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- Publication Date: September 8, 2013
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- Language: English
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Racism, Guilt, Self-Hatred and Self-Deceit Kindle Edition
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Of course, the cult of liberalism holds that race does not exist and those who disagree are to be burned at the stake as heretics. Which is exactly what happened to the author not for saying anything controversial but only for saying the obvious truth and looking at one aspect of it in depth. Race is real. Different races are different from each other in various ways.
The author does a pretty good job of presenting the contents of this book at a lecture given at an annual meeting of American Renaissance. Search youtube for the same title. The author goes by a different name but its obviously the same guy (pen name?)
The tone of the book is candid, conversational. Braun is aware that he impresses Westerners and liberals as extremely politically incorrect, but the Africans themselves have been quite open in sharing their views, and as much as anything he is simply recounting what he has heard from them.
Braun has read extensively. The Kindle edition is peppered with hyperlinks to books, articles and videos which support his points. Anybody interested in race relations in Africa, anywhere in fact, should buy this book simply for the bibliography.
The formatting of the Kindle version is truly horrible. It makes for an ugly read. To me, however, the benefits of Kindle outweigh the disadvantages, and I would rather put up with this book as it is than have a hard copy.
The situation of black peoples in Africa is a vast topic. I refer the reader to other books I have reviewed on the topic, including The Crisis Caravan: What's Wrong with Humanitarian Aid?,Et si l'Afrique refusait le developpement? (French Edition), and Into the Cannibal's Pot: Lessons for America from Post-Apartheid South Africa.