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Friday, September 01, 2017

DANGEROUS now in audio

The liberal media machine did everything they could to keep this book out of your hands. Now, finally, Dangerous, the most controversial book of the decade, is tearing down safe spaces everywhere.

Now in audiobook. Narrated by Milo himself.

Castalia House had the privilege of assisting Milo and Dangerous Books in the production of the audiobook. It is a surprisingly astute and serious book underneath Milo's usual flamboyance, and correctly underlines the importance of the cultural war as well as the Cultural Marxist roots of the enemy. Castalia will also be publishing five foreign language translations of Dangerous.

An excerpt from Dangerous:

Leftists have always been well practiced at turning social classes against one another. But the working classes can prove frustrating to socialists intent on class warfare. Marxists were particularly perturbed when, during World War I, the European working class (with the exception of Russia) chose to fight for King and Country instead of rise up against their masters. This is understandable to a certain extent, socialist leaders like Marx had never done a day of work in their life.

In the 1920s, the Italian Marxist Antonio Gramsci had an idea for a new form of revolution—one based on culture, not class. According to Gramsci, the reason the proletariat failed to rise up was because old, conservative ideas like loyalty to one’s country, family values, and religion, held too much sway in working-class communities.

If that sounds redolent of Obama’s comment about guns and religion, it should. His line of thinking is directly descended from the ideological tradition of Gramsci.

Gramsci argued that as a precursor to revolution, the old traditions of the West—or “cultural hegemony,” as he called it—would have to be systematically broken down. To do so, Gramsci argued that “proletarian” intellectuals should seek to challenge the dominance of traditionalism in education and the media, and create a new revolutionary culture. If you’ve ever wondered why you’re forced to take diversity or gender studies courses at university, or why your professors all seem to hate western civilization, blame Gramsci.

In the 1950s and 60s, a group of European expatriate academics known as the Frankfurt School married Gramsci’s idea of cultural revolution to the idea of a new revolutionary vanguard: one made up of students, feminists, and minorities, many of whom felt excluded from mainstream western culture and sought to change it. Their ideas would provide much of the intellectual ballast for the cultural upheavals of the 1960s, and the subsequent transformation of the Left.

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24 Comments:

Anonymous Aeoli Pera September 01, 2017 8:07 AM  

Just in time for my trip. Nice.

Blogger Nate September 01, 2017 8:16 AM  

CH's audio staff is badass.

Blogger Iowahine September 01, 2017 8:25 AM  

The copyeditor in me:

". . . socialist leaders like Marx had never done a day of work in their lifes."

should be -

. . . leaderS . . . THEIR liVES.

Anonymous Nick September 01, 2017 8:32 AM  

Glad to see Milo narrating his own book, I think its much more effective when the authors do it themselves, Gorilla Mindset by Mike Cernovich and In Trump we Trust by Ann Coulter are also like this. $21 is pretty steep for an audiobook though, I'll probably stick to the Kindle for now, audiobooks are one-listen deals for me, there is no way to highlight text for easy reference, a bundle deal of $14.99 for the Kindle and audio would be great.

Blogger Nate September 01, 2017 8:44 AM  

its showing up as $13.97 for the audio book on amazon... which is cheaper than most I think. Keep in mind though that I buy with audible credits so I am only vaguely aware of average pricing.

Blogger ((( bob kek mando ))) - ( You are Welcome ... to go back to the hell hole you came from ) September 01, 2017 8:48 AM  

VD
In the 1920s, the Italian Marxist Antonio Gramsci had an idea for a new form of revolution—one based on culture, not class. According to Gramsci, the reason the proletariat failed to rise up was because old, conservative ideas like loyalty to one’s country, family values, and religion, held too much sway in working-class communities.


this is common knowledge on the Right ... but i suspect that it's mostly wrong. at most it's a slight shift in emphasis rather than a true innovation and application to a previously unconsidered axis of action.

the Manifesto directly calls for both the destruction of Marriage and the confiscation of Children by the State / Education System. due to the Sociological effects.

this is why reading the Manifesto is so depressing to me. so MUCH of what is in it has either already been implemented ( and is now defended by so called 'Conservatives', because that's what they learned growing up in skruel ) or is misattributed to subsequent Communists who really didn't do anything but give catchy phrasing to an adage for an idea which was already explicitly laid out in 1848.


when you realize that everything from Women's Suffrage to the Universality of Man ( the Proletarian has no State, you cannot take from him that which he hasn't got ) to Leftist control of public education was stated overtly as policy goals of the Communist International

... and that the United States now exports all of these ideologies all over the planet

... in the supposed name of Muh Founding Principles

*sigh*

Anonymous Rocklea September 01, 2017 8:50 AM  

The audiobook is not available in Australia. The Kindle book is, but click on Audible and you get, "This title is not available for you. Sorry, that title isn't available in your region...."
It lists the publisher as Simon and Schuster Audio.
Rights issue?

Blogger ((( bob kek mando ))) - ( You are Welcome ... to go back to the hell hole you came from ) September 01, 2017 8:50 AM  

3. Iowahine September 01, 2017 8:25 AM
should be - . . . leaderS . . . THEIR liVES.



but you missed the your / you're?

Blogger JACIII September 01, 2017 9:12 AM  

Glad to see it isn't just a bunch of pop culture fluff.
Don't know that I can listen to Milo for that long, but he IS fabulous after all so I suspect an Audible credit will be spent on Dangerous.

Blogger Sam O'Halloran September 01, 2017 9:23 AM  

He's British, darling.

Blogger Jew613 September 01, 2017 9:31 AM  

Thank you to vox for the audio version, and Milo for the book itself.

Blogger Iowahine September 01, 2017 9:33 AM  

Dear Bob,

No.

OpenID anonymos-coward September 01, 2017 9:51 AM  

Marxists were particularly perturbed when, during World War I, the European working class (with the exception of Russia) chose to fight for King and Country instead of rise up against their masters.

No, the Russian working class rose up against a liberal junta that decided to ally with euroglobalist masons instead of fighting for King and Country.

The Marxists simply happened to be the only party willing to play the eurosceptic card at the time. (For their own nefarious ends, yes, but still.)


Anonymous Prionyx September 01, 2017 10:37 AM  

Just bought it for $9.99 on Amazon.

The majority of people fail to detect this long, slow, march through the institutions by the leftists as we've been conditioned over time to believe no individual or especially, a group, is capable of executing a coordinated, long term plan.

Blogger Michael Neal September 01, 2017 10:49 AM  

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Anonymous The Original Arrogant Penguins Fan September 01, 2017 11:08 AM  

"In the 1920s, the Italian Marxist Antonio Gramsci had an idea for a new form of revolution—one based on culture, not class. According to Gramsci, the reason the proletariat failed to rise up was because old, conservative ideas like loyalty to one’s country, family values, and religion, held too much sway in working-class communities."

Sounds like Pat Buchanan's Death of the West v.2.0 to me, to be honest. But that's okay. Perhaps a metrohomosexual with swag like Milo's will get the point across better than Pat's Pitchfork approach.

Speaking of which, are paleo-conservatives considered Alt-Right? I would assume so. However, their obsessive hand wringing over the "WaPo polls showing Trump at 28.80 percent approval rating!" indicates that the old dogs aren't learning the new trick too awful well.

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey September 01, 2017 12:48 PM  

"In the 1920s, the Italian Marxist Antonio Gramsci had an idea for a new form of revolution—one based on culture, not class. According to Gramsci, the reason the proletariat failed to rise up was because old, conservative ideas like loyalty to one’s country, family values, and religion, held too much sway in working-class communities."

Yeah, but Gramsci died a much-deserved death languishing in one of Mussolini's prisons, and his works were not widely available in translation until the 1960s. He may have been an important ideological progenitor for Cultural Marxism, but it was the (((Frankfurt School))) that actually planned and implemented the pushing of the poz. They had help, of course. They mostly-forgotten Reece Committee report is still relevant today.

Blogger JohnofAustria September 01, 2017 12:58 PM  

(((European expatriates))) you say?

Anonymous Anonymous September 01, 2017 4:04 PM  

Does he mention that Gramsci was an ethnic outsider, and Albanian in Italy, or that the Frankfort School consisted of ethnic outsiders, Jews in Germany and America?

Blogger Abyssus Invocat September 02, 2017 2:25 AM  

Use a VPN and bounce off a server somewhere else. I have to do that all the time.

Blogger The Kurgan September 02, 2017 5:20 AM  

And how you miss basic percentages Bobby?

Blogger The Kurgan September 02, 2017 5:25 AM  

You sound like you could update the infogalactic page. Perhaps you should.

Blogger The Kurgan September 02, 2017 5:25 AM  

Typical Albanian. Pretending to be a wop.

Anonymous Pennywise September 02, 2017 9:40 AM  

Milo saw an opportunity and turned it into a payday and publicity. Those on the Alt-Right who support him are cucks. He claims there is a problem with Western Civilziation but he kisses another man for the TV cameras and brags about the sex he prefers.

His personal views MAY BE closer to the right than the left but ultimately he his own agenda. In this regard, he is an SJW entryist.

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