5 books that will turn you into an alt-right bigot

Have you ever felt like you’re hated by lefties and you don’t know why? Do you find yourself losing your patience with all the mindless imbeciles around you? Are you tired of all those constantly outraged politically correct knee-jerkers who put feelings before facts?

If you answered yes to the above questions, then you just might be an alt-right bigot. And you’ve come to the (far) right place! Because I’m going to give you some helpful tools on how to refine your intellectual superiority.

Batteries not included.

5 books that will turn you into an alt-right bigot.

 
Basic Economics by Thomas Sowell
 

Basic Economics: A Common Sense Guide To The Economy

Thomas Sowell, a black man who grew up in Harlem, knows what it’s like being a white supremacist. His white privilege got him into Harvard University and, through no critical thinking skills of his own, went on to become one of the greatest economists and social theorists in modern history.

I read Basic Economics in 2016 and will read again this year. It’s easy to follow and doesn’t use complicated jargon.

“The first lesson of economics is scarcity: there is never enough of anything to fully satisfy all those who want it. The first lesson of politics is to disregard the first lesson of economics.”

Man’s Search For Meaning

This book, by Viktor Frankl, blew my mind. It forced me to rethink everything I know about life’s struggles and the hardships we Neo-Nazi fascists face.

Viktor, who died in 1997, was a Holocaust survivor. In the book he details how he remained mentally strong through all the tortue, starvation, sickness, and death around him. His belief was that the Germans could take his body, but they could never take his mind. He went on to become a psychologist who helped people with problems. Your argument is invalid.

“When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.”

 
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Why Nations Fail: The Origins Of Power, Prosperity, And Poverty

If you want to challenge your idea that Africa is poor because “black people are useless” or “Asians are the most advanced”, then read this book.

For example, North and South Korea have largely the same geographic location, ethnic diversity, and climate, yet the south is a success and the north is a failure.

Leftists hate individual liberty and free markets, which makes this an excellent alt-right bestseller!

“As we will show, poor countries are poor because those who have power make choices that create poverty.”

Anatomy Of The State

No alt-right bigot can claim his credentials unless he has read something by historian and economist Murray Rothbard. In this case, Anatomy Of The State, in which you will see how governments are self-imposed coercive institutions that steal from citizens and produce nothing. The state, via proxy of the government, is a predatory entity that monopolises violence to expand its own power.

“Since production must always precede predation, the free market is anterior to the State. The State has never been created by a “social contract”; it has always been born in conquest and exploitation.”

 
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The New Right

Michael Malice is brilliant. And since he understands why anti-left sentiment appears to be growing globally, he is obviously Trump-loving racist scum.

Do yourself a favour and read this book if you want to up your alt-right game.

“The left does not win its battles in debate. It doesn’t have to. In the twenty-first century, media is everything. The left wins because it controls the narrative. The narrative is controlled by the media. The left is the media. Narrative is everything. I call it the Democrat-media complex.”

You’ll thank me later.

If you approve of this list and would like me to write a follow-up list, then I will do so with pleasure.

After all, nothing says “alt-right bigot” quite like thinking critically and independently.