Tuesday, May 24, 2011


Setting goals in life are important. Constantly striving and aspiring for something currently beyond your grasp and working diligently to attain that which is desired is one of the most rewarding functions of living.

The Next Man in Hell debuts
We wrote that we have goals to get out two books before the end of year. In early to mid-August, The Opiate of America will be coming out. This will be SBPDL's take on collegiate and professional sports. In mid-October, SBPDL Year Two will be released.

SBPDL.com changed considerably in our second year and we believe that it was for the better and that few Web sites brought as much hard-hitting reporting, original commentary, and insights as we did from May 2010 - May 2011.

But the book we announce today has been on our mind for ten years. Reading that the Supreme Court of the United States has ruled - in a 5-4 decision - that California must release 30,000 prisoners has triggered a commitment to finally finishing this story.

That the rights of prisoners - as The New York Times makes clear in this article - are all Disingenuous White Liberals (DWLs) care about has us in an unpleasant mood. How many other states in the union have overcrowded prisons, thanks to a group of people that commits crime at a disproportionate rate than others? Illinois is one. We'd wager Texas, Ohio, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Nevada, New York, Pennsylvania and many others are in the same boat and will probably consider a similar scenario, releasing criminals due to austerity measures.

Evil - regardless of color - must be confronted. That our society tolerates evil, seemingly cultivating its proliferation leaves us perplexed and demoralized. Reading in The New York Times that white people now see anti-white bias as a greater threat than anti-Black bias (just spend ten minutes on Diversityinc.com) cheered us up.

So on November 11, 2011, a novel a decade in the making will be released. It's a story that must be told. As an undergraduate in 2004, I read that Peter Brimelow wanted to have a fictional last chapter to his non-fiction tome Alien Nation. His publisher ruled against it.

I've made a lot of mistakes in my life. The worst was letting someone very special to me get away. Perhaps "push away" is a more apt statement.

 But it's with a smile on my face that I remember one of our first dates and the final line from a seemingly forgettable movie that rarely leaves my mind:
"Do not fear death. But rather the unlived life. You don't have to live forever. You just have to live."
Brimelow has yet to write that fictional chapter. Because a promise to someone very special to me now was made, it's time to finally finish a project more than a decade in the making. There's a lot I want to accomplish in life, but it's this story that is a goal of mine to get out.

That quote from above fuels my desire to finish this story and on November 11, 2011, The Next Man in Hell will be released. It's not too early to start promotional material -- those on the so-called "right" aren't very good at this -- so below is a viral video I created.

Create your own video slideshow at animoto.com.


Dissident said...

The release of all those prisoners doesn't portend well for this country, at all. I hope the first place they start their murderous sprees are the gated communities where these DWL's live!

I can't wait for your new book to come out SBPDL, it sounds like an interesting title.

I'd recommend another book called TEOTWAKI (The End Of the World as We Know It) by James Wesley Rawles, I think this book may have been retitled 'Patriots Surviving the Coming Collapse'. Not only is it great fiction, but it's chock full of useful information written by a former Army Ranger.

Stephen said...

I'm intrigued! Still, I'd like to see that "Human Shield" concept put into a book.

Anonymous said...

looking forward to the release in Nov.

i've been quite impressed with the cogent writing style on this blog and since discoverign it have returned again and again... i'm amazed to discover how young you are (your reference to being an undergrad in 2004!) a bright future awaits... assuming we can throw off the albatross of BRA

Anonymous said...

If we changed our antiquated and stale drug policy there would be no need to release prisoners from jail because they wouldn't be so overcrowded to begin with.

Discard said...

Anon at 245PM: There is a good co-relation between the use of certain drugs and a generally low level of humanity. Crack use, for example, is a pretty good indicator of deficient character. You don't want these soon-to-be-freed fellows living on your block. A victimless usually means that some innocent person was spared. Better for the rest of us if these fellows are imprisoned for dope than for rape or robbery.

Anonymous said...

Drug laws don't cause crime, degenerates who do drugs cause crime. Even if drugs were free, degenerates would steal or kill to get all the other things they couldn't afford because they were too busy doing drugs to work for a living. Just look at your druggie friends and relatives who steal from you. Or maybe it's you who steal from your clean friends and relatives.

Anonymous said...

Stupid, Liberal, Anti-White Bigots.


There are only two types of SLAWB: hopelessly stupid and hopelessly biased. You have to be one or both to believe the things SLAWBs believe:

diversity is a strength
every culture is equally good
race does not exist
the Western world need more immigrants
white racial identity is racist
non-white racial identity is wonderful
mentioning or alluding to minorities in an unflattering way is racist
refusal to feel guilty for being white is racist
refusal to hate all white people is racist
openly calling for the extermination of all white people is not racist
any white person accused of racism by anyone is a racist
anyone accusing a minority of racism is a racist — unless the accuser is a less racist minority (blacks < Muslims < Hispanics < American Indians << Asians << Jews), in which case the accused is the racist; or both are the same race (e.g. black vs. "Uncle Tom"), in which case whomever is least anti-white is the racist
science, statistics, and common sense are racist if they do not support any of the aforementioned beliefs
freedom of speech does not extend to questioning any of these beliefs (including this one), which is racist
a racist (by any of the above criteria) is the worst thing you can possibly be, and the use of violence to suppress his or her “hate thoughts” — and I do mean thoughts, not just speech — is a legitimate political strategy to be encouraged, if not mandated by law
Neither type of SLAWB can be reasoned with. The hopelessly stupid SLAWB cannot understand, and the hopelessly biased SLAWB will not understand, or he will understand but pretend he does not understand because it profits him (e.g., Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Jesse Jackson’s crazy son…).

Since they cannot be reasoned with, it is about time I stopped trying.

I have stopped trying
I mean it. I am done arguing with these morons and charlatans.

So now that I have stopped trying, what am I going to do with all my free time?

Greying Wanderer said...

"So on November 11, 2011, a novel a decade in the making will be released."

Good stuff.

Anonymous said...

To Anon at 10:21...

I wouldn't expect a slackjawed, inbred faggot like you to understand the complexities of the drug issue and criminality.

-Ulick Varange

Anonymous said...

To Ulick Varange from Anon 10:21
If you support drug use, then YOU are the slackjawed, inbred faggot. So just chill out, to your drug or drugs of choice, then go out and steal from anyone clean, that you can find. Asswipe.