Rise of the Independents
by Brian R. Wright (spring 2016 release notes and review by the author)
Yup, it’s finally done and dusted, the original full-fledged release of my first novel, The Truman Prophecy—a story about fulfilling “the Prophet’s” vision of truth, justice, and liberty in our time. More specifically, the action takes place in 2014, 2015, and 2016, culminating with the celebration of Independents’ Day on what is otherwise known as Election Day 2016 (November 8). The Prophecy kicks off—in the heart and mind of one Hiram T. Chance (Chance)—as a visceral response to the legal horror and atrocity committed by unconscionably corrupt and criminal actors in the modern American illegal system against Doreen Hendrickson [for refusal to commit perjury on a tax form… ref. my The Motor City Witchcraft Trial(s) (2014)].
Chance—my literary avatar and alter ego, encouraged by the Thrive movement and the Thrive video—gathers some people together to conduct structured truth salients, called Toto projects… after the little dog in the classic morality movie, The Wizard of Oz, who pulls back the curtain on the illusion-generating Wizard. These truth salients or Totos each address a high-crime assault in the Threat Matrix—perpetrated by the globalist control Mob (the 0.001%). Threats include geoengineering-bred toxic skies, GMO foods, ‘smart’ utility meters, vast corporate-state medical crimes, the War on Drugs, false-flag acts of state terror, staged massacres, and so on. Continue reading