Category: Books

The New Right

A sort-of explanation of the New Right and some of its more prominent characters. It’s interesting, but the author spends a bit too much effort espousing his own ideas rather than the ones the book is supposedly about.

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Cuckservative

In explaining the new swear word that the Right hates and the Left refuses to use, Vox Day explains the origins of what is called the ‘Alt-Right,’ and just how much mainstream conservatives suck.

Enter the Zone

This book saved my life. In the mid-90s my health was going downhill fast, and no number of doctors could come up with a reason why. Just by random I picked this book up at an airport, and decided to give it a try.

Suicide of the West

Almost the same title as Death of the West, but a completely different premise. The authors of each book don’t like each other.

Churchill, Hitler, and the Unnecessary War

When he was asked in 1939 what the new war ought to be called, Winston Churchill replied, “The Unnecessary War.” This is an extremely daring look at the events that led to WWII and why it didn’t have to happen.

A World Without Cancer

Has a natural cure for cancer already been found? Although this book and its finding have been widely renounced in medical circles, I’m not so sure, and I’m acting on its advise just in case. So far so good.

On the Trail of the Assassins

Only one court case was ever brought to trial regarding the assassination of JFK. This is the tale of that investigation and its aftermath. A riveting read.

The Balfour Declaration

The origins of the Middle-East conflict in a nut-shell. Meddling Europeans and scheming Zionists get together to ensure mayhem for centuries.

The Roosevelt Myth

FDR is often listed as one of America’s best Presidents, but this book makes him out as one of the worst. The man who put the “great” in the Great Depression, helped start WWII, and gave half of Europe to the Communists.

Dreadnaught

A very impressive history of how the quest to build bigger and better battleships led to the beginning of WW1. Contains an incredible amount of detail on the personalities of the time.

Under the Sign of the Scorpion

Banned in more than one country, this is an alternative look at events that lead up to the Russian Revolution, the Bolshevik takeover, and who was to blame. Umm, let me give you a hint, it rhymes with “news.”

Blacklisted By History

What if Joseph McCarthy was right all along? What if the US government had been infiltrated by communists and communist sympathizers? Well, here is the evidence…