A-list filmmaker Richard Arsenault (American Idol, Ellen) and his wife Eva endure being plunged into homelessness in the swamps and under drawbridges of the subtropical Florida Keys for six weeks after whistle blowing at a major Atlanta Studio. A biting autobiographical testament to America’s crashing culture and emerging caste society.
Fired for whistle blowing after reporting labor violations during President Obama’s fundraiser in 2012 at a major Atlanta Studio, the authors fled south to Florida to search for work and warm weather on Halloween before all hell broke loose.
The major television network, NASA and educational film makers observed the crumbling absurd affairs of America’s hypocritical stance towards short and long-term homelessness – where chickens literally have more rights than man and sleeping is a crime.
Traveling from the Southernmost point in the US to sleeping under drawbridges and hunted by crack heads and crocodiles, the authors share real transcripts of biting humor, autobiographical insights, and refreshing awareness of how to survive in a human jungle where Homo sapiens are the greatest danger.
A book of inspired faith and miracles, H.I.M is a survival journey everyone should witness. The lessons of practical solutions extend to everyday life and return the value of life to living, not accumulating false wealth and pseudo-security.
Bringing insight from his celebrity Hollywood experiences, Richard presents inside facts and exciting behind-the-scenes perspectives, blending his top-rated experience and scientific and sociological film making perspective to one of the most misunderstood and hated subjects in America – homelessness.
In these war-drumming times, he also shares frightening realities of Russian and clandestine presence in the US that should make every citizen and government agency alarmed.
The world really did end in 2012 on many levels. But life is about to start when tomorrow comes if we have faith and return to goodness towards our fellow man.
It is a must-read for television historians, homeless advocates, motion picture behind-the-scenes fans, sociology students, economic observers, political science interests, and anyone who wants to survive the possible collapse of affairs in America. This is a real-life journal with far reaching implications of truth.
Quotes from H.I.M
"I think she got her pepper spray out in case he decided to be friendly. Good girl. I've seen her in action against woodland creatures and she knows to wait until they are a few feet away before pushing the button. But this chap zigzagged away into the night, I suppose looking for a place to sleep."
"I reset the destination to downtown Key West – wherever that meant, and tried not to run down any homeless people or drunk cyclists."
"Back at camp, it was rotten egg fiesta and a mosquito mob. The young people camping next to us appeared to be on the verge of puking from the stink and didn't seem to be having much fun."
"Anyone who relies on your credit score is evil. By evil, I mean, in league with Satan the destroyer."
"We had our gas from the 'pig girl', and our fire, water, and dead animal, and mosquito repellant so we returned across the bridge to the death camp."
"Americans are obsessed with: fear, money, and nationalism."