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Colonel Shickenflecker

Too Old To Be Doing This Shit
Old World Underground
I know I'm going to catch shit for this, and that's fair. But, as an account from an actual soldier in the middle of the culture wars, I still like Andrew Breitbart's Righteous Indignation.

I know it's got all the "Judeo-Christian" stuff in there, and that's a totally fair criticism. But his personal accounts of taking out ACORN, of being a double agent when he started Huffington Post, and the gritty detail of the entire media sell-out to save Bill Clinton's presidency after his blowjob are totally worth it, and many more stories about left-wing intimidation. The dude had huge balls to take all that on. He would confront entire crowds by himself and shit all over their talking points. I still give Andrew respect for what he was trying to do, even though he was an admitted degenerate.
 

NatZ_Bill

RedNeck NuanceBro
Old World Underground
Props to OP for making this thread.

I like the idea of a forum book club. The IRL Stormer Book Clubs kinda faded out, I reckon, which is just as well since there wasn't one near me, plus I'd prob be slandered as a wignat for attending one in current year.

Here's the best 3 I've read recently:

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@Thogrim you would prob enjoy One Man War, as you mentioned Civil War snipers the other day. You are correct that there was a lot of sniping going on even back then, but I am also correct that it was still then viewed as dirty way to fight. That being said, when you are a moderately successful Southern businessman who makes every effort to remain neutral, and the Union Army rolls through your property anyway, murders both your sons and puts their heads on a fencepost, deliberations about the morality of war and sniping tend to go out the window. Excellent book, I think @Panzerhund would like also.

Passing of the Great Race was mentioned by someone above, and is fantastic. Not very long, but full of enlightening info that will really make the modern SJW head explode, as what it talks about is today considered heresy by the mainstream. I'd like to get ahold of more stuff by Madison Grant. Two of my favorite passages:

There exists today a widespread and fatuous belief in the power of environment, as well as of education and opportunity to alter heredity, which arises from the dogma of the brotherhood of man, derived in turn from the loose thinkers of the French Revolution and their American mimics. Such beliefs have done much damage in the past, and if allowed to go uncontradicted, may do much more serious damage in the future. Thus the view that the Negro slave was an unfortunate cousin of the white man, deeply tanned by the tropic sun, and denied the blessings of Christianity and civilization, played no small part with the sentimentalists of the Civil War period, and it has taken us fifty years to learn that speaking English, wearing good clothes, and going to school and church, does not transform a Negro into a white man.
Such are the three races, the Alpine, Mediterranean, and Nordic, which enter into the composition of European populations of today, and in various combinations, comprise the great bulk of white men all over the world. These races vary intellectually and morally just as they do physically. Moral, intellectual, and spiritual attributes are as persistent as physical characters, and are transmitted unchanged from generation to generation.

In considering skull characters we must remember that, while indicative of independent descent, the size and shape of the head are not closely related to brain power. Aristotle was a Mediterranean and had a small, long skull, while Humboldt had a large and characteristically Nordic skull, but equally dolichocephalic. Socrates and Diogenes were apparently quite un-Greek and represent remnants of some early race, perhaps of Paleolithic man.

The history of their lives shows clearly that each was recognized as, in some degree, alien by their fellow countrymen, just as the Jews apparently regarded Christ as, in some indefinite way, un-Jewish.

Fourth Reich of the Rich (1976) by Des Griffin is one of the most amazing books I've read, and I stumbled across it completely by chance. It sort of takes the angle that "Capitalists are the REAL Nazis", as you can tell by the title, but that idea isn't that far off when you consider that everything we are taught about ebil Nazis is actually a projection of the crimes of our enemies. Also, anyone who believes that talk of a Satanic/Illuminati conspiracy is just a product of overactive imaginations and conspiracy theorists should read this book. It put a lot of pieces of the puzzle together for me. Fair Warning to the Catholic bros here, it's this book that showed me that the original "universal" church was actually the original subversion of Christ's teachings.

Thanks again for this thread, I hope it continues.

I would also very much like any suggestions on publishers/booksellers alternative to Amazon. I want some Rockwell books but haven't even attempted to search for them on there.
 

collapsitarian

Well-known member
On the topic of Jews everyone should read separation and its discontents. I know everyone prefers culture of critique and I can understand why. But separation is the second book in the series and explains Jews building ethnic enclaves inside host nations and how they acted like parasites. It goes into events in history from the inquisition to the third reich and shows all those movements were just reactions to Jews being cunts.

For fiction I guess everyone should read lord of the rings and the hobbit. Unless you live in the UK and you will be stuck in your house for the rest of your life. In that case you will have plenty of time to start reading the wheel of time series.
 

Red in T&C

Nature is red in tooth and claw, nigga.
Old World Underground
Good to see shoutouts to James Herriot and P.G. Wodehouse. Love reading them...
Herriot is fascinating in that when he started writing antibiotics and tractors weren't yet a thing. It's hard to understand how much life has changed and how quickly.
 
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SNESChampion

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Because of the food shortages, I read Hatchet to the wee ones in April.

It's a very good survivalist story which I hadn't read since I was 9 or 10. (The only criticism is that there are occasional unwelcome philosophical interludes. But 90% of it is straightfoward survivalist storytelling.)

We're currently reading a sequel, 'Brian's Winter'.

 

NoNogNoGoZone

1337 Gamer
Old World Underground

Before the subversive Robert Putnam* wrote Bowling Alone in 2000, a sociologist by the name of Robert Putnam had already beat him half a century earlier with a much better book about the radical atomization of individuals in a society.

One of the books that helped me break away from libertarianism
 

Ludovici

Active member
Decided to check these two books out some time ago after seeing them recommended from time to time by people who self-identify as members of #frogtwitter. They're not bad.

 

Zaldron

Well-known member
Old World Underground
MacDonald, Kevin. A People That Shall Dwell Alone: Judaism as a Group Evolutionary Strategy, with Diaspora Peoples

MacDonald, Kevin. Separation and Its Discontents: Toward an Evolutionary Theory of Anti-Semitism

MacDonald, Kevin. The Culture of Critique: Toward an Evolutionary Theory of Jewish Involvement in Twentieth-Century Intellectual and Political Movements

From time to time someone says they have read Culture of Critique. that's good. But hardly anyone mentions A People That Shall Dwell Alone, and Separation and its Discontents. That's bad. These books are immensely valuable. I think they are so valuable that it's worth reading them in order and finishing off by reading Culture of Critique again if you have already read it.

A People That Shall Dwell Alone gives Kevin MacDonald's Darwinian theoretical structure, and sets forth what the Jewish evolutionary experiment is in itself, that is not just in relation to its historical conflict with whites. This book produced a revolution in my worldview, not just in my understanding of the Jews or even of diaspora peoples.

Separation and its Discontents gives the high points of the whole long history of the Jewish war on whites and of various white efforts to fight back. It is easy to read and very instructive on what does and doesn't work for us whites.

The Culture of Critique is recent history, and it explores the Jewish roots and motivations of important intellectual movements. It is particularly devastating if, prior to reading the trilogy, you regarded these movements as foundation stones of a modern, enlightened, white-and-Western understanding of the world.

Because I read these books in order, first I got an intellectual revolution, then I got a history of my race's effort to fight back against our most terrible enemy, and then, with the full context of theory and history, I met my old pre-MacDonald intellectual guides again, now unmasked. Those I had trusted had been enemies and deceivers all along. The bodies of thought I had been proud of investing time and effort to master were revealed as deadly fictions created to serve enemies of my race. The false roots of white, Western enlightenment were revealed as deadly vines strangling and hiding the sacred tree.

I don't understand why people who never read A People That Shall Dwell Alone or Separation and its Discontents find The Culture of Critique by itself so revolutionary.

 

NoNogNoGoZone

1337 Gamer
Old World Underground
Decided to check these two books out some time ago after seeing them recommended from time to time by people who self-identify as members of #frogtwitter. They're not bad.

Democracy: The God That Failed is great and Hoppe cites Nisbet a lot

I forgot to mention, the latest edition (2010) of The Quest for Community has a bunch of added bullshit written by Ross Douthat. Maybe it was some an olive branch extended by conservatives or something. I don't know.

Just skip those parts. Douthat is a hecking moron.
 

Einsatzgroyper

Well-known member
From the Amazon reviews:

"In the present age, characterized by the search for a profitable victimhood, the willingness to be wards of an ever-growing and omnipresent state, the abdication of accountability, the revolt against authoritative knowledge in favor of opinion, the bias against superior talent and achievement (except in sports), the privileging of cheapskate criticism, the loss of free speech in an obsessive quest for equality and political correctness, the childish resentment and surly suspicion of profundity of experience, education, and sensibility, the belief in empowering one's own panics, the idolatrous worship of celebrity, the elevation of dubious gossip to truth, the abandonment of education in favor of training, the proliferation of meaningless choices, the substitution of social pressures for self-imposed restraint, the preposterous pursuit of perpetual youth, the belief that it is never too late to have a happy childhood, the pity party as the focus of human interest--yes, in the present age you need an antidote: The elitist, libertarian, prejudiced, classically educated, detached, charming, witty, cosmopolitan writer of near-perfect prose., Albert Jay Nock. Here you have him at his best. And his best is very good indeed.


A look at a vanished age and way of life. Read this to see just how much the Jews have stolen from you, and let it whet your resolve to resist.
 

nukeisreal

AltReich
Old World Underground
Personally I dislike reading as it can often be used as an escape from reality, especially fiction, instead of to better inform actions in reality.

I remember starting to read Culture of Critique and simply getting bored, thinking "what am I doing, I could be doing something more productive instead, and even if I read everything about the Jews I'm still not in a position of power to change anything", and I dropped it.

So when I do read, I make sure the benefits are sufficient to outweigh the time used reading, so the content has to be valuable and information dense, so basically almost no fiction/history. Some of the best, free stuff I read that fit that criteria:

Core concepts of Propertarianism by Eli Harman.

Was pleased to see Kaczynski's manifesto already recommended, would second that.

The Fate of Empires is a nice short text on society's cycles. There is also a set of paintings, Course of Empire, on the same topic.

Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars is possibly kind of kooky and I didn't understand it in full, but still think it's worth a read.

I also remember this blog has some excellent essays, this being one of the best: http://thewaywardaxolotl.blogspot.com/2014/02/we-cannot-transcend-evolution.html, though I haven't read it in a year or two now, and the guy isn't exactly /ourguy/ but he's pretty based.

I only started reading Might is Right recently and it looks pretty good in this department so far, too.
 

Kalli

ᚲᚨᛊ ᛋᛇ ᚠᛁᛏᛏᛗᚦᛟ
Old World Underground
Has anybody said The Art of War yet? It's good, and it's one of those books that seems to say different things each time you read it.

I like to listen to fiction audiobooks when I play vidya at night after the house goes to sleep. The faggiest book that I actually liked was The Alchemist. Total soccer mom book.
 

Rum Pilot

Regular-Type Dude
iWoz was pretty good, especially if you're into engineering. It made me realize how much Steve Wozniak really mattered to Apple. All we ever hear about is that jerk Steve Jobs. But the Woz was the brains behind Apple.

He was/is a hippie-dippie type, but seems like a nice and reaaaaaaalllly smart guy. The part where he made a totally-hardware-based video game - no programming needed - is pretty mind-blowing.

I'm happy if I can just fix a lawnmower.
 

x9552y

New member
Resistance and Persuasion
Eric S. Knowles, Jay A. Linn
(PDF should be available if you google it)

Welfare, Ethnicity, and Altruism
Frank Kemp Salter
(Available on z-lib.org)

It was already mentioned, but The Fate of Empires is a great read, short and interesting.
 

qanon

Administrator
Staff member
Career Poster
Old World Underground
Sprawl trilogy by William Gibson.
I'm going to express an opinion unpopular to the point of being nearly heretical.

I think the Bridge trilogy is better than the Sprawl trilogy.
 

Thogrim

The Emperor protects
Old World Underground
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.
THE ENTIRE HORUS HERESY

 

Quinnotaur

Giant rapey sea-beast
Old World Underground
On the topic of Jews everyone should read separation and its discontents. I know everyone prefers culture of critique and I can understand why. But separation is the second book in the series and explains Jews building ethnic enclaves inside host nations and how they acted like parasites. It goes into events in history from the inquisition to the third reich and shows all those movements were just reactions to Jews being cunts.

For fiction I guess everyone should read lord of the rings and the hobbit. Unless you live in the UK and you will be stuck in your house for the rest of your life. In that case you will have plenty of time to start reading the wheel of time series.
I liked The Wheel of Time but now that I have answered the WQ it's so fucking gynocentric, I just can't even finish them.
 

anti-barabas-ite

Active member
the KJV Bible.

anything Len Dieghton
Silas marner
Dirt , the erosion of civilizations
fat chance
pure, white and deadly.
anything about Victor Schaugberger
The Formation of vegatable mould through the action of Worms. By darwin
 

BlackDogSin

LONG LIVE JESUS CHRIST!
I liked The Wheel of Time but now that I have answered the WQ it's so fucking gynocentric, I just can't even finish them.
I read that whole series years ago. I got bored with it halfway through and just starting skipping past all the minor POV characters which were generally irrelevant to the story and pretty gay. A lot fantasy is gynocentric to the point of absurdity, I just started avoiding books with female protagonists, since they were always incredibly cringe. The last fantasy book I ever bought was traitor’s blade, and it was so gynocentric that I started pirating books from then on. I decided I was not paying these authors a dime unless they proved to me they deserved it.

If you like wheel of time you’ll probably like this. Has some egalitarian nonsense like women fighting, but it’s written by a Croatian so it’s actually not in your face and it’s generally a minor background detail. It’s also been posted for free online by the author and 700k words long.

 

Einsatzgroyper

Well-known member
If you like wheel of time you’ll probably like this. Has some egalitarian nonsense like women fighting, but it’s written by a Croatian so it’s actually not in your face and it’s generally a minor background detail. It’s also been posted for free online by the author and 700k words long.
This is quite a bit of a different animal, but if you're looking for some fantasy that's atmospheric and relies on beautiful prose, I recommend you give this a try. With characters names like Steerpike, Flay, Sourdust and Dr. Prunesquallor, Mervyn Peake is sort of like Tolkien meets Dickens and they write a unique book that is almost entirely character-driven, with Gormenghast Castle becoming a character of its own.

https://www.amazon.com/Gormenghast-...=1&keywords=gormenghast&qid=1589755272&sr=8-1
 
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