These 3 books will turn you into a neo-Nazi

In my previous book recommendation post, Righteous Indignation, by Andrew Breitbart, is brilliantly brilliant , I told you about the best autobiography I’ve ever read. Andrew Breitbart was a media hero, personally taking on the well-oiled establishment machinery.

Reading his autobiography might not turn you into a neo-Nazi, but the following books will.

These 3 books will turn you into a neo-Nazi.

Dangerous

Dangerous, by Milo Yiannopoulos

Milo Yiannopoulos is a superb provocateur. Formerly the tech editor at Breitbart News, who (most accurately) covered the Gamergate controversy, he certainly is dangerous.

Well, his ideas, that is. (He is too fabulously camp to be physically dangerous.)

If his ideas weren’t dangerous, then he wouldn’t be as heavily targeted by the mainstream media and tech oligarchy. He’s been deplatformed and banned just about everywhere because the evangelical left don’t like his opinions and will do everything to silence him.

And yet, in spite of all of that including the cancellation of his book deal, Milo went on to self-publish Dangerous, which went on to sell thousands of copies.

It’s a fantastic read, and outlines why he is hated by gays, Muslims, liberals, feminists, conservatives, and everybody in between.

But it also highlights a darker, more sinister trend surrounding censorship, intolerance, and authoritarianism driven by the in-vogue left.

“I want people to be allowed to make jokes about, and discuss, anything they want. I don’t think people should be ostracized for doing so.”

SJWs Always Double Down

SJWs Always Double Down, by Vox Day

Trying to describe Vox Day’s SJWs Always Double Down is like trying to describe the internet to your great-grandmother.

‘SJW’ is an acronym for ‘social justice warrior’, which is basically somebody promoting socially progressive views. But not the good kind of social progress. For example, the destruction of family values, and the celebration of identity politics, racism, and victimhood.

This book is actually a sequel to SJWs Always Lie, which is also worth reading.

Here’s the thing.

Whether you realise it or not, you are currently engulfed in a culture war all around you. It is real and it is vicious. And while it might not be a war with guns (since lefties are scared of them), it’s more of a meta war using the mechanisms of the media and the state to police society’s thoughts and words and even actions. The culture war defies logic, and reasoned debate with SJWs is impossible.

SJWs Always Double Down is, in essence, a handbook on how the minds of these vile, hate-fueled individuals operate.

“No matter what you do, no matter who you are, and no matter who you know, the SJWs will come after you once they believe you pose a threat to their narrative, or to their objectives for the organization they are attempting to converge.”

The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F*ck

The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A Fuck, by Mark Manson

This is a self-help book.

It’s brilliant.

So brilliant, in fact, that I’ve read it twice.

Mark Manson, a blogger, takes a different approach to living an improved life. In a nutshell, the book cuts through romantic Oprah-styled positivity, revealing a brutally honest reflection of reality and why you’re a miserable neo-Nazi.

What makes it refreshing is the way in which Mark suggests where to give f*cks and where not to give f*cks.

The result, over time, is a better, more efficient version of yourself.

Read it. Don’t read it. Whatever. I don’t give a f*ck.

“You and everyone you know are going to be dead soon. And in the short amount of time between here and there, you have a limited amount of fucks to give. Very few, in fact. And if you go around giving a fuck about everything and everyone without conscious thought or choice—well, then you’re going to get fucked.”

Are you a neo-Nazi yet?

If not, then perhaps it’s because you’re an alt-right bigot.

Which is invariably what social justice warriors will label you, unless, of course, you’re a black non-binary lesbian who identifies as a Vietnamese hammock.