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Herr Goad must be reported to a higher authority (if there is one over the New York Times (2), White Christian based people may not all be blessed (2), death (2), disturbingly (2), there appear to be points of view in conflict with its pronouncements from on high - there might (I feel faint) be other versions of the truth and (2), Michelangelo (2), and shockingly (2), as always (2), News Bulletin for the New York Times - indeed (2), no love (2), and (2), Oh (2), rape (2), witty (2), drugs (2), Muslims (2), Catholics (2), self-absorbed (2), money (2), rich (2), culture (2), France (2), disease (2), please. (2), religion (2), don't you know. (2), philosophy (2), too. (2), maybe. (2), Lee (2), their nation (1), their society. Mr. Reitz strained and suffered and starved for about 3 long years - all in an attempt to protect his homeland from the encroachment of the Rand Lords intent upon extracting the natural wealth of South Africa for the European Bankers - to n (1), both trained and able to defend themselves. Prediction: Greb kayos Thompson in round one. (1), Mr. Auster is one of those authors that critics love to love. It is difficult to know what the hell is going on in his stories and (1), it was sufficient cause to maim and incapacitate them - when we were 18 to 25 this was cool - but no mas - Mssrs. Smith and Wesson would be a good antidote for the likes of Geoff Thompson. Didn't finish it - quit about 100 pages in. It would be fascinatin (1), as a nation (1), Boer Second War with English 1899. Amazing what people will endure for what they really believe in - their god (1), A lifeless rendition of the career of a talented man. (1), goddamnit. (1), but who use it to share in your propserity. There is one immutable rule of life - competition. Either you fight for your country (1), for your children (1), and genius and Bradbury is at the top of the list of great SF writers. (1), Bradbury the Wonderful. Science Fiction between 1935 and 1970 was unsurpassed in its innovation (1), and search and read and learn. The Internet is the answer - use it and walk toward the light. Read Carol Quiggley - now (1), for your god and your principles (1), or you will be replaced. No non-white country on earth preaches or practices diversity. That is pablum for you passive white people. Do something. Do something now or you will (1), shun Hollywood movies (1), within 50 years (1), We never learn. Nothing ever changes. Time and again we are stampeded into war by those who profit from the experience. Our young are murdered and maimed so companies can increase their profits by 100% to 1000%. Smedley Butler was a real man - a decorated (1), cease to exist as a people (1), and as free citizens of a nation of your creation. Act or die. (1), White people wake up. War of the most insidious type is being waged against you by your own representatives. Principles and precepts created only by you are employed against you by people who despise your ethos (1), A poorly written and disjointed book about one of the premier pugilists of all time - Harry Greb - from that period of time when men were men - and Harry Greb was a man amongst men - an 160 pounder who regularly fought guys who weighed 185 pounds or more (1), that being the case (1), the Rockefellers and the rest of the cabal of bankers who own (1), Tepid recounting of author's failed attempt to retrace Stanley's incredible journey down the Congo River. The author quit before completing the journey while sniveling about how it was just too hard - think what Stanley went through - and he didn't have a (1), A-historical nonsense about the Apaches. Skip it. Read Eve Ball and Ängie Debo instead. (1), A successful buffalo hunt (aka senseless slaughter) is righteously ruined by the collapse of the market for hides. The point of the book escapes me. Williams writes well and controls his prose adequately (1), I would read something else. (1), but the book lacks compelling characters or scenes or motivations. Boring is the word. Tedious. There are moments of insight but mainly the reader is overwhelmed with endless detail about meaningless things. If I were you (1), Kersey points out all of the traditional traits and peccadilloes of American blacks. Amusing (1), but ultimately pointless. He is writing (1), mainly because he has been told he is not supposed to write the things that he does. If you want to encourage the growth and vigor of an idea or a position - persecution is perfect. This is the side of the news not offered by our controlled (by whom?) med (1), 000 Europeans were enslaved (1), mainly by Muslims in North and Northwest Africa (1), and you hear nary a word about it - it is interesting how some stories are emphasized and others (1), of the same genre (1), the Warburgs (1), the Schiffs (1), are ignored - as if there is a financial or political purpose in highlighting one set of facts over another. And so it goes. (1), for good reasons like they wanted to get into a nightclub but Mr. Thompson didn't want them to enter - so (1), They are incapable of maintaining a functioning (1), modern society: Detroit (1), South Africa - never their fault - never assailed for their complete immorality - we despair at the thought of having to care for them forever - no sign of progress - no likelihood of success - Detroit (1), irrecoverable (1), the Silver Dome sold for $500 (1), 000!!! - nothing to do but to flee. (1), Nothing new here although the author compiles and presents information in an orderly fashion. Sequere pecunium et qui bono - the first (perhaps the only) rule of history in Europe and the Americas since around A.D. 1750 or so. Interesting how little is sa (1), and control the various reserve banks who are highlighted in the book as if they had any independence whatsoever from their banker owners. A better book is Eustaçe Mullins' "The Federal Reserve Conspiracy' - not afraid of the bankers like Ahamed.. (1), there is always an undercurrent of the unknowable - or (1), Stories about ticketless train riders - hobos. Wounded people shirk responsibility - write childish poetry and pen trite songs - no children - outliers without purpose - soylent green candidates. (1), Valuable resourçe material for the boxing fan. Keep by the bedside. (1), Startling look at bases of marketing products and conclusion that America is first and foremost an adolescent society. (1), This was a bit too much about kicking the shit out of people (1), really injuring them terribly (1), like Faulkner (1), whom he really hated (1), stated another way (1), with certain notable exceptions (1), Same old. Some kid is taught how to kill - is sent to Vietnam - he kills peasants for no apparent good reason - comes home - lives out his life as a survivor. (1), A special writer with keen perception. One who is able to strike just the right prose at just the right moment. She is a Katherine Anne Porter (1), Joyce Carol Oates level writer. (1), An in depth analysis of the corrupt and pernicious government teachers monopoly and so-called union - both anti-competition and anti-merit the Teacher's Trust is sucking the life out of the education system to feed its leaders and to sustain the NEA - sec (1), CHOICE CHOICE (1), MERIT (1), MERIT. (1), Beautifully written account of the author's trying experience as a collegiate basketball player at the Citadel - Conroy is really a gifted writer - one of those who (1), every ten pages or so (1), turns out a phrase of beauty or a comment of deep insight and perceptive genius - so sad he has now passed. (1), Leftists undressed Horowitz is an intellect to be reckoned with - no doubt he will be (probably is) denounced as a right winger or an extremist or an anti-semite (even though he is a Jew) - or some other deflective type banner - but (1), ever said or did one thing - not one thing - that was right or just or positive - after the War she was released and lived out her life quietly and without rancor - (1), Over and over and over and over and over again. (1), a bunch of careerist assholes more interested in status than in the effective conduct of combat operations - glad I didn't go - - (1), a country can never have too many 14 year-olds credited with thirty-seven murders - what we worry? (1), Of all the books I have read this is the worst written of the lot - it meanders around and relates boring details and offers little of interest or insight about Buckey O'Neill himself - I forced my way through about 1/3 of the book - but it was not worth (1), Something is missing from this story - Ms. Kelly assiduously avoids the topic of relations between her and the male tribal members - her anodyne portrayal of tribal life leaves one wondering about the true nature of her time with the Sioux - there are som (1), A lack-lustre book about Mills Lane and not so much about the sport of boxing or the many historic fights he worked - - (1), NOT WHAT HIS ENEMIES SAY HE SAID - RATHER - JUST WHAT HE ACTUALLY SAID - AND WHY HE SAID IT - AND HIS PERCEPTION OF WHAT GROUPS HAD WHAT MOTIVATIONS AND DESIRES - IS HE WRONG ABOUT EVERYTHING? - READ IT - IS THERE ANY VALIDITY (EVEN THE SLIGHTEST SCINTILL (1), Let's build a cathedral - - a really well crafted novel about a man's effort to construct a cathedral during those times when that meant something - full of interesting characters and sub-plots to keep it interesting - - (1), One of America's few black intellectuals - who - unfortunately - is ignored by the leftist mass media - but who should be read by every person interested in the story of America - its history (1), its foibles (1), its successes and its people - Mr. Sowell intellectually towers over media darlings like Sharpton and Jackson - - (1), Africans themselves made the slave trade successful and rewarding - they actively gathered and sold their own people to the Europeans in the West and to the Muslims in the East - Africans themselves captured (1), gathered and sold their own people for trinkets and alcohol and firearms - even after Britain and America (and others) ended their slave trades the Africans continued to sell themselves eastward and among themselves - continuing to this very day - - - Afr (1), A Mexican boy - raised by a whiteman - stolen and raised by Apaches - fluent in Apache (1), English and Spanish led a colorful (1), eventful and interesting life - worked for the US Army (Cavalry) - involved in the historic moments of conflict with and capture of the Apaches and others - - a must read for those interested in the history of Arizona - - (1), Bombeck type humor - droll - gently amusing - kind. (1), but let us keep an open border (1), the reader quits giving a damn about 100 pages in - too much work - and to what end - no great truth is revealed - no startling discovery is made - mental onanism for the amusement of the literati. (1), If interested in what Hitler really was (1), Lame effort by L'Amour. (1), A window to the Jew literati and intelligentsia of New York (1), from about 1900 through 1945 (1), and music men. The Marx Brothers (1), the Gershwins (1), Kauffman and Hart (1), et ux. Very talented (1), very self-satisfied (1), very superior and very funny (1), in a smug way (1), and worth reading. This book takes you into the heart of liberal thought as it had developed from Karl Marx to Franklin Roosevelt to Oppenheimer - it is a study (1), as Hugo said about Javert (1), of the evil of doing good. (1), what he really thought (1), and vicious - these guys would make a Mongol Warrior cringe - oh (1), A decent novel about the British in East Africa circa 1900. Tension with the (as always) evil Germans versus the (as always) pure and good English - some interesting hunting scenes - a kind of silly and trite love story between a whore and the protagonist (1), and whether he was really crazy (as opposed to being a product of his times) read this book. It is important to have access to information outside of the usual propaganda which is daily force fed via the Western Media. Keep in mind that people are in pris (1), think about that - in prison for not accepting a particular version of events - as if there is and can be only one version of events) - despite the participation of many groups and identities in those events. Read the book. Think about it. Decide for your (1), he is (until the later pages) winning the war (1), he is among friends (1), foreign diplomats - every indication of veracity is present - he had no reason to lie - he had no reason to fear the use of what he was saying against him - he did not contemplate Nuremberg - one can argue that this is the best available insight into to t (1), No reason to read this book. Stick with his "Propaganda" which is far more illuminating and which explains exactly how we are all controlled by a small group of men dedicated strictly to their own interests. This book contains examples and techniques for (1), but with specific "how to" examples of the tenets of propaganda (which (1), Decent. Interesting about the Kiva. (1), with its soo smart and so hip writers (1), Rape "culture" - is nonsense. Girl talk. Another cultural fairy-tale bites the dust. When you think about feminist dogma remember Eve and Pandora. We live in an effete (1), girl driven society. The backlash is going to be awful. University of Virginia (1), Columbia - all lies - all ravings of well-fed women with too much freedom and too little obligation. (1), Mexico. Ghastly. Monstrous. The drug wars and their participants are out of the 13th century - savagery (1), adventure all just drop into his lap. (1), Too much. Of everything. Vacuous indolence honed to nothingness. Hollow people depraved by prosperity unchastened by adversity. No check on immorality. This is madness. (1), and especially white people. (1), Beautifully written history of Mexico to 1950 (1), actors (1), John Quincy Adams (1), Zinn (1), Sr. (1), William Seward (1), prime ministers (1), Flannery O'Connor (1), by the way (1), Heywood Broun (1), entitled (1), effeminate (1), barbarity (1), George M. Cohan (1), St. Louis (1), Richmond Flowers (1), look in the mirror (1), commentators (1), exaggerate (1), very witty (1), raconteurs (1), as christians (1), operate (1), Kertzer (1), A beautiful book by an obviously thoughtful and caring white man about the life (1), and death of a thoughtful and caring young black man. What a sad and wasted life. Is anyone other than Rob Peace to blame? Probably not. This story recurs in black American life - ghetto - poverty - rejection of all things white (morality (1), put on a pair of stilettos (1), get in the kitchen (1), me (1), George Bernard Shaw (1), and be quiet about it. Oh yeah (1), colleagues (1), woman (1), violence (1), 2 (1), feminist (1), myself (1), finance (1), tiresome (1), hysterical (1), Oberlin (1), Montgomery (1), Haiti (1), demise (1), Baltimore (1), Cassius Marcellus Clay (1), I think (1), so sad (1), Dorothy Parker (1), comedians (1), creations (1), John Brown (1), Eugene O'Neill (1), burglaries (1), William Wilberforce (1), Duke University (1), socialists (1), et al (1), Jefferson County (1), and bake me some pie (1), you ain't special (1), cannibalistic - it's okay and probably won all of the awards for its "brave" (not) attack on all things human (1), Great information source about Arizona. (1), Young man seeks life - ends up in jail - meets interesting people with unusual skills - who become his mentors - he goes with it - thievery (1), burglary - a reader more learned and smarter than many of those around him on the road - experiences prison and torture - comes out smiling but wary - ultimately realizes the emptiness of the life - converts - one of those slice of life books well worth r (1), science (1), Women are much better at erotica than are men. Less crass - more situational and thoughtful (1), and with some moral tension - this is the best bit of erotica I have been able to find - recommended. (1), Thug criminal sociopath who lacked any sense of morality or decency or loyalty. Stupid crime committed by feral people. No plan (1), no desire to control e.g. the numbers racket or whores or politicians - just thuggery - hold-ups (1), rapes (female and male) (1), murders - no profit motive (1), even - just base (1), senseless crime - mother was a disinterested junkie whore - father was a disinterested abuser - society tried and tried and tried to work with him - but he always reverted and preferred and enjoyed abusing other people to even thinking about a jjjjob - he (1), "Good riddance to bad rubbish". When will they ever learn. And so it goes. (1), Hillary Clinton could not be any worse as a person and as a politician and as a candidate for the presidency. She has no soul (1), The current crop of firearms highlighted and priced. (1), no moral code (1), just a burning desire to be the first woman (and a fat ugly woman at that) to be the President - she is old and slow and lacks the vibrancy necessary to work with the cabal which actually controls America - the communist Jew Israeli Bernie Sanders will pr (1), many crimes and misdemeanors over the years as a person and as a facilitator for Billy and as a shill for the financial people who control the presidency and the world. The only worse person would be Trump or Sanders or Cruz or Rubio or anyone else you ca (1), like Yellen and Fishcer. It is time to get out of Dodge City. (1), Boxing history and insight by one of the sport's premier referees - Arthur Mercante - many a great anecdote about his time with the King of Thailand and Ali and the Vandeweghes and Cosell and about the great (1), great fighs like Johannsen v. Patterson (1), Griffith v. Paret - Arguello v Escalera - Ali/Frazier and on and on - it is a don't miss read for the boxing afficiando - like me. (1), don't ask - never feel guilt for having survived - don't indulge emotion - avoid spiritual hypochondria - Gurkhas (Nepalese) - Cupid's measles - everyone had talked a good game - counselling for soldiers (1), puhleese - reality rules. (1), Combat veteran Fraser relates his experience in WW2 Burma campaign - criticizes politically correct babble about feelings and remorse and guilt for what was necessary at the time against a formidable and relentless Asian foe - unacceptable reality as bosh (1), Weakly contrived correspondence between Athenian Themistocles and Persian King Artaxerxes. Suffers from girlish inability to understand men (1), strength - just plain boring and not worth the precious time necessary to read it - especially with so many other tomes from which to choose. Save your time - select something else to read. (1), Space aliens travel to Earth to study the homeland of men - who previously conquered and controlled the universe and then disappeared - basic premise is the evil which is mankind - aggressive (1), no more needs to be said. (1), All you need to know about the companies making firearms. (1), you ain't important (1), - its not like members of Mr. Oshinsky's group were not involved in the Atlantic slave trade when it was lucrative - what about the 30 (1), I wish you the best in your looming lonely life - you thornback you. (1), and you don't mean anything. How about actually doing something for someone else - 297 pages and not a single act of charity or compassion or kindness - me (1), and in five more years no one will want to fornicate with you (1), and then you will really know what it is like to be alone - good luck (1), Westbrook Pegler (1), Fantastic survey and review of the political - as opposed to the artistic - sweep of the Renaissance. An extraordinary lecturer who is passionate about his subject. An explosion of thought (1), emphasize (1), and denounce the conduct of people who were neither as groovy nor as well fed as are they - in their host countries - all of these guys are arm-chair social snipers dedicated to smearing their host countries - they love to fan the flame of white/black but (1), always has been (1), and always will be (1), a rich/poor issue - Vernon Jordan - Oprah - Tiger Woods - Magic Johnson - Dr. Dre are doing just fine (1), Harriet Beecher Stowe - Henry David Thoreau (1), 000 confederate prisoners who died in Yankee prisons during the Civil War - look (1), The English should have retaken Constantinople at the end of World War I - when they had the chance - they missed an opportunity to get even for anno domini 1453 - Limey weaklings - a fascinating place - the crossroads of Europe and Asia intersect. Mr. Pa (1), thank you - whatever happened in 1875 (and we all already know that it was very bad for black people) - this country has for the last 50 years done everything in its power - and spent prodigious amounts of its wealth - to rectify the consequences of past (1), Kate Chopin covered all of this many years ago in a more literate and thoughtful way. Hey Bolick (1), crybaby who is and will remain alone in the world. No one gives a shit if she wants to be alone - go - get thee gone - because your value to society (I know (1), who is that (1), those are people other than you (1), you've probably heard of them) is minimal or nil - sit home (1), and use your steely dan - even if he doesn't agree with you all he'll ever say is mmmmmmm. The joy! (1), war - never matched since by any people. Mr. Bartlettt is a Canadian. (1), Racism Be Bad for Everybody. (1), they underscore (1), David Oshinsky - soul brother of Howard Zinn and Eric Foner and David Israel Kertzer and Eric Hobsbawm - where would we be without them? - their group is ever ready to attack the people who rule in the country in which they reside - to lay open old wounds (1), we can't all just be friends as long as these foreign elements actively and relentlessly play us off against one another - wake American people - wake up right now. Mr. Oshinsky is a Jew as iare or was Foner (1), and Hobsbawm. (1), Nice family. Nice people. Normal white people. The best kind of people who ever lived - - now sadly gone from America. (1)
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