WITH a fair degree of regularity I get asked for book publishing advice. What publishers can I recommend who’d be interested in the further thoughts and expertise of our army of talented writers? I am always stuck for a reply.
If you are a ‘name’, you might get lucky with HarperCollins or Constable, as have Douglas Murray or Andrew Doyle. But what about new writers? I have long given up on Biteback as a platform for dissent. The question is has any mainstream British publisher made it its mission to take up the modern-day dissident’s cause, as a counter to wokedom and to the official narrative? Not to my knowledge.
This is not thankfully any longer the case in the US, however. An email landed on my laptop yesterday from Children’s Health Defense – this the inspired counter-official narrative website and paper of American Lawyer, Robert Kennedy Junior – announcing its new publishing enterprise with Skyhorse Publishing.
Kennedy explains the venture in the email. He writes: ‘In the era of government-captured technocrats, Pharma-funded media and feckless herd reporting, Skyhorse embraces topics that other publishers deem too controversial.’
He reports too how, despite a virtual media blackout, readers bought more than 1,000,000 copies of The Real Anthony Fauci in which, TCW readers know, Kennedy exposes the deep corruption at the heart of National Institutes of Health’s sponsored medical science and that we reported on here and here.
Kennedy also takes the opportunity to flag his latest book, The Wuhan Cover-Up, on the true origins of the virus that caused the Covid-19 pandemic: a ‘damning collaboration among public health and intelligence officials from the US, Great Britain and China – and the world’s leading virologists, academic institutions and scientific scholars – to hide its origins and the epidemic of media and social media malpractice that sustained the deceptive propaganda putsch’.
Skyhorse’s editors he says will be careful to choose books that align with their ‘missions of medical and press freedom, civil and constitutional rights and public health’ and with titles that ‘promise to empower readers by providing crucial information that consumers will not find elsewhere’.
Those so far include the recently-released A Letter to Liberals, about the censorship of legitimate science in the age of Covid-19, and the soon-to-be-released Profiles of the Vaccine-Injured, a compilation of nine heartbreaking stories of injury in children and adults.
Kennedy lists four more:
- Underestimated: An Autism Miracle, which follows the inspirational journey of a non-speaking teen with autism who finds a life-altering method of communication which allows him to reveal his voice. His miraculous journey dispels the misconception that non-speaking individuals are ‘mentally retarded’. In reality, they can be fully capable, free-thinking, brilliant human beings.
- The War on Informed Consent, which chronicles how the Oregon Medical Board targeted the beloved paediatrician Dr Paul Thomas in revenge for publishing his objective, peer-reviewed data, revealing that unvaccinated children are healthier than vaccinated children.
- Vaccine Court 2.0, which exposes the dark, corrupt nightmare that occurs when those who are injured by vaccines attempt to seek restitution from the Vaccine Injury Compensation Programme.
- The Measles Book, which discloses 35 facts suppressed by the media and government about the measles virus and the measles vaccine that will have readers questioning whether measles truly constitutes a ‘public health emergency’ that justifies draconian mandates.
Information and communication are the building blocks of revolution, as Kennedy so rightly points out. Which is why we must never give up on it, however much it seems that the odds are stacked against us. We wish him every success with his latest morally courageous endeavour. It is all important in the fight ahead.