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Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Addendum to: In Response to Calls for an Encore

Just over a year ago, I mused just how much things had changed since my "Open Letter to Rush [Limbaugh]" I concluded, quite significantly. Thus, my "In Response to Calls for an Encore." Well, another year hence, and things have changed once again quite significantly. In this case, a bit drastic in relation to "Encore," that I must refine and give some explanation. The first one alteration that one notices is that link to "Rulers of Evil," is dead...

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This is a bit disconcerting at first, but I had (and others) to predict that this was inevitable. First off, some clarifications and updates. The author F. Tupper Saussy passed on to his Lord and Savior this past March in the 70th year of his birth. This will be a significant loss to the literary and fine arts community as this man was most unique, and no man like him may rise again for some time. A true "Renaissance Man." And, a very talented child of God.

The link to "Rulers of Evil," was significant in that it allowed a prospective reader to read the first eight chapters online before deciding to purchase the hardcover and continue through the entire 25 chapters, the two forwards, the author's introduction, notes, glossary, illustrations, appendices, index, and extensive bibliography. To explain what happened here is probably best done by the author himself as he exposites in his own blog about the inevitability of his work's suppression and demise...
"I shouldn't have to hawk my own book. That responsibility once belonged to HarperCollins, who dropped it not long after 9/11. Why? My literary agent believes Rulers of Evil contained information Rupert Murdoch wished to suppress because of his many vital associations with the Vatican. That makes sense to me, and I can't blame Mr. Murdoch for wanting to distance himself from my book. Actually, I was careful not to attack the Church of Rome; I simply presented numerous evidences of its rulership of global political systems, including that of the United States of America."
-- from Intellectual genocide
So at present, the HarperCollins edition is now officially "out of print." No copies can be obtained from the author's site store for $19.95. For those inclined, the Ospray Bookmakers, 1999 Hardcover "Collector's Edition" is still available for $50.00 at the Museum bookstore. These will be soon bought up by rare book sellers and will go for probably three times it's price. At Amazon.com, used copies go for more than twice the original HarperCollins publishing price to over three times as much ($45.00 - $75.00+) At ebay, probably even more. There are possibly some copies at public and university libraries, but I have a feeling they will be suppressed eventually as well. I bought a case (20 books) of the HarperCollins hardback just before Christmas of 2005. That was $5.00 per book to me. Most of them since that time have been distributed to hopefully receptive eyes and ears.

still developing...

2 Comments:

  • At 8:37 PM, June 14, 2007, Blogger David Beck said…

    Had a thought. The increase in price-- could some see it now as having the value it indeed should have? And therefore worth reading? Hmm... The ways of the Lord...

     
  • At 4:17 PM, June 17, 2007, Blogger Galt-In-Da-Box said…

    If you have ANY copies left, please contact me at the email address I gave you with mailing address, so I can send you the HC price plus shipping for it.
    "Any book worth banning
    IS WORTH READING."

     

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