Forbidden Thoughts is a sci-fi collection of anti-PC stories. The book mercilessly attacks and ridicules the Left, and let's face it, the Left are self-hating and cowardly snowflakes who are long overdue for this kind of treatment. The book brings to light many of the Left's failed actions and the absolute lunacy of adhering to the current policies they have in place. It is told through the lens of what our world could be like in the near future if the Left are allowed to remain in charge and their suicidal values reach full fruition.
This is a full-bore attack on the Left and I loved every minute of it!
The second way to see this book is that it is just very good science fiction. The stories are tightly crafted with engaging and surprising plots. The first story alone ("The Razor Blade of Approval" by Ben Zwycky) is one of the finest science fiction stories I have ever read and itself is well worth the cost of admission.
From the introduction:
SJWs (Social Justice Warriors) blend together the worst aspects of feminism, slacktivism, manufactured outrage, Marxism, and top it off with a generous helping of virtue signalling.
Virtue signalling can best be explained as the devotion of a person’s entire existence to explaining how wonderful they (and their friends) are, and how terribly wrong everyone else is. The point of virtue signalling is to demonstrate superiority, for the purpose of consolidating power, prestige and financial reward. The culture of social justice is set up to reward the loudest and best complainers and to punish anyone that stands against them.
The final important thing to know about SJWs is they are incapable of telling the truth. They often have dark reasons for their mendacious nature - there have been a continuous stream of cases where SJWs, held up as paragons of virtue defending women, minorities and LGBT people from the disgusting bigotry of regular fans, are actually proven to be abusers, rapists and pedophiles.
If [SJWs] have read 1984 they consider the society of Oceania perfect, except that Big Sister should be in charge instead of Big Brother.
The authors who have contributed to Forbidden Thoughts are putting themselves on the SJW shit list, which is as legendary as Jabba the Hut’s. Considering the physical similarity of many SJWs to Jabba, this makes sense. As readers, we cannot leave them hanging. Help ensure Forbidden Thoughts is a success and becomes a running series by spreading the word far and wide. Trust me, SJWs will work hard to keep this book quiet!
Forbidden Thoughts by Milo Yiannopoulos, A.M. Freeman, Nick Cole, Larry Correia, Brad R. Torgersen, John C. Wright, Vox Day, L. Jagi Lamplighter, Sarah A. Hoyt, Brian Niemeier, Tom Kratman, Chrome Oxide, E.J. Shumak, Ray Blank, Matthew Ward, Joshua M. Young, David Hallquist, Pierce Oka, Jane Lebak, Ben Zwycky, 2016, Superversive Press.