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At Vinland Freedom Press, our mission is to provide a source for hard copies of censored and deplatformed books.Why hard copy? While there are droves of websites where you can find .pdf and other formats of eBooks, they're only as reliable as the machine they're stored on. A printed book won't be lost if your hard drive crashes or gets a static zap, can't be remotely edited, deleted, censored, or corrupted, can't be tracked and can't carry malware. And if taken care of, will last forever. All you need to enjoy it is a little light.





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One of the 25 reader reviews posted on the now censored Amazon.com page for 'The Balk,' Billy Roper's nonfiction book about the future breakup of America, is 5 out of 5 stars. "I think this little book is somewhat unique in that it focuses on the demographic changes that have occurred in the U.S. and the continuing trends that are & will shape our country in the coming years. It helps you to think through steps and actions that can get us prepared for potential scenarios as these trends unfold. Being aware of the changes will help you think about the best places to live if you aren't already there. If you think about moving away from large urban areas, or to another state and connecting with more like minded people then this is a helpful resource but different that other "prepper" type books. It's not about "prepping" per se and not an exhaustive state by state review like some I've read but none the less you will find it useful. It may change your view on what is happening in our country and show you how and where you may be able to thrive regardless of changes coming."
'The Balk' is the kind of hard-hitting, brutally honest description of how, when, and why the United States is doomed to collapse and breakup into smaller, racially based ethnostates that people either love or hate. That's why all of our reviews were either five or one star. The five star reviews are from two-thirds of readers who see the Balkanization coming after reading the book, while the one star reviews are from "anti-racist" activists attempting to hurt the author's livelihood by attacking his book sales, rather than his ideas themselves. It had a 3.6 out of 5 star rating, overall. If you want to understand why multiracial democracy has failed, why America is so polarized and divided, and what will happen next, you should read 'The Balk.'

The Balk

$25.00




It's this time, next year. Hyperinflation, the collapse of the dollar, and economic depression have America on the ropes, when uncontrolled illegal immigration delivers a sucker punch to the glass jaw of multiracial democracy. Race riots and secessions lead to ethnic cleansing and Balkanization. 'Hasten The Day' chronicles the first year after the breakup of the United States into several independent nations. If you believe that what cannot fly must fall, you won't want to miss reading "Hasten The Day"!

Hasten The Day

$25.00




'Waiting for The Sun' is the sequel to 'Hasten The Day'. Five years after the collapse and breakup of the United States of America, new nations arise and compete amid the ruins of a superpower.

Waiting For The Sun

$25.00




The third and conclusive installment in the highly acclaimed 'Hasten The Day' trilogy, 'Wasting The Dawn' continues the dystopian speculative fiction saga began in the award-winning 'Hasten The Day' and its' sequel, the popular 'Waiting For The Sun', both also by Billy Roper. After economic collapse and civil war lead to the breakup of the United States, global chaos ensues. Eighty percent of the world's population lies dead. In the aftermath, the familiar characters from the first two novels meet their ultimate destinies, and the next generation of successors emerge from the ashes of America to compete and determine the fate of the world, and mankind.

Wasting The Dawn

$25.00




Called "the politically incorrect, drunken love child of Stephen King and Alfred Hitchcock" by one reviewer, "General Population" tells the intriguing story of Max Aught, a young prisoner locked in a brutally corrupt prison for attempting to kill the child molester who raped his little sister. As society begins to unravel and collapse on the outside, those locked up may be the best hope for our future-if only they can survive to regain their freedom. Containing anecdotal stories and input from over two dozen currently incarcerated contributors, "General Population" is grimly realistic in its depictions of the best and worst of humanity, on both sides of the wire.

General Population

$25.00




A collection of nine fictional short stories about life in the United States following the coming civil war and balkanization of America. 227 pages.

The Heirs of Tomorrow

$25.00



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