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Fascist and Third Position Books Blackshirt 03/14/2021 (Sun) 18:49:38 ID:8fc792 No. 4
Post good works that you've read and ask for recommendations ITT. BASIC READING LIST National Socialism: >Mein Kampf (Adolf Hitler) The most reliable translations are the Stalag edition and the Thomas Dalton translation. >Hitler's Second Book / Zweites Buch (Adolf Hitler) >The Program of the NSDAP (Gottfried Feder) >The Manifesto for the Breaking of Interest Slavery (Gottfried Feder) >Hitler's Table Talk Black Front / Strasserism: >German Tomorrow by Dr. Otto Strasser >Deutschlands Erneuerung by Dr. Otto Strasser (in German only) Savitri Devi >The Lightning and the Sun (Savitri Devi) >And Time Rolls On (Savitri Devi) >The Impeachment of Man (Savitri Devi) http://www.savitridevi.org/home.html Iron Guard / Romanian Fascism: >For my Legionaries by Corneliu Zelea Codreanu British Union of Fascists (BUF): >Fascism: 100 Questions Asked and Answered (Oswald Mosley) >Tomorrow We Live (Oswald Mosley) >My Life (Oswald Mosley) >Fascism v. jewry (William Joyce) >National Socialism Now (William Joyce) >The Coming Corporate State (A. Raven Thompson) >Spring Comes Again (Jorian Jenks) Italian Fascism: >Origins and Doctrine of Fascism (Giovanni Gentile) >CasaPound Italia platform: https://archive.fo/EN15J Japan >Kokutai no Hongi: Cardinal Principles of the National Entity of Japan Miscellaneous Secondary Literature Worth Reading: By "worth reading" I mean not totally kiked garbage. These are not fascist authors. >The Wages of Destruction (Adam Tooze) >Holy Legionary Youth (Roland Clark) >The Nazi War on Cancer (Robert Proctor) >The Occult Roots of Nazism (Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke) >Black Sun: Aryan Cults, Esoteric Nazism, and the Politics of Identity (Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke) >Japan's Holy War (Walter Skya) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Cultured Thug is also a good YouTube channel for overviews of fascist literature: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/cultured_thug/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFVf_ACP5I8VF5VsmSDQ8tQ Helpful Links: https://sci-hub.tw/ http://gen.lib.rus.ec/ https://archive.org/ https://www.bitchute.com/cultured_thug/
>>2110 Forgot to name them: -Next Leap -A Squire's Trial -Hammer of the Patriot -Path of Gods -Zero Tolerance
>>2105 Honestly I still order almost everything from Amazon. Most of my bad goy books I ordered there a few years ago before they really removed a lot of their good stuff. Some good stuff can still be found there occasionally that they overlook, and barring that I’ve ordered some stuff from Barnes and Noble that Amazon had banned such as Culture of Critique, Rosenberg’s Track of the jew Through the Ages, etc. I haven’t ordered any lit like this in a while though since I really already own the fundamentals but if I were to I’d probably be looking into places like these: https://counter-currents.com/books/ https://www.noontidepress.com https://ostarapublications.com I have yet to have bought *directly* from any of these, but I do own books published by all of these and am happy with their editions, personally. I think you can find a lot of good content there
>>2148 No it isn't, shill elsewhere.
Where can i find the New Awakening Gateway Server? What is it?
Are there any good books on Race? As well as the ones that offer a good rebuttal to all the anti-race retardation.
>>2278 Race and Intelligence The g-Factor by Arthur Jensen Bias in Mental Testing by Arthur Jensen A Troublesome Inheritance by Nicholas Wade The Bell Curve by Richard Herrnstein & Charles Murray Race Differences in Intelligence by Richard Lynn Race Differences in Psychopathic Personality by Richard Lynn Why Race Matters by Michael Levin Race: The Reality of Human Differences by Sarich and Miele RACE by John Baker Race, Evolution and Behavior by J.P. Rushton The End of Racism by Dinesh D’Souza The Testing of Negro Intelligence by Audrey Shuey The Neuroscience of Intelligence by Richard Haier The Affirmative Action Hoax by Steve Farron Making Sense of Heritability by Neven Sesardic Human Biodiversity by Charles Murray Evolutionary Psychology The Evolution of Desire by David Buss A Natural History of Rape by Palmhill and Thorner Understanding Human History by Michael Hart Culture of Critique by Kevin MacDonald General Topics Biology of Personality and Individual Differences by Turhan Cali Race & Sex Differences in Intelligence and Personality by Richard Lynn Same-Sex Parenting Research: A Critical Assessment by Walter R. Schumm
>>2295 Whether you'll understand them properly or not is up to you.
>>2295 >>2296 Thank you so much.
>>2295 >The End of Racism by Dinesh D’Souza >unironically
>>2375 It gives insight on how complete outsiders view the race problem in western countries. And you can be prepared more aptly against outsiders who're better than their own group.
>>2415 You got a good point. But I think said outsiders who are better than their in group can be seen as either one of two things - they are still dumb to think White man is bad. Or they know who truly controls things.
Ben Klassen Nature's Eternal Religion
Gottfried Feder The Programme of The NSDAP
Is Christian theology worth reading to understand god?
>>2738 Maybe some of it, provided that it's actually approaching the matter philosophically and not just dogmatically through quoting scripture. I would not limit yourself to Christian theology though. Many non-Christians have reached many of the same conclusions relating to God, even thousands of years before Christians ever did.
>>2738 You'd learn more by sitting in a secluded spot within a forest for a few hours.
>>2759 Probably true honestly. Meditate somewhere quietly.
>>2738 The Abrahamic worldview of God is retarded since most of it comes from a huge amount of coping and reinterpretation over tons of different eras. Even the Kabbalah is more sensical as it breaks away from kike tradition. Start with the Bhagavad Gita and try to move your way through Plato, and the Avesta.
>>2738 Both >>2759 and >>2776 give good answers. In truth (and Abrahamists hate to admit this), the intellectual foundations of Christian theology are completely built on the works of Plato, Aristotle, Plotinus, etc. and other philosophers of this class. If this was stripped away Christianity would certainly be very, very intellectual impoverished. So to start with the very foundations of philosophy itself is a very good suggestion. In doing this, you will quickly see that certain ideas are not Christian at all, but far predate Christianity / Judaism. The Bhagavad Gita is another essential text, as the other anon says. If you are only to read a couple of things from the East, this should be one of them. Personally I have read it three or four times now, and with each rereading I appreciate it more and more, and actually grasp it a bit better, so it is very good. I believe that being familiar with at least some of the Upanishads is worth it too. Sometimes they are extremely difficult to make sense of what is being said, other times they are quite lucid. These too benefit from re-reading. >>2776 I have yet to read the Avesta unfortunately. Do you happen to know a good translation or anything?
>>2780 Avesta.org is really the only good one. Start with the Yasht's and work your way up. The Venidad is basically extra-canonical work.
>>2799 Thanks, anon. It's about time I checked this stuff out.
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>>2759 >>2760 >Zarathushtra seeks silent, solitary seclusion. Solitude is nature's sublime temple where spirit can commune with spirit in the surrounding silence and unruffled calm. Mountains lift their heads majestically on the Iranian plateau, and Zarathushtra retreated into the mountain fastness. Here, far removed from the stress and strife of life, and with no human sound to distract his thoughts, he made his home. He breathed the refreshing air. The twittering and chirping and whistling and singing of birds filled the air. Here the earth and waters, birds and beasts, sun and moon, stars and planets worked as his teachers. He read some lesson, some message written by the hand of the maker of all on every pebble and every leaf, every dewdrop and every sunbeam, in every star and every planet. Here he plunged into a reverie or gazed into vacancy. The calm atmosphere is conducive to communion, and here, in the monastic void; he communed with nature which inspired solemn thoughts in him. He communed with his mind and he communed with his inner self. He thought and he reasoned, he cogitated and he contemplated, he mused and he dreamed. He meditated upon the essence of divinity, the anomalies of life, and the human destiny after death. Here in this great and glorious temple of nature, built by divine hands, his eyes of spirit saw what the eyes of flesh could not see. Here in the sublime sanctuary spoke the solemn voice of [15] the divine vicar and he heard it. Zarathushtra's creative mind evolved the highest conception of godhead, whom he named Ahura Mazda or the Wise Lord. http://avesta.org/dhalla/dhalla1.htm#chap3
>>2816 >Solitude is nature's sublime temple where spirit can commune with spirit in the surrounding silence and unruffled calm. This, from my experience, should be the main takeaway. For me what did the trick was walking to my school bus stop on a snowy, foggy day, without knowing it was called off, decades ago. For some reason, lying there in the snow all alone for a couple hours in absolute stillness in a circle of fog and snow, freezing my little digits off, awakened an exceedingly stubborn sense of right and wrong, which has given me a lifelong immunity to jewish tricks. The "blood whispers", if you will. I have had no need for any sort of religion because I know I'm part of this "god" which came unbidden that day. I suppose I should actually read the rest of this stuff someday and look for more parallels. The other thing that sticks in my mind about this, is that in a book by Hitler's friend, Adolf was said to enter the forest and come out later possessed of something even stronger.
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>>2846 >lying there in the snow all alone for a couple hours in absolute stillness in a circle of fog and snow, freezing my little digits off, awakened an exceedingly stubborn sense of right and wrong, which has given me a lifelong immunity to jewish tricks That's fascinating. I imagine a winter day would be the best time for this as well. I unfortunately have not had an experience like the one you describe yet, but I can remember from my childhood romping around in the woods during the day when fresh snow had fallen how perfectly still and calm everything seemed when you just stopped moving and talking for a moment. I can also remember some times when I have walked around when it is snowing lightly with no one else around, and everything feels almost dreamlike at times. I wish I had stopped and just stood still for a time. I will have to do this the next opportunity I get. > I have had no need for any sort of religion because I know I'm part of this "god" which came unbidden that day. You are almost surely more religious than any Christcuck who just parrots what his book says. Direct experience transcends any form of dry dogmatism codified by people who have not had said experiences, even though the original founders of a given tradition may have. I imagine that you would find some interesting parallels if you dug around though "The language of God is silence, all else is poor translation"

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