"The Western press promptly forgot all about South Africa after Nelson Mandela assumed the presidency. The commissars of allowable opinion pretend atrocities have not been taking place, and smear anyone who mentions them. Ilana Mercer will have none of the lies and omissions of the commissars and the cowards. For the sake of white and black South Africans alike, her compelling account deserves a wide and sympathetic audience." --THOMAS E. WOODS, Ph.D., historian, author of the New York Times best-sellers, "Nullification," "Meltdown," "The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History," and the critically acclaimed, "The Church Confronts Modernity"
"Ilana Mercer calls her book `a labor of love to my homelands, old and new.' The old is South Africa, which the author left in 1995. The new is the U.S.A. In both nations the founding European stock yielded up their dominance in the interests of justice and liberty. Instead of moving to equal citizenship under fair laws, however, both nations - in different style and measure but with similarly dire results - have embraced official tribalism (`multiculturalism') and state-enforced racial favoritism (`affirmative action'). For South Africa the transformation has been fatal - brutally so for victims of the nation's swelling social disorder, as Ms. Mercer documents in heartbreaking detail. For the U.S.A. it is not too late to change course. The lesson of South Africa, if widely known, will help to open American eyes. Here is the lesson, in a compelling and important book." --JOHN DERBYSHIRE, novelist, "National Review" columnist, pop- math writer, author most recently of "We Are Doomed: Reclaiming Conservative Pessimism," and all- round bon vivant
"`The truth shall set you free,' a memorable Biblical phrase tells us. It does not say the truth shall make us comfortable or happy. `Into The Cannibal's Pot' fits this mold: it is an interesting, important, well- written and well-documented book that informs the reader but is likely to upset, perhaps even anger, some or many of them. --THOMAS SZASZ, the author of "The Myth of Mental Illness," "Psychiatry: The Science of Lies," and many other books
"Egalitarianism leads to democracy; democracy leads to socialism; socialism leads to economic destruction; and democratic socialism in multicultural societies leads to death and democide. This, in shocking detail, is what Ilana Mercer illustrates superbly in her case study of post-apartheid South Africa. America's political and intellectual `elites' will ignore this book, because it is politically `incorrect.' We can only do so at our own peril." --HANS-HERMANN HOPPE, Austrian school economist, libertarian political philosopher, emeritus professor of economics, University of Nevada, distinguished fellow, the Ludwig von Mises Institute, author of "Democracy: The God That Failed," and "The Economics and Ethics of Private Property"
"If you want to witness the end result of what in America is called `diversity,' you must read `Into the Cannibal's Pot.' `Diversity' is a euphemism for racial retribution administered mostly by guilty white liberals in universities, corporations, and government. It is a thoroughly collectivist notion that condones punishing the current generation of white males for the sins of the past. It's most extreme form is practiced in post-Apartheid South Africa, and its effects are meticulously documented by Ilana Mercer (who also writes marvelously): rampant black-on-white crime, racist labor laws that have created `The world's most extreme affirmative action program'; the confiscation of private property; economic socialism; state-sponsored terrorism; and, most sickeningly, the idolization of the corrupt and murderous Zimbabwean dictator, Robert Mugabe. The Western media ignore all of this because of their ideological love affair with the communistic African National Congress and, frankly, their support for many of these same policies." --THOMAS J. DILORENZO, professor of economics, Loyola College, Maryland, author of the best-selling "The Real Lincoln," "Lincoln Unmasked," and most recently, "Hamilton's Curse"
"Ilana Mercer's well-documented, encompassing study is at once heartbreaking, infuriating, illuminating and instructive. Ethnic cleansing is underway in the once great nation of South Africa, but Americans hear nothing of it; they are deliberately shielded by the same parties that served to bring it about, the liberal elites in Western governments and the press who believe that white South Africans `have it coming.' It is white guilt and the so-called right of black reprisal extrapolated to ghastly extremes; political correctness on steroids, and all in the name of craven progressive ideology. If the West is ever to occupy anything resembling moral high ground - not to mention avoiding this fate itself - it will have to come to terms with its part in South Africa's demise, and the misery, degradation and naked horror of those who now suffer." --- ERIK RUSH, columnist and author of Negrophilia: From Slave Block to Pedestal-America's Racial Obsession. Erik was the first to break the story of President (then Senator) Barack Obama's ties to the militant, Afrocentric, Chicago preacher Reverend Jeremiah Wright.
"Into the Cannibal's Pot is well-written, courageous, and is clearly a strong socio-political tract on South Africa." --- IRVING LOUIS HOROWITZ, Hannah Arendt distinguished professor emeritus, Rutgers University, New Jersey
"An unflinching take on South Africa. This is well done." --- JED DONAHUE, Intercollegiate Studies Institute (ISI)
"Into the cannibal's Pot is brilliant, exceeding all my expectations. It is very courageous of Ilana Mercer also to attack the whole notion of 'democracy.' This is a much-needed shot at a holy cow." --- DAN ROODT, Ph.D., noted Afrikaner activist, author, literary critic, director, PRAAG
This is a book about ideas and ideology. When losing an intellectual argument, there are despicable people who point an accusing finger and shout racism. In our dark times where mob rule and collectivist ideas resonate with so many, this appalling strategy can be very effective. To those who support colorblind civil discourse, rule of law, equality of opportunity, freedom, the golden rule (do unto others as you wish them to do unto you), liberty, freedom of expression and religion and private property rights...regardless of skin color or ethnic background (black, red, white, yellow, brown, green or violet), we extend the hand of friendship. To those who support all forms of thuggery-- including totalitarianism, collectivism, fascism, extremist fundamentalism, unequal treatment under law, income redistribution, nanny state government programs and the soft bigotry of low expectations-- your skin color and ethnicity are irrelevant...and your ideas belong in the dustbin of history.See all Editorial Reviews
This book is a sad sad sad indictment on the US's ongoing attitudes towards white South Africans. Thank goodness for the countries of Australia, New Zealand and Canada - who have... Read morePublished 21 days ago by John W. D. Humphreys
To read this story of white South Africa is to understand our future in a world of communism and politically correct genocide.Published 26 days ago by Dan A. Happel
The author paints a bleak picture of Post-Apartheid South Africa (and America’s future): Soaring crime (the rape capital of the world), corruption, a decaying infrastructure,... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Top Reviewer 4 now
One of the most amazing books about South Africa after the end of apartheid. Will not please everyone's palate but still a thoughtful well written book.Published 1 month ago by Miklos A. Paulovits
At last, a scholarly piece of research has surfaced, exposing the lies and deceitful propaganda regarding South Africa's Nelson Mandela and his successors. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ron L. DeWitt
Just finished reading Into the Cannibal's Pot which, I thought was excellent even though depressing and foreboding. A much needed book that will offend all the right people. Read morePublished 1 month ago by no one
Anyone who thought it would be different in South Africa was smoking something. This book makes it quite clear where we are heading and, once having read it, it is quite... Read morePublished 1 month ago by MCH
Gives you a first person picture of what happens when "social justice" over rides laws and common sense. Read morePublished 2 months ago by James M. Davies
Ilana Mercer's "Into the Cannibal's Pot" is without a doubt one of the most important and brilliantly written books I've ever read. Read morePublished 5 months ago by William S.