Vote and pray for President Donald J. Trump.
And homeschool when you can.
Crucible tells the TRUE STORY of one schoolboy’s struggle and victory over the abuses of a society obsessed with an un-American ideology. His 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 an internal struggle to either join the herd or object and suffer the consequences, this young-man boldly refused to compromise his moral values, fighting with his words and occasionally forced to defend
himself with his fists.
His approach and victory are repeatable.
Our victory is achievable.
We can find our way out of the darkening wilderness of corruption, dispossession, and immorality. We can save America!
A few of the many reviews from Amazon:
MAGA 20205.0 out of 5 stars Exposes the anti-American rhetoric plaguing our schools Reviewed in the United States on September 24, 2020 The more I read, the more aware I become of what happened to me. The anti-American rhetoric that is being pushed on kids today was always there, albeit more subtle. I listened to every word of it growing up and never questioned it. I hated my country, my religion, my family, my gender/sex, my race. This led to me making many terrible mistakes that ruined my life. Sound familiar? It explains a lot of what’s going on today, doesn’t it?
Crucible is the morale boost every red-blooded American patriot needs during these trying times. WE WILL SAVE AMERICA!
john5.0 out of 5 stars Hollywood will want this book banned !Reviewed in the United States on September 28, 2020 Verified Purchase Finally people are beginning to wake up from the hypnotic trance of propaganda that has gripped us for decades . This is THE essential book for our time . Not Mark Twain , but a modern day Tom Sawyer , more relevant today than Life on the Mississippi , written for all ages .
renunciate5.0 out of 5 stars Hard to put it down. Reviewed in the United States on September 28, 2020 Verified Purchase I got this book today and I can’t put it down. It’s a great read! This would be a very good book for any young white man, or teen, struggling to find and establish their identity in a world that makes no sense. I highly recommend it.
N8ERRIFIC5.0 out of 5 stars Genuine, moving, and encouraging. Reviewed in the United States on October 1, 2020 Verified Purchase Great book for all ages. Easy read for adults and great counter to the anti-white narrative for young people. Very genuine, moving, and encouraging. Not at all hatful or supremacist. We can be better, we can be a people again. No White Guilt, Go Free.
Rich5.0 out of 5 stars Everyone Should Read This Reviewed in the United States on September 23, 2020 Crucible has much in common with the classic work “The Crucible” by Arthur Miller. Both are true stories — one from the 1690s, the other from the 1990s. Both depict the purge of heretics by fanatical societies. Both societies are near-crazed with self-righteous contempt for dissenters, real or imagined. But in the modern-day Crucible, it’s not witches that are being rooted out. Instead the target is a new kind of apostate — but just as artificial and manufactured as the fictitious witches of ages ago. And the new “crimes” are just as unforgivable.
Who is the transgressor in present-day America? What is he guilty of? This is the story of an adolescent boy who doesn’t toe the party line. He faces almost unbearable ostracism, physical violence, and psychological warfare. The pressure is enforced by children and adults alike. The new religion takes no prisoners. The boy wrestles with fear and self-doubt as he battles with — and for — his body and soul.
I thankfully didn’t face this kind of hostility in my childhood. But I will always wonder how I would have responded.
Mr. G5.0 out of 5 stars Crucially Important While Being an Enjoyable Read Reviewed in the United States on September 28, 2020 Crucible is vivid, engaging, important, and due to its pacing and the author’s judicious use of language, an easy read, despite the heavy subject matter.
The young adult reader, who would be close in age to the author’s at the time of this biographical narrative, will certainly be able to enjoy the story and glean its timely lessons.
The adult reader will likewise appreciate a coming of age story and may well recognize the detailed portrayal of a suburban America middle school—the questions, the manner of speech, the dynamics with friends and teachers, the teetering between innocence and those first steps of growing up.
You’ll find startling and sobering revelations of how many children of European descent are utterly failed by a school system whose administrators themselves had been subject to subtle and pervasive antiwhite indoctrination over the past several decades.
This work will bring serious questions and reconsiderations into the contemporary discourse.
The present narrative in mainstream media and education insists, Emperors-new-clothes style, that white children—and indeed adults—have a magical “something” that makes them immune to harm and yet are simultaneously muzzled when they say or do anything to protect themselves, protest against ways they are victimized, or indeed even recognize themselves as a “people” or “community” in any manner whatsoever.
This book is a loud alarm ringing a wakeup call not only to white people, but indeed anyone who cares about public health, proper treatment of children, justice, and decency in general.
In the end it is a triumphant call to standing by principles with courage and conviction, as the author’s show of high character, even as an adolescent boy in the story, will give many contemporary adults a lot to ponder and will frankly put many to shame.
Read this and tell everyone you know about it.
Jessica5.0 out of 5 stars Powerful Reviewed in the United States on September 30, 2020 I felt I was reliving parts of my own childhood school interactions. The struggle against systemic anti-white indoctrinations is real. The most innocent and vulnerable of us, our children, have been impacted for decades . This is psychological warfare. However there is hope! I encourage all Westernkind, to read this book. I highly recommend this and it’s complement, Go Free! It’s time for You to recapture your destiny!
41BMC5.0 out of 5 stars An Incredible Story of the Bravery and Determination of a Young Westman. Reviewed in the United States on September 23, 2020 Jason Kohne tells the story of his days of growing up in the state of Virginia while attending a mostly White but extremely antiwhite Junior High School. From the school administrators and teachers to the white and Non-White students attending the school, antiwhitism is the sickness infecting the school, which mirrors our society at large. Instead of taking the easy road and going along with antiwhite harassment and browbeating to be popular, Mr. Kohne instead stands his ground and defends his people. This is the story of a child hero who could not be stopped by the antiwhite villains and also of someone who to this day fights tirelessly for our people. Promethean Hails!!
Edie5.0 out of 5 stars A True Story of Triumph Reviewed in the United States on September 24, 2020 This coming of age story about one boy’s struggle and triumph in the face of adversity could not be more timely. As you go through the author’s experiences you realize this isn’t just his story, it’s all of ours. Reflecting on his childhood and adolescence helped shed light and make sense of my own.
Realizing the truth about the ideology seeking to destroy all of western civilization is only the beginning. We have to break out of the narrative and Go Free!
William5.0 out of 5 stars A child’s heroic struggle for freedom against the oppressive antiwhite regime. Reviewed in the United States on September 24, 2020 In a world dominated by antiwhite ideology, saying “no white guilt” is a heroic act.
As a child, Jason Köhne endured the most pernicious form of child abuse, the same that we have all suffered as children. He was told that he was from an evil race, the white race, and needed to feel guilt and atone for crimes which he did not commit. This psychological torture persisted day after day, week after week, poisoning his mind, body, and spirit, eating up his insides and eroding away his joy and innocence, until one day Jason could no longer tolerate the torment inflicted on him by his antiwhite teachers. He decided to oppose antiwhiteism in his school. He did, and won.
You can do the same. You can protect white children from the worst child abuse in history. Within this book, you will find the inspiration, courage, and righteous indignation which will, if acted on, make you into a glorious champion for white wellbeing. We can all be heroes if we just say, “no white guilt”.
Alforno5.0 out of 5 stars A wonderful and positive story Reviewed in the United States on October 2, 2020 Many of us grew up around those who would attack us for our immutable characteristics. For some reason there seems to be a block in people’s brains that keeps them from recognizing that this happens to White people far more often than is accepted. There are so many sick people that think this is a good thing. Imagine the mentality required to justify the victimization of an entire race. These sickos want our children harmed and brainwashed to hate themselves. If you are like me, you will love this book, because it leads to a wonderful conclusion for Westernkind. The future is ours!
Promethean Epoch5.0 out of 5 stars The Most Important Story For The 21st Century Reviewed in the United States on September 27, 2020 Crucible is a non fiction tale about a young man standing up against a system that was out to crush him. You will all see yourselves in this story because it is relevant to what has been happening to this great country for over 60 years now. This book is a message that will allow you to step outside of the antiwhite narrative and into the story where YOU are the hero, and YOU have the moral high ground.
Nothing else is more relevant to the current situation in the west than this book.
Edgar Allan5.0 out of 5 stars My God is it like reading a story of my life Reviewed in the United States on September 27, 2020 I can’t attest to the same heroism or bravery in my childhood, although I have learned a good deal from Jason in this regard, but I can still relate so much to this story. The inquisition of peers and teachers. The choice of principle or friends. It was the same in his day as it was in my day as it will be in my children’s day, with the only exception that it keeps getting worse.
Best wishes to you and let’s make it better for our children.
J.L.5.0 out of 5 stars Everyone Should Read This Book Reviewed in the United States on September 27, 2020 What Jason went through as a kid in public school was child abuse. It is even worse for public school kids now. Plans for school kids in the future are even more evil. Share this book with anyone with kids or cares about kids. Parents need to monitor closely what their kids are told in the public school and college education systems.
Nathaniel Nelson5.0 out of 5 stars A Scathing Indictment Reviewed in the United States on September 24, 2020 Crucible is a story that too many Westmen are familiar with – the consistent and inevitable browbeating and coercion that is ever present in our society, muzzling dissent and silencing voices that, now more than ever, should be raised for all to hear. A pervasive Antiwhite sentiment has infected society, and Crucible stands in stark contrast to those sentiments as a veritable beacon guiding the lost and misled back towards their destinies. Go pick up a copy. You won’t be disappointed.
Amazon Customer5.0 out of 5 stars Inspiring Reviewed in the United States on September 30, 2020 If a child can stand up to the system and face all the injustice, abuse and unfairness then you at the very least can take the time to read this book and understand the real world, that is around you.
Mike G5.0 out of 5 stars A must read for all of Westernkind. Reviewed in the United States on September 25, 2020 An accurate account of a young man who noticed and fought against the anti-White indoctrination. It took me back to my school days, I felt as if I was there with Jason. Keep up the great work Mr. Kohne.
Finalblossom5.0 out of 5 stars A True Account of the Antiwhite Indoctrination of Children Reviewed in the United States on September 23, 2020In Crucible, you’ll see the world through the author’s eyes as he struggled against the antiwhite society surrounding him as a child. This indoctrination has been happening in the Western world for decades.
For a guide on overcoming this indoctrination, I recommend another book from the author, Go Free.
Dusk5.0 out of 5 stars Finally, someone speaks up… Reviewed in the United States on September 24, 2020 If you want to understand why the current state of the world is the way it is, you’ll need to take a trip to the past. This book is exactly that. Read it, and you might be taken back to your own childhood. The author helps you understand your own experiences. You are not alone.
Jay Emm Gee5.0 out of 5 stars Contagious Courage for All-American Boys Reviewed in the United States on October 5, 2020 Matthew, William, Ethan, Aiden, James, Andrew, Ryan, Nathan!
Come read this book, “CRUCIBLE.” Your middle school / junior high years can be daunting & frustrating. Your teachers make anti-American remarks. Your social studies textbooks make our ancestors appear demonic. The girls at school are brainwashed into only liking “pretty boys” of no morality or “POCs” who play street basketball. Your peers are portrayed in advertisements as handicapped or unattractive. Yet the “urban youths” are smiling, happy & cool looking. Your high school friends & siblings achieved all the scholarship requirements only to have their well-earned rewards stolen from them bc the school needed to fulfill a “diversity” slot. You wonder if you should even bother trying to reach your goals. What if the school intentionally overlooks you in favor of tossing a freebie award to the new “migrant” student. You are not crazy. You are not seeing things. The Anti-American regime has intentionally inflicted psychological harm on our youth, especially our boys. With the inspiration of Jason’s story in CRUCIBLE you will harness the tools necessary to decide your own destiny & live your dreams. I believe in you!