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A Distant Thunder
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Those in the "Judeo-liberal" power structure are not only breath-takingly corrupt, they are myopic in the extreme. The media today are cutting their own throats.Read more ›
This is a great book - very exciting, the characters are real - true to life....
The author Covington has a very good sense of what is happening in America and what could happen.
M'thinks some of those White boys from the wrong side of the tracks might be up to something... something great.
The etiology of the catastrophe: Our entire civilization is under the grip of a Judeo-liberal ideology: the belief that non-discrimination on race and gender is the highest value of society.
My forecast: The 21st century will be the darkest midnight for our people. After the crash of the dollar and the coming global financial meltdown, we either gain a sense of ourselves or we are going extinct.
The solution: Only secession in the Pacific Northwestern has a chance to save us...
Yes: the time is coming for a rematch after 1861, and the entire goal of revolutionaries is to prepare for the day when the revolution will start in the real world.
This novel, together with the other four novels of the Northwest Quintet, provides the perfect FAQ for would-be revolutionaries.
What is to be done before the revolution? To educate, to recruit and to prepare, the author tells us in fictional form. And when all the fun starts? On pages 196-199 there's a TV speech delivered by the Old Man to the white soldiers, the people of color, the Jewish people, the governments of the world, and the comrades in arms that ends with the words "...on this the first night of Northwest freedom".
Incidentally, a hundred and fifty pages before there are splendid passages on how the US converted itself into a kind of Midas touch in reverse: everything that 21st century America touches is turned into filth, including the movement known as feminism that took women away from us. As Covington writes: "When a race of people loses its women, it loses everything".
Blacklisted and labeled as politically-incorrect for a childhood incident, Ryan is consigned to the loser track at school and destined for menial and sporadic employment, when he is able to actually find any employment that hasn't been taken by illegal Mexicans who, in the politically correct pecking order of affirmative action "Amurrica", are- along with every other non-White and women- invariably preferred over straight White men.
I don't need to detail the rest of the sickening and oppressive aspects of American life that would push a man like Shane Ryan into rebellion; sentient people can see what's going on.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very cool story, I really like how these Northwest novels tie into each other.Published 11 months ago by Joseph Bosco
As typical of Covington the northwest series is very well written, but I do have to say that his methods of inducing sadness in his writing aren't cool, (spoiler alert! Read morePublished 13 months ago by alexander eliott
The book is actually very well-written and realistic. The events in the novel may become reality if political situation within USA and other Western countries developes in future... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Barbara Pelc
A wonderful black comedy that made me laugh out loud at its over-the-top absurdities and grotesque characters. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Llewellyn
This is a very well-written book. However, be forewarned; the author is very bigoted, and in the case of Jews, his hostility verges on the psychopathic. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Colin Wright
I had read The Brigade before this book, so upon starting it I was already familiar with the story and style. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Wulfgar
I enjoyed this book and all the others in the Northwest Front series. They get you pumped up for some serious pay back.Published on March 11, 2014 by Macie Manire