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Might is Right by Ragnar Redbeard
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Mar 13, 2010

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Read from March 18 to April 09, 2010

So many things I agree with, so many I disagree with among all that I read in this book. Apart from the white supremacist and sexist thoughts against women that I find quite stupid, narrow-minded and paranoid - in fact, it's not much different to the conservative Judeo-Christian way of thinking, even though the author himself is very anti-Christian - I found the thoughts about natural laws very inspiring, and so the anti-Christian thoughts. However, it was quite a hard read as it was written in the late 19th century, and English isn't my mother tongue. The Social Darwinist thoughts couldn't have been better expressed than Ragnar's words. I still think of this book as a useful, inspiring piece of literature, just ignoring the bothering parts and move on to those that really say the truth. On the other hand I must confess that I didn't bother to read the very last chapter, after about 2 pages it made my blood boil too much.
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