[off topic warning] ((You'll find that under a vow of poverty there are very many less distractions to keep your mind occupied.
Here's a different method to achieve the same result.
Invest in a decent motorcycle. (i recommend a Rebel or Eliminator, only about 2-3 thousand dollars new. )
Pack only 2 changes of clothes, a small tent, and a few hundred dollars.
(bathroom necessities are optional)
Ride. Just ride. Do not schedule anything. Get lost on purpose.
Leave all the electronics home. (mp3 player too)
This achieves the same result. By leaving everything for an undetermined time, you free up your mind to think. As you travel, your thoughts can be
unrestricted by familiarity. You have no obligation to wear a watch or timepiece, nor are you restricted by schedules.
When your mind is concluded and you understand everything that you set out to think upon, return home. But ONLY when you have understanding should you
return. )) [end off-topic]
I believe the crux of the rights issue is this, any right can and will be altered or abridged by wicked and well-meaning people alike. It is the
solemn duty of the holder of such rights to enforce those rights as much as he/she feels they are worth. If they are not enforced, they are lost.
Also, rights are a relative idea. meaning that I may believe I have more rights than you believe I do. In which case, I may decide that I still retain
those rights, whether you believe them or not. When you decide to take action against my rights, i am obligated by my conscience to enforce those
If I do not, then we can assume 1 or more of these:
* I do not believe my rights were worth the cost of keeping
* I am a shallow, lazy turd who wants what is mine but will not actually do anything for it. (these deserve what is coming IMO)
* I did not know that my rights were being taken
* I found excuses to stay busy and avoid the subject (also deserve it)
* I was too afraid of the person(s) taking my rights
* I knew the enforcer abridging my rights was only doing his job, so I was going to be nice. (also deserves it, he/she chose to ignore the evidence to
keep the job)
The simple fact is that our rights have all been abridged, and the above are the most common excuses used. Even when sufficient evidence is brought
forth, most deny and cover up their self duty to fight. This condemns their children to bear the same slavery, but they still won't shut their
excuse-makers to listen to the truth.
This makes me question whether such a suicidal group of people deserve rescue. Why should I fight for a nation such as this? Sure there are a few
innocent out there who are standing up, but the majority simply sicken me with excuses and vehement denial.
So, who will distribute the e-books without cost?
I know of this website called thepiratebay.org. Simply register and upload the e-book as a torrent. Since they are based in Sweden, copyright laws are
nothing short of hilarious to them. Basically, they are untouchable through the courts. just read the "legal threats" section.
As for author payment, you would probably need to rely upon donations. Personally, If I found the book to have been worth the read, I would donate
enough to cover a hardback edition. You will find that those who want to act by truth will be willing to pay well for relevant information, I think.
Try using tor. I believe it will minimize the tracking threat. Simply because you can click a mouse button and be logged in from any random location
in the world. I would highly advise it for any who regularly use the web in a "suspicious" manner.