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    Amazon Bans Culture of Critique



    Amazon Bans Culture of Critique and Separation and Its Discontents

    March 12, 2019/39 Comments/in Featured Articles, Free Speech /by Kevin MacDonald

    Twenty-one years after a respected academic publisher, Praeger, published Culture of Critique and Separation and Its Discontents, they have been banned on Amazon. A People that Shall Dwell Alone is still available. This comes only around two weeks after they banned books by Jared Taylor and Greg Johnson. This is an extension of the de-platforming from financial sites and PayPal, Patreon, Coinbase, and credit card companies that has hit pretty much all sites on the dissident right, including TOO and TOQ. Clearly the establishment is terrified that these ideas are gaining traction, and it illustrates once again, that the culturally dominant left cares nothing for free speech as a pillar of American civilization. I am now deeply worried that if the left obtains power in the next election, what has happened thus far will pale in comparison to what lies ahead. Private companies like Amazon cannot impose criminal penalties, but if the left manages to redefine the First Amendment, as they would certainly love to do, there will be a very real prospect of imprisonment and heavy fines ó even for well-argued, well-supported statements and writings. This has already happened in several parts of the EU, and the left has already developed sophisticated legal theories aimed at getting around the First Amendment. Supreme Court liberals, like Elena Kagan (who has already shown her proclivities in this area), are sure to be thinking along these lines.

    Like pretty much everyone associated with the dissident right, I celebrated the election of Donald Trump. However, itís clear that the populist, anti-immigration themes of Trumpís rhetoric have energized the left to a fever pitch. Trump has been unsuccessful or unwilling to carry through his promises on immigration, and there has been a barrage of investigations and impeachment talk beginning as soon as he took office. The liberal/left cultural establishment might have let things continue as they had been going for several decades if Jeb or Hillary had been elected. From the perspective on the left, everything was on course. There would be polite disagreements between Democrats and Republicans while the latter gradually ceded ever more ground in the culture wars; in the not too distant future, the Republican viability in national elections would be destroyed by the new Democrat voters they collaborated in importing. But it would all be very gradual.

    However, Trump won, and to make things worse, there were populist stirrings in Europe, with the success of Brexit and with several European governments openly defying their EU masters on immigration and the ideal of multiculturalism. The response of the left, which should have been completely predictable, has been to do everything they can to ramp up immigration and even lower the voting age so that they are assured of winning future elections. And they have targeted the ideas of the dissident/populist right for suppression. Again, we are just seeing the beginning of what promises to be a very ugly war.


    Like others on the dissident/populist right, we will not stop doing what we are doing, even if it means less visibility for our ideas and less financial support. Itís inevitable that Whites wake up to their dispossession and to the increasing hate directed against them from our cultural elites. Barring a USSR-type government, Iím not at all sure that our ideas can be prevented from triumphing. And that has our hostile elites very worried.


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    Re: Amazon Bans Culture of Critique

    If they don't want you to read it, it must be well worth reading. They certainly would not go to the trouble if a book was merely a lousy read.
    " If you are on the wrong road progress means doing an about-turn and walking back to the right road and in that case the man who turns back soonest is the most progressive man. There is nothing progressive about being pig-headed and refusing to admit a mistake. And I think if you look at the present state of the world it's pretty plain that humanity has been making some big mistake. We're on the wrong road. And if that is so we must go back. Going back is the quickest way on.Ē ---C. S. Lewis

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    Re: Amazon Bans Culture of Critique

    Quote Originally Posted by woodman View Post
    If they don't want you to read it, it must be well worth reading. They certainly would not go to the trouble if a book was merely a lousy read.
    They are. I bought Culture of Critique and Separation and Its Discontents about 10 years ago. Both are good, but Culture of Critique is really nothing new. Much of it has been covered in some way either here or GIM1. Separation and Its Discontents went down a rabbit-hole I had never been down. I might buy A People that Shall Dwell Alone before it goes through it's own digital book burning [and the Left says the "Nazis" were sooooooo bad for burning books]
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    Re: Amazon Bans Culture of Critique

    Quote Originally Posted by steyr_m View Post

    They are. I bought Culture of Critique and Separation and Its Discontents about 10 years ago. Both are good, but Culture of Critique is really nothing new. Much of it has been covered in some way either here or GIM1. Separation and Its Discontents went down a rabbit-hole I had never been down. I might buy A People that Shall Dwell Alone before it goes through it's own digital book burning [and the Left says the "Nazis" were sooooooo bad for burning books]





    Culture of Critique was considered the very best introduction to the jew problem for naive, innocent goyim way back at GIM1. Has a respectability to it because it was written by a real California University professor...Keven MacDonald, PhD.

    Download this .PDF format book now. It is a very tiny 2MB filesize that can be attached to any email.

    The fact that (((they))) are now openly banning him on Amazon shows just how fucked we are now. We might as well be living in Gaza...
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    Re: Amazon Bans Culture of Critique

    Bezos and the rest of the left have also deplatformed Mike S. King (www.tomatobubble.com).
    "It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it." --Aristotle

    "If both the past and the external world exist only in the mind, and if the mind itself is controllable-what then?" --George Orwell

    "It's not a matter of what is true (reality) that counts but a matter of what is perceived to be true (reality)." --Henry Kissinger

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    Re: Amazon Bans Culture of Critique

    Quote Originally Posted by Jewboo View Post
    very best introduction to the jew problem

    Download this .PDF format book now.
    Agree, it's a great intro.

    When I read the book, and a large percentage of the material was nothing new -- but a great condensing for a newbie.

    Why download? I own the ink on paper [and support K. Mac. at the same time].
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