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Ever read any Rudyard Kipling? Youโ€™d love it if you like some good old fashioned funny and forthright presentation of female behavior from a zfg male point of view
Kipling and Jules Verne...It was my Netflix as a child.
 

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Lovecraft is always excellent to read. Although an atheist, I believe he owned a King James Bible that he read as a child.

I am currently reading "HP Lovecraft: The Decline of the West":

HP Lovecraft: The Decline of the West

I found an interesting article on Lovecraft:

Lovecraftโ€™s Politics

I bought a used book recently (older Nazi books are expensive):

Hitler and Nazi Germany: A History

Has anyone come across this Hitler book? Me thinks it is a good one.
 

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I feel spirituality on the books I buy. I discovered several years ago that it was harder to read fiction books bought from Amazon compared to fiction books bought from a traditional book store. Even ebay imo is a better place to buy books compared to Amazon. At least you don't get the whole "mass distributed" book feel. You might want the mass-distributed feel, but I think most readers want to enjoy the content of the book, regardless of the pressure on time that most people need to put up with.
 

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Reading is kinda gay but I hear The Da Vinci Code is pretty good.



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I just finished Dan Simmons' Hyperion. I liked it, except for the chapter with the Jew, but otherwise it had great worldbuilding, especially near the end. The last chapter was both hilarious and great writing.


Going for the sequel next.
 

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Lately I've been on a Harold Lamb kick. Started with Swords from the Sea, seafaring swordfighting adventures. Swashbuckling pirates etc. Then Wolf of the Steppes, Cossack horseback swordfighting adventures, one even featuring John Paul Jones and some ships in a river! and now I'm almost done with Swords from the West. Crusader swordfighting adventures, killing Saracens right and left. Awesome.


This shit is GREAT, I cannot recommend it highly enough. If you would like a dose of manliness this is the stuff. White men against shitskins, all over the place. Shitskins lying, cheating and backstabbing right and left, while the White man does the honorable thing every time, and wins in the end. NO frontholes at all, as it should be, except for as the damsel in distress that the noble Knight is trying to rescue from the sneaky shitskins, or sometimes the evil plotting Wicked Queen.

I had never heard of this guy before, I'm so glad I discovered him. He was HUGE back in the day, all these stories first appeared in the pulps in the 20s and 30s. After reading stuff like this I just want to go out and start lopping off heads of shitskins right and left. It's such a refreshing change from any modern shit. It is all SO different from anything that is being published now. When you think that this was how the world was for all of history until the last hundred years it makes you want to cry. Or rather, it makes me want to SLAY MINE ENEMIES.

I don't know if any of you goize know about this:

https://z-lib.org/

I don't know how much longer this will go on. You can download almost ANY book, FREE. Current books, in copyright. It's like the LimeWire of books. I don't see how it's possibly legal, I figure it will get SHUT DOWN eventually, but I've gotten about sixty books out of it so far in the past two months. I look the books up on Amazon and then download them from here.

Yes, I read them all, I am pretty voracious. Sadly, I am almost all fiction all the time. I probably read more than Coltraine or Freddy Miles and those guys, but it's all brain candy. But I love it. I don't watch TV, and GU is the only Intertoobz I see. Other than that it's all reading novels. I've always been this way. I can basically sort of speed read, but not speed reading, I read every word. People have often accused me of I must be skipping chapters or something. I often wish I didn't read so fast because I get through the stories so quickly. THey end too soon! For example, I'm almost done with Swords of the West, it's 3,360 pages. I'll finish it in the next hour, I started it on Sunday.

Anyway, I cannot recommend Harold Lamb enough. He's a real dash of cold water in the face to wake you up from KlownWorld.
 

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Ever read any Rudyard Kipling? Youโ€™d love it if you like some good old fashioned funny and forthright presentation of female behavior from a zfg male point of view
Kipling is one of my favorites, along with Jack London. Good White men writing about White men doing White men stuff.

I'm reading Battlefield Earth right now. It's hoaky, but it's pretty fun and engaging too.
 

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I just finished Dan Simmons' Hyperion. I liked it, except for the chapter with the Jew, but otherwise it had great worldbuilding, especially near the end. The last chapter was both hilarious and great writing.


Going for the sequel next.
Ok, I finished the sequel. It wasn't bad, but not as good as the first one. The horror and mystery of the first part was replaced with an alambicated transtemporal conspiracy that felt kinda bland, even though the ideas and concepts in it were solid and original.

The affirmative action in the series bothered me less this time.
 

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The Vintage Mencken: Gathered by Alistair Cooke


Just read his account of his late 19th century childhood in Baltimore. Hilarious. Great writer, better days.
It's the scan of a 1955 book, too, so the typesetting and everything is great. Next best thing to having an actual book in hand.
 

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The Vintage Mencken: Gathered by Alistair Cooke


Just read his account of his late 19th century childhood in Baltimore. Hilarious. Great writer, better days.
It's the scan of a 1955 book, too, so the typesetting and everything is great. Next best thing to having an actual book in hand.
I love Mencken. One of the all-time greats. One favorite is the collection โ€œOn Politics: a Carnival of Buncombeโ€. His description there of prohibition, Harding, Hoover, FDR etc are gold.

someone recently pointed out to me that Mencken had a rather choice passage about the Jews which made it into a book, but was scrubbed from subsequent editions. Evidently he married one later so there would appear to have been a change of heart or a threat of some kind.
Sometimes Mencken uses the hated designation inaccurately for a whole group: Sinclair Lewis wanted to sell a novel to Hollywood: "The Jews have offered him $30,000." Communists are all Jews, the International Ladies Garment Workers Union (he quotes a Mrs. Reed, who headed a garment factory) is operated by New York Jews. He speaks to a club in Baltimore and is angry at the questions directed to him. "Most of the questioners were radicals and it was apparent, in the rather dim light, that most of them were Jews." Union members are all "Jewish communists." Mencken seems pleased to be able to record that Johns Hopkins turned down an offer to have the Institute for Advanced Study on its campus because "the donors were Jews." The quality of a Baltimore distillery's product deteriorated after it was bought by Jews.
To me, the most offensive references are to Mencken's pleasure at the exclusiveness of his club. Walking to the Maryland Club one day he hears from S. Blount Mason Jr., its secretary, the horrendous story of a man named Winter, a high official in a shipbuilding plant, who "seemed to be a presentable fellow," and was elected to the club. One day Winter entertained an elderly "and palpably Jewish gentleman in the dining room," who turned out to be his father. Mason investigated, found the member's true name was Winternitz. He was asked to resign, and did.

Mencken follows this narrative with another unlovely paragraph: "Mason told me there was no objection in the board of governors to bringing an occasional Jew to a meal in the club, but that this only applied to out-of-town Jews, not to local ones. There was a time when the club always had one Jewish member, but the last was Jacob Ulman. Ulman was married to a Christian woman, a great-granddaughter of Thomas Jefferson, and had little to do with the other Jews of Baltimore. When he died the board of governors decided that he should be the last of the Chosen on the club roll. There is no other Jew in Baltimore who seems suitable." The "Chosen" is one of Mencken's milder designations. He calls a well-known Baltimore businessman "a dreadful kike."
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I love Mencken. One of the all-time greats. One favorite is the collection โ€œOn Politics: a Carnival of Buncombeโ€. His description there of prohibition, Harding, Hoover, FDR etc are gold.

someone recently pointed out to me that Mencken had a rather choice passage about the Jews which made it into a book, but was scrubbed from subsequent editions. Evidently he married one later so there would appear to have been a change of heart or a threat of some kind.


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Thanks for the recommendation. Can't find a downloadable version rn but I'll try to find one later.
Yeah, doesn't surprise me that he expressed such opinions. ๐Ÿ˜‚
 

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Thanks for the recommendation. Can't find a downloadable version rn but I'll try to find one later.
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The person who first brought Mencken to my attention was himself a Jew, Philip Roth, who greatly admired Menckenโ€™s polemical style. Roth claimed to be channeling Mencken in his satirical novel against Nixon, โ€œOur Gang.โ€ The only thing the two men had in common (IMO) was a certain verbal dexterity; Roth of course began life as a confused Jamesian and soon evolved into a full-blown Svengali type. Mencken, on the other hand, despite what was evidently an incurable case of atheism, recognized that his greatest neighbor was by far the Rev. JG Machen, the author of that classic barn-burner โ€œChristianity and Liberalismโ€.
 

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Does anyone have any recommendations for a good mystery book? I don't mean James Patterson crap. I want something interesting. The only good mystery/thriller novelist I know of is Ira Levin, and I've read most of his.
 

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Does anyone have any recommendations for a good mystery book? I don't mean James Patterson crap. I want something interesting. The only good mystery/thriller novelist I know of is Ira Levin, and I've read most of his.
Are there any that aren't formulaic? I went through an Agatha Christie phase as a kid but it didn't take long to realize that there were only about 3 basic plots.
 

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Are there any that aren't formulaic? I went through an Agatha Christie phase as a kid but it didn't take long to realize that there were only about 3 basic plots.
That's a good question. I haven't read enough mystery novels to know. A lot of times, even if a genre is formulaic, a good author can still craft a story worth reading within it. Although I can see how this genre can be limiting in terms of plots.
 

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That's a good question. I haven't read enough mystery novels to know. A lot of times, even if a genre is formulaic, a good author can still craft a story worth reading within it. Although I can see how this genre can be limiting in terms of plots.
There's a kind of low-intensity pleasure reading that lends itself well to formulaic books. I think of it as a better alternative to tv.
 

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Does anyone have any recommendations for a good mystery book? I don't mean James Patterson crap. I want something interesting. The only good mystery/thriller novelist I know of is Ira Levin, and I've read most of his.
Quite a bit of what I read nowadays comes to mind as a result of either recommendations I see here on this forum or a result of books Iโ€™m reminded of through writing and discussion here. One huge example of that lately has been Raymond Chandler.

A few weeks ago somebody was saying some thing about Mexico that reminded me of his novel, โ€œthe Long goodbyeโ€œ. What started as a quick Google search turned into rereading the novel for the first time in years and being reminded what a masterpiece it is. Yes as a mystery, but truly just a general work of art. I enjoyed reading it so much that I went back and reread the big sleep as well, which was his first novel. Or at least his first mystery novel. Both are superb, and I wouldnโ€™t call either one formulaic. Raymond Chandler brings in a lot of elements to his books, but the core of every book is a powerful Expression of Christian morality, and in a very subtle way he Draws upon the whole body of Arthurian Legend to show us a modern glimpse of what Gawain and Guinevere and those people would do if they lived in Depression era and World War II era Los Angeles.

I understand people saying they donโ€™t want to read formulaic books in a way, but as Mike pointed out, or maybe it was heartache, I canโ€™t go back up and see it now, in the hands of a gifted writer, genre is not a limitation but heโ€™s actually a powerful tool, especially if he has something to say along social commentary. Chandlerโ€˜s books are crammed with his own shit lord insights. I donโ€™t know any modern writer who has a better beat on the female of the species than the narrator Philip Marlowe, who has femmes fatales throwing themselves at him in every adventure, but he always assumes they are trying to destroy him and interprets them as dragons in his path to be avoided or slain. Trust me it makes for a very funny writing.

but even if I mystery writer is formulaic, which I would say is a fair description for the writer Rex Stout, they can still be very enjoyable. At one point I think I read about 10 in a row of the Nero Wolfe stories and found everyone at least mildly entertaining, with some being deeper than others. But even the most shallow thriller for pulp fiction book is going to be 10 times more edifying way to spend your time then watching Netflix. Which is the same point someone else made above.

I have never read Agatha Christie but this is the third time recently that someone has brought up her name, I may look into her. Of course we canโ€™t talk mysteries without mentioning Arthur Conan Doyle. The Sherlock Holmes stories are very unique in literature, really gripping and entertaining, and are not really properly speaking mystery stories because the crimes and solutions are often highly illogical if you think about them too much, but she wonโ€™t think about them at all because the whole point Of the stories is the ingenious representation of Holmes as a character, he is Shakespearean.
 

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I have never read Agatha Christie but this is the third time recently that someone has brought up her name, I may look into her.
She had several detectives that she wrote about but if you're new to Christie I recommend any of the books with Hercule Poirot.
 

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Thanks for the post, @Habakkuk. I'll check Raymond Chandler's books out when I'm finished with the book I'm currently reading.
 

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Currently reading this research paper:
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โ€œTHE TRUE SPIRIT OF THE GERMAN PEOPLEโ€: GERMAN-AMERICANS AND NATIONAL SOCIALISM, 1919-1955
Dissertation

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapters:
Introduction.................................................................................................................... 1
1. โ€œSufficiently Enragedโ€: German-American Jews and the Reich ................................18
2. โ€œHitler or Chaosโ€: George Sylvester Viereck and Ethnic Chauvinism .......................57
3. โ€œSelf-Defense and Self-Expressionโ€: The Steuben Society .......................................94
and Ethnic Politics
4. โ€œMarching with the Strongest Battalionโ€: The Ridder Family ................................. 127
and the Ethnic Press
5. โ€œAgainst All Fascist Tendenciesโ€: The German Left and Anti-Nazism ................... 161
6. โ€œA Multitude of Deedsโ€: The Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation............................ 196
and โ€œPre-Hitler Germanyโ€
Conclusion .................................................................................................................. 240
Bibliography ............................................................................................................... 247

Basically, in sum, condemning German-Americas was used like Anti-fa does today against all cops/Whites:

This study shows that German-American organizations across a broad ideological
spectrum saw the controversy over Nazism as a chance to reassert themselves in the
public sphere and advance existing goals. At the same time, it shows that the political
environment of the 1930s and 1940s necessitated a new understanding of ethnicity. The
most successful institutions aligned themselves with the โ€œconformist nationalismโ€ of the
era, as European ethnicities operated within state-sanctioned limits, celebrating both
Americanism and whiteness. Finally, investigation reveals a considerable degree of
negotiation in this process. The U.S. government, too, faced constraints as it promoted a
celebration of American pluralism in wartime. It needed to display a loyal German
America, a fact that many individuals and organizations used to their advantage.

The dissertation comprises six cases. The first two deal with leaders who had
espoused German ethnic nationalism during the First World War. The rise of Nazism
created a divergence between them, as German-American Jews faced rejection by the
Reich and began to distinguish between the German nation and the German state. Other
nationalists, such as George Sylvester Viereck, stubbornly adhered to an existing model
of German chauvinism through the 1930s. Viereck faced federal prosecution for working
as a Nazi propagandist, becoming a popular symbol of disloyalty.

Two cases deal with established German-American elites who sought a balance
between enthusiasm for the โ€œNew Germanyโ€ and detachment from what they saw as its
excesses. The aggressive Steuben Society cultivated ties to the Reich to establish its
ethnic leadership, but retreated into a hyper-patriotic stance when these activities became
a liability. Victor Ridder, publisher of the New Yorkers Staats-Zeitung, the nationโ€™s
largest German newspaper, cultivated a constituency of both pro- and anti-Nazis. His
equivocations and his dealings with Germany brought him under suspicion, but his
prominence protected him from punishment.

Groups on the German-American political left had consistently opposed Nazism,
earning them greater credibility by the outbreak of the Second World War. German
socialists used this position to forge links with the exiled Social Democratic Party and to
advocate for a โ€œsoft peaceโ€ after the war. Finally, the Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation
took an ostensibly apolitical stance, calling for the preservation of โ€œpre-Hitlerโ€ German
culture. Because it tied its programming tightly to American idealsโ€”and American
interestsโ€”it acquired a useful alliance with the state that lasted into the early Cold War.
...

The Second World War gave the next generation of Warburgs new opportunities
to combat Nazism. James, Paulโ€™s son, joined the staff of the Office of War Information
in 1942. He spent time in London and North Africa, where he helped set propaganda
policies until 1944.96 Felixโ€™s son Eddie took time away from chairmanship of the Joint
Distribution Committee, enlisting in the Army and arriving in Normandy shortly after the
Allied invasion. In 1944, he restarted the JDCโ€™s European operations from its old
headquarters in liberated Paris.97 The most ironic wartime story was that of Eric
Warburg, Maxโ€™s son, who had fled Hamburg in 1938. Having volunteered for the
Prussian Field Artillery Regiment in 1918, Eric enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Force in
1942, making his way into intelligence work. He interrogated captured German officers,
including Reichsmarshall Hermann Gรถring, who had Aryanized the M.M. Warburg
banking firm in the late 1930s. While in Europe, Eric also acquired a permanent home
for the family library in London; he helped to collect German scientists rather than allow
their capture by the Soviets; and he ultimately decided to return to Hamburg and regain
his partnership at M.M. Warburg.98 Their fathersโ€™ desire to save non-Nazi Germany
survived among the three cousins, all of whom lobbied against a harsh peace settlement.9
 

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Does anyone have any recommendations for a good mystery book? I don't mean James Patterson crap. I want something interesting. The only good mystery/thriller novelist I know of is Ira Levin, and I've read most of his.
My personal fav is Travis McGee, just because he lives on a boat IN FLAHDAH while he solves crimes. The Hero of Ft Lauderdale. Lots of brawling and shooting. Travis McGee was also known as the Dick of Death; frontholes throw themselves at him all the time, once he bangs one she is destined to be killed in a bizarre way sending him into a blazing rage of revenge.

 

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