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Heroic Destiny Productions
Roy C. Peterson
The main thrust of my fiction is to inspire total resistance to globalization by any means necessary. It would be wonderful if we could end world tyranny democratically, but to all appearances, it isn't going to happen without World War III.
Many will die, but it doesn't take a genius to know that for the next step after the “cashless society,” with national I.D. debit cards, followed by the proposed silicone chip body implants, there will be behavior modification modules, then finally, when they figure out how to do it, a human matrix for all people, but themselves.
Yes, human evil does exist. A globalist banker is essentially a human being with the soul of a black widow spider, and they are running things at the moment. They cannot be reasoned with, only stopped. We vastly outnumber, and will defeat them, but only with heroic action, not secretly held opinions. The only good globalist is a nonexistent globalist. Free indigenous peoples and cultures will never be safe until the globalists are just a memory.
My Libertarian Nationalist novels are free online as websites, with high quality paperback versions available at bargain prices for the furtherance of revolution. Visit your favorite online book dealer. Under books search “Roy C. Peterson” as a phrase in quotes. Please also visit a very unique website: “New World Order: Seek and Destroy” linked below. ~ RCP
In 2009, actor-writer Roy C. Peterson was selected as a judge for the Las Vegas International Film Festival. The two hundred thirty eight reviews written since that time for this volume are very compact and contain no spoilers.
"Quite interesting, certainly memorable! I applaud the motivation behind this chronicle."
~ Wilfried Braakhuis, Associate Professor of History, University of Twente, Holland
"Your approach is unconventional... Very interesting I think, as a base for a screenplay."
~ Rutger Hauer, Actor
Short novel written as the timeline of a Swedish SS officer who tries to change Nazi policy anonymously. Stresses globalist banker involvement in causing and profiting from World War II. Explores the arcane roots of Nazism. Filled with Norse Witches, secret societies, Nazi officials, Nuremberg Rallies, hip musicians, and contra orthodox historical insights.
"The story draws us into the plans of vigilante mastermind Clifton Farris as it reveals his grandiose scheme to rid the
world of evildoers, a task that the government can no longer adequately handle... a pleasure to read: the writing is extremely
intelligent, and the events are unpredictable, to say the least. Chock-full of surreal imagery, it is an oddly compelling
page-turner... It ranks with Jonathan Swift's essay 'A Modest Proposal' as a work of satire."
Epic science fiction thriller about the struggle against globalist tyranny early in the 21st Century. The world economy has collapsed. People are starving. Urban warfare is breaking out everywhere. Saving humanity from planned oblivion involves the heroic efforts of a Libertarian Nationalist writer, threading his way through strange episodes of social decay, in an ongoing race with a man whose organization has already executed over five hundred thousand people... and is only getting started.
All true stories very far from daily life. Extraordinary, often frightening phenomena observed by credible friends and associates. Ghosts, Elves, Faeries, Ogres, Trolls, Werewolves, Sasquatch, Strange Abilities, Salem Witch Trials, Reaper Close at Hand, Life and Death on Skis, Gothic Horror, Unredressed Murder, Diabolical Justice, How to Shrink Heads, Flying Saucers, Unexplained Physics. For a general audience.
“A bizarre but perversely captivating anthology of
sexual captivity, this is 'The One Thousand and One Nights' of sadomasochistic eroticism. Shocking and at times grotesque,
this is an eyebrow-raiser and a page-turner. While the subject crosses the boundaries of what may be acceptable as mass entertainment,
the writer’s voice is refreshingly literate, his themes complex and disturbing, but nonetheless universal.”
A youmg man is living with two beautiful women. The sex is very good, but they treat him quite badly otherwise. One day he finds a book of bizarre stories about sexual captivity in the Nineteenth Century. Each morning, as he reads another of the tales, the solution to his problem begins to slowly take shape.