If you would do a review of Hollywood blockbusters of the past half century, you would find out that most films carry anti-white undertones, promoting multiculturalism, miscegenation, matriarchy, and the mockery of male impotence. For decades, Hollywood has been the world’s propaganda machine, the frontline in the fight against Western civilization.
Joe Atwill’s 2006 book Caesar’s Messiah makes the case that Christianity’s New Testament was written by a scholar named Flavius Josephus and/or a group of people surrounding him. Josephus was an adoptive son of the ruling Flavian dynasty, which provided three Roman Caesars: Vespasian, Titus, and Domitian. It turns out that the New Testament contains clever references to Josephus’s book The War of the Jews, in which prophecies made by Jesus Christ later seem to be confirmed as historical events.
I finally got around reading Thomas Piketty’s 2013 Capital in the Twenty-First Century, in the original French edition, a 700-page tome. With just three remarks I can dismiss the entire work as a useless exercise in ignorance.