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BlackDogSin

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Post some of your favorite books that you think people should read. Fiction or Non Fiction, who cares. I’ll start


Non Fiction recommendation: “Empires of the Sea”. It’s about the European and Muslum struggle for control of the Mediterranean. Talks about Muslim slavery of Europeans, Siege of Malta, Battle of Lepanto, etc. The siege of Malta section is honestly incredibly inspiring and interesting. One of my favorite stories from the siege is when an Italian soldier betrays his comrades to switch sides with the Turks (Something unheard of for Italians) yet within a few days he’s captured in the countryside and beaten to death by a group of Maltese Children.

Here’s a section on the siege of Rhodes from the Audiobook. All I could find on YouTube. The author even mentions how Jews in Rhodes kept betraying the Christian defenders and helping the Turks.


Fiction: “Prince of Thorns”


The main character is actually pretty based as far as I can remember so I recommend it. He’s the leader of a group of brigands who are actually depicted realistically, so they all kill and rape without really caring. Set in a post apocalyptic Fantasy Europe, where technology changed the laws of physics to create magic before the world ended. Many fantasy characters today are completely cringe or women, so it can get annoying fast when reading these retard books by these retard authors.
 
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Bon

You Say You Want a Revolution?
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We were reading The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy aloud yesterday:

Far out in the uncharted backwaters of the unfashionable end of
the western spiral arm of the Galaxy lies a small unregarded
yellow sun.

Orbiting this at a distance of roughly ninety-two million miles
is an utterly insignificant little blue green planet whose ape-
descended life forms are so amazingly primitive that they still
think digital watches are a pretty neat idea.


Still wonderful...
 

MichaelWittmann

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Here's a few I've read recently I'd recommend:



 
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BegemotCatze

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Fiction:Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov. I actually found out about it on a DS article on political prisoners. It was written in Stalin's USSR and is a story about the devil and his entourage visiting atheist Moscow and causing general havoc.
 

Einsatzgroyper

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'Which Way Western Man?" by William Gayley Simpson. This a dense 1,000 page volume of one man's lifelong search for the truth. A monumental work exposing the roots of the Jewish sickness that has overtaken the West. It's expensive, just like all the books they don't want you reading. You can buy a copy here


On Amazon its going for $120 for a used softcover and over $970 for a used hardcover. It's no light read but I believe it is amply worth your time and money.

'The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind', by Gustave Le Bon. Helpful in understanding the Hive Mind that surrounds you.


'Amusing Ourselves to Death', by Neil Postman. A very thought provoking book on the effect Television has on the human mind. This was written around 1985, so it pre-dates video games, but some of what Postman had to say can surely be extended to other forms of electronic media, to include movies and videos. This is one of the few (if not only) attempts I have ever seen to evaluate the impact this kind of media has on our psyches, assumptions, and mental clarity. It's not just some thundering 'No Fun Allowed!' screed, but a genuine attempt to evaluate what the media we swim in are doing to us.


'Darkness At Noon', by Arthur Koestler. Koestler joined the German Communists as a young man but resigned in 1938. He published this novel, his total renunciation of the Commie Scourge, in 1940.


And speaking of Koestler, he also wrote 'The Thirteenth Tribe'. I own this book but haven't read it yet; if anyone is interested in reading it too it would be interesting to compare notes as we go along. Here is the description from Amazon:

Koestler advances the thesis that Ashkenazi Jews are not descended from the historical Israelites of antiquity, but from Khazars, a Turkic people originating in and populating an empire north of and between the Black Sea and Caspian Sea. Koestler's hypothesis is that the Khazars - who converted to Judaism in the 8th century - migrated westwards into current Eastern Europe (primarily Ukraine, Poland, Belarus, Lithuania, Hungary and Germany) in the 12th and 13th centuries when the Khazar Empire was collapsing.

 

Pandadude12345

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Post some of your favorite books that you think people should read. Fiction or Non Fiction, who cares. I’ll start


Non Fiction recommendation: “Empires of the Sea”. It’s about the European and Muslum struggle for control of the Mediterranean. Talks about Muslim slavery of Europeans, Siege of Malta, Battle of Lepanto, etc. The siege of Malta section is honestly incredibly inspiring and interesting. One of my favorite stories from the siege is when an Italian soldier betrays his comrades to switch sides with the Turks (Something unheard of for Italians) yet within a few days he’s captured in the countryside and beaten to death by a group of Maltese Children.

Here’s a section on the siege of Rhodes from the Audiobook. All I could find on YouTube. The author even mentions how Jews in Rhodes kept betraying the Christian defenders and helping the Turks.


Fiction: “Prince of Thorns”


The main character is actually pretty based as far as I can remember so I recommend it. He’s the leader of a group of brigands who are actually depicted realistically, so they all kill and rape without really caring. Set in a post apocalyptic Fantasy Europe, where technology changed the laws of physics to create magic before the world ended. Many fantasy characters today are completely cringe or women, so it can get annoying fast when reading these retard books by these retard authors.
MS King's books are a pretty good starting point.
 

Coltraine

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Here’s a section on the siege of Rhodes from the Audiobook. All I could find on YouTube. The author even mentions how Jews in Rhodes kept betraying the Christian defenders and helping the Turks.
This is also mentioned a lot throughout this book:

 

iHate_Marxism

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"Hellstrom's Hive" by Frank Herbert
"Shadow & Claw" by Gene Wolfe
"Farnham's Freehold" by Robert A. Heinlein
"The Last Centurion" by John Ringo
"Orion Shall Rise" by Poul Anderson
 

Red in T&C

Nature is red in tooth and claw, nigga.
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Random stuff I like that is in the front of my bookshelves, no rhyme nor reason:

Glory Road, Robert Heinlein
The Bromeliad Trilogy, Terry Pratchett
The Small Bachelor, P. G. Wodehouse
Supernormal Stimuli, Deirdre Barrett
Heir to the Empire Trilogy, Timothy Zahn
The Multiplex Man, Paul Hogan (A MUST read)
The Selfish Gene, Richard Dawkins
Darwin Devolves, Michael Behe
Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs, Chuck Klosterman
Science Left Behind, Alex B. Berezow & Hank Campbell
The Old Man and the Sea, Earnest Hemingway
The Digital Effect, Steve Perry (excellent)
The Deep Hot Biosphere: the Myth of Fossil Fuels, Thomas Gold (fuckin brilliant)
Meg, Steve Alten (terrible, but fun)
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine #2 The Seige, Peter David (popcorn)
Neverwhere (British, uncut version), Neil Gaiman (Jew)

Can't go wrong authors: James Herriot, Rex Stout, and P. G. Wodehouse.
 

Wolfgang

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Civilization, society:

Edward Gibbon - The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (Vol.1 - 6)
Oswald Spengler - Decline of the West (part 1 & 2)
The Passing of the Great Race - Madison Grant
A History of Medieval Europe: From Constantine to Saint Louis - R. H. C. Davis
The Fall of Rome and the End of Civilisation - Bryan Ward-Perkins
The Fate of Empires - Glubb, Sir John Bagot
Industrial Society and its Future - Theodore Kaczynski

About Chosenites:

The Culture of Critique - Kevin MacDonald
The International Jew - Henry Ford
Jesus in the Talmud - Peter Schafer
Jewish Supremacism: My Awakening on the Jewish Question - David Duke
The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit - Michael Jones
Insurgency in Ancient Times: The Jewish Revolts… - William Sorrells
The Jews and Their Lies - Martin Luther
The Talmud Unmasked - Justinas Pranaitis
Bolshevism from Moses to Lenin - Deitrich Echart
You Gentiles - Maurice Samuels
The Jewish Mafia - Carlos Porter
The Secret Behind Communism - David Duke
Visualizing Jews Through the Ages - Hannah Ewence
The Jews and Moral Subversion - Michael Jones
Jewish Domination of Weimar Germany (1919-1932) - Eckhart Verlag

(((American))) culture (the current dominating world's culture):

From Shtetl to Stardom: Jews and Hollywood (The Jewish Role in American Life) - Michael Renov
An Empire of Their Own: How the Jews Invented Hollywood - Neal Gabler
Hit Men: Power Brokers and Fast Money Inside the Music Business - Fredric Dannen
The New Jew in Film - Exploring Jewishness and Judaism in Contemporary Cinema - Nathan Abrams
Hollywood's Chosen People: The Jewish Experience in American Cinema - Daniel Bernardi
Encyclopedia of Jewish American Popular Culture - Susan M. Ortmann (useful for research)
Jewish Identity in Western Pop Culture The Holocaust and Trauma Through Modernity - Jon Stratton
Jews, Race and Popular Music - Jon Stratton

Other:

Our Global Neighborhood - The Commission on Global Governance
The Banking Swindle - Kerry Bolton
A History of Central Banking and Enslavement of Mankind - Stephen Goodson

Genetics, biology, evolution, race:

Race Differences in Intelligence: An Evolutionary Analysis - Richard Lynn
The 10,000 year explosion : how civilization accelerated human evolution - Gregory Cochran, Henry Harpending
Race and Sex Differences in Intelligence and Personality - A Tribute to Richard Lynn - Helmuth Nyborg
Essential Writings on Race - Samuel Francis, Jared Taylor
White Identity: Racial Consciousness in the 21st Century - Jared Taylor


Do not buy any of these (just pirate), except only from the based authors - support them and buy it.
The older books about civilization (Gibbon, Spengler, etc) are public domain, so they're available on archive.
 
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Bon

You Say You Want a Revolution?
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Here's a few I've read recently I'd recommend:



Have read the first one, highly recommend. Am aware of the second but haven’t gotten to it yet. Will check out your third.
 

Bon

You Say You Want a Revolution?
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Civilization, society:

Edward Gibbon - The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (Vol.1 - 6)
Oswald Spengler - Decline of the West (part 1 & 2)
A History of Medieval Europe: From Constantine to Saint Louis - R. H. C. Davis
The Fall of Rome and the End of Civilisation - Bryan Ward-Perkins
Industrial Society and its Future - Theodore Kaczynski

About Chosenites:

The Culture of Critique - Kevin MacDonald
An Empire of Their Own: How the Jews Invented Hollywood - Neal Gabler
The International Jew - Henry Ford
Jesus in the Talmud - Peter Schafer
Jewish Supremacism: My Awakening on the Jewish Question - David Duke
The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit - Michael Jones
Insurgency in Ancient Times: The Jewish Revolts… - William Sorrells
The Jews and Their Lies - Martin Luther
The Talmud Unmasked - Justinas Pranaitis
Bolshevism from Moses to Lenin - Deitrich Echart
You Gentiles - Maurice Samuels
The Jewish Mafia - Carlos Porter
The Secret Behind Communism - David Duke
Visualizing Jews Through the Ages - Hannah Ewence
The Jews and Moral Subversion - Michael Jones

Our Global Neighborhood - The Commission on Global Governance
The Banking Swindle - Kerry Bolton
A History of Central Banking and Enslavement of Mankind - Stephen Goodson
In a sane world, that would be the required reading list for a college level class on Modern Western Civilization.
 

Bon

You Say You Want a Revolution?
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Random stuff I like that is in the front of my bookshelves, no rhyme nor reason:

Glory Road, Robert Heinlein
The Bromeliad Trilogy, Terry Pratchett
The Small Bachelor, P. G. Wodehouse
Supernormal Stimuli, Deirdre Barrett
Heir to the Empire Trilogy, Timothy Zahn
The Multiplex Man, Paul Hogan (A MUST read)
The Selfish Gene, Richard Dawkins
Darwin Devolves, Michael Behe
Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs, Chuck Klosterman
Science Left Behind, Alex B. Berezow & Hank Campbell
The Old Man and the Sea, Earnest Hemingway
The Digital Effect, Steve Perry (excellent)
The Deep Hot Biosphere: the Myth of Fossil Fuels, Thomas Gold (fuckin brilliant)
Meg, Steve Alten (terrible, but fun)
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine #2 The Seige, Peter David (popcorn)
Neverwhere (British, uncut version), Neil Gaiman (Jew)

Can't go wrong authors: James Herriot, Rex Stout, and P. G. Wodehouse.
Good to see shoutouts to James Herriot and P.G. Wodehouse. Love reading them...
 
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