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Darwinism with Training wheels By Eirik Bloodaxe

Soon it will be Yule time, and barbarian Darwinian survivalist nut-jobs will be seeking gifts that give. So, dig deep into the LaFond canon, and spread the good word to friends and family. Imagine the sheer joy that these books can bring as family open their strongly wrapped gifts, tied with barbed wire to the Xmas tree. But, after that, you may consider a look at: Robert Greene, The 48 Laws of Power, (Profile books, London, 2002).

This is the ultimate alpha self-help book, full of ballsy quotes from butch philosophers such as Machiavelli (1469-1527), Sun Tzu (4th century BC) and Schopenhauer (1788-1860). From the book: “we need to be subtle – congenial yet cunning, democratic yet devious”; “game of constant duplicity”; “civilized war.”

Chapter titles include “Never Put Too Much Trust in Friends, Learn How to Use Enemies,” and “Crush Your Enemy Totally.” “Have no mercy. Do not take their hatred personally. Crush your enemies as totally as they would crush you. Ultimately the only peace and security you can hope for from your enemies is their disappearance.” “Allow your enemies no options. Annihilate them and their territory is yours to carve.”

I concur, totally:

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