22 January, 2012

Book: Raciology

Posted by Socrates in book selections, books, race, race science, racial differences, racial science, Socrates at 3:54 pm | Permanent Link

by Vladimir Avdeyev. Available in paperback and e-book format.

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  7. 7 Responses to “Book: Raciology

    1. torrence Says:

      Sounds like the book I need that gathers together the essentials on race. It’s a bit pricey. If any are familiar with it, please comment on its worthiness. Some books are so academic that the reading of them can be an obstacle to understanding.

    2. Tim McGreen Says:

      The book costs $3.99, has over 300 pages and a forward by none other than Dr. Kevin MacDonald. Such a deal! No doubt it contains lots of politically incorrect facts about Race and Evolution, the kind of information that King Kike has suppressed for the past 60+ years.

    3. CW-2 Says:

      The book is also available at amazon, and from the limited number of pages available to be browsed on-line the author makes reference to many late 19th century authorities such as Virchow. Nothing wrong there, but more modern references to genetic research would be useful.
      Another book with loads of scientific ammunition to fire back at the one worlders is Carleton Coon’s classic ‘The Races of Europe’. Recently reprinted at $40 by Willis Carto’s outfit The Barnes Review.

    4. Arkan Says:

      Any book on race that describes the White race as being culturally superior is a good book.

    5. Franklin Ryckaert Says:

      You can read Carleton S. Coon’s classic Races of Europe free on line. Google: Races of Europe Carleton S. Coon www. archive .org. For its plates, go to:The Races of Europe Coon’s Plates. The book is in some respects out-dated but still refreshingly politically incorrect.

    6. CW-2 Says:

      A related but much more controversial book is ‘Forbidden Archeology’ by Michael Cremo and Richard Thompson. The authors’ intention is to suggest by solid but largely ignored archeological finds that Homo Sapiens existence could extend back 5 million years or more. Given current evolutionary theory such a conclusion is pretty hard to accept, which explains why archeological finds which don’t fit with theory are initially labeled anomolous and then forgotten.
      The book has become an underground classic of sorts and is worth reading if only to appreciate just how weak is the out-of-afreaka BS.

    7. CW-2 Says:

      Just received an ordered copy. A generous almost A4-sized well produced paperback. Very readable but as noted previously not many references to 20th century research. Get a copy, read it!