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Sunday, February 10, 2013


Here is another encouraging indication that there is, in fact, some real awakening among our people.  (See also the two Feb. 9 posts below.)

A good review of this important book:  "Wounds That Will Not Heal" by Russell Nieli (review by Thomas Jackson).  Also some good comments following the review on AmRen.  This book, while not perfect according to Jackson, is an important step in the right direction. 

Waking our people up to the racial and Jew-control situations we are faced with is the key to our racial redemption and to ridding our society of the excessive and anti-White power of the complicit and culpable Jews.  And publication of a book such as this makes me think that maybe, just maybe, that kind of awakening is more widespread than I had imagined; and is not such an impossible task.  That there is still some basis for hope and optimism.

I haven't yet read the book itself, so I don't know whether, or to what extent, the Jewish involvement is explored.  But even if that is not explicitly mentioned, this kind of discussion of affirmative action and other race-based preferences is extremely valuable in itself; and also because many people are already fully aware of the overwhelming Jewish influence in these areas -- discriminatoy anti-White laws and policies, liberalism, and academia.

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