For my friends at FD thought some of you might be interested, I may meet with Ezra today, so I will pass on the good will of the group.
I want you to be one of the first to know about my forthcoming book,
Fight Kyoto. For an advance preview, just click on to this link:
I'm actually writing the very last chapter this week because I want the
book to be as current as possible. So if you have any advice for me
about the content of Fight Kyoto, please send it in now. I'm in Calgary
today, and if you want to connect by e-mail, please just drop me a line
One other thing. Our first print-run is only 3,000 copies -- and we've
already sold a thousand through word-of-mouth. At this rate, our entire
first edition could be sold out by mid-November.
To reserve your book, I encourage you to order an advance copy of Fight
Kyoto today. Just click on www.fightkyoto.com/orders
. I'll even
autograph your copy as it comes off the presses -- or on-site at one of
our many venues when our speaking tour passes through town.
The print presses are on standby and we can ship copies of Fight Kyoto
to arrive well in time for Christmas and Hanukkah.
In advance, thanks very much for your support. Now let's go fight Kyoto
About Fight Kyoto
>>From the Alberta tar sands to Ontario's auto industry to Atlantic
Canada's gleaming new offshore oil rigs, Canadians are asking the same
question: Will the Kyoto Protocol destroy my job?
For 400,000 Canadians, the shocking answer is "yes".
Ezra Levant's riveting book, Fight Kyoto, describes how this dangerous
treaty was concocted by unaccountable foreign diplomats. A meticulous
researcher, Levant shows how implementing Kyoto will devastate Canada's
economy. And he makes a compelling case that, despite Kyoto's
nation-breaking costs, the treaty will actually make the world's
But Fight Kyoto is much more than just a fact-packed warning. In the
final, riveting chapter, Levant - a constitutional lawyer by training -
unveils what could be Canada's last, best hope to stop Kyoto's
devastation: a dramatic fight-back plan to stop Kyoto dead in its
Fight Kyoto is a must-read for any Canadian who wants to know more about
the most dangerous foreign treaty ever signed by a Canadian government.
And his unique action plan should be mandatory reading for any
politician who knows that it's time to... FIGHT KYOTO.
About the author
Ezra Levant is a constitutional lawyer who lives and works amongst the
office towers of Calgary's oil patch - the centre of the Kyoto
bull's-eye. He is a nationally-published newspaper columnist and TV
commentator and served as a senior advisor to the Leader of the
Opposition during Parliament's Kyoto debates.
Praise for Ezra Levant's ground-breaking first book, Youthquake.
"A bugle call for a generation" -- David Frum, National Post columnist
and former speechwriter for U.S. President George W. Bush
"One of the brightest and most articulate people of his generation...but
will Canadians listen?" -- Mike Duffy, CTV News