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Thanks, but that is the collection that I recommended myself and why we were talking about Mencken in the first place. β€œOn Politics: a Carnival of Buncombe” is the collection Habakkuk recommended to me and that I can't find. πŸ˜‰
 

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Thanks, but that is the collection that I recommended myself and why we were talking about Mencken in the first place. β€œOn Politics: a Carnival of Buncombe” is the collection Habakkuk recommended to me and that I can't find. πŸ˜‰
Hey brother, this is the book I was talking about.
 

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Hey brother, this is the book I was talking about.
😍 Cheers, bookmarked! I'm on the phone a lot these days, so I'll save this for desktop reading later.
 

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Just wanted to copypasta this book review here that I did the other day. I originally started writing this just as a comment to one of Anglin's articles recently, but as I got started I ended up writing quite the wall-post which tends to happen with me sometimes especially whenever I'm really impressed with something or think it stands out far more than most of the typical trash being marketed today as "history". Anyway, check this book below out when/if you can, and even some of the same author's other books are worth reading too:

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Originally, I was replying to this particular line of Anglin's:

"Now, in the age of mass immigration, instead we have state-enforced moral absolutism, according to a new code of morals that replaced the one that was wrecked by telling people morals were relative. They created a β€œclean slate,” form a new moral code, then made it absolute and universal. It’s not called β€œmoral absolutism.” It’s usually called β€œhuman rights.” The term is associated with β€œdemocracy,” β€œour values,” and β€œwho we are.”"
If I had to recommend any single book on the subject (besides the obvious ones) here, I read this historian Jew Jonathan Israel's Revolutionary Jews from Spinoza to Marx recently, and boy was it a captivating read for sure in terms of just how much Jews did create this new modern paradigm- both legally and morally and politically and culturally and otherwise.

The subtitle to the book is actually The Fight for a Secular World of Universal and Equal Rights, and so right off the bat there you see that the author is presenting Jews as this racial vanguard of revolutionary conspiracy and subversiveness (he uses those exact terms frequently throughout the book too surprisingly) who created this "clean slate" originally that you are referring to above. The Jews proclaimed the "clean slate" status quo basically after they already finished properly destroying the Old World Order- where the twin pillars of Church and State were the only moral absolutism needed in order to perpetuate a healthy society.

That, the Jews explained back then was actually unhealthy. And so that's why we got moral relativism in its place. But a lot of the book is about the buildup to this time historically, and I pretty much favor the parts from the early Enlightenment until about the time of the 1848 Revolutions throughout Europe, because this was like the period where all these different theories and ideologies were originally hashed out in greatest detail. And as Anglin says above about the UN and its pro-Woman agenda, these early Radical Enlighteners were every bit as explicit about their goals back then as they are today.

Interesting enough, the author frequently is truthful when he tells us about how the "mainstream" Enlightenment project and its adherents was at best ambiguous about the JQ and at worst completely anti-Semitic in the same posture as Voltaire for instance. While the other peripheral currents, one of which he terms the Radical Enlightenment, was the only real machine pushing for the type of world we enjoyed throughout the last century basically- loosely of which I will call Normie Democracy. Normie Democracy is how Americans and Westerners believed prior to this most current cultural and social upheaval essentially, which is analogous to where this article states that "a new moral absolutism" is being erected now. But yeah during the former period normies took the words, deeds, and goals of the Elite at face-value and interpreted Democracy as given from God largely because its antithesis throughout that century was the Fascism of Hitler or the Communism of Stalin, which were both implied so Satanic to normies.

But yeah despite this Radical Enlightenment best represented by Spinoza, Moses Mendelsohn, Heinrich Heine, and Ludwig Borne being the smallest faction or current of this Enlightenment project, it was also the one that eventually won out too in the long-run. It is the one that most influences and dominates the current Western zeitgeist as well obviously. A way that you can view this or that I view it basically is that the most radical and revolutionary social-engineering happening today from Critical Race Theory to the Great Reset is all just the original Radical Enlightenment's dreams and collective aspirations finally attaining enough cultural and political momentum to move forward or come full-circle with these Jews' original aspirations.

Marx and Hess came along and systematized this philosophy of Jewish radicals like Spinoza and Mendelsohn above, and from that point forward in time the Radical Enlightenment project in mass-social-engineering was seen as viable enough to communicate to the masses themselves through new mediums of technology and mass-communications. This was how the original anti-Western, anti-Christian, and anti-White view of the Radical Enlightenment become externalized to the gullible masses of apathetics over a period of about the last 170 years (give or take).

It was a deliberate Jewish project in mass-social-engineering. And the author of this book comes clean about all of this essentially- not pulling many punches- while at the same time assuring the reader that all this was done in our interests and for our own benefit, lol. Also, it does just a great job at summarizing and clarifying just how much European help went into the whole original project for Jewish Emancipation followed by Jewish Domination, which make no mistake about it was clearly and explicitly spelled out in great detail at the very beginning of the Enlightenment by the pen of Spinoza himself.

Anyway, I really recommend the book, and maybe someday on here I'll actually do a more proper book review looking at each chapter more thoroughly and how the ideas of "human rights" and "secularization" and "universalism" and "moral relativism" really remain unchanged or undistorted from the opening sequences of this long-term conspiracy until at least very, very recently. The ideas of course have been simplified and tinkered with over time a little bit, ideologies have changed form or have been rebranded, but the core philosophical and moral imperatives demanded by the likes of the Spinozists and the original Marxists are the status-quo we still deal with today whenever we encounter normies in America thinking erroneously that "racism" applies equally to Blacks or to Hispanics the same way it applies to Whites.

The most immediate and direct origin for this stuff is the early Enlightenment in general but more specifically in Spinoza especially with his atheistic and relativist approach to philosophy and morality and religion. Keep in mind here that their goals have always been entirely universalistic from even the beginnings in the last half of the 17th Century. And that was a highly ambitious pipedream back then obviously considering the Old World Order. But this is exactly why today Anglin explains above that these social engineers- these modern-day Spinozas and Marxists needed to create a "clean slate", because they need to more uniformly distribute the "equality" and the "progress" that has happened already in the Western world to the rest of the non-White world, which is what we are witnessing today especially with the Great Reset!

Anyway, one of the most common thoughts I had to myself also while reading this book was that the world these Jews were describing back then to lament the Old World Order and its hierarchy and culture is the same sort of environment /we/ inhabit today even after the successful conclusion of their revolution. It's just now Jews are on top and Whites are powerless mostly here at the bottom of the stack. But the terms these Radical Enlightenment types were using such as "repression" and "alienation" to describe their own plight back from the late 17th Century to the mid-19th Century is the same exact wack kind of moral configuration that we still deal with today obviously. Like I said, only the original elite has been inversed now with the Jews, who envisioned and depicted themselves as totally "powerless" back then (and I even dispute that somewhat!).

And here's the article all this is originally derived from:

 

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Thanks, but that is the collection that I recommended myself and why we were talking about Mencken in the first place. β€œOn Politics: a Carnival of Buncombe” is the collection Habakkuk recommended to me and that I can't find. πŸ˜‰
I know but that is just where you can download it for free.
 

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I know but that is just where you can download it for free.

Z-library is a really great place to find books. I use PDFdrive, too. It's not as good with more obscure titles but if I can't find one on either of these, mostly I can't find it at all.
 

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If anyone is interested in fantasy, Roger Zelazny's The Chronicles of Amber is really fantastic. I just finished the fifth book of ten. There's a lot of political intrigue, family drama, and war and magic and weird beasts. All the good fantasy stuff, but it isn't corny. There's zero diversity, either. No blacks, gays, nothing. I liked it a lot, but I'm taking a break from it to finally get to The Big Sleep, recommended to me by @Habakkuk (I think you actually suggested The Long Goodbye, but it wasn't at the book store I went to, and I didn't want to go to another one today.) Anyway, I'll let you know how it is when I finish it. It shouldn't take long.
 

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If anyone is interested in fantasy, Roger Zelazny's The Chronicles of Amber is really fantastic. I just finished the fifth book of ten. There's a lot of political intrigue, family drama, and war and magic and weird beasts. All the good fantasy stuff, but it isn't corny. There's zero diversity, either. No blacks, gays, nothing. I liked it a lot, but I'm taking a break from it to finally get to The Big Sleep, recommended to me by @Habakkuk (I think you actually suggested The Long Goodbye, but it wasn't at the book store I went to, and I didn't want to go to another one today.) Anyway, I'll let you know how it is when I finish it. It shouldn't take long.
No it won’t take long at all because it’s such a page turner that it tends to pull you in in just a few sessions. And then you’re done. Many years ago I was dating a girl in college who read the book around the same time that I did. I was raving to her about how much I loved it and she was very dismissive and said that the book was like eating candy. At the time it really rubbed me the wrong way about her and made me question her as a person. Later I realize that it should have made me question her entire species, none of whom are able to appreciate art like Chandler
 

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A great insight into the Jewish mind, written by a Jew and narrated by the same Jew:



Gotta give it to that kike Ellison, he was a really good narrator.
 

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A great insight into the Jewish mind, written by a Jew and narrated by the same Jew:



Gotta give it to that kike Ellison, he was a really good narrator.
Did you ever see this old video (1982) of Harlan Ellison being interviewed alongside Gene Wolfe and Isaac Asimov?

lot of interesting things to see here, with wolf being the main attraction obviously. It would be hard to make this clip more Jewish, but they managed by having the interviewer be one of the Uber Jews of that day, Studs Terkel. But it’s a treat to watch just as a time capsule and of course the discussion of sci-fi. At the beginning they show Ellison talking in profile but the introduction is talking over him and it’s quite a β€œder ewig juden” meme.

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Did you ever see this old video (1982) of Harlan Ellison being interviewed alongside Gene Wolfe and Isaac Asimov?
Haven't seen it, will watch.
 

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Found this recently but haven't read it yet. May be of interest for related research on early Jewish International Finance and corruption of kings-thrones:

Chapter 5 - Jews and the Early Modern Economy
from Part I - The World of Early Modern Jewry, c. 1500–1650

Published online by Cambridge University Press: 10 November 2017

By
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Jonathan Karp and
Adam Sutcliffe

 

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March of the Barbarians by Harold Lamb

Kirkus review:

This is top notch escape reading. It carries one back to the so-called dark ages, when Asia flaunted a civilization far exceeding the western nations, when men on horseback swayed empires. The first quarter of the book builds up a vivid and colorful picture of the early history of these nomads of Asia's steppes; then comes in fuller detail, the story of Genghis-Khan, the interim period when his power was disputed by his sons and grandsons, following his death. Then the reign of Mangu-Khan,and the brilliant reign of Kubilai-Khan, the influence of the tribes on Europe, and the gradual recession. Legend and story and history skillfully interwoven, and told with such a ring of authenticity that one feels it is all true. A contribution to scholarship and at the same time a book which should appeal to adventure-loving boys.


I would agree with what's said in this review but will add that it's not at all focused on the relation of steppe and Europe. These Mongols simply subjugated every settled civilization they came into contact with, no matter how sophisticated. They were able to do so for reasons that are well-described in this book.
Most of Europe escaped this fate or at least never had to prove that they could have resisted.

I've never read a book before that brought history to life like this. At the same time, it is very well-sourced and, being from the 40's, is refreshingly normal in its general outlook, i.e. politically incorrect in its view of different races and cultures, men and women.

Big recommend.
 

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If anyone is interested in fantasy, Roger Zelazny's The Chronicles of Amber is really fantastic. I just finished the fifth book of ten. There's a lot of political intrigue, family drama, and war and magic and weird beasts. All the good fantasy stuff, but it isn't corny. There's zero diversity, either. No blacks, gays, nothing. I liked it a lot, but I'm taking a break from it to finally get to The Big Sleep, recommended to me by @Habakkuk (I think you actually suggested The Long Goodbye, but it wasn't at the book store I went to, and I didn't want to go to another one today.) Anyway, I'll let you know how it is when I finish it. It shouldn't take long.
Those are great fantasy novels. Read all of them many years ago, twice!
Need to seek out some Zelazny as it's been many years since I've read some.
He also co-authored Deus Irae with Philip K. Dick.
Amazing to put those two together, even just in theory!

If you like the Chronicles of Amber series, you might like Lawrence Watt-Evan's Ethshar series.

Their are many books in the series, but they are all stand-alone novels, so you could pick up any one of them and enjoy it. They read really fast, you could read one in a day or in a few days. There is some world building and inside jokes from book to book, but you can still enjoy any one of them as a stand-alone.

But, I recommend that one start with the first one, The Misenchanted Sword and the second one, With a Single Spell. And go from there if you like them.

I had read With A Single Spell back in the 90s, and I guess it stuck with me. I was thinking about it/remembering it in 2019, looked it up, and started reading the entire series in order for the first time. I am almost done with it now. They are just really good little fantasy novels. Good triumphs over evil, people grow and change, happy endings, and they are generally well-written.

You can possibly/probably find them in a good used books store. Or they can be had used for the price of shipping on Amazon, generally.

A little fantasy reading here and there is almost a requirement in current year!

 

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Just finished ''The Three-Body Problem'' the first novel of the "Remembrance of Earth's Past" trilogy Liu Cixin.

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It is a good read although I kind have of a problem following the Chinese names of the characters. I`m starting now "The Dark Forest" the second part of the trilogy.
 

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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.
I understand this dude is no longer on the forum and such, but credit where credit is due..

I remember reading this nearly 2 years ago now and picked up this book and absolutely loved it. I think the writer is actually a NYT Jew but it's focusing so much on the history and logistics of the Soviet attemp to end the anti-USSR rebellions in Afghanistan that it doesn't matter much to me. I think Trump summarised the events detailed in this book best when he said "the Soviets went bankrupt fighting terrorists in Afghanistan."9780061143182_custom-70aa33eeddbe807e7075c8469a93cb3559f0fa11-s800.jpg
 
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