Message from Metaphysical Monarchist in Nick Fuentes Server #book-talk

2018-05-31 18:38:50 UTC  

The profileration of plastic and its consequences have been a disaster for the human race.

2018-06-01 01:34:47 UTC  

In Suicide of a Superpower Buchanan calls out the West for "abandoning" Ian Smith in Rhodesia and South Africa

2018-06-01 01:34:51 UTC  


2018-06-01 03:51:42 UTC  

Need good books on mythology

2018-06-01 03:52:10 UTC  

And has anyone read Birth of the West?

2018-06-01 04:31:12 UTC  

Ian Smith did nothing wrong

2018-06-01 09:58:24 UTC  

Lady Gregory's Irish mythology is the definitive book on the subject @Deleted User

2018-06-04 16:07:47 UTC  

Tfw your friends won't read Kaczynski because he bombed some people

2018-06-06 18:37:51 UTC  

@Solipsistic Vinarchy Said you liked Buchanan you read the Uneccesssary War

2018-06-06 23:53:35 UTC  

Fellas losing the reading motivation

2018-06-06 23:53:42 UTC  

How do you keep it up when you’re not feeling it

2018-06-07 00:47:02 UTC  

take a break

2018-06-07 00:47:13 UTC  

or get a book that really fascinates you

2018-06-07 00:47:21 UTC  

even better if its a short one

2018-06-07 03:16:16 UTC  

Just got my hands on The American Caesar, about Douglas MacArthur

2018-06-07 12:55:00 UTC  

he was a badass

2018-06-07 12:55:05 UTC  


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2018-06-07 12:57:56 UTC  

He or Patton, rather than Eisenhower should've ran for President tbh

2018-06-07 14:04:10 UTC

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2018-06-07 14:04:24 UTC  

On trade and China

2018-06-15 21:45:55 UTC  

Has anyone here read The Vanishing American Dream by Virginia Abernathy

2018-06-16 23:00:55 UTC  

Virgin 1984 vs Chad Brave New World

2018-06-16 23:01:09 UTC  

@Trumpster1899 no is it good

2018-06-17 01:22:16 UTC  

Yes I am currently reading it, it illustrates the problem of mass immigration, population pressure, social cohesion etc.

2018-06-17 01:22:39 UTC  

It's a really detailed book, citing hundreds of research studies

2018-06-18 01:05:34 UTC  


2018-06-18 15:12:16 UTC  

@sbbu Good starting point if you’re serious

2018-06-18 15:12:19 UTC  

Hitler's Monsters: A Supernatural History of the Third Reich

2018-06-19 16:49:05 UTC  

I'm reading a book series at the moment on napoleon it's the best of read on him yet . It's by Michael briers the first book is called soldier of destiny it really moves the histography if napoleon forward in a big way

2018-06-19 16:49:45 UTC  

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2018-06-19 18:09:39 UTC  

@GG The Rat King does focus more on biography or napoleonic wars?

2018-06-19 18:09:43 UTC  

i need some reccs for the wars

2018-06-20 01:11:39 UTC  

@Callaghan iv read a good bit on him before and it's mainly focused on napoleon so it covers more the parts of the wars he's involved with so the seige of toulon , the Italian campaigns in the 2nd and 3d wars of the coalition's and invasion of Egypt after that napoleon's in full control so it in detail covers all the subsequent wars

2018-06-20 01:17:03 UTC  

@Callaghan the book uses a large database of napoleon s letter to bring alot of new context to him, many historians either turn napoleon into a 1d villian or a saint a this new series of books I find does about to scrutinise these and give a clear picture if your looking for more military history maybe try David g chandler he's English so he might be abit biased but he served in the army briefly so he come at it with that type of view

2018-06-20 01:28:05 UTC  

@GG The Rat King where does he stand on the great man theory? tolsoty shits on it all the time

2018-06-20 21:10:12 UTC  

@Callaghan well he doesn't really hold to it but he's isn't a massive critics of it either , I'm a big fan of napoleon but Tolstoy trash him and the great man theory relentlessly but I still enjoyed his work war and peace no-one writes like Tolstoy and his russian view is quite intresting

2018-06-20 21:13:21 UTC  

@Callaghan my view of it is napoleon was a genius but without the wealth of talented administrators and generals that came up with him during the revolution he would have been very limited in what he could do . Take someone like his chief of staff Bierther he was in some ways essential to napoleon and you can sense napoleon's loss of him in the Waterloo campaign where his organisational skills where surley missed

2018-06-21 00:48:00 UTC  

@GG The Rat King Thanks, I'm about halfway through war and peace now so im looking for more books on the war and napoleon. Any others you like?