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Rick44
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[Big Grin]

I'm probably preachin to the chior here, but has anyone read the book "Unintended Consequences" Author's name is Ross.

Simply an outstanding book dealing with second ammendment issues.

Rick

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Yep I still didn't finish it.
You read the The Turner Diaries?

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I read the Turner Diaries and still don't know why so many people got upset about it.
It was written, as MANY books are, from a *what if* point of view. During the actual time it was written, when laws were being changed rapidly, many people were viewing such accelerated change with alarm.
I have seen books that use the same writing/plot device on best-seller lists...
There have been several that novelized the world as it would be today (or in the future) if:
The South had won the Civil War
Germany or Japan had won WWII
Certain presidents had NOT been elected
and so forth...
Yes, the author was racially biased, but again, look at WHEN the book was actually written AND where the author was AND the authors background.

If you delve deep into the book and get past the *civil rights* issues, the author makes some very good arguements for the Second Ammendment and the right and duty of the American people to revolt when the Constitution becomes a document of tyranny,and not the espousal(adoption and/or declaration) of the rights and freedoms of the American people as it was meant to be!

You can order it from Amazon, but what is interesting is reading the reviews posted HERE:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1569800863/103-9714794-2475840?v=glance&n=283155

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gwynyvyr......I simply cannot focus on reading your post with them hooters literally slapping me in the face! LMAO!!! Love ya gal..... [Big Grin] [Big Grin]

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quote:
Originally posted by Rick44:
[Big Grin]

I'm probably preachin to the chior here, but has anyone read the book "Unintended Consequences" Author's name is Ross.

Simply an outstanding book dealing with second ammendment issues.

Rick

Yes, twice. Should be required reading any and everyone supporting the 2nd amendment.

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Rick44
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That Unintended Consequences book does get a little dry and chewy towards the beginning, but it really heats up in the back nine.

I'll have to look for those Turner Diaries; I've never read them.

The protagonist in Unintended Consequences sort of uses the Leaderless Resistance principles to achieve his aims. (pun intended)

[Big Grin]

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quote:
Originally posted by Pennville bill:
quote:
Originally posted by Rick44:
[Big Grin]

I'm probably preachin to the chior here, but has anyone read the book "Unintended Consequences" Author's name is Ross.

Simply an outstanding book dealing with second ammendment issues.

Rick

Yes, twice. Should be required reading any and everyone supporting the 2nd amendment.
That and "The Wichita massacre"

http://www.amren.com/0208issue/0208issue.html#cover

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The greatest feat the Devil ever achieved was convince the world he didn't exist.

Neca eos omnes Deus suos agnoscet
Translation:
"Kill them all.
God will know His own."

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Rick44
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Yeah, that one torqued my jaws a little too.

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Rick44
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http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1888118040/002-1717271-4491206?v=glance&n=283155

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I've read it - very good book.

Has anyone read Patriots by James Wesley, Rawles? It's another good page turner.

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Rick44
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Patriots is another excellent book. J.W, Rawles has a daily blog that is very informative.

http://www.survivalblog.com/

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I look at survivalblog every day.

I don't know if you meant for this thread to turn into a book list, but another good read is Enemies Foreign and Domestic by M. Bracken.

The abuse by the Freddies gets yer blood boiling, but the story is great!

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How about Molon Labe by Boston T Party? Nice piece of fiction.

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