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text 2014-03-17 23:11
Real names, articles and vomit {ReBlog}

I've read some virulently racist and anti-semitic sites, some from intellectuals like Texe Marrs, some from ridiculously stupid people like Aryan Nation. But this one is really an eye-opener, it concentrates on utter hatred for Jews (and like all anti-semites totally overestimates Jewish ability - Helen Suzman is credited with freeing South Africa and installing Nelson Mandela!)  but has plenty on the evils of non-whites and multiculturalism and is of course, homophobic. They misquote the Bible, attributing racism and anti-semitism to Jesus's words when it suits them.  Whether or not you are a follower of Christianity (I'm not, I'm an apatheist), that is right out of left court.

 

See what you think The Occidental Observer whose tag line is "White identity, Interests and Culture". The authors of the articles and reviews are extremely happy to give their real names the better to promote the spread of hatred. Check Author Archives and also Topics.

 

There is a book I sell well in the shop, Jewish Pirates of the Caribbean. Jews, mostly of Spanish/Portuguese, origin, who wandered about a bit after the Inquisition became traders in the Caribbean as they were forbidden to work for Christians, own land or slaves. Some of them became traders of the left hand - pirates. I wonder if the Occidental Observer got a hold of this book, there would suddenly be articles on how the Jews dominated the slave trade?  LOL.  That would be their style.

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text 2014-03-17 16:18
[REBLOG] Real names, articles and vomit

[Follow PetraX's link, it's important to know what's out there--RMD]

 

I've read some virulently racist and anti-semitic sites, some from intellectuals like Texe Marrs, some from ridiculously stupid people like Aryan Nation. But this one is really an eye-opener, it concentrates on utter hatred for Jews (and like all anti-semites totally overestimates Jewish ability - Helen Suzman is credited with freeing South Africa and installing Nelson Mandela!)  but has plenty on the evils of non-whites and multiculturalism and is of course, homophobic. They misquote the Bible, attributing racism and anti-semitism to Jesus's words when it suits them.  Whether or not you are a follower of Christianity (I'm not, I'm an apatheist), that is right out of left court.

 

See what you think The Occidental Observer whose tag line is "White identity, Interests and Culture". The authors of the articles and reviews are extremely happy to give their real names the better to promote the spread of hatred. Check Author Archives and also Topics.

 

There is a book I sell well in the shop, Jewish Pirates of the Caribbean. Jews, mostly of Spanish/Portuguese, origin, who wandered about a bit after the Inquisition became traders in the Caribbean as they were forbidden to work for Christians, own land or slaves. Some of them became traders of the left hand - pirates. I wonder if the Occidental Observer got a hold of this book, there would suddenly be articles on how the Jews dominated the slave trade?  LOL.  That would be their style.

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review 2013-12-08 17:16
The Jewish Onslaught - the paradox of anti-semitism
The Jewish Onslaught: Despatches from the Wellesley Battlefront - Tony Martin


"The paradox of anti-Semitism is that it is invariably up to the Jews to explain away the charges. The anti-Semite simply has to make them." - Jack Bruce.

 

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I have put this book on my Fiction shelf because that's what it is, but you, dear reader, if you are one who peers around corners, sees prophecy in myth and has a little mirror mounted on your monitor in the office, you might disagree.

 

The book is an anti-semitic, conspiracy theory that will appeal to neo-Nazis, KKK, Nation of Islam and those who think that the Professors Texe Marrs, K MacDonald et al are correct in their pseudo-factual diatribes that Jews are indeed responsible for just about all the ills in the world and have plans to take it over! If you firmly believe that the famously fake Protocols of the Elders is up there with the Bible and that the history of the Holocaust has been greatly exaggerated if not entirely made up; if you 5 star Mein Kampf without even reading it; if like David Icke you believe that Jews might really be alien giant lizards with evil global domination plans, then order it quickly, this book is for you.

 

If you really aren't that sort of person and prefer to view life through a clear glass lens, then instead you might really enjoy, not to mention find informative, Jon Ronson's 'Them', an investigative, but humorous debunking of conspiracy theorists, religious fundamentalists of many stripes and colours and world-domination power groups.

 

I wish there was a bomb rating, something lower than a half-star anyway.

 

I read this book in Dec. 1993, that was a while ago! I am not necessarily current with my reviews ;-)>/i>

Source: www.goodreads.com/review/show/45017137
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review 2013-09-25 10:23
Defiant Heart - Marty Steere

This is Marty Steere's second novel, but for me this is the first that I'm reading after he kindly contacted me through my blog.

I was a little hesitant to read this book at first, partially because it contains a love-story, and love stories have, generally speaking, never been my biggest source of enjoyment. So I didn't really know what to expect of this book, but I agreed to read it, as its premise sounded pretty interesting, as it's set against the backdrop of World War 2, which, ironically, was not even the part that I found most interesting while reading.

What I did find interesting about Defiant Heart was that it is a moving multi-layered character-driven story. All characters are very well fleshed out and their actions, as their back-stories are revealed, make sense and make them appear as real people. From early on it makes you feel sympathy for the main protagonist, Jon Meyer, and utterly dislike the antagonist(s).

What surprised me the most about Defiant Heart, especially in the first half of the book, aside from been extremely well-edited, was that it touched up on topics that I didn't expect from it at first: teen-age bullying, anti-Semitism/racism, selfish parenting and so forth. That was a very surprising twist and it made the book a very interesting and also a very relevant read, as these issues are something that still poisons the society that surrounds us and as can be seen when reading the headlines in the news, as can be seen here and here.

This is definitely a book that is worth your time.

Marty Steere gracefully accepted to answer a few questions that I had for him, so please check out my author interview here.

This review has also been posted on my blog and on Amazon.

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review 2012-09-29 00:00
In Search of Anti-Semitism
In Search of Anti-Semitism - William F. Buckley This book, written by the late William F. Buckley circa 1992, purports to evaluate whether the accusations of anti-Semitism against the conservative writers Pat Buchanan and the late Joe Sobran, and the conservative publication Dartmouth Review, are fair and true. It largely fails, because it provides very little insight into the personalities of Buchanan and Sobran, providing very little personal background on them and apparently assuming the reader is already very familiar with both of them. I'm reasonably familiar with Buchanan but not familiar with Sobran: he left National Review magazine some years before I started reading it, and all I know of him is that he was a paleoconservative. The book is also clearly aimed at people who probably read not only NR but the other political and current events magazines the book mentions (such as Commentary and New Republic).

So, the book tries to answer its question (whether the people in question are genuinely anti-Semitic) mostly by analyzing what happened (the alleged anti-Semitic statements they made and the responses from other writers) rather than analyzing the people and what they believe (which is what I expected). There would be much less to say if the book mainly analyzed the people, but the controversy is fairly boring and the answers are relatively simple. (Sobran, Buckley says, was often annoyed at Israel's lobbying influence on the United States, so is Buchanan, who also has a long history of making obnoxious anti-Semitic-sounding comments. But Buckley insists Sobran--his friend and colleague at NR--was no racist. And Buchanan? Buckley spends little time actually explaining Buchanan's beliefs except to call him "mischievious" and too insensitive to Jewish sensibilities. I was disappointed by that, as Buchanan has been ubiquitous in conservative media at least since I was a teenager and I did want to figure out whether he is a bigot of some sort. The answer one can tease out from Buckley's analysis seems to be "no," but he offers no more constructive explanation of Buchanan's somewhat puzzling opinions. Therefore, I don't recommend this book.
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