Re: David Duke the White Supremacist?

From: Olga Bourlin (
Date: Sat Aug 25 2001 - 10:02:28 MDT

From: "Joe Dees" <>
> > "Michael M. Butler" <> Re:
David Duke the White Supremacist?Reply-To:
> >
> >Olga:
> >
> >If you've never gotten on an "enemy" mailing list just to check them out,
> >that's fine. But condemning other for possibly doing so seems like a
> >but possibly misplaced, reaction. I make a point to read things by people
> >"pooposing" (opposing) views.
> >
> This is exactly why I read the Turner Diaries and Hunter, the other book
by William Pierce (Andrew MacDonald is a pseudonym), Serpent's Walk by
Randolph D. Calverhall, The Kloran of the White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan,
Realm of Mississippi, Wake Up, America by Jerry Falwell, Battle for the Mind
by Tim LaHaye, A Time To Kill by Michael Bray, the Army of God Manuel,
Closed: 99 Ways to Stop Abortion by Joseph M. Scheidler, The Little Red Book
by Mao Tse Tung, The Little Green Book by Moammar Qaddafi, The Protocols of
the Learned Elders of Zion, Mein Kampf by Adoph Hitler, the Communist
Manifesto and Das Kapital by Karl Marx, and the Unabomber Manifesto by Ted
Kaczynski. It is important to know those whom you oppose, if only to be
prepared for the tricks people of such mindsets might try; they will
certainly attempt to understand you, so that they might exploit that

Thanks, Joe. I've read some of the books you mentioned, and have studied
the Old and New Testaments, as well, for information's sake (being an
atheist myself). I know what you're saying, and I agree. Working full
time, it's difficult to keep up with the several-books-at-once I have as it
is ... you know that saying, "So many books, so little time." We bookworms
sorely need to be able to upload whole libraries - or else be able to live
forever! (but will The Hunger cease then? ... aaargh.)


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