Give a financial gift & and receive both Born Guilty and 2nd Edition Go Free, signed! In the instructions box at check out, add the name you would like Jason to use when he signs the book.
NOTE: Born Guilty used to contain a unique device. The device is no longer in the book because the device was repeatedly used as an excuse to pull the book from the shelves; however, traces of the device - in the form of the alphabet - remain on a few pages. Some scrambled text is present and used to introduce the idea that the reader - you - are falling to sleep. They are not errors.
Give a financial gift & receive both Born Guilty and Go Free!
“Prove you aren’t racist!”
What is the long-term psychological and emotional cost
of living in a system that presumes your guilt when you
are not actively proving your innocence? What is the cost
for your children?
In Born Guilty, Jason Köhne recounts his extraordinary
childhood struggle under the physical and psychological
abuse of a society obsessed with an antiwhite ideology.
From the dusky halls of his private preschool through his
public, suburban junior high school and onward, Köhne’s
rebellion exposes society’s suffocating use of guilt, intimidation,
isolation, and character assassination to break the wills of those
who dare to dissent.
Haunted by self-doubt and an internal struggle to either join the
herd or object and suffer the consequences, Köhne boldly refused
to compromise his moral values, fighting with his words and
occasionally forced to defend himself with his fists.
Ingeniously avant-garde and rapidly becoming a folk-classic,
Born Guilty seamlessly melds Köhne’s coming-of-age memoir
with a parallel saga.
As the face of oppression devours our fragmenting society,
Köhne lights the polestar over your last hope of escape.
NOTE: This book contains a unique device that requires
—at least—average intelligence to solve. The device is not
an error. Simply note the context and “follow the alphabet.”
If you are unable to meet the "challenge" like everyone else,
you should consider the adage: Better to remain silent and be
thought a fool than to speak and remove all doubt.