9 October, 2014

Book of the Month

Posted by Socrates in Book of the Month program, book reviews, book selections, books, Socrates, Wilmot Robertson at 6:21 pm | Permanent Link

“The Ethnostate” by Wilmot Robertson, 1992; A .PDF file.

A VNN review of the book Here.

  • 6 Responses to “Book of the Month”

    1. fd Says:

      After reading the review, the book sounds too weighty for me.

      The dangers of internationalism, nationalism and republics should be avoided.

      Capitalism in America is a fraud. Heavy debt, heavy taxes, heavy interest is not capitalism; it’s government interference at the highest level.

      I prefer local and regional control. It has a good feel, and you can see your enemies.

    2. fd Says:

      Hardcopy Constitutions should be avoided too. Government ultimately transforms the compact into a weapon to strike down the interest of the people. Regulations will preserve order with great efficiency. No excess.

    3. The Red Hornet Says:

      @fd, without nationalism say goodbye to 1st world nation, but a nation of mediocrity and slavery.

    4. mrcrouton Says:

      I read the book in the late 90’s. I remember it being a good book on the importance of nationalism and the need for whites to have their own homelands.

    5. Tim McGreen Says:

      I enjoyed reading the Review of this book, especially the part where the reviewer says us WNs spend too much time accusing each other of being fags, secret Jews or traitors/informants. He’s right, of course, but it’s also true there are a lot of pickle-kissers and other such undesirable elements who have soiled our Holy Cause. Therefore, a Night of the Long Knives, a Stalinist Purge, a Nixonian Saturday Night Massacre, a post July 20, 1944 SS-style crackdown on all the Colonel Von Stauffenbergs among us will be required after we come to power.

    6. Robert Cardillo Says:

      Pickle kisser!!! Brilliant Tim!!!