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I have more than 7000 books on my e-book reader but this one I don`t have it. And now I must have it.:LOL:
As convenient as digital libraries are currently, we need to start thinking about passing this critical information to future generations. While still possible, it's time for us to start forming private hard copy libraries, because the second burning of the Library of Alexandria (digital version) is on the horizon. I'm sure they will go Fahrenheit 451 on us later, but that will be more difficult to pull off.

Side note. I was one of the original Netflix subscribers back when it was a video/film LIBRARY and you could order DVD copy of ANY movie you wanted to see. Needless to say, now that hard copies have fallen by the wayside, you can only consume WHAT THEY WANT YOU TO CONSUME, which is absolutely PURE FILTH. I saw the writing on the wall years ago and cancelled my membership when everything became streaming and all the quality films were de listed.

Same thing happening with Amazon. They waited to gain total stranglehold dominance of market share, and then started removing authors like D. Duke, George Lincoln Rockwell, E. Michael Jones, Kevin MacDonald, etc. You could order their books last year. Now? ...nowhere to be seen.
 

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Horatio Hornblower series plus the other good naval warfare series - Jack Aubrey and CS Forrester series.
I haven't read the books, but back when A & E was a real network, before it became All-Faggots-All-The-Time, they had a Horatio Hornblower series that was most excellent.
 

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Thank you for making this thread. Who doesn't love to read a good list (or fifty) of people's favorite books? Some intriguing titles here.

I have not read Kevin MacDonald's books. On the subject of our ancient friends, I love E Michael Jones but I must confess I've never read his books. I want to, but haven't yet. I guess Jews already banned them. But if he's even half as good a writer as he is a talker, and he's a superb talker, then he must be a top flight writer.

A few books I've enjoyed:

  • "Behind Communism" (1952) by Frank Britton (a book about Jews)
  • "Antifragile" by Nassim Taleb
  • "The Art of the Deal" by Trump (this also deals with Jews, but in a comic mode)
  • "Barnaby Rudge" (1840) by Charles Dickens (his less-well-known historical novel set during the 1780 Gordon Riots of London)
  • "Oliver Twist" (1838) (Dickens attacks Der Ewige Jude--yes, the villain is a thieving Jewish kidnapper)
  • "A Dance to the Music of Time" by Anthony Powell (1951-1975) 12-volume series of novels encompassing all aspects of 20th-century Britain (with Jews)
  • Complete Works of Jane Austen: weev mentioned he is not a fan, but they are essential reading. There's more Christianity in one paragraph of these stories than a month of Sunday sermons in the year 2020
  • "Watership Down" (1972) by Richard Adams. (Rabbits in mortal combat against globalists--haunting fable about us)
  • "The Space Trilogy" (1938-1945) by CS Lewis. (I think this series will be recognized as superior to the Chronicles of Narnia soon.)
  • "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" (1968) by Philip K. Dick. (Several others here have described this. It's definitely about Jews, as explained by Pleasureman at My Posting Career, which was how I heard of it. If you are having trouble finding a good church, spend this coming Sunday and read DADOES, it will stir your soul and encourage you.)

That is all I can post for now.
 

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By the way, I would like to know if I have to start a new thread or if there is a separate thread for it already when it comes to reviewing books I wouldn't recommend. I'll be reading Gad Saad's The Parasitic Mind - yes, I know - and I might as well write about it so it won't be an absolute waste of time. It'll be like jumping on a grenade for my bros, except that the innocent grenade won't Jew me while it whines about muh persecution every chance it gets.
 

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I recently bought and read The Great Gamble The Soviet war in Afghanistan. I have had an interest bordering on obsession with that particular part of Cold War history for a long time now. I guess cause you never hear about it much here in the US. It's understandable since it pretty much brought on the War on Terror over 20 years later. It also not one of our own wars so it doesn't get much attention. If you want to learn about it you have to do it on your own.

The book was released in 2009. But 95% of it is about the Soviet experience in Afghanistan and there is a few parts about the mujahideen. The guy who wrote the book does state the usual stuff about how no one has managed to control the country. How the US is making a mistake by being there. Even in 2009 this message was a bit dated cause we had already been there for about a decade. Even more dated now in 2020 with Trump looking to get all the soldiers out of there. Other than that it's all about the Soviet invasion. It's accounts from actual soldiers and pilots. There is some brief bits of history thrown in.

I found it really interesting. The Soviets were absolutely brutal in Afghanistan. It's also just a really good story.

I only paid $14 for it on Amazon. They shipped it to me in like 3 days or so. I highly recommend it.
 

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Don't forget the companion piece to that classic, this expose on the plague of whore teachers:

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I just started on 'White Power' by George Lincoln Rockwell. Does anyone have any non-biased sources about his life? I don't know much about him and everything I can find is written with a heavy bias against him and his beliefs.
 

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Shameless plug: There is a 25% off sale at Ostara Publications until December 5.
This is one of the single greatest online book retailers; my personal favorite. It has many rare books, or rare versions of books (for example, the Mein Kampf Stalag edition, in hardcover), and is overtly pro-white.

Check them out.

EDIT: discount code is WHITEFRIDAY25
 
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Candide-Voltaire, Islands in the Stream-Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea-Hemingway, Watership Down-Adams, The Divine Comedy-Aleghieri, Paradise Lost-Milton, The Grapes of Wrath-Steinbeck, Lord of the Rings-Tolkien, The Chronicles of Narnia-C.S. Lewis. etc and etc.
 
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Anybody read The Myth of German Villainy, by Brenton Bradberry ? @Coltraine Any comments ?
 

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Das Boot by Lothar-Guenther Buchheim is very good. It's about his experience aboard a U-boat in the early years of WWII. The movie adaptation is quite good too.
 

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Do you have the pdf for the second one The Early Germans also?
The guy above gave a good answer. this might also be a good one.
Thank you, will definitely take a look at it. :)
It has a brief condemnation of Natsoc Germany (as most due) but it is a non relevant aspect as the book gives some good info on the early Germanic tribes.
 
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Since we are talking about books with an ideological content, with a goal of awakening normies, I always favor novels over historical or scientific works that no one will read, apart from them who already know what they will find there

That's a shame nobody quoted it : The Camp of the Saints, by Jean Raspail. (who just died few months ago). The prophetic novel written in 1973

it tells the story of the submersion of Europe and of the white world in general by an armada of migrants who came en masse from the third world and disembarked in rotten boats on the coasts of the continent.
one of the major interests, besides the aspect of a disturbing foreknowledge, is the analysis of the causes of the lack of reaction of the population and authorities to the phenomenon it's a book that you must have read and since it's a bestseller since its publication (which annoys a lot ((the press))), it's a book that you can give without explicitly getting burned with people you want to try to get their eyes open.



Another nice read is Ravage by RenΓ© Barjavel (Ashes, ashes for the English title)

The novel, written during WWII tells the story of the collapse of a technology-based civilization and the reconstruction of it by a group of survivors on an agrarian and patriarchal structure after a terrifying journey through France amid the fires


(reviews are hilarious with a bunch blue-haired in total rage)

i've read it at 10 and it gave me an indelible taste for post-apocalyptic or dystopian works
 

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The Art of War - Sun Tzu
Meditations - Marcus Aurelius

I keep coming back to these books.

Currently reading a book called 'The Unseen Realm: Recovering the Supernatural Worldview of the Bible' - Michael S. Heiser and really liking it.
 

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reading the vitamin d solution

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was 3.99 at amazon used books

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Culture Wars: Volume 39 Issue 11


haven't got December yet!
 

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I recommend David Duke books, 'Jewish Supremacism', and 'The Secret Behind Communism'. You can order them from his website, davidduke.com David Duke got Andrew Anglin involved in White survival.
Also I read Henry Ford's (Hitler's favorite American) 'The International Jew, The World's Foremost Problem.' Lot of Unknown history, like how Benedict Arnold was surrounded by Jews, and how the Jews poison whiskey caused Prohibition.
'The Negroes In Negroland', a historical document from the 1850's on how Niggers were all Cannibals when they got here. They thought they would go extinct soon from all the Cannibalism, Voodoo and Witchcraft, so they bought them here to teach them values, then planned to send them back to Africa so they could teach the Africans values. Very short book, but informative, only about 10 dollars.
 
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