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The American Regime, by An Anonymous January 6th Prisoner

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After being targeted by the federal government in the wake of the events on January 6th, 2021, the author of The American Regime delves into the study of history, philosophy, and politics to answer the singular question of our time: what precisely is the nature of the evil that now openly rules over America and, through the American empire, the broader world?


The great irony of our time is that while more Americans than ever understand that they live under an oppressive regime, the number of theories about the nature of that oppression, and about who exactly it is that is oppressing us, has only multiplied. Once one steps past the simple acknowledgement that the United States is no longer the land of the free, disagreement abounds.


The author sets forth to confront the most prominent theories of political power, searching for a single, coherent understanding capable of describing the nature of the modern Leviathan. With that goal, he challenges widely-held assumptions about history, power, decline, and collapse, identifying where others have gotten it right, and filling in the gaps where they have failed to identify a necessary element. In an era of lies and tyranny, the truth will indeed set us free—but only if we can identify that what passes for truth is often little more than the blind leading the blind.


Antelope Hill Publishing is proud to present The American Regime. This fascinating analysis of power in modern America is a worthy contribution to Western political literature and is indispensable when working to understand the world we live in today.

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3 reviews for The American Regime, by An Anonymous January 6th Prisoner

  1. Anon

    Extremely eye-opening and connects a lot of dots previously unknown to me.

  2. N S

    This book explains how we have been programmed to believe certain myths; and explains how our government and society is in decline and is a tyranny. I like how it connects historical truth and spiritual truth and explain current and past events that form the American psyche. Highly recommend this book. Should be required reading in every honest education.

  3. Wayne Lusvardi

    A romantic and utopian prescription of the “American Regime” of power circa 2000-2003 expressed by a Gen-Xer who apparently has never read or considered the realism of Niccolo Machiavelli (not Leo Strauss’s hijacking and conversion into Machiavellianism). Or shall we say his descriptions of the American regime are spot on, but his prescriptions are unrealistic. The apparent author, Curtis Yarvin, wrote this book after the 2020 COVID coup. This book will have great appeal to Gen-Xers in the Knowledge Class. The most resistant class to the American Regime, however, is the Working Class, of which this book would have no appeal. Many in the Working Class articulate the same views as Yarvin but without reading him or having to intellectualize their views as he does. The author does not mention, as far as I can find, the Fascist takeover of the US by corporations and of Capital over Labor, although he cites James Burnham’s observations about the managerial class. Yarvin might try writing something like “Machiavelli for Gen-Xer’s” but it would have no appeal to him to write it and would fall on deaf ears with the Gen-X Intellectuals in the Knowledge Class. I give the book 5 stars.

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