- Alex Kurtagic - Occidental Observer Magazine
From the Author
No, it was not until Hold Back This Day became the first novel to cross that literary threshold that readers got an inside glimpse at what it might be like to see the death throes of our people on a global scale, on every continent, in every country. And everywhere we look today, we see it happening. Governments are demanding that white nations be flooded with non-whites, just as they do in Hold Back This Day. From there, it is only a short step to the founding of a literal World Gov, and the end of the white race.
Unless...we fight back. Unfortunately, today's so-called white rights activists are more akin to greed-driven televangelists than crusaders. In fact, I touch upon that in my latest novel, Eternity Beach (the closest thing to an autobiography I may ever write) where my main character minces no words as to what he thinks about our real-life "leaders". So beware - you just might find someone you know. But it too, like Hold Back This Day, is a battle cry for our people. It's also an exciting, very human tale, that explores the concept of life-after-death that I guarantee you have never seen before - either in novels or in film.
And if today you're hearing more and more about millions of low-skilled jobs being lost to automation, I novelized that idea a decade and a half ago, in my novel The Towers of Eden. Set thirty years from now, its story is fast becoming today's headlines. Together, all three of my novels push the outer boundaries of cutting-edge thought, which I guarantee no other novelist, in or out of the white rights movement, ever has. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.