|How dare you enact rules to the comment section!|
All because of a simple request to clean up the language in the comments and refrain from using racial epithets or using pejoratives?
Come on now.
You'd be hard pressed to find a more authentic, original, and radical voice on the entire Internet than SBPDL.
Reactionary? Sometimes, but when you are trying to convince people that in 2014 America, white people have rights (and interests) worth defending, you'll have to be reactionary occasionally.
No, no government entity "got to me."
All that happened was a simple source of revenue, ad revenue, was disbanded from the site due to the use of racial epithets in the comment section. Roughly, it's a loss of $3/k a year, which was used to forecast payments for the design of the covers to future books.
I'm quite proud of SBPDL and the site/brand that's been created here in the span of nearly five years. The site has constantly evolved and grown to be a destination point for many readers and routinely rivals some top "conservative" sites in terms of traffic and (shockingly) influence in how other sites address taboo topics.
So, unless a reader wants to make a $3,000 donation via PayPal, I'll play by the rules established and request comments restrain from using offensive language; that shouldn't be difficult.
This will be an exciting week at SBPDL with some powerful posts and - as you've come to expect - the type of articles/columns you won't find anywhere else.
This isn't a coalition. It's the brainchild of one person who is neither a liberal nor a conservative; just a guy watching daring to notice and comment on topics we're taught to pretend don't exist.
Judging by the traffic to SBPDL and loyal readership, I'm not the only person wanting to start an actual conversation on issues endangering a future to not only the United States of America, but those of European-ancestry.
Within the next few months, a sequel to Escape from Detroit will be published; the book on Philadelphia will be released; and The City that Bleeds (a look at Baltimore) will also come out, a book that will once and for all end the hero worship of the black community in Baltimore started by David Simon and his fatuous HBO program The Wire.
With that said - and with the loss of operating revenue previously mentioned - if you'd like to sponsor the Baltimore project, make a donation to SBPDL. For those who make a donation in the $250 range, you'll 10 signed copies of the book; or, if you'd like to sponsor the Detroit sequel, make a donation as well (the PayPal button is in the right-hand column on the site).
Or, just a simple donation of $30 still gets you a signed copy of Guns, Blacks, and Steel.
Look, don't get discouraged; if you've read this site, you'll know there was a time when SBPDL should have ended; it didn't and instead we - well I, just felt like a pronoun should go there - have worked harder and harder to put out a product many, many people find worthwhile (and influenced far more people than you realize).
A few changes to the rules of the comments section shouldn't dampen your enthusiasm for this site nor cause you to question the dedication of "Paul Kersey."