Friday 19 January 2024

Ralph Townsend - Ways that are dark

Ralph Townsend - Ways that are dark
The truth about China

Ways that are dark : The truth about China is a 1933 non-fiction book by Ralph Townsend which presents Townsend's observations on the state of then-contemporary China. The book is considered an anti-Chinese polemic by scholars.

A harsh critique of Chinese society and culture, Ways that are dark was written at a time when China was in the grip of considerable civil strife. Townsend claimed that the source of China's problems lay in fundamental defects in the ethnic characteristics of the Chinese people. Although the book was a bestseller in the United States, it met with highly polarized reactions from its supporters and detractors..
Though praised by some periodicals, it was denounced by missionaries and sinologists, including Owen Lattimore who condemned it as "a general indictment of a whole race". It was banned by the government of China.

After World War II, the book fell into obscurity. It was reprinted in 1997 by the white nationalist publisher Barnes Review and subsequently gained renewed popularity in Japan in 2004 when a Japanese translation was published.

Ways that are dark is based on its author's experience of living in China for more than one year. Townsend had worked as a journalist and educator in New York before joining the United States Foreign Service on 16 December 1930. He served as a vice-consul in Shanghai between 10 December 1931 and 9 January 1932 and then in Fuzhou until 1 March 1933. The book was released on 10 November 1933 by G. P. Putnam's Sons.

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Tuesday 16 January 2024

El Paraíso Verde - Escaping a cult and living free - Tyro Nolan

El Paraíso Verde - Paraguay
Escaping a cult and living free - Tyro Nolan
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El Paraíso Verde (Spanish for The Green Paradise) is a gated community in the Caazapá Department of Paraguay. It was founded by Erwin Annau and his wife Sylvia, who are both from Austria. As of March 2022, its population is about 250, mostly German language-speaking immigrants from Germany and Austria, with some Americans and Canadians present. The community is planned as a settlement for 6,000 people and may expand to more than 20,000 people, according to its marketing materials. The community bills itself as a refuge from socialism, 5G, chemtrails, fluoridated water, and mandatory vaccinations.

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Wednesday 10 January 2024

Vivre sans argent - L'arnaque des autonomistes professionnels

Vivre sans argent - L'arnaque des autonomistes professionnels

Vivre c'est littéralement être en mesure d'assurer un certain nombre de besoins vitaux : s'abriter des intempéries, boire, assurer son hygiène, se chauffer et manger. Et assurer ces besoins vitaux sans dépenser d'argent tous les mois pour y parvenir c'est, par définition, être auto-suffisant, d'où le nom de la chaine.
Il y a d'abord des dépenses de confort, qui ne comblent aucun besoin vital, mais améliorent notre qualité de vie. Et puis il y a les dépenses qui sont nécessaires pour assurer des besoins vitaux : le loyer, les factures d'eau, d'électricité, de gaz, d'essence, de chauffage, de nourriture. Bref, toutes ces dépenses qui tombent tous les mois et qui sont impératives.
C'est à ces dépenses là en particulier que nous allons nous intéresser sur cette chaine, parce qu'elles permettent de mesurer notre niveau d'auto-suffisance. Ainsi, vivre sans argent c'est assurer ces besoins vitaux sans dépenser d'argent tous les mois pour y parvenir.

Bâtiment - PDF
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Apiculture - PDF
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Wednesday 13 December 2023

Charles Harvey McCord - The american negro

Charles Harvey McCord - The american negro
As a dependent, defective and delinquent



Chapter 1 - The Negro in Africa

1 - Physical Environment
2 - Native Peoples
A - Physical Type
B - Criminal Anthropology and the Physical Type
C - Cultural Type
D - Criminal Psychology and the Cultural Type

Chapter 2 - The Transplantation of the Negro

1 - Racial Origins
2 - The Transportation
3 - Artificial Selection
4 - Amalgamations
5 - The Social Change

Chapter 3 - The Negro Citizen

1 - The Freedman and the Carpetbagger
2 - White Supremacy
3 - The Negro Citizen and His Education
4 - The Negro Citizen and the Law
5 - The Negro Citizen and His Moral Standard
A - In Business Relations
B - In Religious Relations
C - In Living Conditions
D - In Domestic Relations

Chapter 4

1 - The Negro Race a Child Race
2 - The White Man's Responsibility



1 - Negro Paupers in Almshouses
2 - Negroes in Other Benevolent Institutions
3 - Outdoor Relief
A - Benevolent Societies
B - Insurance Societies and Secret Orders
4 - Beggary among Negroes
5 - The Causes and Prevention of Pauperism among Negroes


1 - The Insane
2 - The Feeble-Minded
3 - The Blind
4 - The Deaf
5 - Defective School Children
6 - Provisions for the Care and Treatment of Defective Negroes


Chapter 1 - The Criminal Population

Chapter 2 - The Character of Crime Committed by Negroes

Chapter 3 - What the Negro Thinks of Negro Crime

Chapter 4 - Laws Especially Affecting the Negro

1 - Labor Contract Laws
2 - Suffrage Laws
3 - Jury Duty
4 - Suffrage Laws

Chapter 5 - Apprehension and Punishment of the Negro Criminal

1 - Arrests and Detention
2 - Before the Courts
3 - Sentences
4 - Imprisonment and Penal Institutions
A - The Jail
B - The Chain Gang
C - The Penitentiary
D - Prison Farms
E - Prison Labor Systems
F - Juvenile Prisons

Chapter 6 - Prevention of Crime among Negroes

1 - Before Prison
A - Extra-Legal Restraints
B - Legal Restraints
C - Religion
D - Education
E - Amusements
F - Living Conditions
2 - During Prison
3 - After Prison

Races - PDF
United States - PDF