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.

UPDATE: I have also had my entire book catalog banned from Barnes & Noble and Kobo. I added their termination emails to the bottom of this article.

The removals started on the first day Game was released

On Friday I received an email from both Amazon’s Createspace (paperback) and Kindle Direct Publishing divisions that stated three of my books have been removed because they were in violation of “content guidelines.”

The most relevant parts of their guidelines state the following:

Pornography
We don’t accept pornography or offensive depictions of graphic sexual acts.

Offensive content
What we deem offensive is probably about what you would expect.

Illegal and infringing content
We take violations of laws and proprietary rights very seriously. It is your responsibility to ensure that your content doesn’t violate laws or copyright, trademark, privacy, publicity, or other rights. Just because content is freely available does not mean you are free to copy and sell it.

Amazon won’t tell me which guideline I broke

I contacted them by phone when I first got the notice, but they stated that the team in charge of removing books doesn’t have phone support. Through email, they told me they could not give me any details.

On Sunday, five more books were banned.

Then on Monday morning I wake up to find that my new book Game was also banned.

I called again but was given the same runaround. The phone rep could not give me details or connect me with someone who could help.

I believe the bannings began because the launch of Game was extremely successful. I sold 2,000 books in the first two days and hit the top 700 on Amazon paperback on the first day. Even before Friday’s launch, Game was already in Amazon’s top 10,000. As far as I know, Amazon didn’t receive a single complaint about the content, but they removed it anyway.

Amazon sells books that are far more offensive than mine

My dating books contain instructional details on having sex, and contain naughty words like “penis” and “vagina,” but they don’t promote violent or degrading behaviors like other books Amazon has for sale. Stephen King’s compilation Four Past Midnight contains the novella Library Policeman. It features the prolonged anal rape of a young boy, and is freely available on Amazon.

When Sam a little boy, he was returning some overdue books when a, man stopped him outside the library. The man claims to be a policeman, and orders Sam to come with him to pay the fine on his books.

The fine ends up being a prolonged anal rape of the boy, and I do mean prolonged. The grown man forces his massive penis into Sam’s ass as he’s forced against a wall, all described with intimate detail of almost every thrust for four whole agonizing pages… King keeps it going and going and going. It may in fact be the most detailed sex scene in all his work, save one. [Source]

One of the best selling books of all time, 50 Shades Of Grey, features numerous graphic scenes of sexual abuse, including one scene where the sexy male character bludgeons a female. It is freely available on Amazon.

“Suddenly he grabs me, tipping me across his lap. With one smooth movement, he angles his body so my torso is resting on the bed beside him. He throws his right leg over both mine and plants his left forearm on the small of my back, holding me down so I cannot move . . . He places his hand on my naked behind, softly fondling me, stroking around and around with his flat palm. And then his hand is no longer there . . . and he hits me — hard.

Another book that Amazon sells is called Just Fuck Me! It features extremely graphic depictions of sex and “getting fucked.” It is freely available on Amazon.

Dozens of books that feature violent rape are not only available on Amazon, but are featured within lists on Amazon-owned Goodreads so shoppers can find them easier.

There are hundreds of other pornographic books that depict sex in the most graphic way possible, with covers that are barely safe for work, and they are all still available.

None of my books contain child rape scenes, physical abuse, pornography, or sexual violence, 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.

I believe I deserve answers from Amazon. Until then, I will begin researching alternative ways to sell paperback copies to my readers.

You can still buy my ebooks on Roosh V Store

Thankfully, I have a web store where I sell all 19 of my ebooks and audiobooks that you can order with a credit card or cryptocurrency. If you want to support me and my new book Game, you can learn more about it here or click the links below to grab your copy. I’m extending the special deals that were supposed to end today.

The instantly downloadable ebook edition of Game costs only $13 and contains unrestricted PDF, ePUB, and MOBI files that can be viewed on unlimited devices. After submitting your payment, you’ll be immediately forwarded to the book’s download page…

The audiobook + ebook edition of Game costs only $21 and includes both the ebook package and the 13-hour audiobook in unrestricted MP3 format that is narrated by myself…

Click here to view the full description of Game at Roosh V Store.

Now what?

The censorship is intensifying. I’m not the only one who noticed the banning of Alex Jones on just about every tech platform in existence. I thought our tech overlords would first censor political figures on the right in preparation for the American midterm election this November, but it’s clear that even if your work doesn’t contain anything remotely political, like my dating books, they will still go after you.

Amazon and other tech companies have no moral qualms about hurting people’s lives under the guise of eliminating “hate speech” or “offensive” content without objectively defining what those terms actually mean. The drive to censor anyone with an opinion not sanctioned by a global corporation will only get worse, but as long as I have a mouth, I will continue to speak.

UPDATE: 

Here’s a solid analysis from the Spectator:

We are living in an Orwellian dystopia. Democrat members of Congress advocate harassment of their opponents, and Republican congressmen are targeted by assassins and GOP candidates are assaulted by knife-wielding lunatics, yet the so-called “mainstream” media insist that it is the Right, not the Left, which is dangerous. In this bizarre mirror-reverse world, atheists, homosexuals, violent anarchists and vehement man-hating feminists are free to say and do what they please, but a guy who tells other guys how to be successful with women is demonized like Emmanuel Goldstein in Nineteen Eighty-Four. Instead of free speech being suppressed by an all-powerful government, the enemies of freedom are gigantic multibillion-dollar Internet companies eager to appease swarming squadrons of social justice warriors (SJWs) who bombard them with complaints about alleged purveyors of “hate.”

I also did interviews with Alex Jones, Paul Joseph WatsonJF Gariepy, and Luke Rudkowski.

Below are the termination emails that Barnes & Noble and Kobo sent me. They each banned all 19 of my books, even Free Speech Isn’t Free, which does not have any sexual or graphic content.

Read Next: Game – How To Meet, Attract, And Date Attractive Women

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Jim
Jim
2 years ago

Why bother with Amazon anyway? That’s putting money in their pockets. Just sell on your own website.

Patrice Stanton
2 years ago
Reply to  Jim

Why? Simple: to sell physical books someone has to print and bind them. Oddly, after hearing about Roosh getting rooshed by CreateSpace I started wondering if we’d quickly have to go back to the olden days of a pirate press, so researched binding machines.

Well, after buying a sturdy manual machine ($300) that can bind more than 150 sheets (300pp), turns out the prices are staggering compared to our Amazon Overlords print-on-demand.

“Pirate Press” price, per copy, includes all supplies except shipping materials & shipping costs:

100 pp. book = $6.00 —>

600 pp. book = $23.50

BTW, that does NOT including anything for my/your labor to hand-punch and put it all together.

THAT’s why Amazon’s CreateSpace.

Jim
Jim
2 years ago

I didn’t realize so many people read print books instead of e-books, but even if they do, surely there are more publishers out there than Amazon.

If there aren’t, it sounds like a great business opportunity!

Earl Henson
Earl Henson
2 years ago

If you buy in bulk say 5000 copies you can get a 200 page book done for maybe $2.25 per book with cover paperback. But yeah you’d have to put up $10,000. Possibly $2.50 per book for 3000 copies.

Apex_Predator
Apex_Predator
2 years ago

Globohomo PozCorp ascending. We are at war in case anyone hasn’t figured it out yet.

Full 1984 / Farenheit 451 mode is in place now. Act accordingly.

Johnnyvee
Johnnyvee
2 years ago

There are no truly private corporations when you have a large Government and high taxes. It`s called Socialist Fascism. You control the economy via taxes and regulations, thereby you can also help influence narratives and beliefs among the citizenry. If this continues even a diet book recommending pastured meats, coconut oil and organic vegetables will be banned. They won`t stop now I can tell you.

History shows us what has to be done with these people…

Dee
Dee
2 years ago
Reply to  Johnnyvee

Yeah, but we have to kill them all first to change history. I think we are too lazy

Aware
Aware
2 years ago
Reply to  Johnnyvee

Well stated.

josh
josh
2 years ago

Excellent rebuttal.

Race Bannon
Race Bannon
2 years ago

Roosh, I purchased Game yesterday directly from your store. I discovered your work several years ago after moving to the DC area; I asked the internet why there were so few attractive women around here, and I was led to ROK and rooshv.com

Well, duh… here’s why your books are getting banned on Amazon:
Amazon is owned by one of the top Globohomo Elitists, Jeff Bezos. The Globalist Cabal is engaged in what I have come to call a Soft Genocide against white Europeans and their descendants. Among the tactics they are using are Feminism, the promotion of Homo- and Trans-sexuality (both of which are drastically reducing reproduction among whites), along with wholesale immigration of 3rd world peoples into Europe and the USA to replace and/or overrun whites. Your books aim to re-engage white males in mating; this is against their goal of decreasing reproductive rates among whites. It is really quite obvious. What is not so obvious is the endgame for these Genocidal Elitists. I haven’t quite gotten to an understanding of what their intended dystopia is supposed to look like, or accomplish.

Roosh
2 years ago
Reply to  Race Bannon

Yes it’s becoming obvious that this banning was political and not based on the actual content of the books.

Anonymous Disqus Account
Anonymous Disqus Account
2 years ago
Reply to  Roosh

Really telling that Amazon couldn’t give you a straight answer as to why it’s too spicy for their platform.
Especially, considering there’s way more extreme books on Amazon than books about dating women.
I wonder what really happened.

johnny Jameson
johnny Jameson
2 years ago

Book from Harlequin romance with graphics depictions of sex acts and 5-6 adjectives used to describe genatalia- OK.

Book to help an average joe get laid- BAN

#AmazonLogic

Toksik
Toksik
2 years ago
Reply to  johnny Jameson

Feminazi overlords just want to carry out their Jewish masters will

positron1
positron1
2 years ago

Roosh’s books are too real, and too potentially helpful for young men, especially white young men who might get their hands on them. Can’t have that.

Anonymous Disqus Account
Anonymous Disqus Account
2 years ago
Reply to  positron1

The last thing the system wants is intelligent young men realizing how badly they are getting fucked

positron1
positron1
2 years ago

I see younger guys all the time who would benefit so much from Roosh’s advice, or really just a guy like me paraphrasing his advice. I stopped trying to advise them for the most part years ago though because most are so brainwashed that they prefer to continue believing in pretty lies and running beta orbiter/provider game in an environment where it doesn’t work in hopes of getting some well-used scraps if they’re lucky. It’s very sad and frustrating to watch.

Dee
Dee
2 years ago
Reply to  Roosh

Send copies of all your docs to Jim Jordan.

Sarah Jessica Parker
2 years ago
Reply to  Race Bannon

They are nihilists so they don’t care what the end game is. Life doesn’t matter, so destroy as much of the patriarchal society as possible before they die. That’s literally all it is. Don’t over think it. They sure don’t.

positron1
positron1
2 years ago

I imagine you’re right. In Atlas Shrugged, Ayn Rand goes into how those who can’t create often dedicate their lives to the destruction of that which is good and beautiful. Seems to be what’s going on with the SJWs and their ilk.

Veni Vidi Vici
Veni Vidi Vici
2 years ago
Reply to  Race Bannon

A visit to Brazil may enlighten you.

Anon
Anon
2 years ago

How can one obtain a physical copy now?
I rarely if ever pay money for virtual things, and I don’t want to cheat Roosh out of his money by looking to ebay scalpers.

Roosh
2 years ago
Reply to  Anon

Right now there is no way. It will take me some time to figure out an alternative solution.

R bere
R bere
2 years ago
Reply to  Roosh

Roosh, lulu publishes books. it’s where other pua guys like tom torero et al have published their books. I’m sure there’s others.

Per Desteen
Per Desteen
2 years ago
Reply to  Roosh

Open a discussion with Castalia?

Apex_Predator
Apex_Predator
2 years ago
Reply to  Per Desteen

Seconded. Drop VoxDay a line Rooshy he knows who you are. Tell him you’ve been deplatformed / unpersoned he may take you in or at least point you in the right direction since he has quite a few people in that same boat.

positron1
positron1
2 years ago
Reply to  Apex_Predator

Vox mentioned on his last darkstream that he’s spoken to Roosh recently. Hopefully they discussed this.

B King
B King
2 years ago
Reply to  Roosh

File suit. I believe that at this point you could prove monetary damage. It would be incumbent upon Amazon to prove that their actions were justified. The person suggesting that you go to Congress probably means well but considering the mockery the rest of the tech giants just made of Congressional inquiries and the fact that the Pentagon is niw in bed with Amazon I would go with civil suit.

Drmrby
Drmrby
1 year ago
Reply to  B King

Sue Amazon? You’re not real bright, are you? That would take monetary resources that Roosh nor any other single individual possesses.

Jim
Jim
2 years ago
Reply to  Roosh

Why not email people a PDF and they can print it on their own if they need a physical copy?

Michael
Michael
2 years ago

Top 10,000 baby! Now that’s bragging rights!

Champ
Champ
2 years ago
Reply to  Michael

It was #1 in dating, retard

Vinnamese
Vinnamese
2 years ago

FUCK AMAZON.

wissam124
wissam124
2 years ago

Where can I order the physical copy now?

Roosh
2 years ago
Reply to  wissam124

Nowhere. It will take me some time to find another vendor.

wissam124
wissam124
2 years ago
Reply to  Roosh

I’ve bought the ebook and the audiobook in the meantime. Good luck.

Cavallo
Cavallo
2 years ago

Do you have legal recourse? If they’re just doing it arbitrarily that isn’t in line with their TOS doesn’t that come close to fraud? Have you attempted to have your attorney send them an official letter of inquiry?

Jim
Jim
2 years ago
Reply to  Cavallo

I’m sure their TOS is written in such a way that they can amend it at any time. His recourse is not to give his business to them, which it sounds like he’s doing, albeit involuntarily.

Champ
Champ
2 years ago

I’m glad I bought directly from your store with bitcoin. When you buy a book from Amazon, you actually just buy a license to read it. They can revoke it at any time.
Ironically they did this with 1984 and Animal Farm: https://www.pcworld.com/article/168654/kindle_e_book.html

It’s funny that they didn’t ban ‘Don’t bang Denmark’ and ‘Don’t bang Latvia’. They also didn’t ban the books about Brazil, Colombia and Argentina. It’s almost like they are encouraging white men to reproduce with non-white women.

By the way, I think you can sell paperbacks on lulu.

GreyGeek77
GreyGeek77
2 years ago
Reply to  Champ

And revoke and yank them Amazon does. About ten years ago I bought a Kindle and several digital books, papers and PDFs. I also uploaded several PDF’s from various Internet sites. Things like a copy of the Constitution, Jefferson’s letters, articles critical of Marxism and the Americans Marxists, plant guides, survival guides, chemistry & physics books. In other words a portable library that I could carry anywhere and read offline.

A couple years ago I noticed that content on my Kindle began disappearing and was no longer available for reinstallation. That’s when I turned it off.

temmy9 .
temmy9 .
2 years ago

Meanwhile the novel Hogg by Samuel Delaney, a novel which is loaded with pedoshit and sexual degradation remains for sale.

Pythagoras
Pythagoras
2 years ago

I bought the “Poosy Paradise” paperback on Friday from Amazon, I hope I get it before that goes away too. I also want to have a paperback copy of “A Dead Bat In Paraguay” (which doesn’t seem to be available at Barnes and Noble). Do you prefer me to buy it on Amazon or through some other means? Thanks Roosh.

Roosh
2 years ago
Reply to  Pythagoras

If it’s on Amazon, might as well buy it there. I still get paid for the sale.

hans
hans
2 years ago

at first I thought it must have been a coordinated effort by green haired monsters, but on closer inspection this seems unlikely. They have tried before and failed. This book is Roosh’s most toned down book. The most offensive thing I could identify is that he calls fat women unattractive. There is virtually no passage in the entire book that would justify a ban. Someone higher on the food chain at amazon or elsewhere must have pulled the plug when he saw that book sales are very promising. He did so discreetly before the sales exploded to avoid ensuing controversy on free spech and book bannings.
.

Krisztián
Krisztián
2 years ago

man i just tried to buy crypto for your book, but even creating a wallet needs a smartphone, this is horribly complicated.
Cant you just make another Paypal account to some firm name, or onto one of your relatives name, so we can send you money easier?
I dont do banking, cant believe nobody else has this problem. i wanna buy your book.

Infernoz
Infernoz
2 years ago
Reply to  Krisztián

Paypal suck balls, they stopped working for my credit card payments everywhere, including ebay despite me contacting support on ebay and getting a response supposedly fixing it, so I stopped using both.

No f’ing way will I ever get a PayPal account again, since I burned my last one several years ago after a credit card chargeback because they wouldn’t chargeback a non-delivering vendor!

I’d prefer going crypto if I have to, I already have a secure hardware wallet, but best if it doesn’t have stupid buy/sell margins like Bitcoin.

Krisztián
Krisztián
2 years ago
Reply to  Infernoz

are you Roosh?

hand_drill
hand_drill
2 years ago

Are you going to write a book for women at some point? You do great work don’t let pink hairs get you down.

Roosh
2 years ago
Reply to  hand_drill

Yes it’s almost done. I hope to release it within 6 months.

hand_drill
hand_drill
2 years ago
Reply to  Roosh
Roosh
2 years ago
Reply to  hand_drill

That article went up 12 hours after the ban. When did they email Amazon? What was the reply? They offer no evidence of their claims.

johnny Jameson
johnny Jameson
2 years ago
Reply to  Roosh

Roosh, would you consider selling a digital version of your book on your own website?

Tiago Seabra
Tiago Seabra
2 years ago
Reply to  johnny Jameson

He does that.

Kirizon
Kirizon
1 year ago
Reply to  Roosh

Coordinated censorship and attack. Clear as day. Classic 1984.

Dan Komis
Dan Komis
2 years ago

Bezos probably has some underling feminist who did this without his knowledge. Certainly a disturbing sign of the times though. I know Jeff from back at Princeton and I’ll have a word with him. “Customers can write to Jeff Bezos using the [email protected] email address.” Being polite would be more effective.

Roosh have you considered setting up a Patreon (or some equivalent) account?

Wanted to recommend https://www.amazon.com/So-Youve-Been-Publicly-Shamed/dp/1594634017

Really enjoying the book Roosh, keep up the great work. llegitimi non carborundum! I grabbed a copy on kindle early the day of release. Amazon is still serving it to me, though they do offer a full refund now.

Sarah Jessica Parker
2 years ago
Reply to  Dan Komis

Patreon will ban him too. Not an option. They’d salivate over the PR of taking down such a target.

Veni Vidi Vici
Veni Vidi Vici
2 years ago

Agreed and then Visa and Master Card, like what they recently done to a right wing organization called USconservative.org, now they can no longer process donations via those two megacorparations. All thanks to the SPLC.

Ryan Lewis
Ryan Lewis
2 years ago

Can you get lawyers involved? This isnt fair

Ben Sanderson
Ben Sanderson
2 years ago

you made $20,000.00 in the first two days of book sales. Good Lord, I am going to have to get in on this action.

TyskKille
TyskKille
2 years ago
Reply to  Ben Sanderson

I think Roosh will get 30% of the revenue that comes from the ebook sales. For physical copies it is probably less.

Ben Sanderson
Ben Sanderson
2 years ago
Reply to  TyskKille

is that how they pay? I never studied business in college and I regret it. 30% seems like a small cut for the writer. in my own mind it is the seller who should get the smaller cut.

Ben Sanderson
Ben Sanderson
2 years ago

by the way, this sounds entirely petty and personal. Your books were deleted because while women do indeed like 50 Shades of Grey, they are totalitarians about it. I mean they want to control the conversation about it. They want to joke about it, make conversation about it, and watch the women of The View discuss it…but they don’t want some man to talk about it. They consider it a kind of appropriation. It’s like black guys can easily call one another nigger, and get some laughs about it. But that’s just off limits to a white guy. This is what has happened to you on Amazon. As you displayed, there are all kinds of sex books on Amazon. It’s you, Roosh, who cannot get in on it. It’s personal.

Rickaby
Rickaby
2 years ago

The banning was a political act, obviously. As you’ve previously pointed out, anyone trying to help men, especially white men, is silenced and punished.

Rickaby
Rickaby
2 years ago

Have a word with Vox. With the numbers you did, I’m sure he’d be happy to publish. The banning is giving you tons of publicity, too. As long as you can find a vendor, you can bounce back a bit. All is not lost. I’ll be ordering a copy as soon as I can.

Craig Anthony
2 years ago

It’s funny how the Google algorithm works. I stumbled upon this post due to my line of work, and a few clients experiencing similar issues.

I’m a product description writer, and I help Amazon sellers/vendors list their products with optimized content to increase traffic and sales.

Recently, a couple of my clients have had issues with Amazon freezing their accounts, individual listings or entire storefronts based off of “undisclosed” violations. They received the exact same responses that you have been given.

Here’s the thing… These sellers aren’t selling books or explicit content. They’re selling things items like HDMI cables. And they’re getting the same “we can’t disclose information” responses.

In one of the cases, it was found that their account had been hacked by a competitor and something was done against violations. Even with knowing this Amazon refused to lift the suspension from the items. We’re still waiting for further recourse.

I would recommend making sure your account is secure and untampered with. It wouldn’t surprise me if a competitor in your PUA niche wanted to thwart your momentum. It’s unfortunate that Amazon has gotten to be so flawed without accountability.

Marius Aetius
Marius Aetius
2 years ago
Reply to  Craig Anthony

” It wouldn’t surprise me if a competitor in your PUA niche wanted to thwart your momentum.”

you’re joking right? more like a 200 pound green haired graffiti sporting huff po reader.
Roosh aims to help men with women, especially western men, that makes him public enemy number one to the commies.

Roosh
2 years ago
Reply to  Craig Anthony

A lot of Amazon sellers have reached out to me in the past day. This seems to be a more common problem than I thought.

Craig Anthony
2 years ago
Reply to  Roosh

Yeah… There’s something extremely flawed about their algorithm and/or system platform. They are literally telling one of my clients that the word, “lightning” is an Apple exclusive keyword, and cannot be used anywhere on the listing page. Begrudgingly, once the word was removed, they sent a pretty generic response saying that they will have to further investigate the matter in order to reactivate the listings. Keep in mind, the products with the “lightning” label bring in about 20k a month, and have been suspended close to 2 months with ongoing shenanigans and inactivity on their end.

If you or any of your readers have a good line of contact (other than standard customer support), I’m sure that would be helpful to some.

Chris W
Chris W
2 years ago

This is my theory on why it got banned. An Amazon algorithm probably flagged your book because of it’s popularity. Once the popularity threshold was crossed, your content was subject to manual scrutiny. The reviewers were all obviously psychotic leftists because it’s a left coast tech corporation.

The other books probably went under the radar because there is too much content for Amazon to regulate everything. The only content they care about is the stuff that a lot of people will read. The more popular a book is, the greater it’s influence. Anything that’s right wing/red pill gets an automatic stamp of rejection by the green haired Amazon review girl.

It is suspect that your Youtube also got a strike at the same time. There could be a larger conspiracy at work.

Roosh
2 years ago
Reply to  Chris W

Good explanation. It all started happening after Game passed the top 10,000 in sales.

prepped again
prepped again
2 years ago
Reply to  Chris W

Yup. Same with the elites monitoring chatter and white noise in the media and online. They know some people have the truth and solid information about what’s really going on in the world. But elites are only alarmed by those with influence, watching dissenters to the common dialogue as mere baromoeters of public sentiment — at least until they become popular or famous.

EuroDude707
EuroDude707
2 years ago

Send a formal complaint. I am on their chat now. Was disconnected once and got a new operator. They are looking into it. I have bought books from Amazon worth around 15 000 USD the last years, so hopefully they will take this seriously.

EuroDude707
EuroDude707
2 years ago
Reply to  EuroDude707

Been on chat for 30 minutes. They are polite, but has still not provided any good answer for why the books are banned.

EuroDude707
EuroDude707
2 years ago
Reply to  EuroDude707

They take it seriously and will look into it, or at least that is what they said. I talked to multiple operators/managers.

Marius Aetius
Marius Aetius
2 years ago
Reply to  EuroDude707

i sure hope you were not holding your breath waiting for a big globalist company to actually give you a straight answer there pal?

EuroDude707
EuroDude707
2 years ago
Reply to  Marius Aetius

You really don’t get it. I told them that there was nothing in the content of the books that warranted a ban. That this was political censorship and unheard of in Western Civilization. Especially from a bookshop, a supposed guardian of free speech. If I don’t hear anything from them, then I can state as a fact, that this is political censorship by Amazon. A statement they will not like and even though they are powerful, they do not like activism and definitely would like a boycott. Add to that Trump talking about Amazon having too much power, and something must be done about it. So what is your strategy? Doing nothing? Passivism? Defeatism? That has worked so well for conservatism in the past, right?

Marius Aetius
Marius Aetius
2 years ago
Reply to  EuroDude707

i get it all right, good on you for taking 30 mins of your day to do this.
now you have to tell the rest of Europe.

EuroDude707
EuroDude707
2 years ago
Reply to  Marius Aetius

12 years ago, nobody knew anything about Islam, except it was the religion of peace. If defeatism is your thing, so be it.

johnny Jameson
johnny Jameson
2 years ago
Reply to  EuroDude707

Europe is already lost. The only thing to do is get real men to leave europe.

EuroDude707
EuroDude707
2 years ago
Reply to  johnny Jameson

Real men don’t run away.

johnny Jameson
johnny Jameson
2 years ago
Reply to  EuroDude707

They already know there’s no good reason to ban the books. They did it for political reasons. You’re wasting your time.

Mom and pop complain department “Let’s see if we can work it out for you man”

Trillion dollar globalist company complaint department- “Blows for you. Bite me”

EuroDude707
EuroDude707
2 years ago
Reply to  johnny Jameson

You are wasting my time.