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By Carlos Porter
Paperback, 134 Pages
Two dozen outrageous satires by the author of Made in Russia: The Holocaust, Not Guilty at Nuremberg and War Crimes Trials and Other Essays. With cartoons by A. Wyatt Mann
That repression causes neurosis is a truism of the modern world. This applies chiefly to sexual matters. It does not apply to racial matters (at least not when expressed by whites). It is the hypothesis of this authority (i.e., myself) that millions of white Americans are suffering from serious neurotic symptoms caused by the repression of their racial feelings.
Freud believed that neurosis would cure itself through the "catharsis" of analysis, i.e., the "expression" of "repressed feelings". It is the hope of this practitioner that the present modest volume may make some small contribution to the therapy of racially repressed white persons in situations of difficulty. - Carlos Whitlock Porter, 19 September 2013.
Warning: Contains racially explicit material. For adults only.
Reviewed by JRBooksOnline Oct 10, 2016
In this booklet, Carlos Porter presents 25 short essays showcasing his sharp, polemical and ironic style as he comments on everything wrong with contemporary society, with its accent on “democracy” and “human rights”. Porter is someone who has rooted out the hypocrisy and self-contradiction inherent in these views, with their pretended belief in human equality (they don't) and outcome-based assessment of social progress (it can't).
Nearly everything Porter writes about, especially on immigration, banking and globalisation, has become substantially worse since he originally wrote these essays. Just look at one quote: "The principal reason for the failure of National Socialism to attract adherents is its lack of hypocrisy" (p. 45), and you know you have something of lasting value. Another: "Just as Americans do not walk because they have cars, they do not think or feel, because they have television" (p. 126). Porter is a writer of depth, perspicacity and a keen sense of history. Buy a copy and prepare to be enlightened.