- Paperback: 236 pages
- Publisher: Castalia House (October 13, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9527065682
- ISBN-13: 978-9527065686
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.5 x 8.3 inches
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- Average Customer Review: 627 customer reviews
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Let's just say that Day pulls no punches, which should come as no surprise to anybody who's encountered him. He's not a "nice guy", but he's correct here, and that's a shame.
Welcome to the future, it's yours to shape. The gloves are off, folks.
I recommend this book to anyone who works or is involved with a mid-sized organization or larger, because one might run afoul an overly sensitive & PC personality.
I have not read Thomas Sowell's "Vision of the Anointed" in years, but I have a feeling that the two books would complement each other well.
But then along came Trump. Me, the jaded, cynical independent, became a fierce Trump supporter in February of 2016 when I started looking over the candidates.
I was a long time social media hater but I made a twitter account to follow Trump, and discovered a few Trump supporters along the way. One of those was the author, Vox Day. And I immediately became fascinated with the way his mind works. There are a few things I definitely disagree with him on - but if you find someone you agree with everything on you need to check your independent thinking.
SJWs Always Lie wasn't the first book of Vox Day's I have read, but it is by far one of the finest. This book is part legal case - exploring the problem SJWs present to every free thinker in the world who just wants to mind their own business and live their own life, and part extermination instructions - giving you clear, precise, specific ways to combat SJWs and -if not win a battle - make them suffer for their victory.
It is rare I walk away from a book that presents a political problem knowing specific actions I can take to help solve the problem.
Everyone who loves freedom needs to read this book. Everyone who works with SJWs - and I definitely do - needs to read this book.
The Joy of dismantling and eviscerating Social Justice Warrior’s.
This book guides the reader through how to identify and then destroy the “group think” of SJW’s. It has a foreword by Milo Yiannopoulos. Never again can cries of “sexist, racist, homophobe and white supremacist” stop anyone again.
We are returning college campuses back to places that empower students with purpose that will allow then to succeed in society.
This is the kind of book that makes you feel better about being ruthless and assertive with the people who want to con you into cutting your
own throat trying to please them. They are out there and one thing we have to agree with the author on is SJW are bullies who only pick on
those that they think are weak and care what they think. Once you stand up to them they go away quickly in search of easier targets. They
haven't forgotten you, they will hate you more than ever and are only waiting to for a better opportunity and reinforcements to come after you so keep your guard up until they do themselves in. It truly is zero sum.
I did think the advice about defeating entryism and/or planning an exit was well thought out, if you are going to leave, best to leave on your own terms and time. Not all jobs or organizations are worth the fight. Choose wisely