Dystopia Rising – Day 43 – Looters

Daily blog: It’s February 18th, 2021, and our elected officials—wait, scratch that—our bought and paid for representatives who gave themselves a $45,000 raise in the last stimulus bill are at it again with a long list of things they want before they even consider throwing bread crumbs your way.

These people are no better than the ones who loot after a natural disaster.

“The bedrock of corruption is the attitude of selfishness. Nations are ruined when politicians think for themselves first before thinking about anyone else!” ― Israelmore Ayivor.

Day Zero is a daily blog of life between November 7, 2020 and January 6th, 2021.
Dystopia Rising is a a daily blog of life after January 6th, 2021.

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Washington D.C. – Jan 6 Video

Wow! What a day, I was unable to upload videos due to congestion. But I will get them up as soon as possible. I just got back to the campground.

The Rally went well for most of the day but soon took a turn when protesters marched to the Capital. Most people have left, leaving the ones you see on the news tonight.

Update: 1/7/21 – This video documents the January 6th, 2021 March on Washington from the Lincoln Memorial to the Capitol Building. The event was full of peaceful protestors, but the news only focused on the rioters. Rioters and looters have been silencing the voice of peaceful protestors all year long. And the media needs to separate the two in their reporting. If not, rioters will show up at every protest from now on as a tool to silence any opposition.

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Day Zero – Jan 6

Daily blog: It’s January 6th. Today Congress will meet, and all eyes will be on Pence. Will he confirm my suspicions and give the Dems a fraudulent win, proving the two parties are one?

The Dempubs (Democrats and Republicans) have been working to undermine the people for years, in my opinion. And the 2020 election fraud could not have been pulled off without their help.

Maybe I’m wrong—I hope so.

I will post my first Washington D.C. Rally video upon my arrival this morning.

Stay tuned.

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Every Yard Is A Grave

My post-apocalyptic novella “Every Yard Is A Grave,” has been released for sale for on Amazon as a Paperback and Kindle ebook. It is also available on iBook and other formats as well.

If you decide to read “Every Yard Is A Grave,” I would appreciate a review on Amazon. Your review will help the book’s ranking in the Amazon search results.

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The coronavirus balancing act

Do you go to work and risk getting sick, or do you stay home and risk losing your house because you can’t pay the bills?

This is the balancing act that every person will face if Covid-19 continues to spread.

I think people will choose to go to work. So how do we eliminate the threat without throwing the baby out with the bathwater?

Now, for those that may not know, “Don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater” is an idiomatic expression for an avoidable error in which something good is eliminated when trying to get rid of something bad. And how we keep from doing this is unknown right now. But we need to figure it out because a mask is not going to save you. If it can stick to a mask, it can stick to your clothing and your car, and so on.

Beta reader for post-apocalyptic novella

I have finished the second draft of a post-apocalyptic novella, and I am looking for volunteer Beta readers who would like to read the manuscript before I send it in for a final edit.

For those that do not know, beta readers are anyone who likes to read; in this case, apocalyptic fiction.

Betas review finished manuscripts before they’re published, providing the author with feedback from the reader’s point of view.

If you would like to be one of my beta readers, email me at – timothyfrench15@yahoo.com

I have provided a synopsis of the book below.


One by one, America’s great cities are falling due to a years-long volcanic winter, and the tourist town of Beech Mountain, NC, is no different. Its citizens, now desperate and fearful, are divided. Gone are the days when you could walk into a grocery store to buy what you need; money is useless. Food is the only thing of value, and it’s not for sale; people who have it intend to keep it, and those that don’t intend to take it away. It’s the only thing people think about anymore. To not have it is to die.