 6 Jan. 2011
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Having read and enjoyed Timothy's first book i was looking forward to his new book.I was initially disapointed by the new cover being rather flimsy ,But after the first chapter it was forgotten about. The content was as informative as ever, Subjects are dealt with by AT sarcastically, As only someone who can understand and enjoy a very British sence of humour. Some have likened his writing style to that of Jeremy Clarkson and i agree.
Like the first book(handbook) parts are reiterated(around ten percent), But given fresh life through his insights. Something I enjoyed were the cartoons inbetween chapters, All the content was taken from comments left on his Youtube channel and are totally hilarious.

The thing thats really new about this book is the feeling of empowerment it gives you, Reading conspiracy books can make you feel helpless, Thats not the case here.
A great read for any tinfoil hat wearing nutjobs out there.
5STARS
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on 16 Feb. 2011
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This is the first time i have ever done a review on anything so it will be short and sweet.
This is AT's second book (if you have not read his first then go and do it now...)this book follows the first nicely, expanding on some subject matter and covering new ground also.
It is written in AT's slightly uncomprimising but humorous style, which is not easy given the seriouness of the subjects he is writing about, but again he pulls it off making it an enlightening and enjoyable read, which will leave you empowered with knowledge that most of the population have no idea about but certainly should.
AT presents the information in an extremely well structured easy to understand manner which at times leaves you with a smile on your face despite the fact you might not like what you are hearing from him.
If you want to start taking control off your own life, and breaking free of the somewhat at times invisable shackles placed on us all from birth, then this book will go some way to staring you off on your journey.
For others who already have an inkling of whats going on in the world today, or those who have already started their journey to their own personal freedom then this book is still essential reading.In fact they should have this book in your childrens school library, then instead of churning out a string of brain washed, zombie, cloned worker bees ready for the world we might have a generation of free thinking, enlightened individuals.

So, do yourself a favour, buy this book, read it the pass it on to friends and family.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By mark on 3 Mar. 2011
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The first AT handbook was a Tour de Force in critical thinking. Step by step the major issues that effect us most on a daily basis were researched, evaluated and presented in a common sense fashion. Facts laid bare, conclusions reached and reference provided offering the reader enough tools to lay a sturdy foundation of priorities for a healthy perspective on life today.

Standing Under Freedom builds on his previous work as AT takes his readers beyond thinking more openly about the wider world in which they live and relates how to live more freely as an individual day to day. The style remains, (no josticks, humming or meditation yet!), as AT shares valuable information for those interested in freedom and outlines practical ways to apply personal freedom in life. As with the Handbook, expect wry humour.
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