During my last hiatus, so little happened that I couldn’t wait to get back to writing. Things were a bit different this summer. In the past month, a war has been taking place with the goal to shut me down. Here were the three most significant events:
Three mayors, several politicians, the Canadian media establishment, feminist organizations, and hundreds of SJW’s tried to prevent the two Canadian speeches that were part of my world tour. They made up false claims, they called the police and Canadian border patrol with the intent to deny me entry into the country or get me arrested, they started a petition that was signed by over 45,000 people, they plastered wanted posters around the city calling me a “sexual predator,” they got one of my hotel venues to cancel my booking, and they physically assaulted me after hunting me down like an animal, forcing me to spend $3,000 on bodyguards. I was the top trending news story of all of Canada for a day and the top news story in the city of Toronto a few days after, featured in all local newscasts.
In spite of all that, I held my two speeches as planned on their scheduled days. The victory was monumental and glorious.
2. Amazon petition
Sore from losing in Canada, SJW’s attempted to burn my books on Amazon by starting another change.org petition. It has been signed by nearly 200,000 people and was ranked at one point in the top 10 most popular petitions on the site. Amazon so far has not responded, and my books remain on sale, though I have received many 1-star reviews by people who haven’t read the book.
Sore from not getting my books banned, the SJW’s then launched a DDOS attack on my sites, shutting down ROK, RVF, and this blog for nearly two days. If you’re able to read this right now then the countermeasures my hosting provider deployed has been effective.
The attacks to silence my speech, censor my books, and shut down my sites have roughed me up a bit, but they did not land a knock-out punch. Since I’m committed to my work, I won’t be backing down in the face of attacks like this, which I’m sure will continue in the future. As I said during my Battle Of Toronto Dispatch, free speech is expensive, and I’m ready to pay the price to ensure I can assert rights that are bestowed upon me as an American citizen.
In spite of all that happened during the summer, I did manage to find time to write many new articles. I will begin sharing them on Monday morning.
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