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Buy My Book, You Bigots!

Most of my life has frankly been pretty tawdry and stupid, with few accomplishments I can claim for myself; but if I die tonight – culturally enriched in some dark alley by a vibrant Wakandan aerospace engineer or Freddied by one of Obama’s inspirational DREAM warriors – I can go to my ghetto grave with the consolation that my tenure here on earth has not been totally squandered. Today is in a way the climax of my existence – at least so far – as I can finally and proudly announce the publication of my long-in-the-works blockbuster book Protocols of the Elders of Zanuck: Psychological Warfare and Filth at the Movies!

Five years in the making, this book is the definitive Alt-Right statement on Hollywood, covering every topic from the glorification of war and the lionization of magic blacks to deep state plots and degenerate sexual practices in America’s movie capital. From Soylent Green to Swordfish, from Heathers to Hellraiser: Bloodline, this work contains my most radical, never-before-published reinterpretations of cinema both low and highbrow, familiar and obscure. The book also constitutes a provocative contribution to the field of 9/11 studies, and should be regarded as mandatory reading for every conspiracy buff. Here’s a glimpse of what you get:

front cover

Here’s the front cover …

Contents

and here’s the table of contents.

Think of Protocols of the Elders of Zanuck as Rainer’s Culture of Critique. The book is huge – and by “huge” I mean phone-book-sized! – and comprises a treasure trove of forbidden information. In short, this is the writing that will make or break my reputation as an intellectual of the Alt-Right. My advice to those who think they may want to own a copy of this is to buy it now, before they intervene and take it out of circulation – and spread the word to your comrades, of course! $36.50, I realize, is not an inexpensive book, but this is the lowest price I am allowed to charge by Lulu for bookstore-quality printing – it is actually cheaper in terms of cents-per-page than most white nationalist books – and I hereby promise no reader will feel that his time or money has been misspent. If for no other reason, brothers, read it FOR THE LULZ.

Rainer Chlodwig von K.

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112 comments on “Buy My Book, You Bigots!

  1. NoddingHead
    March 31, 2018

    I have now read the entire book cover-to-cover. Good stuff. Amazing amount of research went into it.

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    • icareviews
      March 31, 2018

      Thanks again for buying and ACTUALLY READING IT. That’s the main thing. I’d rather somebody stole the book and read it cover to cover than just bought it and let it sit collecting dust on a shelf. I’m pretty bad about that, actually. I try to support dissident political voices by buying their independently published books, but then I always have a stack of such things sitting around and have trouble finding the time to read it all.

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  2. NoddingHead
    April 1, 2018

    You’re welcome. Thanks for writing it.

    The following link is to one of Dave McGowan’s series about the Boston Marathon thing. Wondering what you think about the Boston Marathon thing, and more specifically what you think of this particular post of his. Bradley Cooper, Chris Kyle, Steven Spielberg…

    http://centerforaninformedamerica.com/boston-7/

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    • icareviews
      April 1, 2018

      There are a lot of fishy things about the whole Boston scenario, like the FBI connection to the Tsarnaevs, and other stuff I’m probably forgetting at the moment. McGowan points out some inconsistencies in the testimonies that are interesting, but when people bring these carnage photos to my attention with Boston or Las Vegas I really have to plead my ignorance of the ins and outs of physical trauma.

      As far as the business of deliberately blurring the lines between fantasy and reality, that’s something we definitely have to consider with stories like Sandy Hook, Boston, Parkland, etc. I don’t usually write about these subjects, but I don’t think it’s necessarily outside the realm of possibility that the establishment could put out inaccurate information about a real or staged event in the hope that it will spawn a wave of half-baked conspiracy theories. Pizzagate could have been something like that. One reason I don’t write too often about these sorts of stories or the unending terror attacks like the ones in Paris, Nice, Munich, etc., is that, at some level, these all tend to be the same thing playing out over and over again. There’s the question of, was this real? Did anybody die? Were the death tolls exaggerated? If it was real, were the facts reported accurately? The risk is rushing headlong into hastily considered conspiracy theories and making a fool of yourself, as many YouTubers and bloggers tend to do in the hours and days immediately following one of these events. I think it’s wise not just to maintain a basic level of skepticism with regard to the mainstream media, but to also regard the alternative media with the same degree of caution. It’s important we don’t blow what little credibility we have in one wild weekend’s spree of leaping to conclusions.

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    • Hipster Racist
      April 1, 2018

      McGowan was such a great writer. I discover him like two weeks after 9/11, he was one of the very first people to call “bullshit.” Over the next few years I read all of his stuff. His basic blindspot was “fascism” and “Nazis” – typical baby boomer “Hitler was literally Satan and all bad things are related to Hitler.”

      Even as he started to figure out the entire 1960s counter culture thing was essentially a Hollywood/media/intel agency attempt to disrupt anti-Vietnam war sentiment, he just assumed there must have been “fascists” behind it. It was his blind spot.

      In case you didn’t know, he died of cancer a few years ago and the new site is run by his son and daughter.

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      • icareviews
        April 1, 2018

        I think I remember Jan Irvin actually asking McGowan point-blank on one occasion if he ever noticed any disproportionate involvement of Jews in this counterculture stuff and McGowan was clearly uncomfortable and just muttered something like, “No, not really, you know, I never noticed anything like that.” (McGowan, I know from transcribing things he said from interviews, was one of the worst people ever to fill gaps in his utterances with “like” and “you know”.)

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      • Hipster Racist
        April 1, 2018

        @icareviews

        Jan Irvin is an interesting one. He’s far beyond “right wing” or “left wing” which I like and he – at least recently – doesn’t seem to cuck on Jews or race, although I don’t think he’s really pro-White, per se. I also really like the musicologist guy he does stuff with. Both of them, however, like Joe Atwill, just can’t seem to separate geniune “truth” from all sorts of bizarre conspiracy/Illuminati/Freemasonry stuff.

        Atwill is a case in point. Nothing in Caesar’s Messiah was unique to him – that stuff has been known since the “higher criticism” in 19th Century Germany – but he wrapped it up in a nice easy to understand package for the layman. People who won’t read the original higher critics – or even the pre-Constantine classical authors who knew all about “the superstition we didn’t believe until Vespasian’s reign” – or even Robert Eisenman – can spend a weekend reading Caesar’s Messiah.

        I’ll even grant that Atwill may be on to something with Shakespeare, and it seems quite plausible that Catcher in the Rye has some Freemasonry references to it (Masons were a very popular club for WASPs for most of American history, after all.)

        But he just falls into this stupid trap that these “conspiracies” are all super organized for thousands of years. Talk about missing the forest for the trees.

        The Rosicruicians were a couple of well known authors inventing their own “ancient” secret society as a sort of literary and social experiment. I mean, do people realize that Phi Kappa Phi is not actually related to any ancient Greek society, but that the whole Greek/fraternity thing is a literary pretension meant to, essentially, honor the ancient founders of the Western world?

        They eventually kicked me off of /r/conspiracy because I was trying to get people to understand, no, the importance of Skull & Bones is NOT that they have freaky “occult” like rituals with skulls. The importance of Skull & Bones is that it’s the sons of the wealthy political elite. The skulls and bones are nothing more than old fashioned hazing. If they were a Black fraternity, they would just beat each other up (like the Black fraternities did in my university, where once every few years they put some poor Black freshman in the hospital.)

        It drives me up the wall because those Freemasons, those Skulls and Bones, those Rosicrucians – they are us. (Well, at least me.) They were our elite and they did, at least to some degree, have a certain paternalistic kind of noblisse oblige, a feeling of responsibility to regular White people. Things in America went to hell precisely when they lost power to the Jews because of Television.

        Same annoyance I feel when people watch Eyes Wide Shut and say “wealthy elites have sex parties and dress up in costumes – scandalous!” Right before they go down to the local strip club and get lapdances.

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      • Hipster Racist
        April 1, 2018

        It’s all less “Illuminati” and more “Dead Poet’s Society.”

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      • icareviews
        April 2, 2018

        I was disappointed recently to find that Irvin has apparently taken up this “new history” theory according to which the Middle Ages are a hoax and all the history books are part of a conspiracy and ancient Rome was actually in Kazakhstan or something ridiculous like that. I may be getting the details of the theory wrong, but it’s some sort of utter horseshit like that.

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      • Hipster Racist
        April 2, 2018

        @icareviews

        That’s Anatoly Fomenko’s “New Chronology.” Like most of these things, it’s based on a grain of truth (Fomenko isn’t the first to posit the idea that the received chronology is wrong, or that the Greek and Roman classics are mostly products of the Middle Ages, Isaac Newton was one of the first and there was a lot of currency for similar ideas in the early post-Renaissance.)

        But Fomenko takes that grain of truth and pops it like popcorn into an entire bowl full of crazy bullshit. The chess play Gary Kasporov was a big proponent of some of Fomenko’s ideas.

        Since you mentioned Irvin the other day I’ve been listening to some of his latest, about the Puritans. It’s like he just now got around to reading sophomore year European history textbooks and it’s all one big Judeo-Masonic-Jesuit conspiracy.

        Well, that is what taking LSD “hundreds of times” will do to you. Irvin realized it wasn’t “mind expanding” but mind destroying, but it sometimes takes 20 years for the brain damage to show up.

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  3. NoddingHead
    April 1, 2018

    I generally agree.

    “The risk is rushing headlong into hastily considered conspiracy theories and making a fool of yourself, as many YouTubers and bloggers tend to do in the hours and days immediately following one of these events.”

    We have to consider Hasbara or others who make up ridiculous stuff to tarnish all who question the “official version” of anything look like kooks. I posted this particular segment of McGowan’s Boston Marathon series because it’s allusions to Hollywood being involved seems to mesh well with what you have written.

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  4. NoddingHead
    April 1, 2018

    Yes, McGowan looked at most things from a “liberal” and “anti-fascist” perpective. Little or none of that left-bias showed up on his Boston Marathon stuff. Then he died of aggressive cancer.
    Love his “moondoggie” stuff too. Very convincing.

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  5. NoddingHead
    April 1, 2018

    I love how McGowan calls one of the “doctors” on scene in the Boston Marathon operation “Dr. Spielberg”. And the photos he provides really do look like Steven Spielberg. But that is just stereotyping on my part I guess. Bogoted.

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  6. NoddingHead
    April 1, 2018

    “….if he ever noticed any disproportionate involvement of Jews in this counterculture stuff and McGowan was clearly uncomfortable and just muttered something like, “No, not really, you know, I never noticed anything like that.” ”

    That is something that happens to everyone who starts noticing. Jumping from noticing the bullshit about these fake events, noticing the physical impossibility of WTC 7 falling in the way it did without controlled demolition, and the stuff noticed by Dave McGowan regarding Boston, is a long ways from noticing the ethnic hand behind it. He was an older guy who had been subject to Holocaust tales throughout his life. He knew he wasn’t ever supposed to accuse Jews of anything.

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  7. NoddingHead
    April 4, 2018

    I re-read “Moondoggie” in the last few days. It is awesome but he still thinks “Nazis” are the go-to evil people incarnate. He seems to be one of those older Boomer men (like almost all of my schoolmates) who think it is still necessary to be vehemently anti-Nazi all the time or else you can’t possibly have anything serious to offer.

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  8. NoddingHead
    April 4, 2018

    He actually did the “Hitler invented the Big Lie” bullshit. That was hard tp get past without throwing everything he posts out the window.

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  9. NoddingHead
    April 4, 2018

    Hey who is that woman who always vehemently defends Hitler on Alt-Right sites? Forgot her name. She is a brunette. Anyway, she often has good points and should post proof that it was not Hitler who was the champion of “the big lie”, he was just pointing out that his enemies did it a lot. Propoganda says Hitler and Goebbels and Nazis invented the concept of “the Big Lie”. But that is BS. They were just commenting on their enemies when they talked about it. Not promoting its use.

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  10. Kay One
    April 20, 2018

    Reblogged this on Kent's space.

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  12. Ferrie Funnee
    May 22, 2018

    A not very clever anti-Semitic piece of crap that tries to push the flawed argument that Jews are oversexed pedophiles. The focus this book has on predominantly homosexual pedophilia, is both a denial of the much more prevalent sexual explotation of girls, as it is an indication of the sexual preferences of the author: a religiously repressed homosexual.

    In short, the writer doesn’t think the rape of underage girls is all that important, but the rape of boys is. This is why he writes about that instead, almost exclusively.
    Ignoring the rape and sexual exploitation of girls allows him to ignore the fact that this is happenening in ALL of society, not just Hollywood. I wonder what the daughter of Warren Jeffs, who was raped from age eight by the self-declared “Christian” would make of the book? It completely ignores that most child rape takes place AT HOME, not in the offices of studio execs. I’m not saying ignore abuse in Hollywood, I’m saying that ignoring 80-90% of abuse, is a criminal act in and of itself.

    And yup, the title of the book is an unapologetic reference tothe most anti-Semitic book ever written, Protocols of the Elders of ZION. The anti-Semitic bible, if you wil. The fact that tis guy feels confident enough to be THAT openly anti-semitic, shows the damage that Trump has done to the Western world in general and America in particular.

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