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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 3/7/2013 8:59:44 PM   
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hmmmmm Im afraid you silly Newblettes have me over a barrel. I havent even begun to release the heavy artillery yet & if I do I might cause a thermonuclear meltdown so I will agree to disagree for the moment in this venue since I have the proof that the entire operation is an inside job in my possession.
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Really? Who by? It wasn't them Red Indians was it? There's Injuns on them planes!


OMG, you are on to something. Let me add that those Red Devils threw jars of George Bush farts to bring the towers down.
warspite1

Were the farts impregnated with thermite?



How would one actually go about impregnating a fart with thermite?

warspite1

Spread thermite on pickled onions before eating and hey presto!


That is the theory, according to the book Everything Is George Bush's Fault, by SLAAKMAN.

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 3/7/2013 9:00:54 PM   
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hmmmmm Im afraid you silly Newblettes have me over a barrel. I havent even begun to release the heavy artillery yet & if I do I might cause a thermonuclear meltdown so I will agree to disagree for the moment in this venue since I have the proof that the entire operation is an inside job in my possession.
warspite1

Really? Who by? It wasn't them Red Indians was it? There's Injuns on them planes!


OMG, you are on to something. Let me add that those Red Devils threw jars of George Bush farts to bring the towers down.
warspite1

Were the farts impregnated with thermite?



How would one actually go about impregnating a fart with thermite?

warspite1

Spread thermite on pickled onions before eating and hey presto!


That's diabolical!
warspite1

Well how else can you bring the towers down? You'll be suggesting they fly aircraft into the towers next


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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 3/7/2013 9:01:29 PM   
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hmmmmm Im afraid you silly Newblettes have me over a barrel. I havent even begun to release the heavy artillery yet & if I do I might cause a thermonuclear meltdown so I will agree to disagree for the moment in this venue since I have the proof that the entire operation is an inside job in my possession.
warspite1

Really? Who by? It wasn't them Red Indians was it? There's Injuns on them planes!


OMG, you are on to something. Let me add that those Red Devils threw jars of George Bush farts to bring the towers down.
warspite1

Were the farts impregnated with thermite?



How would one actually go about impregnating a fart with thermite?

warspite1

Spread thermite on pickled onions before eating and hey presto!


That is the theory, according to the book Everything Is George Bush's Fault, by SLAAKMAN.


He might be on to something.

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 3/7/2013 11:50:27 PM   
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Im sorry but Im only allowed to argue if you pay or if Im arguing in my spare time.


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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 3/9/2013 11:19:29 PM   
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The New World Order is "Communism"
http://henrymakow.com/what_is_communism.html


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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 3/13/2013 9:00:36 PM   
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Download the book here:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/8634527/Bella-Dodd-School-of-Darkness



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Bella Dodd (1904-1969) a lawyer and Political Science professor, was a Communist Party organizer from 1932-1948 and a member of the National Council of the CPUSA from 1944-48.

In her book, "School of Darkness", she said Communists like her infiltrated and took control of liberal and socialist groups and unions. (She took control of the NY State Teachers Union.) She said Communism is a cult that is conspiring to enslave the world.

In testimony to HUAC in 1953, she revealed some Liberals "have allowed themselves to become supporters of the very members of this conspiracy. This is not liberalism, not liberalism in the finest sense of the word. This is just allowing the Communist to pull them into a propaganda environment which says that "anyone who is close to the Communist is a liberal. I do not believe that is the definition of "a liberal."

She offered the classical definition: "A liberal is a person who believes in the right of the individual to function. The Communist does not believe in the right of the individual. They believe only in the right of the collective. The individual is only part of a collective group, and whenever he doesn't move according to the collective, he is ousted from the group."

Mr. Kuzig: "So you would say that when so-called liberals today, self-denominated liberals, support and work with the Communist program, they are being deluded into thinking they are helping a liberal cause when it is not liberal."





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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 3/13/2013 9:30:50 PM   
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A Princess of Mars from the Barsoom series by Edgar Rice Burroughs, have the series of 11 on e-pub (still wish I had the books though, for me screens will never replace the printed page, you ever tried taking a 1440x900 screen in the bath?)

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 3/14/2013 11:41:17 PM   
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French Cruisers 1922-1956 by Jordan and Moulin arrived today Hope its as good as French Battleships 1922-1956 by Jordan and Dumas.

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 3/15/2013 10:07:03 AM   
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A Princess of Mars from the Barsoom series by Edgar Rice Burroughs, have the series of 11 on e-pub (still wish I had the books though, for me screens will never replace the printed page, you ever tried taking a 1440x900 screen in the bath?)

Darkspire

People read books in the bath? Don't they get wet?

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 3/15/2013 7:49:47 PM   
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French Cruisers 1922-1956 by Jordan and Moulin arrived today Hope its as good as French Battleships 1922-1956 by Jordan and Dumas.
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Oh yes!!!

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 3/20/2013 8:06:41 PM   
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One of the authors that actually got me reading in my youth has passed away.

James Herbert.

I think I will have to buy The Dark again. Qualiteeee

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-21870413

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 3/20/2013 9:26:44 PM   
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Oh, that's sad. I have enjoyed reading all of his books.

Best wishes,
Steve

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 3/20/2013 9:49:36 PM   
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Twilight War - The Secret History of America's Thirty-Year Conflict with Iran by David Crist

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 3/20/2013 10:29:30 PM   
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A Princess of Mars from the Barsoom series by Edgar Rice Burroughs, have the series of 11 on e-pub (still wish I had the books though, for me screens will never replace the printed page, you ever tried taking a 1440x900 screen in the bath?)

Darkspire

People read books in the bath? Don't they get wet?


Well....yes. That's why they're in the bath in the first place.

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 3/21/2013 12:57:47 AM   
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The second book in The Mongoliad series. I read some bad reviews of the books but was interested in the topics anyway, and at least for me, I am enjoying the books. They're not great, and they drag and I skim in a few places, but in general they are entertaining. And the price on Kindle is great. $.99 for the first one and $2.99 for the next two.

Before that I read Inferno by Max Hastings, a new history of WWII. He does a very good job of weaving a lot of first-person accounts from ordinary soldiers and civilians into the story and assumes that the reader has a basic knowledge of WWII. He has some very interesting positions on some issues. Hate MacArthur. Speaks very poorly of the average British soldier and the American soldier (except the Marines). Etc.

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 3/21/2013 1:23:33 AM   
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Stalingrad, How The Red Army Triumphed.

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 3/22/2013 6:32:57 AM   
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The God That Failed is a 1949 book which collects together six essays with the testimonies of a number of famous ex-communists, who were writers and journalists. The common theme of the essays is the authors' disillusionment with and abandonment of communism. The promotional byline to the book is "Six famous men tell how they changed their minds about Communism."

The six contributors were Louis Fischer, André Gide, Arthur Koestler, Ignazio Silone, Stephen Spender, and Richard Wright.
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Richard Crossman, the British MP who conceived and edited the volume, at one point approached the famous American ex-communist Whittaker Chambers about contributing an essay to the book. At the time Chambers was still employed by Time magazine, having not yet gone public with his charges against Alger Hiss, and so declined to participate.

The book contains Fischer's definition of "Kronstadt" as the moment in which some communists or fellow-travelers decide not just to leave the Communist Party but to oppose it as anti-communists. Editor Crossman said in the book's introduction: "The Kronstadt rebels called for Soviet power free from Bolshevik dominance" (p. x). After describing the actual Kronstadt rebellion, Fischer spent many pages applying the concept to some subsequent former communists—including himself: "What counts decisively is the 'Kronstadt.' Until its advent, one may waver emotionally or doubt intellectually or even reject the cause altogether in one's mind and yet refuse to attack it. I had no 'Kronstadt' for many years" (p. 204). Writers who subsequently picked up the term have included Whittaker Chambers, Clark Kerr, David Edgar, William F. Buckley, Jr.,


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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 3/22/2013 6:38:05 AM   
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Nearly unknown today, this extraordinary book deserves to be a classic. A gifted writer, Chambers soars whether discussing the world crisis that led him to Communism, his life underground, the trials of the establishment turning against him, and the religious faith that saw him through. Chambers emerges as a profoundly conscience-driven man, one whose human feelings kept him ever so slightly out of step with Communism as a party member, and which caused him repeatedly to consider the humanity of former comrades he ended up having to attack in trying to save his nation.

Whittaker Chambers joined the American Communist Party in the 1920s. He was then recruited into the separate Soviet-run Communist underground. He helped form a secret ring of Communists among New Deal officials who then spied on their own country, passing documents to the Soviets. Chambers led the ring for about three years before his growing disillusion with Communism led him to risk his life by breaking with the party in 1937, at the height of Stalin's purges.

He grew personally close to Alger Hiss, a New Deal lawyer with sterling credentials - including Harvard Law and working as a clerk for Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes. Hiss served in the Agriculture, State and Justice departments and later became president of the Carnegie Endowment for World Peace. He helped create the United Nations and advised Roosevelt at Yalta, where the ailing president ceded Eastern Europe to the Soviets, condemning it to half a century of Communist domination. Chambers' break with the party, and his later focus on Hiss in his accusations, is made poignant by the intensity of his friendship with Hiss.

Hiss's supporters defended him for decades. Conservatives, meanwhile, raised troubling questions about not only the UN and Yalta but about the nation's China policy leading up to the Communist takeover in 1949. They were labelled paranoid as a result. But decrypts of Soviet wartime cables called the Venona Files, kept secret until the 1990s, strongly suggested the guilt of Hiss and other officials suspected during the McCarthy era.

Chambers in 1939 told a high-ranking State Department official what he knew, but nothing was done. He went to work for Time magazine, becoming a star editor. In 1948, the House Un-American Activities Committee, spurred on by a young Richard Nixon, began hearings with Chambers as the main witness that Hiss had secretly been a Communist. The affair went on for nearly two years, including two trials of Hiss for perjury, ending in Hiss's conviction and three years in prison. Hiss also sued Chambers for slander, and a grand jury investigated Chambers' espionage charges. Another highly placed spy was Harry Dexter White, an assistant to FDR's treasury secretary. Long under suspicion, White died before being prosecuted. The affair saw dramatic twists and turns including Chambers' sensational production of long-hidden documents in Hiss's handwriting or typed on his typewriter - that Chambers stashed for safekeeping and briefly hid in a pumpkin before producing them as evidence.

The Hiss affair exposed a seamy underside to upbeat New Deal liberalism, suggesting its ranks were riddled with Communists loyal to a foreign government. Chambers saw the Russians succeed not only in spying but in shaping U.S. policy through their agents, furthering their efforts at world revolution and weakening this country.

In denial, the liberal establishment responded with the worst sort of personal attacks on Chambers, rather than support any honest efforts to get at the truth. The Republican HUAC worked at cross purposes with the Democratic Justice Department, one attempting to make Chambers' case and the other to discredit him. Reporters overwhelmingly sympathized with Hiss, an early instance of liberal press bias.


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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 3/22/2013 2:27:33 PM   
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Hey SLAAK...I've taken up reading this body of literature on your behalf.




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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 3/22/2013 11:25:11 PM   
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Hey SLAAK...I've taken up reading this body of literature on your behalf.

You should since the Illuminati actually are out to get us.


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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 4/13/2013 1:02:33 AM   
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One of the authors that actually got me reading in my youth has passed away.

James Herbert.

I think I will have to buy The Dark again. Qualiteeee

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-21870413
warspite1

Couldn't find The Dark so bought Ash instead. 100 pages in and so far so good


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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 4/13/2013 3:30:41 PM   
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"Lionheart" by Sharon Kay Penman.

http://www.amazon.com/Lionheart-Novel-Sharon-Kay-Penman/dp/0345517563/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1365863329&sr=8-2&keywords=Lionheart

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 4/20/2013 8:56:21 PM   
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Currently immersed in DRIVE ON MOSCOW, 1941, THE: Operation Taifun and Germany's First Great Crisis of World War II,by Niklas Zetterling , Anders Frankson

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 4/20/2013 9:21:40 PM   
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South Pacific Destroyer.

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 4/24/2013 7:11:22 PM   
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One of the authors that actually got me reading in my youth has passed away.

James Herbert.

I think I will have to buy The Dark again. Qualiteeee

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-21870413
warspite1

Couldn't find The Dark so bought Ash instead. 100 pages in and so far so good

warspite1

Just Finished Ash. A thoroughly entertaining read and I would recommend for those fans of the horror genre.

Next up its the latest biography of Lady Thatcher.

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 4/25/2013 12:32:43 AM   
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Love The Rats trilogy...read them when I was about 12 or so!!

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 4/25/2013 12:57:15 AM   
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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 4/25/2013 1:59:12 AM   
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I'm reading The Shadow of the Torturer by Gene Wolfe. Fascinating stuff - a book from the "dying earth" subgenre. I had no idea that that stuff is weird fantasy. I always saw books by Gene Wolfe on shelves and thought that they are some boring generic fantasy.
There's something about it that reminds me of H.P. Lovecraft, particularly of "The Tomb".

I finished reading "Slave Girl" by Sarah Forsyth. An autobiography of a women that was kidnapped and forced to be a prostitute in the Red Light District - apparently sexual slavery is distressingly common there.

Temporarily paused reading "Forgotten Soldier" by Guy Sajer.

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 4/25/2013 7:32:35 PM   
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Just finished the Skylark series by EE Doc Smith and now reading First Lensman on my kindle.

Also just read the first Clay Blair book on the uboat war and found it a bit iffy....

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RE: What Book Are You Reading at the moment? - 4/25/2013 10:24:31 PM   
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Praise Audible.com. Just bought, downloaded and began listening to A Companion to the Civil War and Reconstruction, Lacy Ford.

From Amazon: A Companion to the Civil War and Reconstruction, Lacy Ford.

Summary:

A Companion to the Civil War and Reconstruction is an extraordinary collection of 23 essays addressing the key topics and themes of the most divisive era in United States history. These original essays by top scholars in the field are organized chronologically into three parts: “Sectional Conflict and the Coming of the Civil War,” “the Civil War and American Society,” and “Reconstruction and the New Nation.” Each essay is an interpretive summary of the key literature in the field, and places the topic in historical context. Contributors include bibliographies and suggest future directions of the historiography. This volume provides students, scholars, and informed general readers of Civil War and Reconstruction history with a valuble guide to their research and teaching.

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