Must-read Books (a definitive list)

bgbusiness

Kingfisher
Piankhi said:
Just got my hands on Brave New World. Is it a must read?
I wouldn't say it's a must read, but I thought it was pretty good.
I am not sure how many books you are trying to read in your life, but I am going for 100+ self-development books, so BNW was on my list...If you are going for 20+ books, it's probably unnecessary. I would read more practical books like 48 Laws of Power instead. lol.
 

bgbusiness

Kingfisher
Hypno said:
bgbusiness said:
Why hasn't this book have been mentioned here?
It seem like a must-read for all man who engage in sexual activities.

How to Avoid False Accusations of Rape: Self-Defense in the Feminist State (Female Sex Predators)
https://www.amazon.com/How-Avoid-False-Accusations-Rape/dp/1507799055
Did YOU read it? Do you recommend it? Title sounds promising, what else can you tell us?
Just finished it. Wrote this on the other thread, but I will also put this here.

bgbusiness said:
I just finished "How to Avoid False Accusations of Rape - Self Defense in the Feminist State" by John Davis BA JD LLM.

He is an experienced lawyer in civil rights. He now lives in France (probably due to what he has seen in United States last 50 years) and is retired.

This book is succinct, gets to the point, gives you wonderful tips on how to avoid woman who indicate that they are looking for the next sucker to destroy with false rape accusations.

Many of the points from this book were things that I have learned before, but that is because I have been around the manosphere for couple years now.

I would recommend this book to everyone especially those who are in college as the laws are fucked up. I don't want to give away everything from the book, but the book states that college court system is "kangaroo court system" where the gender dynamics incentivizes and encourages woman to actually falsely accuse man for rape. This book brings case studies, science, and other researches that back up his reasoning and logic.

10/10.
If you have been around the red pill community, many things in this book could be repetitive, but it's a different when you are actually reading something from the book when the author cites his research for majority of the content. Really quick read, but will read again later.
 

Richard Turpin

Kingfisher
'Might is Right' by 'Ragnar Redbeard' *

This short but powerful book just blew me away the first time I read it many years ago and still leaves a lasting impression. Such aggression, purpose and venom all wrapped up in such beautiful language (surely, its author must have been a man of some talent!). It's hard to believe it's well over 100 year old as the reality depicted in those pages seems timeless.

Random quote;

'What is your “civilization and progress” if its only outcome is hysteria and downgoing? What is “government and law” if their ripened harvests are men without sap? What are “religions and literatures” if their grandest productions are hordes of faithful slaves? What is “evolution and culture” if their noxious blossoms are sterilized women? What is “education and enlightenment” if their dead-sea-fruit is a caitiff race, with rottenness in its bones?'

(the rest of the book continues in that fashion, relentlessly. The author never takes his foot off your throat for a single minute!)

Some of the text is shocking enough even today and if you haven't read it, then you may well find yourself triggered as no punches are pulled and the language and tone is harsh, unforgiving, and combative. I know some that would be disgusted by it and would throw it in the bin. Others would be disgusted, but would go back to it again and again through curiosity. Others will lap up every word.

Sometimes I read a couple of pages when I'm feeling defeated and suddenly I'm ready to take on the world. I'd recommend reading it just before a workout for maximum testosterone gains!! The politics and worldview? I'm working my way through that, some good, some bad and some yet-to-be-decided.

If the content of the book wasn't so divisive, the book would certainly be viewed by the mainstream as some sort of classic. I don't think it's banned yet, so I'd recommend buying a physical copy before they do eventually ban it. I'm off to read another couple of pages now ....

* I can't believe there is still so much doubt over the identity of the author!? I know there are a couple of suspects, but how come, no certainty! The style is nothing if not distinctive!
 

Hypno

Crow
Chris Brown said:
Eustace Mullins NewHistory of the jews is a must read.
I haven't read that one but I do recommend World Order and The Federal Reserve Conspiracy. The latter was heavily plagiarized by G. Edward Griffin when he wrote the much longer and less useful The Creature from Jekyll Island.

World Order, among other things tells the equally interesting story of how the Bank of England was founded. The BOE was the firstg privately-owned central bank and the model for the Fed.
 

Fortis

Crow
Gold Member
bgbusiness said:
Piankhi said:
Just got my hands on Brave New World. Is it a must read?
I wouldn't say it's a must read, but I thought it was pretty good.
I am not sure how many books you are trying to read in your life, but I am going for 100+ self-development books, so BNW was on my list...If you are going for 20+ books, it's probably unnecessary. I would read more practical books like 48 Laws of Power instead. lol.
Are there really people who are only planning to read 20+ books of any kind in their life? Seems limited.
 

debeguiled

Peacock
Gold Member
Fortis said:
Are there really people who are only planning to read 20+ books of any kind in their life? Seems limited.
20 self help books is more than enough, maybe too many, and women shouldn't be allowed to read even one.
 

Fortis

Crow
Gold Member
Fair enough.

I personally think women should not learn to read at all.

That said, I would not put "Brave New World" in the "self-help" category. Like someone said earlier, spending an afternoon to sit down and read one of the seminal works of science fiction (if you're interested) is a worthy endeavour. I say this as a guy who majored in English, so take that with a grain of salt.

I think there are self-help books that we read to help us get on the right track and then there are works of literature that elevate and illuminate the human soul. I will not say that one is superior to the other, but I'd we should not mix the two up or we deny ourselves some awesome lessons.
 
I would way that in my short life, i have come across with 2 books that i would consider as life-changing books (red pill books). The first one is The art of seduction of Robert Greene, in few words, it teaches you on how to manipulate people by seducing them. The second one is my now current lecture, The rational male of Rollo tomassi, again in few words it teaches you how society and relationships in the author's perspective work.
In terms of science fiction i would consider 100 years of solitude as the best read i have ever come across.
 

Davidovich

Sparrow
Gold Member
The Key, by Whitley Strieber. Unique little book that has me re-reading it over and over. Strieber reports on a conversation he had with a stranger who barged into his hotel room in 1998 . It was the most interesting conversation he ever had.

If the book is factual, and I think it is, this is the most important and interesting book I have ever read.

The Conversation and the Afterword, and the Fragmentary Inclusions, and the Prophesy of the Key, are separate chapters which can be read in any order. I was very skeptical, so started with the Afterword and worked up to the Conversation the next day. It's neither science, or religion, or science fiction exactly. However, it is compelling, and it has worked its magic on me. On Kindle about $4.99.
 
I'm not a massive fan of self-help books buy each to their own i guess. Auto(biogrpahies) of key individuals in politics, economics, finance and history books are worth paying the money for.

FYI, the bank of england was privately owned due to the fact in 1694 the Kind og Englands credit rating was so low he was unable to borrow the £1,200,000 at 8% pa the government wanted in order to rebuild the navy after defeat to the French. Over 1500 people invested in a 'Bank of England' ranging from the King and Queen to carpenters. It's not a fucking conspiracy.
 

Labienus

Woodpecker
I just read The Quest for Cosmic Justice by Thomas Sowell.

A must read for anyone who wants to see the arguments for equality of opportunity and equality of outcome ripped to shreds. He refutes John Rawls' arguments for equality, good stuff.
 
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