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They are ones I have done myself.
That is pretty much all copy and paste
Although I do think it would be good if someone wanted to go the extra mile and actually write a review of the books they worked on.
I have a mega link with a ton of right wing books in PDF form if anyone wants it.
I'll DM it.
Do y’all think Ian Smith’s “The Great Betrayal” would be a good read?
Opinion on the John Birch Society?
@SamanthaM Anything associated with William F Buckley automatically gets demerits in my book. I don't know too much about the JBS, though
I never heard that, but the guy is a deep state-excusing freak. The Far-Leftists have an excellent term: C.H.U.D.
Describes Globalists, Deep State, etc
Brilliant. Gonna have to start using that
@Jacob had the good idea to change our name and server picture to try to avoid the discord purge. This channel took me quite some time to build, but if it gets deleted, I'll remake it and somehow get you guys the link.
Yes, my posterior is most definitely the most intellectually gifted region of my body. Your point?
Lmao😂 as my hubby would say - "Better than being dumbass" lol😉😆
My dad used to say, "I'd rather be a smartass than a dumb shit". My dad is cooler than you, because he taught me the best lame jokes.
Lol,style,lame jokes and all,lol😉🤣
Book give-away. DM if interested
You're all set, @Gene Fillmore.
Please feel free to join us Mondays at 8p EST for book discussions. We are currently reading White Identity by Jared Taylor.
If you have any questions, feel free to DM me or another <@&393557365972271106>.
Perfect, great server, I'll be looking forward to reading through all of the recommendations tonight.
Feel free to add some recommendations in their respected categories!
What are the best/most inspirational biographies y’all have ever read? @here
I'm about to read one on Thomas Francis Meagher, an Irish nationalist.
I really enjoyed Andrew Jackson's biography
As Far As My Feet Will Carry Me is a really intense/inspirational story about a German solider escaping a Soviet gulag. There is some speculation if it's 100% authentic, but it's a good book.
Thank you, friends
@CarletonJ Have you seen the movie? If so is it worth watching?
@Aleis⊕ccidentalis I haven't. I tend to try to avoid movies based on books. They seem to try to fit an entire book into a few hours and it kind of ruins it for me.
@CarletonJ Understandable...most times the movie will not live up to the book
@Aleis⊕ccidentalis if you end up watching it and it's worth it, let me know!
Ya'll need to put this towards the top of your reading list.
One of the best books I have read in a while (and I read a lot)
Can anyone recommend a book on the Council on Foreign Relations. Thanks!!
haven't read it but had it in my stash
maybe a bit old (1962) but could also give interesting insight into the poltical landscape then.
probably many warnings of things that have indeed taken place
You're right. That would take us back to the height of the Cold War paranoia, when neoconservatism was beginning to infect the Republican establishment.
Was Kissinger ever a CFR member?
He was a heavy-hitter back then
he's listed on pg 131
Perfect. Lol, that would be the ultimate infiltration project.
"Hello fellow globalists"
written 3 years before 1965 Hart-Cellar, may have to give it a read myself
Definitely let me know what you think!
I'll start it today. Much appreciated!
has anyone read "White Power" by Commander George Lincoln Rockwell? My copy arrived today and I'm starting to read it
That sounds interesting
Tell me how it goes
Will do. I'm looking forward to reading it
and when I'm done I'm gonna get Commander Rockwell's other book, This Time the World
@TV Whatup dude, welcome to the server. Please try to make it to our Book of the Month discussion tomorrow night at 8 est
Thanks. Will do. Was going to be at the last one but discord banned my account
@everyone A few people are busy today because of conference preparations, but I'll still lead discussion if anyone is interested. Let's allow a few minutes for voice to fill up.
It should be clear by now that whatever Americans say about diversity, it is
not a strength. If it were a strength, Americans would practice it spontaneously.
It would not require “diversity management” or anti-discrimination laws. Nor
would it require constant reminders of how wonderful it is. It takes no
exhortations for us to appreciate things that are truly desirable: indoor plumbing,
vacations, modern medicine, friendship, or cheaper gasoline.
@everyone is anyone here experienced in playwrighting? If you are please DM me
Linden is brand new. I interviewed him. Ah good.
I'm big in the books.
Recently finished Rules for Radicals
I have Archeofuturism right in front of me too.
You're welcome to join in on book of the month discussions even if you've already read a book, or if you haven't read it and just want to join in.
Wow you guys are really organized. I wish I had stuck around.
In fact, people who have already read the book are especially encouraged to join in on discussion
It's called reading-top to bottom-left to right group words together into sentences.
@johnnyc we're just here to put it on our goodreads tally for status in the ethnostate. No one actually reads, don't be a tryhard.
Hello @everyone, sorry for my lack of presence on this server, I just got back from the IE conference. I wanted to mention that I had a great conversation with Jared Taylor about our group we have here and that we thoroughly enjoyed his book - White Identity. He is very proud of all of us.
Also, he watches anime. This is confirmed.
That's how he became fluent in Japanese.
"Living there" is a cover.
And he was raised in Japan so that part of the culture probably is part of his youth lol
I'm not much into anime, but he seriously named off a list. The only ones I could remember were death note, something moon, spirited away, ponyo, full metal alchemist, and various others.
He enjoys watching anime with his daughter
Fullmetal alchemist is the shit
Death Note 💯
Light Yagami did nothing wrong
Grave of the Fireflies is my favorite animu
Don't insult my tastes
Also, he told me his favorite and what he considered to be one of the most important chapters in his book was Chapter 4 "The Science of Human Nature"
He grew up in Japan, so he has an excuse
>Implying you need an excuse to watch animu
Is JT an honorary white person?
Spirited Away is a great film
@ChillS New slogan of the server. "You don't need an excuse to watch anime"
Spirited away has great esoteric wisdom
Also, as an aside, I'd like to mention that my favorite anime is Puella Magi Madoka Magica
We need a separate anime server.
Anyone watch Hetalia?
It had so much potential, and they wasted it on silly little skits
It's pretty much tumblr-tier, in my opinion
And yes, we do need a separate anime channel
@ANACHR0N1SM Yeahhh, but it was also super cute. Good way of introducing history.
I suppose so, for people that know not the slightest thing about history (which I guess is most people these days)
Lol, tumblr-tier. Going to start using that.
It's one of my favorite descriptors, but it doesn't get used much, because there are not many things that are truly deserving of it
*Most of Pinterest*
Pinterest is basically just tumblr for people that don't understand how the internet works
Which is why nearly all of it is cancer, just like tumblr
I actually used to run a history page on tumblr back in the day; it was themed on different tanks of WWII
Fascinating. Do you still have the page?
I put a lot of effort into it for a little while, even did a weekly post that I called "Tank of the Week" where I would essentially do a mini-report on some rare or interesting tank that people didn't really know much about
I stopped running it a few years back because it was taking too much time, and I received a message from tumblr warning me about posting "content that encourages or glorifies Nazism", because I had done a post praising the Panther II design and what had led up to it
No, I don't; I got rid of it because I didn't want it to be traceable to me somehow 😦
Felt like Old Yeller getting rid of it tbh
That's terrible. Sorry to hear it. Unfortunately, anything related to the *other side* is considered an endorsement.
Yeah, I know. There were a couple guys that I was friends with on the site that were somewhat similar to me, and had their own pages where they would just post pictures of different stuff, so they were able to stay under the radar because they weren't writing anything that was their own thought about the past
Does anyone have an opinion on E. Michael Jones? Finished his book "Degenerate Moderns." Although the work is well documented and reasonable, he may come off as a 'conspiracy theorist.' Is this someone who would be worth citing in debates?
I've read one his books and know what you mean. If I was going to cite him in debates i would look into his sources. Overall though, his conclusions make sense, even if every source isn't accurate
@TV That's a good tactic. He's got a lot of sources, so it shouldn't be a problem. Which book did you read?
Libido Dominandi. I can't say enough good things about it.
@CarletonJ It's fantastic. Great analysis of the way (mainly Jewish) revolutionaries have influenced modern culture.
@TV Great. I bought it, but never got around to starting. What were some of your impressions?
I'll get back to you on that when I have more time to write in depth. It made me understand that a strong value system is the key to freedom, which is a concept that has been grossly distorted by various "liberation" movements
That makes it sound really boring but it's actually fascinating. He gives many examples throughout history and breaks down different liberation movements, exposing the twisted intentions behind them and how they spread. It's also a history of how sex has been used as a method of control.
Hey friends, I'm doing some research on warrior philosophy and looking around for general books on self-discipline and martial mindsets, I was wondering if anyone would be able to suggest any relevant books?
@Gene Fillmore I would suggest looking at Julius Evola's "Metaphysics of War" as well as some of the works of Ernst Junger such as "Storm of Steel" and "On Pain." I haven't gotten around to reading these books myself yet but they're very high on my list and from what I understand they deal with topics very similar to the ones you're interested in.
On Pain is very meaningful. Short, but every sentence seems to count.
I've heard really good things about Junger, especially about the material he wrote in the interwar period. I'd like to get into his books over the summer when I'm free from school
There seems to be a lot of great material on this subject from Japan.
He's a favorite of mine, some of his best work hasn't even been translated into english yet, unfortunately.
Hagakure, Yamamoto Tsunetomo
Book of Five Rings, Miyamoto Musashi
Ecce Homo, Friedrich Nietzsche
Art of War, Sun Tzu
The Unfettered Mind, Takuan Sōhō
The Code of the Samurai: A Modern Translation, Daidōji Yūzan
Liji (The Book of Rites), Confucius
Life of Lycurgus, Plutarch
On War, Carl von Clausewitz
The Teachings of Don Juan, Carlos Castaneda
Sun and Steel, Yukio Mishima
Dokkōdō, Miyamoto Musashi
The Analects, Confucius
Havamal, Hermann Pálsson
On Duty, Marcus Tullius Cicero
Meditations, Marcus Aurelius
The Prince, Niccholo Machiavelli
On Pain, Ernst Junger
The Book of the Courtier, Baldassare Castiglione
The Maxims of Ptahhotep
Handbook of a Christian Knight, Desiderius Erasmus
The Way of the Fight, Georges St-Pierre
This is the current reading list I have, some of it I've read, other things I'd really like to find a copy of.
@Gene Fillmore Great list. I've got about half if you're interested in a temporary book swap. What are you looking for?
What's the next book being read for the discussions?
Thank you! Maybe I can brush off my literature degree and learn a thing or two.
rules for radicals
You can find all of the information on the book of the month in <#393247901545005056>
But yeah, it's rule for Radicals
We start it in a few weeks.
you can find a pdf of it online as well
If anyone doesn't think they will have a physical copy by then, please DM me and I'll get you taken care of.
Woops. Didn't mean to pin lol
So Rules for Radicals,by whom? Starting when abouts? (still finishing other)
saul alinsky is the author
Red and white cover,yes? Just found off thrift books
3 cheers for leftist jews!
Despite that, it's an important book.
Want to make sure i have right 1 before i buy it
Celtic yes it's S. Alinksy. The hard copy I have is consistent with the cover you're describing.
Yes,thanks just dm'd @CarletonJ carletonand confirmed,ordered,hopefully will get in time😉
I just found this book in my school library. Sounds like it might be interesting.
You're all set
@Tanner - SC You're all set. Welcome to the IE Literature Club. Feel free to DM with any questions.
Finishing up the rest of White Identity.
Check out what I just got in the mail
lol you just got it?
Yeah, apparently the order got lost, so I brought it up to him at the conference when I gave him a donation
We should do that for book of the month someday
Dude, Jared is such a great guy
i am having trouble getting voice to work on my phone
Even in countries with few jews (Ukraine, Bulgaria, FYROM) have lots of issues with corruption
pietism and protestantism really improved the parts of E Euro that they went into
"I ast Ruf could she bring it ovah to Tom crib." (SE: I asked Ruth if/whether she could bring it over to Tom's place.)
From an example page at Stanford
"She BIN had dat han'-made dress" (SE: She's had that hand-made dress for a long time, and still does.)
It's actually unintelligible
I have a bit of experience with it; my mother was a teacher in an inner-city school and had a class full of third graders that had been held back at least twice
Didja axe dem whah de tink?
Asking for an axe emoji
have they really lessened?
do you have proof?
i am referring to the linguistic gap between modern blacks and blacks from the 60's or whateevr
Can someone post the link to the paper with the black children of the 1%?
@Jacob just to be clear we are supposed to read up to "Of Means and Ends" or through it?
I started reading the book last night, I'm only 20 pages in but did anyone else crack up at the judge and lawyer story?
"Fuck you, Campbell."
Sounds like the lawyers got shut down
Well he was making a point about how they failed to make change through their actions.