Hear the Cradle Song is a dystopian futurist novel by O.T. Gunnarsson where multicultural society of Southern California has backfired, and a repeat of the Dark Ages threatens the western world. The world as we know it has almsot predictably devolved into mutually hostile, with warring ethnic tribes of Hispanic and Asian kingdoms, ruining the pleasant world once enjoyed by liberals, with White people caught in the cross-hairs.
My Awakening is more than a fascinating autobiography of a controversial man - it is an incredibly honest book that dares to confront the most challenging issues of modern times. Dr. David Duke's book is not for the faint of heart or those smug in their belief systems. It is for those unafraid of mentel stimulation by facts and ideas that may well question one's established beliefs. It is a revolutionary and evolutionary book that Prof. Glayde Whitney, former president of the Behavioral Genetics Association, said can "rattle civilation to its core." Doctor Duke devotes most of the book to his views on race and its implications for society, but it is also an exciting story of a man known only as an inaccurate caricature painted by a hostile media.
Which Way Western Man? by William Gayley Simpson is a comprehensive philosophical and historical book discussing culture, psychology, the West, Jews, government, religions, the difference between races, banking, women, Eugenics, women, war, etc.
White Power is George Lincoln Rockwell's greatest work. This book is George Lincoln Rockwell's greatest work, White Power, along with four other articles afterwards. After White Power are two articles written by Rockwell, In Hoc Signo Vinces and then What We Stand For: Goals and Objectives of the National Socialist White People's Party. After that is Who Was George Lincoln Rockwell by A.V. Schaerffenberg and finally Rockwell: A National Socialist Life by William Pierce.
Mein Kampf -- March 21, 1939 James Murphy Translation, complete with translators into and footnotes. This is the quintesential book of National Socialism by Adolph Hitler written while in prison.
The Turner Diaries is the illegal in all Western countries except the USA, and is an underground classic and best seller that sold more than 1 million copies world wide. [NOTE: The National Socialist Movement eschews any form of violence or illegality. The inclusion of this book is to provide a warning to white people as to what could happen should we not continue to legally intervene in our current multicultueal society.] It was written by Dr. William Luther Pierce, founder of the National Alliance and Cosmotheism Community Church. These controversial fictional diaries chronicle the overthrow of the Jewish Occupied United States of America Government (also known by some as the Jewish Lobby, AIPAC, The Lobby, The Zionist Lobby, ZOGUSA or JOGUSA, Zionist Occupied Government, and Jewish Occupied Government, respectively) by patriots of Western Civilization. WARNING: Ownership of this book might be illegal in the European Union, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. It is suggested by some that you must be at least 21 years or older in order to read this book because of the sexual and violent content. Reader discretion is advised!
Nineteen Eighty-Four, often published as 1984, is a dystopian novel by English author, George Orwell, published in 1949. The novel is set in what is formerly known as Great Britain, the province of the superstate Oceania that is in a world of perpetual war, under omnipresent government surveillance and public manipulation, dictated by a political system euphemistically named English Socialism (Ingsoc in the government's invented language, Newspeak), and under the control of a privileged elite of the Inner Party that persecutes individualism and independent thinking as "thoughtcrime." It is suggested by some that you must be at least 21 years or older in order to read this book because of the sexual and violent content. Reader discretion is advised!
The Prisoner Puzzle -- (Ontario Educational Communications Authority) The companion book for the The Prisoner television show designed to discuss theories on the famous 1967 show starring (as well as partially written, directed and produced by) Patrick McGoohan. It discusses the various themes of The Prisoner (surviving a corrupt and ever totalitarian-leaning society), the theories behind it (i.e., who WAS the Prisoner?), and other still-unanswered questions.