Fifty years ago, America was lied to and betrayed by its leaders.
With virtually no debate, Congress passed the most radical change to immigration law in American history. Since 1965, America has endured the biggest mass migration of people in human history, twice the size of the great wave of immigration into the USA between 1870 and 1930. As a result, Americans are being displaced in their own land by an ongoing invasion that dwarfs Operation Barbarossa, is two orders of magnitude larger than the Mongol hordes, and is 1,000 times larger than the First Crusade.
America's so-called conservative leaders and the conservative media have joined forces with liberal internationalists in openly celebrating this massive invasion, relying on bad theology, outdated economics, and historical myths to falsely claim that immigration is a moral imperative, an economic necessity, and in the national interest. Cuckservative: How "Conservatives" Betrayed America is a powerful defense of America's right to exist as a nation by two Native American authors, as well as a damning indictment of a conservatism that has failed to conserve America's culture and traditions.
This powerful and remorseless audiobook addresses the myth of the Melting Pot, proves that mass immigration is a net negative for the US economy, and exposes the anti-Christian ideology behind the Christian establishment's support for multiculturalism and open borders. It even shows how 50 years of immigration have lowered America's average IQ. The authors pull no punches in conclusively demonstrating that it is not right, it is not moral, it is not economically beneficial, and it is not constitutional to betray America's posterity.
In Cuckservative, John Red Eagle and Vox Day warn Americans that if they do not defend their culture, their posterity, and their nation, they will eventually find themselves on their own Trail of Tears.
©2015 Vox Day (P)2015 Castalia House
This book has the same effect as a crisp wind in early fall that chills you to your bones. It reminds you of the truth of winter, and winter is coming for America.
Before reading, I thought "cuckservative" a crude neologism, now I accept it as legitimate usage.
This book was very enlightening as to root causes of our present situation vis a vis mass migration. I always had a feeling that the whole could be laid at the feet of so called Christianity as practices by socialist liberals in Europe and America. I've already told all my friends about this book!
This book gives a well researched and strong argument detailing why immigration is the issue that could destroy the western world and how many conservatives let it happen.
Normal on the outside, something else on the inside. Kinda like a banana!
I enjoy books that challenge my thoughts and expand my knowledge.
This book has challenged my long held assumptions of diversity and multiculturalism in the United States.
What made this book completely relevant was that I was listening to it just as National Review came out against Donald Trump. An enlightening coincidence.
The history of the United States is a 'melting pot' idea. What is being taught in public schools is incorrect.
Mr Landon's voice was clear and easy to understand.
I wanted to listen to it all in one sitting. I found that I would stop and research after every chapter.
A thought provoking book. It will challenge some of your cherished assumptions of what a conservative is.
After reading this book I find the term 'Cuckservative' very appropriate for many of the politicians, and pundits, who call themselves conservatives.
Clear and lucid explanation of the differences between establishment conservatism and the burgeoning Alt-Right movement. Audible, please add Vox Day's 'SJWs Always Lie' and other such titles to your catalogue.
such an amazing book. as a right leaning libertarian, I always hang my head low when I hear my left leaning libertarians speak of open border policies. only when their jobs are removed due to the free flowing unchecked immigration will they change their tune. my God have mercy on their souls.
lock the border down; protect our nation's border, language and culture.
I was extremely pleased with the content of the the book. It was filled with sourced factual information that provided a very compelling argument. I chuckled at times to the wittiness of the authors as well. Although, the one and only drawback was the dullness of the audio. There less than ten times that the audio had messed up and repeated words. Also, the narrator sounded very boring and monotone which made it difficult to become enthralled at times. Overall great book though. Highly recommend to everybody honestly. It provides a well needed insight into the unfortunate degradation of the Conservative party amongst other important topics.
If you know anything about Vox Day, you know what direction this book took. No point in really going into great detail about it, aside from saying he makes a strong case that conservatives have created the mess they're in right now and gave rise to the Trump era.
But holy crap, Thomas Landon...
1. Open your mouth, dude. Speak with a voice. That NPR Whisper thing you're doing. Stop it. STOP IT.
2. Learn the names of the people you're talking about. Mispronunciations abound, including "Ann Rand" "Luhdwig von Mices" "Fredrick Hey-yak." Unacceptable. And yes, it's a high standard. But this isn't a podcast, it's an audiobook. You have to get that stuff right.
3. The volume levels and equalization bounce around throughout the book. Some sections are boomy, some aren't. Clearly this book was done on multiple days without regard for the audio quality or making it seem like it was all done on the same day.
Not the best audiobook I've gotten from Audible, but I'm perfectly happy with the overall book and it's just the production part that was a huge let down.
"A Most Timely Book"
If you're concerned about the effects of mass immigration into the West or you wish to understand the recent rise of the 'alt-right', then read this exceptionally good book.
The pacing and clarity of the narration can't be faulted, especially as it seems to be home-recorded (but don't let that put you off - it's better than many studio productions)
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