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What is the most red-pilled literature? by Alice Hommlenet - Wed, 14 Sep 2016 18:33:01 EST ID:ht1Ip4+0 No.68662 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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NatSoc here.
I'm looking for good reads from authors who know what's wrong with the world and what is most important in life.
Any recommendations?
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Jenny Grimshaw - Thu, 15 Sep 2016 19:21:29 EST ID:8fVk5qQ9 No.68664 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Plato's The Republic.

History-wise, philosophy-wise, politics-wise, a perfect place to start.

Actually, everyone should read it, not just you, but it fits you and what you asked for to a T.
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Albert Grimhall - Thu, 15 Sep 2016 19:55:47 EST ID:w0PVaXHO No.68665 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Revolt Against the Modern World by Julius Evola

he doesn't have a particularly favorable view of national socialism, though, but I think if you read what he has to say and really consider it in light of everything that you know is happening you'll come to understand what he means.

Plato's Republic is also a very good one that sums it all up very nicely, like Jenny said, Evola is definitely writing in the same tradition as Plato

ancient religious texts as well, though they require a good bit of interpretation compared to the aforementioned authors in most cases.

I'll also recommend G.I. Gurdjieff's Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson, though that is a very complex and lengthy text, but I think it's advisable to read this for anyone who introduces themselves as simply a member of a certain ideology
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Wesley Bonkinsodge - Fri, 16 Sep 2016 04:13:56 EST ID:8fVk5qQ9 No.68666 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>68665
>for anyone who introduces themselves as simply a member of a certain ideology

If a vegan comes to /nom/ to ask for vegan recipes, would you end your suggested courses with the sentence "for anyone who introduces themselves as simply a follower of a certain diet"?
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Nell Cellyhad - Sat, 17 Sep 2016 07:14:14 EST ID:yUGuriIY No.68669 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>68662
>Red-pilled /lit/
>NatSoc here
>what's wrong with the world and what is most important in life

Mein Kampf
Music by Johnny Rebel
Everything ever written by L. Ron Hoyabembe
Suicide for dummies

See >>68617 >>68620
Don't look to be cemented in your (retarded) views. It's okay to be interested in a specific spectrum if you want to know more about it, but come on now, ya piece of shit.


t. I don't identify with any specific ideology
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David Huvingcocke - Sat, 17 Sep 2016 10:35:37 EST ID:tUkcwtzn No.68670 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>68664

Except the part where plato is crazy lol good suggestion though
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Jack Brammersteg - Sat, 17 Sep 2016 12:54:05 EST ID:ht1Ip4+0 No.68671 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>68669
Except my views are based in reality instead of idealism, perfected to fit the human psyche like a glove. I just wanted some input on reading material, not to be suggested by another crypto-liberal that I turn into a stallion and abandon who I am in service to 'diversifying' myself.
Get bent and get pozed.
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Nell Cellyhad - Sat, 17 Sep 2016 14:14:37 EST ID:yUGuriIY No.68672 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>68671
>>68671
>>t. I don't identify with any specific ideology
>crypto-liberal
>my views are based in reality
>stallion

I am quite speechless by your mental condition.

27/02 was an inside job
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Fucking Clayhood - Sat, 17 Sep 2016 15:11:37 EST ID:Y7cAJNid No.68673 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>68662

This is the Antimony Archive, it's basically a collection of works relating mainly to fascism, as well as relating to other topics from a fascist worldview. It's not a massive library, but it's worth checking out.

http://laraj . ca/AGwiki/
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Walter Crindleletch - Sun, 18 Sep 2016 02:30:31 EST ID:8fVk5qQ9 No.68675 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Nell, are you one that would burn the books they don't approve of? Because you give off that vibe. Worse yet, you sound like you'd burn the people that read and write those books.

>I don't identify with any specific ideology
But you sure do hate a specific ideology
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Lydia Perrymare - Sun, 18 Sep 2016 07:34:43 EST ID:yUGuriIY No.68677 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>68675
>are you one that would burn the books they don't approve of?
>you sound like you'd burn the people that read and write those books
I sound like I do that? Because I tell him to challenge his views with opinions from the opposite spectrum, as others should too? Are you literally retarded? It's funny how you pin that on me seeing how HE'S the nazi.

>But you sure do hate a specific ideology
Because things went so well when nationalsocialism had it's chance to shine? Geez, you're right, how could I ever hate racism, fascism and genocide?
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Walter Crindleletch - Sun, 18 Sep 2016 07:40:27 EST ID:8fVk5qQ9 No.68678 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>68677
He's the Nazi. You're the hypocrite.

No doubt of either.
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Lydia Perrymare - Sun, 18 Sep 2016 09:46:30 EST ID:yUGuriIY No.68679 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>68678
>You're the hypocrite.
How? I take my own advice
You're not doing anything other than stinking up the board with your shitposting. He asked what to read and I gave legitimate advice, quoting two other users. Ideology isn't anything to shrug off. Meanwhile you pop up from nowhere like Spartan from /pol/ and contribute 0.
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Walter Crindleletch - Sun, 18 Sep 2016 11:10:14 EST ID:8fVk5qQ9 No.68680 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>68679
>You're not doing anything other than stinking up the board with your shitposting
I gave the first reply, which was what OP wanted, plus added value.

>I gave legitimate advice
Legitimate? Through insulting and degrading and mocking? Sure. There's the hypocrisy, again.
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Priscilla Lightcocke - Sun, 18 Sep 2016 11:12:42 EST ID:JHSbXgM+ No.68681 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>68666
i would recommend Gurdjieff to anyone who says "I'm a _____"
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Lydia Perrymare - Sun, 18 Sep 2016 12:34:28 EST ID:yUGuriIY No.68682 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>68680
>I gave the first reply
OOH WOW YOU WERE HERE FREST??? WOWOWOWOWOWOWO

>Through insulting and degrading and mocking?
Which is only natural when you are speaking to a nazi on a chan. In fact, it's natural to chan, period. Besides, not all of my post was like that only the intro.

>There's the hypocrisy, again.
Do you even know what that means? Because so far you have used it wrong.

But sure: defend a nazi and rip on me for saying something that isn't retarded. Quality poster, you are.
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Shitting Fommlefoot - Mon, 19 Sep 2016 08:25:35 EST ID:ht1Ip4+0 No.68687 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>68682
I like that its ok to degrade someone when they don't agree with liberalism, really shows your true colors.
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Jarvis Fanman - Mon, 19 Sep 2016 08:52:27 EST ID:yUGuriIY No.68688 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>68687
I like that its ok to kill someone when they don't agree with nazism, really shows your true colors.
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Fanny Crindlehit - Mon, 19 Sep 2016 20:29:19 EST ID:JRgk/hWz No.68690 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>68688
Nobody's talking about killing anyone. In fact, you're the only one being uncivilized here.
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Ernest Blullydale - Mon, 19 Sep 2016 23:02:51 EST ID:ht1Ip4+0 No.68691 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>68688
There is a huge difference between disagreement and being a terrorist.
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Nathaniel Mapperford - Tue, 20 Sep 2016 05:29:16 EST ID:4vDf9OT6 No.68692 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>68690
>>68691
>implying nazis don't want to kill anyone
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Ernest Blullydale - Tue, 20 Sep 2016 07:08:08 EST ID:ht1Ip4+0 No.68693 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>68692
Only people literally guilty of crimes against humanity.
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Hannah Gullywater - Mon, 26 Sep 2016 02:26:38 EST ID:4FXsUPMQ No.68701 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Take it to /pol/ ya fuck twats, please.

To OP I would recommend maybe The Outsider by Colin Wilson. It is philosophy, literary analysis and history with a sprinkle of psychology. It was a huge eye opener for me. Also anything by Nietzsche. If you haven't read any then The Antichrist would probably be an easy place to start.
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Eugene Hindlebick - Fri, 30 Sep 2016 09:21:42 EST ID:yUGuriIY No.68720 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>68701
Except the retard nazis only selected parts of Nietzsches works that they could spin into their own thing.
Nietzsche is very hard interpreted - what's the saying? "If you think you understand Nietzsche then you don't understand him at all" - But even with that in mind you can't say that he would ever support nazism or any other kind of fascism.
OP is looking for some confirmation bias, because of this he wouldn't understand Nietzsche at all.
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Fucking Sizzleshaw - Fri, 31 Mar 2017 14:22:49 EST ID:7baJyOyq No.69131 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>68720
>If you think you understand Nietzsche then you don't understand him at all
Why waste your time reading something that cannot be understood?

>I've already decided your opinions are stupid in advance, so I'm going to project a desire for confirmation bias onto you.
As far as having beliefs challenged, I would love to see a jewish person tear down "Culture of Critique" on purely intellectual grounds.
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Sidney Homblebury - Sat, 01 Apr 2017 02:32:53 EST ID:S2P2yF1L No.69132 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>68662
My book The Birthing of Worlds was written to examine some of these points OP
Its in paperback and digital
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Fuck Gurringway - Wed, 05 Apr 2017 21:19:37 EST ID:BYLHNXV+ No.69144 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>68693
Which in the Nazi's eyes is everyone who isn't a white anglo-saxon protestant that is cultishly devoted to the state, the military, and the strong man furher.
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Martin Worthingway - Wed, 05 Apr 2017 22:12:44 EST ID:S2P2yF1L No.69145 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69144
Yeah Nazi's are worse than the fucking samurai. Serve and die by your lord shit
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David Furrybark - Wed, 05 Apr 2017 23:37:22 EST ID:M/Y4fKEp No.69146 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69145 Whoah, whoah bro, don't throw all samurai under the bus. Miyamoto Musashi's Book of Five Rings top notch. *pats chest* And what about rōnin, huh? Yeah, thats what i thought.

>First of all, the way of warriors means familiarity with both cultural and martial arts. Even if they are clumsy at this, individual warriors should strengthen their own martial arts as much as is practical in their circumstances.

>People usually think that all warriors think about is ready to die. As far as the way of death is concerned, it is not limited to warriors. Mendicants, women, farmers, and even those below them know their duty, are ashamed to neglect it, and resign themselves to death; there is no distinction in this respect. The martial way of life practiced by warriors is based on excelling others in anything and everything. Whether by victory in an individual duel or by winning a battle with several people, one thinks of serving there interests of one's employer, of serving one's own interests, of becoming well known and socially established. This is all possible by the power of martial arts.

<3
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Martin Worthingway - Thu, 06 Apr 2017 02:02:03 EST ID:S2P2yF1L No.69147 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69146
Look man there are always variables but only ronin were ok. The hired samurai and their codes along with the laws of their rulers were wasteful, unnecessary, cruel, grandeur promising false dreams.
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Angus Ducklehall - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 14:07:16 EST ID:CQZtOz+q No.69149 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>69147 Yeah the caste system and unconditional obedience to authority were shortfalls for sure.
I wouldn't disregard the works that came out of that era though.
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Molly Harrydock - Sun, 09 Apr 2017 14:04:07 EST ID:XMHdHQWf No.69153 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Osamu Dazai - No Longer Human
Waguih Ghali - Beer in the Snooker Club
Fyodor Dostoyevsky - Crime and Punishment

Your political bias shouldn't matter when you ask for something to educate yourself, by learning things about the world, on an emotional, intellectual, whatever level that's part of you being a single human. The best part of learning is a paradigm shift, where you see, process, and come to understand and accept that fundamental parts of your beliefs are wrong, but that something else is true. That's growing as a person, that's how you get smarter. If you just hold on to whatever you believe, unwilling to ever let it be contested, then you will never grow, like a strangled twig. Don't be a strangled twig. This is just a disclaimer, void of assumptions about you, or your person.
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Basil Brookridge - Fri, 21 Apr 2017 22:06:20 EST ID:S23LE1od No.69186 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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