Submitted by kano
on May 25, 2023 at 7:39 AM in books
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I'm still on the Mohawk Warrior Society, reading Louis Halls essays, the first essay is called the Ganienkeh manifesto, written during and for an reoccupation of Mohawk land in so called upstate New York
Now I'm on the warriors handbook which is pretty good. I have the feeling that Louis Hall somehow knows every idea a conservative might have and rips them all apart.
Also appreciate his use of relatively simple language.
Also technical specifications for work super boring.
Black Magic: Religion and the African American Conjuring Tradition
Emergency - Richard Rive
Archeology Of Violence - Pierre Clastres
Those both seem pretty interesting, especially the second one.
I've brought up Clastres's book before in response to an askraddle about coercion in anarchist societies, if anybody is interested to read more.
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I read it off and on but male fantasies might be a text ppl would rlly like. It's basically an academic deep dive into the motovation and philosophy of low level fedicorps soldiers. Cuz they were a paramilitary between ww1 WW2 that a lot of the most bloodthirsty Nazis came from.
It's honestly wld bc a lot of fedicorps ppl caught in wwq became tok traumatize to function outside war. Then just faughtthe whole time from wwq to ww2 then once WW2 came they were like yeah more war!
The whole brutal mysogny that almost trusn into asexuality is pretty interesting too.