I started out writing my new book, The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business, with the simple intention of helping businesspeople reach beyond the current limits of those studies to become better and more productive in both their personal and employers’ lives. Setting the book’s contents in a period before the progressive era, where many of our modern problems started, allows for a fresh look at complicated issues that hold many people back in all aspects of their lives. That for me was fine; if the book accomplished those things, I would have been happy. However, during the editorial process, people reviewing the book before the publication have noted that it is very much a book that could disassemble world governments and the corporate influence over them. This is something we have talked about for many years, especially in conspiracy circles. But after the 2020 election, there is no doubt that many global corporations, such as Google, Apple, Facebook, and even the NBA, no longer view American citizenship as a value. They have joined the revolution to overthrow American ideas and to refocus the human race toward global citizenry, to step beyond the Constitution, the National Anthem, and all things that are red, white, and blue. And that there was a means in my book to undo all that. Well, I would be lying if I said that came as a surprise to me. I’m always thinking about those types of things, so when writing a book about psychology and strategy, it would become apparent that such tools could be used on a micro and macro level. It wouldn’t hurt my feelings if readers of my new book did use it as a counter-revolutionary device to undo this anti-American revolution conducted by these large corporations. An eye for an eye is no problem with me. In fact, in the way I see things, an eye for a head is even better.
It’s well beyond time now to see the situation for what it is. Corporations have joined together to undercut a government that belongs to the people, to all of us. This isn’t a surprise to me, but it is a reality we must deal with. We don’t elect corporate representatives; they impose themselves on us for their reasons. Suppose they support communism and socialism; it’s for their good, not ours. And suppose they fan the flames of insurrection from revolutionaries who would seem to be against them and everything they stand for. In that case, the Amazons’ strategy is to kill off competition who cannot withstand the vigor. It is war; it’s a war against every one of us. Its war against rivals in business. Its war against the governments of the world mired in chaos and stagnation. The subject of my new book, and it’s all covered in the glory of villainy, unleashed in raw form for heroics to clash with and destroy to correct malice. But before we can do anything like that, we have to identify the villains and show them justice for their actions of insurrection.
The way the big companies plan to divert their insurgents into collapsing all competition which is how Amazon is doing it, is to appease the radical political elements of our day and to play them against those opposed. They show support for liberal causes, such as the Green New Deal, which will crush smaller companies with compliance costs. In that way, Amazon protects itself from new-age competition, calls off the dogs in any legislature from forced mandates and unneeded rules, and then stuffs money in the pockets of the lackluster politicians. They need their war chests filled by donors. It’s not the nations of the world we must be concerned with; it’s the corporations that have taken those governments over. This falls right in line with the contents of my book, ironically. If you are going to reform businesses from liberal activism, we all count on expanding our economy. The same strategies would undo the corruptive influence that corporations have on our governments, and thus, all our lives.
Oh, if there is one thing I do love in the world, it’s corporations and the creations that come from wealth and influence. I have no problem with corporations and wealth creation at all; in fact, I’d like to see a lot more of it. But, and this is a big “but” I do not want them ruling our world. Free market opportunities can lead, but I’m not too fond of the board of directors at Amazon or Apple deciding how we govern our nations to protect themselves from changes to their industrious efforts. I am not anti-corporation, far from it. And I make that clear in my book as well. I want all companies and corporations to do better. But they are not allowed to rule our lives as they plan to. Ironically, many of these questions were asked and answered during the period of Westward Expansion. In the age of the gunfighters so we know what to do and how to do it. We lack the understanding to recognize the need for action, which then requires us to look at a period when we did know. Before we can fight this war, people individually need to prop themselves up with some contextual history about how one individual can have a massive impact on the world. That the collectivism that has been taught over the last 150 years has intentionally misled with aggressive ways of war to undo our Republic by many jealous factions everywhere in the world.
I’ve been thinking about this topic for years, but it was only after the election of 2020 that I contacted my publisher and told them what I wanted to do with the book. We put it on the fast track, and it will be out later this summer. So, in a lot of ways, I felt that now was the time to have this discussion, and it’s better to give people a way to solve the problem than simply saying to the world that we see the problem, but are unable to do anything about it. Solutions with identification are always good. But it’s not just me seeing that there is a need to unravel the political power that corporations now have in the world and what historical need there is to undo that power. We all have a role to play, but I think what many people do need is a map of how to do it. And that’s what the Gunfighter’s Guide is ultimately going to provide. Suppose Lean Manufacturing can help a company solve problems and get to a root cause analysis. In that case, the Gunfighter’s Guide will help people understand the psychology behind those root causes and allow for solutions at that enterprise level. All these corporations hide their malicious intent for global domination. Whether it’s a dusty street in 1870, or a modern metropolis full of blue state governors and mayors, the villains always hide just outside of town and spread their terror indirectly from the shadows. And it is there that we must root them out into the light of day to separate corporations from our government and to restore to our Republic our control over our nation. If corporations want to do business with us, they better learn that it is us they serve. Not the other way around.
Cliffhanger the Overmanwarrior
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