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Dominator
Monday, October 28th, 2002, 03:52 AM
I would like to hear your Opinion about this, just name the last "good one"

And expand why its good.

The last I read was by (Ejnar Vaaben - the swastika over Germany) printed 1931.

Dealing with an healthy clean Germanic introduction of National socialism. explaining to the Nordic folk the benefits of such measures!

Goes in details about Hitler's youth, Professor GŁnther theories and life, Start of NS ideology, the early NS struggle, the different detrimental ideologies such as bolshevism, communism, capitalism in different forms and so on.

Legio_Melita
Monday, October 28th, 2002, 08:20 AM
I'm still in the process of reading "The 120 Days of Sodom" by the Marquis De Sade :)

At the moment I hardly have a chance to read because of work.

Dominator
Monday, October 28th, 2002, 09:27 AM
Im really looking forward to your setting of his book.

Legio_Melita
Monday, October 28th, 2002, 09:34 AM
I first got interested in the Marquis' work when I read his "A Dialogue Between a Dying Man And A Priest", and after seeing a few quotes from "The 120 Days of Sodom" in one of Cradle Of Filth's albums.

einsatzkommando
Monday, October 28th, 2002, 03:13 PM
I am currently reading "The Isles" by Norman Davies. It is the history of the British isles from the year dot. It is a good read. The style is factual but not verbose.

A book that I read recently and would definitely recommend would be "The Ayoob Files" by Massad Ayoob. The author is an Arab American cop who is an expert in the use of handguns in close combat. The book is a collection of case studies of situations where handguns have saved lives.

Vigilant
Wednesday, October 30th, 2002, 08:58 PM
The Fame of a dead man's deeds by Robert Griffin.It's about Dr.William Pierce of the National Alliance.

I recommend it for it's thoroughness.He covers alot of areas that Pierce was interested in,and they're really intertwined,eg,NWO, WW11,his influences(Rockwell,Hitler,and other names I'd never heard of),jews.It's comprehensive.

One chapter I liked was titled "Men-Women".He contrasted the different natures of men and women in a compelling way:men are concerned with honour,courage and character;when they are their natural selves.Whereas women care about safety and group solutions.I found this chapter addressed recognisable problems caused by feminism,eg,the way men are pushed towards a feminine orientation and women the opposite.This causes a lot of dysfunctional behaviour.

The chapter on Rockwell was a revelation to me.Pierce concluded from his American Nazi experience that he didn't like working with 'nuts',that he didn't see much value in Hitler salutes,for instance.He preferred working with people like himself:more self-disciplined,intellectual and clean living.

Well worth a read.

GreenHeart
Friday, November 8th, 2002, 09:05 AM
Originally posted by Vigilant
The Fame of a dead man's deeds by Robert Griffin.It's about Dr.William Pierce of the National Alliance.

I recommend it for it's thoroughness.He covers alot of areas that Pierce was interested in,and they're really intertwined,eg,NWO, WW11,his influences(Rockwell,Hitler,and other names I'd never heard of),jews.It's comprehensive.

One chapter I liked was titled "Men-Women".He contrasted the different natures of men and women in a compelling way:men are concerned with honour,courage and character;when they are their natural selves.Whereas women care about safety and group solutions.I found this chapter addressed recognisable problems caused by feminism,eg,the way men are pushed towards a feminine orientation and women the opposite.This causes a lot of dysfunctional behaviour.

Well worth a read.

That's interesting, I know this is going off topic, but I don't know if that idea about men and women is entirely true. Take me as an example- I'm concerned with character (which I know is inherantly different in the different races), and also intrigued by the concepts of honour and courage, I try to live up to that. I have my own character. But then I'm concerned with being safe, which is why I like to have a strong aryan man around to protect me :viking

As for social situations, I couldn't care less, I hate most people....... :cool
Most people are so weak, weak in every way- mind, body, and spirit. I really only get along with people who think like me. That's extremely important to me.

I agree with Hitler's idea about men and women: that men and women both have equally important roles and that they balance each other perfectly by nature's design.

Honestly I think thats the most I've ever wrote about this subject at one time, because I'm really not concerned with all this feminist vs chauvenist crap...... It's completely trivial in my opinion.
All it does is further divide when we are already fragmented.

einsatzkommando
Friday, November 8th, 2002, 07:20 PM
Originally posted by NordicPower88
That's interesting, I know this is going off topic, but I don't know if that idea about men and women is entirely true. Take me as an example- I'm concerned with character (which I know is inherantly different in the different races), and also intrigued by the concepts of honour and courage, I try to live up to that. I have my own character. But then I'm concerned with being safe, which is why I like to have a strong aryan man around to protect me :viking


Of course Ayran women are concerned with character. I would have assumed that character would play an important role in a woman choosing a partner.

I think what Dr. Pierce was saying was that the Ayran men and women are concerned with all these things but in different degrees. Being a male doesn't mean that I am not concerned about the safety of loved ones.

When men went off to the crusades in search of fame, fortune and a papal blessing they didn't leave their families with nothing. When Captain James Cook left England to navigate a third of the world he didn't leave his wife and family without making provision for their well being.

Ayran men and women make a great partnership. Ayran women should remember that no one will love you and adore you as much as an Ayran man. Ayran men should remember that no one will be more loving and loyal than a Ayran woman.

Treat other Ayrans with respect and you too will be respected. :viking

von Falkenhayn
Tuesday, November 12th, 2002, 05:31 PM
I recommend "The Myth of the twentieth century" by Alfred Rosenberg.This is the ideological basement of Nationalsocialism next Hitler's "Mein Kampf".

He describes the way of the nordic race in creating the great ancient cultures like the Greek,the Roman etc...

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This is my first posting on this forum.
Hello everybody!

GreenHeart
Wednesday, November 13th, 2002, 05:40 AM
Originally posted by von Falkenhayn
I recommend "The Myth of the twentieth century" by Alfred Rosenberg.This is the ideological basement of Nationalsocialism next Hitler's "Mein Kampf".

He describes the way of the nordic race in creating the great ancient cultures like the Greek,the Roman etc...

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This is my first posting on this forum.
Hello everybody!

Sounds like a good read! Welcome to Aryan Dawn! I can hope you will go on to become a productive member of the AD. I see potential in you already :cool

von Falkenhayn
Wednesday, November 13th, 2002, 04:35 PM
Thank you,

i'll try to write excellent postings...

Hellstar
Thursday, November 14th, 2002, 01:54 AM
Was there any racial stuff in the ""The Myth of the twentieth century"" ?

I guess its most historical perspectives, I heard about the book before, there is so damn many books we cant read them all. It sounds very interesting. Im glad someone read some good books around here. BTW D_sinner have you soon finished the 120 days in Sodom?

The Philosopher...
Wednesday, November 20th, 2002, 03:25 AM
I recently read a book by: Otto F. Kerberg, Harold W. Koeningsberg, Michael A selzer,
Ann H, Appelbaum, Arthur C. Carr.

"Psychodynamic Psychotherapy of borderline patients"

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The book does not deal sufficiently with abnormal Borderline syndromes as one could wish.

the whole book is extremely objective, mostly dealing
with obtaining a clinical distance to the patient and
figuring out borderline "thought transfer" in different
aspects such as "Opposite transferring" and "deliverance".

It brings up some valid points about self mechanisms through defence and aggression patterns.

Personally I find the book to be perplexed,
rather it was on intent or not. the epiphany of the many thought associations
"Psychodynamic Psychotherapy of borderline patients" creates are temporarily luring,
but the occult mind puzzle of gathering the described methodising session/fragments
into systematisation, fails when the reality of methodising becomes incoherently.

Definitely a must for people who need a Journey through
lands of manipulation and speculation.

Moody
Thursday, November 21st, 2002, 07:33 PM
Rosenberg's 'The Myth of the 20th Century' takes the view that all high culture is the creation only of the blond, Nordic Aryan Race.

It was written as a 'sequel' to Houston Stewart Chamberlain's 'The Foundation of the 19th Century' [1899].
Chamberlain, an Englishman who had married into the Wagner clan, met Hitler and regarded the latter as the messiah of the German Race.

It must be said though, that Hitler wasn't keen on Rosenberg's book by all accounts. He said that it was 'incomprehensible', and that it shouldn't be regarded as the official philosophy of the NSDAP.

I have recently re-read Colin Jordans' 'National Socialism: Vanguard of the Future' [Nordland Forlag 1993], which gives a clear and concise view of a Purist National Socialism.
While I think his stance may be a little too purist and elitist, it provides a useful mental yardstick to judge other N-S philosophies by.

Kaotiksoul6sic6
Thursday, November 28th, 2002, 12:20 AM
i am in the middle of reading hitlers table talk it is a huge book does anyone know if it is all facts or not sometimes it is hard to understand because he is answering questions but they dont say what the question was

Moody
Friday, November 29th, 2002, 04:41 PM
Hitler's Table Talk is reckoned as authentic by historians as diverse as Hugh Trevor Roper and David Irving.

Hitler tended to give long monologues after dinner to a wide range of party officials.
Martin Bormann, who was of course devoted to the Fuehrer, took it upon himself to record these discourses for posterity, giving the work to two of his faithful secretarial staff, which he himself counter-checked.
Apparently these records were held for some time by members of the Bormann family, if I remember rightly, and they refused for a long time to release them to historians. I believe that David Irving was the first allowed to see them, and he used the German originals as the basis for his 'Hitler's War'.

Irving regards the Table Talk as even more reliable than Mein kampf, simply because the latter included additional material by other party members. In the Table Talk we get straightforward Hitler.

The standard edition of the Table Talk is the one by Hugh Trevor Roper, and is a startlingly good read.
As for context, in my edition each talk is prefaced by a brief summary - I would advise you use a good WWII/Third Reich history reference book to give you a grounding in the issues he is discussing.
Hitler tended to talk in speeches, so it is not really necessary to know about any questions that may have prompted his verbal flights, as they tend to be included in his replies.

Hellstar
Saturday, November 30th, 2002, 11:50 AM
I absolutely agree with Moody Lawless, Hitler basically gives the (questions character) included into his replies, the reason for Hitlers long monologues and speeches was his devoted heart connected to his mind, his genuine openness and will to speak from the mind as thoughts occurred! No Jantlaw here just pure Brave Heart.
I been annoyed by the Table Talk not translated into Nordic language, I have the first editions from 1934 of Mein kampf (Rare) but still miss Table Talk, Moody Lawless what English version would you recommend as most genuine of Table Talk!

You seem to be entangled deeply in admirable subjects. good to have you on board.

The latest item I read was Erling Hallas - Racekamp 1941 (Racefight)
I would describe this man as Race philosopher! he gives splendid conclusions to the Jew problematics. unfortunately he died in 1947 in a Russian communistic concentration camp, he fought as Dane for the Germans from the early 30th-

his book is basically illegal after Jew paragraph 266! and not to find anywhere.

But i was half lucky.

Ederico
Saturday, November 30th, 2002, 05:30 PM
What is Jew Paragraph 266?

ScŠthach
Friday, December 6th, 2002, 09:56 PM
nice to see other de sade fans :) have u read justine?

i recently read an interesting book on erzsebet bathory 'the bloody countess' by valentine penrose..also reading some aleister crowley and hermann hesse.varied taste :)
88!

Ederico
Saturday, December 7th, 2002, 10:41 AM
I just finished reading Jewish Supremacism by David Duke and I found it an informative book with good points being made. I suggest everyone to read it, Heimdall gave a link to the whole book in the thread called Jewish Supremacism.

Moody
Friday, January 10th, 2003, 06:16 PM
'Imperium', by Ulick Varange [alias Francis Parker Yockey].

I have re-read this book recently as I began to realise that I was unconsciously echoing some of its arguments here on this forum [having read it twice a couple of years ago].

I am convinced that Imperium is the most important philosophical/political/historical book on Racial Nationalism in the post-war period.

If I had to choose two ESSENTIAL books, they would be Mein Kampf and Imperium