Message from Solipsistic Vinarchy in Nick Fuentes Server #book-talk
@shinjitsu If Winston Smith was ultimately brainwashed like the rest of the proles and the outer party, it makes no sense that he wouldn't have already been sufficiently conditioned to begin with, like the rest of them. It seems like Orwell's premise, which was that humans are fundamentally and totally programmable, butted up against the need to have a protagonist in the book.
@Barry White I disagree I think the idea was that everyone has some varying degree to how easy it will be to program them, and they choose Winston as a case of someone who is very hard to get control of. They even have a system built in to catch these people who are hopeful for revolution
And he does get programmed at the end when he finally gets killed
the other is just a basic overview by some doctor
and its more of a pamphlet
but seems like a good overview
this is my next secret project
in 3 yrs you will see william blake becoming a popular cultural icon
look for it, it takes time but we will blend the sweet and sour of th eold ways again
@scorch if you really want to improve you’re life read Ebola if you need a primer start with a handbook for right wing youth
thoughts on evola?
ebola he says wew
A philosopher every young European man should read
Not even the book talk channel is sacred
Currently reading Suicide of a Superpower
next is Dreamland by Sam Quiones (on the opioid epidemic)
then I have Stone's Rules and 33 Strategies of War in my shopping cart for when im ready
Also looking into Art of War
its a classic
I was looking into this one book called First Rate Madness
it links mental illness to good leadership
and sounds fascinating
it discusses how having a normie squarehead type of person cant think outside the box during a crisis
you have anything on psychology?
I was actually thinking about getting Jerome Corsi's "Killing the Deep State"
its probably wild
about the FBI spying on Trump during the campaign
Yeah Propaganda seemed dry
I was thinking about getting it