New PDF

I know that very few visitors have read Day of Wrath (PDF also linked at the end of my previous post): the translation of some chapters of the books I wrote in my native language.

But now that I work full time on the complete translation of the first book, I will not be adding many entries to this site. However, I can leave this discussion thread open for a week in case anyone has read DOW and wants to tell me something.

Published in: on January 30, 2020 at 12:10 pm  Comments (5)  

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  1. See what a Swede said about my work. (The guy distanced himself from me when I became a priest of the 14 words and thus didn’t condemn the actions of Anders Breivik in Norway.)

  2. I purchased and read “Day of Wrath” in December 2018. I absolutely loved it. From a purely intellectual perspective I found it fascinating (in a morbid way, of course) to learn about the long and storied history of child abuse which even gets institutionalized. Truly humans are wretched creatures.

    Am not sure how different the .pdf linked above is to the book I read, but I remember feeling somewhat cheated that it did not get into your personal life because I felt that this would have made it an even more intense and entertaining read. A psychological drama, an autobiography, a work of anthropology and racialism all in one!

    I was always hoping that you would translate your other autobiographical works in English in full and am encouraged that you seem to be intending to do this. I would get your books right away if I could.

    • Am not sure how different the .pdf linked above is to the book I read, but I remember feeling somewhat cheated that it did not get into your personal life because I felt that this would have made it an even more intense and entertaining read. A psychological drama, an autobiography, a work of anthropology and racialism all in one!

      As I said, I only added a very brief blog post to the PDF text (a text which is also the 2020 edition that Lulu now sells): a post that perhaps you already read because I published it here, this very month.

      You are right about having felt cheated. One of the reasons I didn’t mention the details of my family tragedy is because DOW—a compilation—is addressed to left-hemisphere minded people. But in my forthcoming translation emotions will explode… I’ll start to speak out about the details of the tragedy. And yes: my eleven books also contain racialism (especially after the fifth book).

  3. Chechar, do you know what happened to Black Wolf Radio? It appears their Bitchute channel has been removed.

    • After the Norman Spear doxxing, the administrator took it down, perhaps with the hope of reinstating it in the future.


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