posted on Apr, 14 2012 @ 12:22 PM
I was thinking how similar the current state of America is very much like the dystopian/alternate history book The Turner Diaries. Has anyone else
read the book? Its well worth reading if you missed it. The current racial tension's that are brewing(manufactured)and the rising price of fuel and
the control of the government.....so many things remind me of The Turner Diaries. America is not as bad as William Luther Pierces vision of what
America would become but it does seem to be on the fast track.
If you have not read the book I must warn you that it is written by a white supremacist and is easily the most racist thing I have ever encountered.
Its so racist it border's on being comical. But it really is worth a read. I really enjoyed it. It was inspired by Jack London's masterpeice The Iron
Heel and is written in the same style.
The book The Turner Diaries was also a favourite of Timothy Mcveigh,which is how I discovered it. Apparently he would hand out copies to people at gun
shows and considered it his 'handbook'. I can see why he would have considered it his handbook. It in a way reads like a manual for overthrowing a
government. The American Government. I found that side of the book to be the most appealing
The methods employed are methods that should remain
fiction but it really is an interesting and enjoyable read if you can get past the racism.
If anyone has read the book,do you agree?Was William Luther Pierce on the money? I consider him to be somewhat of a futurist. It was written in 1978
as a serial in a white supremacist tabloid and later printed in paperback.and it predicts a heck of alot that has happened as far as government
control,the internet,identity issues,control and many other things in addition to cost of fuel and racial tension.
I dont think many places would sell the book but you can find it online if you look. If you download it you may be put on an FBI/CIA watchlist or
something so it may be safer to download it from work or a friends house and stick it on a usb
edit on 14-4-2012 by Germanicus because: (no reason given)