Posted on 29 September 2016.
After Rfreed’s ‘9/12/01,’ a whole new novel serial is starting on Neocon Surveillance!
‘Honest Adolph’ will appeal to liberty lovers of the left and of the right. And it may be of particular interest either to those who are concerned by the recent foreign policy consensus among the USA and its allies, or to those who are appalled by the recent Donhilly Trumpary fun & games.
The novel is set in the near future, leading up to a new Presidential election.
The warmongering Republican and Democratic establishment are expecting to sweep the board, and fortify the current neoconservative/liberal interventionist consensus.
Dissident Republican Senator Saul Friedman is one of the very last of a dying breed of libertarian Republicans.
Expelled from the party, Friedman implores his old friend Adolph Adams to run for the presidency. The plainspeaking and sober Adams is deemed a pitiful joke by the establishment, but he does have some success in garnering votes. However, it is simply impermissible that a non-interventionist could ever gain the Democratic ticket. Adams is no more welcome in the Democrats than Friedman was in the Republican Party.
Is there any hope at all that Adams can roll back the tide of interventionist barbarism?
Either way, he faces some truly formidable and cunning foes, who will not relinquish their privilege lightly. Caught between a rabble-rousing firebreather Republican Frontrunner, a hideously callous Democratic leader and various cynical, unprincipled, talented mediocrities, it is not only the career of Adolph Adams that is in peril.
If his enemies can only but once have their way, Adolph’s defiance of the status quo will eventually cost him his life.
Can this sober and levelheaded man of principle manage to evade the devious plots and schemes of ‘the great and the good?’
The only way to find out is to follow this serial, here:
NOTE: Despite the mildly confusing photo accompanying this article, the novel is actually set in the near future, and no Richard Nixons were butthurt in the making of this article and this novel.