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It’s now 2089, several decades after civil war has divided America into a blue socialist dictatorship on the coasts, and the still-free red flyover country. The woke Diversity Justice Republic, a vassal state of China, uses a social credit system that doles out preferential access to food, housing, vacations, and transportation. High-credit elites live in luxury, while low-credit types live in dormitories and scramble for crumbs. “Plores”, or Deplorables, are segregated from Crediteers and are forced to do menial work to survive. Gun ownership and Christian preaching are now capital crimes. The American culture that we have known is gone.
Malia is illegally reading the dangerous old books she safeguards from the public as a librarian. She stumbles into a relationship with David, a powerful Antifan Defense Forces commander, whose own Deplorable background distances him from the woke culture. The Antifans push Malia into the orbit of sinister bureaucrats conducting lethal experiments on low Social Crediteers under direction from Beijing, even as they try to separate her from David.
This novel comes at precisely the right moment as we figure out what 2020 means for the future. The Antifan Girlfriend shows you what will happen after the left has used the pandemic to destroy freedom: Political polarization erupts into civil war, the Green New Deal is used by elites to grab stuff for themselves, pagan Earth Mother religion replaces Judeo-Christian traditions, and the US surrenders its status as a world power.
"A chilling look into a dystopian future that seems all too plausible." (Glenn Reynolds, Instapundit)
"The Antifan Girlfriend is Ayn Rand for our politically fraught moment - but with more sex, dark humor, and no lectures. This is a gripping novel about the future we need to prevent. It should become the next major conservative classic." (Lisa Schiffren, political commentator)
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- Old woman
Scott was one of the best “ readers “.
I listened to many audiobooks. His imitation of certain “mean “characters was great .
The story :not so fetched. Scary . Timely.
But could not quite agree with the ending .
(I’m a pessimist )….
It was an entertaining“read”. Sometimes it felt almost real. That it could become real, true.
I grew up in Berlin ( next to the Soviet sector) and some of it seemed like deja vu.
To Close to Home
This book brings the differences and similarities to socialism and capitalisms to the forefront Polarizing the country. Which is happening in our society now and expands how this polarization could go oh so wrong. There was no comprise in the book. You were on one side or the other. It also showed the fallacies within a socialistic society, that all would be ok, and all would be cared for. This did not occur there was discrimination, sexism, and brutalization of the people. The very things they wanted to prevent. If you look at the events that occurred in 2020 a coup attempt by a sitting President and the riots of January 6th. Could lead the country down a dangerous path. If we do not learn to respect each other and learn to comprise this book could be the future of our country. Remember united we stand divided we fall.