For me, the first and last chapters of this highly intelligent book contain new and different material alone worth the price of the book.
The early chapter "All Aboard The Citizen Ship" is a thoughtful and thorough consideration of the benefits and - more importantly - risks of removing yourself from government control, making fundamental points not covered by any other writer on Freedom (AKA lawful rebellion) and should not be missed. Essentially, it points out that you cannot be accepting any benefits of the state (including what many of us consider to be basics, like passports, schooling for our children, the NHS, bank accounts or police - although, if you are willing to investigate deeply enough, you will learn that every single such "benefit" is actually a poisoned chalice) and expect to successfully avoid the negatives, like taxation, penalties, fines.
The rest of the book contains information that many of us are already aware of, but would nevertheless serve as a good review. For those completely new to this "game" (where HAVE you been?!), the remaining chapters are brief but excellent introductions to quite a wide range of subjects:
- the dangers of vaccination;
- the deliberate dumbing down of government-school students;
- the global warming con;
- the Committee of 300 and increased control by increasing fear (not least by the current depression, by threatening that natural resources are running down, and by de-industrialisation of "first world" countries);
- the purposeful addition of poisons like chlorine and fluoride to our drinking water in the name of health as well as the dangers of aspartame;
- the illusion that is paper money plus how all governments have already adopted many of, and are well on course to bring in the rest of, the 10 planks of the Communist Manifesto;
- the use for many decades of subtle (and overt) propaganda (via advertising, "news", films, TV, professional sports, education).
As "Timothy Antiterrorist" (TAT) spells out much more clearly in his second book "Standing Under Freedom" ALL law is contract and you have the right to contract, the right NOT to contract, and the right to challenge any fraudulent contracts. Of course, knowing HOW to challenge the contracts is key. What you need to do is your due diligence to get a firm grasp of the solutions. As he stresses in the last chapter of this first book, the only rights that are ever available to you at any given time are the rights that you can claim. If you don't claim that right, it does not exist for you.
Which of you had a class at school about "your rights"? Why not? What could be more important? In my view, reading, writing and maths come a poor second to your rights. You don't agree? Read this book before we start arguing about it, my friend. I think you will find we do not disagree about the importance, once you find out about just a few of your over 1,000 rights that you have been conned into giving up simply because you don't know about them.
These 2 books by The Antiterrorist are highly recommended; if you are new to this subject-matter do start with an excellent basic introduction by Veronica Chapman called, simply, "Freedom". Also try an internet search on "patriot mythology" and have a look (on youtube) at "The Law - stand up and reclaim your rights" by MrAstrotheology as well as some of what Max Igan, Frank O'Collins and Dean Clifford have to say.
Finally, don't miss The Antiterrorist on youtube, particularly his wonderful videos on Dealing with the Police. By coincidence I watched these only a few days before having to deal with an NHS hospital pressuring for the discharge of a relative who was obviously (even to our inexperienced eyes) not ready to go home. In the same ward was another poor patient who had already suffered TWO failed discharges. Using one of his most basic suggestions with them (you ask the questions, you DON'T answer them) forced them to back off. Thanks TAT, we're truly grateful.