In our age of controlled opposition, it can be hard to find useful source materials. To send you off in the right direction, and since I’ve read over a thousand books, I’ve put together a small selection I think right-wing thinkers should read.
1. Thinking Black: 22 Years Without a Break in the Long Grass of Central Africa
By Daniel Crawford
Written in 1912 by a Christian missionary, this travel ‘blog’ styled book coincidentally paints a picture of the black psyche. By today’s standards, this is a forbidden book. It’s also a refreshing gem. Read it to learn about the Negro, his culture of following the leader, and his inability to think abstractly. Find out why black men depicted on Egyptian steles thousands of years ago look precisely the way native blacks do today. And discover why native Central African vocabularies amount to no more than present-day Ebonics.
Get it from archive.org
2. The Horse, the Wheel, and Language: How Bronze-Age Riders from the Eurasian Steppes Shaped the Modern World
By David W. Anthony
Though not a right-wing author, Anthony gives the reader knowledge about one group of white people’s ancestors—the Yamnaya people from the Pontic steppes, north of the Black Sea and the Kaspian Sea. These Aryan cattle herders were the first humans to domesticate horses, and coincidentally also the inventors of the wheel. When these people ventured westward, they brought nearly all modern European languages with them.
Get it from libgen.io
3. The Fates of Nations: A Biological Theory of History
By Paul Colinvaux
The author is an ecologist who takes a birds-eye view of human civilization. He explains that all continued human population growth must eventually end in war.
Get it from abebooks.com
4. Blood and Soil: Speeches and Essays
By R. Walther Darré
An Argentinian man of German descent who became the Third Reich’s Minister of Agriculture. He speaks of the need to rebuild a rural Germanic nobility and of the need to breed a robust rural Aryan stock to replace the weaker city folk.
5. The Coming Caesars
By Amaury de Riencourt
“It is the contention of this book that expanding democracy leads unintentionally to imperialism and that imperialism inevitably ends in destroying the republican institutions of earlier days; further, that the greater the social equality, the dimmer the prospects of liberty, and that as society becomes more equalitarian, it tends increasingly to concentrate absolute power in the hands of one single man.”
6. Traditionalism: The Only Radicalism
By John Dunn
“When there is only one cultural perspective and no alternative story, where is the judgment about the worth of the existing regime meant to come from? The left-right political dichotomy serves liberalism by not challenging it. Democracy sustains the status quo by offering the illusion of choice with no choice. Genuine opposition can only emerge if there is an alternative story with which to counter the current mythos.”
7. God and Folk: Soldierly Affirmation
By Anonymous (probably Kurt Eggers)
A German poet rallies against Christianity. He drums up men to return to the restless Odin, the God of War. This book was initially meant as a work of propaganda to get the non-Christian segment of German society to join the fight against Bolshevism. Nevertheless, it contains sensible words that the heathens among us will appreciate.
Get it from archive.org (this translation has some spelling errors, though)
8. Ship of Fools: An Anthology of Learned Nonsense about Primitive Society
By C.H. Hallpike
According to Hallpike, our primitive ancestors were nothing like they are being portrayed today. For example, among primitive peoples, homosexuality doesn’t exist. Hallpike also rallies against the notion of what he calls ‘Universal Darwinism’ (the selfish gene theory). He explains we are products of group evolution, not of individual evolution.
Get it from libgen.io
9. Intellectuals: From Marx and Tolstoy to Sartre and Chomsky
By Paul Johnson
Johnson exposes a host of leftish intellectuals as frauds. Their reasoning always begins with an ideology and ends in mass murder. Karl Marx, for example, invented proclaiming ‘scientific’ truths by associating his own beliefs with the natural sciences. Marxism hĳacked the natural sciences during the mid-19th century. Ever since, science has adopted Marx’s materialism as its worldview.
Find it on libgen.io
10. The Forest Passage / Storm of Steel
By Ernst Jünger
Though “Jünger was no Nazi … he had just as little use for modern democracy or liberalism; much of his thought seems to have revolved around a type of social and political elitism with a spiritual core. It appears that The Forest Passage was his first exploration of the specific topic of resistance to tyranny.” If you haven’t read Jünger, you’re not right-wing. Sadly, many of his over 50 books have never been translated into English.
Find his books on libgen.io