ANNOUNCING VDARE.COM'S GREAT SAILERSALE!
Peter Brimelow writes:
No, we're not actually selling Steve Sailer (although we will arrange speaking engagements for him—email here). But we are slashing the prices on Steve Sailer's America's Half Blood Prince: Barack Obama's "Story of Race and Inheritance", which we originally published before Obama was elected in 2008.
Our store of in-house copies is available for $9.99 plus shipping ($2.50 for media mail or $5.90 for priority shipping)—down from $29.95. Order here, specify shipping choice.
For a tax-deductible donation of $50, Steve will personally inscribe copies! (Specify address and salutation. This will take a bit longer as Steve lives on the other side of the country from VDARE.COM Central).
When our in-house stores run out, hard copies of America's Half-Blood Prince will continue to be available through our print-on-demand service for $15.99
Let me frankly explain why we are doing this. As I wrote in April, VDARE.COM is engaged in a desperate struggle to become viable outside of Main Stream Media and Establishment funding sources. It is becoming increasingly clear that the message of patriotic immigration reform simply has too many powerful enemies to be voiced from any conventional platform.
Under these circumstances, the internet and the new information technology are a gift from God. But no-one really knows how to use them.
It was wonderful that we able to disseminate Steve's unique analysis of Obama. Without any significant help from anyone outside of VDARE.COM (boo!), we were able to achieve respectable university press sales.
But this did not do justice to the importance of Steve's message—and it did not result in a substantial new source of income for VDARE.COM.
Our advisers think the answer is to cut prices dramatically. Hence our GRAND SAILERSALE. We hope to discover a way, not merely to spread the word, but to build an institution that can spread the word. Many thanks to all of you who participated in this vital cause.
After almost two years, Steve Sailer's skepticism about Obama has been justified. (See his reflections here. His book remains the best guide to Obama's past—and to America's future.