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CarletonJ 2017-12-22 02:14:50

If We Do Nothing by Jared Taylor


CarletonJ 2017-12-22 03:57:22

Archeofuturism by Guillaume Faye


CarletonJ 2017-12-22 04:13:52

The Fall of Western Man by Mark Collett


CarletonJ 2017-12-23 01:35:42

Making Europe Unconquorable by Gene Sharp


CarletonJ 2017-12-23 01:39:23

Homo Americanus by Tomislav Sunic


CarletonJ 2017-12-23 02:48:50

Democracy: The God That Failed by Hans-Hermann Hoppe


Tron 2017-12-28 17:04:46


Tron 2017-12-28 17:09:38

This book is full of observant, provocative, and punchy essays. I agree with nearly everything he says. I think he puts the burden of guilt on Christians too much in his essay Why Christianity Can’t Save Us but it’s still a thought provoking one. His essay, A White Nationalist Memo to White Male Republicans is brilliant and a great piece of literature to make your more rational normie-con buddies read. I’ll post it in <#393247992939020288>

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StrawberryArmada 2018-01-31 17:46:48

@here If anyone can recommend works, especially modern ones, that examine monarchy, fascism, natsoc (if that's allowed), and democracy I'd really appreciate it. They can be critiques or advocations or just analysis. It's alright if they're from the 19th century or something. If you want you can send them to me via DM or post somewhere

Tron 2018-01-31 17:49:56

@StrawberryArmada I know I’ve been Mosley-posting lately, but his autobiography, My Life, has a lot of great reflection on the greater Fascist movement

StrawberryArmada 2018-01-31 17:50:52

I believe I've read something by him like 100 points on fascism or something to that effect

StrawberryArmada 2018-01-31 17:51:11

But yes his autobiography will do well

CarletonJ 2018-01-31 18:59:53

I think it's called Fascism: 100 questions asked and answered

Tron 2018-01-31 19:17:25

That’s one. He also wrote The Greater Britain which gives a pretty good outline.

D_R_K_V 2018-02-01 22:56:47

For modern works, anything by Carl Schmitt is good if you want a critique of liberalism and parliamentary democracy from a pro-authoritarian, fascistic point of view. I'd recommend Concept of the Political, it's short and persuasive. Overnight I became more or less a fascist.

Neoptolemos 2018-02-02 03:13:11

I second the Carl Schmitt recommendation. *Concept of the Political* is definitely one of the most essential works of political philosophy

Deleted User 2018-02-09 00:09:42

@StrawberryArmada Lightning and the Sun but that may be too esoteric. And obviously Doctrine of Fascism by Il Duce

StrawberryArmada 2018-02-11 17:24:45

This text contains what exist of Cicero's *On The Commonwealth* a work that was highly influential on classical republicanism.

StrawberryArmada 2018-02-11 17:34:23

http://www.earlymoderntexts.com/authors/rousseau This is Rousseau's *The Social Contract*

Deleted User 2018-04-12 04:31:10

@Tron I just started digging into details of Mosley within the last couple of days. Have you seen ( I know TV is not the same as a book ) the David Frost interview of him?

Tron 2018-04-18 03:44:28

@Deleted User Depends on what you’d like to know. I like starting from a figure’s point of view, so I’d read his books The Greater Britain and My Life (autobiography). A really well detailed biography of him is called Blackshirt, but Stephen Dorril, the author pulls the whole “muh racist bigot” pretty often. If you’re used to digging through bs it’s a good read though

Deleted User 2018-04-18 03:48:09

@Tron Thanks. Yeah, I can bear the normal muh racist bs. I really enjoy the speeches, probably partly because of the accent. The thing that struck me about the Frost interview is he had that asshole in the audience trying to shout him down the whole time. Reminded me of Spencer's recent speeches, as far as the opposition tactics.

Tron 2018-04-18 03:55:24

@Deleted User He was an amazing orator. Probably the best of his era in Britain. When he was in parliament in his twenties, everybody (including his fellow politicians thought he’d eventually be Prime Minister.
That’s until he gave himself fully to his convictions of course and ZOG turned against him

Deleted User 2018-04-18 04:10:28

No surprise on that last part

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Deleted User 2018-06-02 22:11:28

Y'all have probably been over this book at some point already, but these passages are really interesting

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