Message from Dr. Ron /Pol/ in Nick Fuentes Server #book-talk
Well the ones filmed at the Berghof are
huh apparently ive been on this video before, because im 4 minutes in
its a timestamp
Maybe I was 4 minutes in when I copied the link.. boomer tech
oh haha, I thought it was on my end
I've quite a few audio readings and text to voice stuff such as this one:
The American reading list looks quite good
im not interested in the german or other ones
but american third position looks interesting
nazism is an old meme
whats a good book on ww1 that is completely truthful and has no sneaky lies
Storm of steel but I imagine you're looking for a historical analysis?
Storm of Steel is good, can recommend
From storm of steel
Who else wants a Assad Cardboard cutout?
"Rage-Goddess, sing the rage of Peleus' son Achilles, murderous, doomed, that cost the Achaeans countless losses, hurling down to the House of Death so many sturdy souls..."
Eco-Fascism Reading List
no uncle ted?
i guess he wasn't really a fascist
Industrial Society and it's Future is on there
What version of storm of steel did you guys get? I hear the most popular one has a lot of revision
Also anyone know any good books about colonization/imperialism?
@Hans Here's the link to the version I bought, generally reliable, no agenda. I always skip the translator's introduction however, I don't like people to interpret the book for me. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Storm-Steel-Penguin-Modern-Classics/dp/0141186917
As far as books on colonization go it kind of depends on what you're going for, if you want to read about colonial history then I can personally recommend "A History of New Sweden" by Israel Acrelius. It's a great book about the Swedish american colony on the Delaware river at the height of the Swedish Empire.
I would also recommend taking a look at the 'Forgotten Books' website, they have a whole bunch of great publications, histories and ethnographical surveys during the times of Empire , as well as I think some East India Company records and publications
Ill have to check that out. Thanks for the response brother
Any time brother
"Particles decay, molecules disintegrate, cells die, organisms perish, species become extinct, planets are destroyed and stars burn-out, galaxies explode… until the unfathomable thirst of the entire universe collapses into darkness and ruin. Death, glorious and harsh, sprawls vast beyond all suns, sheltered by the sharp flickerlip of flame and silence, cold mother of all gods, hers is the deep surrender. If we are to resent nothing-not even nothing-it is necessary that all resistance to death cease. We are made sick by our avidity to survive, and in our sickness is the thread that leads back and nowhere, because we belong to the end of the universe. The convulsion of dying stars is our syphilitic inheritance. The name ‘Bataille’ loosely congeals a message from the dead heart of the real, and anything human is quite incidental here. Matter signals to its lost voyagers, telling them that their quest is vain, and that their homeland already lies in ashes behind them. If there is a conclusion it is zero. Silence. Words continue as something else, as something in any case, or at most; the edge of something (of all things). Yet there is nothing but chaos, even if chaos (alone) is the repressed. Unilateral difference. That is why a revolution must be a zenith of competence nucleated upon burning insanity, since anarchy and utter surrender only connect in a religion of death. Thanocracy, anarchy are undifferentiable at zero, and a human being without desperation escapes my comprehension. Being created in the image of God, we mean nothing to ourselves, and want only the inhuman. They are right to say that in trafficking these words I correspond to a zone of Nietzsche’s maximum detestation; vermin, disease, madness, anarchy, and religion flow through me as through their own space."
https://www.amazon.com/Decline-West-Abridged-Oswald-Spengler/dp/1400097002 thinking about getting this