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on 6 March 1999
In general this book is respectfull of Bob Mathews and his companions. At times it portrays him as manipulative, and that is a shame since Bob Mathews was a hero. However, the authors are remarkably fair to our movement, and the authors must have worked very hard on research. White nationalists can benefit from reading this book, because it shows us how hard it is to start a revolution, which is why we are focussing on propaganda today. Hopefully this book will help preserve the memory of Bob Mathews and his companions, many of whom are still in prison. We will write a more heroic account of them when the separate white nation is formed, but for now this book is the closest we will get to a fair treatment.
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on 13 November 1998
This book is a must-read for ALL racially aware White people. It documents, in great detail and with an irresistably page-turning narrative, the heroic efforts of Robert Jay Mathews and the Bruder Schweigen to start a war to preserve our people and a future for White children, as well as the dastardly acts of betrayal that ultimately led to his execution by immolation at the hands of "our" government. If you are a skinhead or just racially aware White person, this book will elucidate the acts of supreme courage and self sacrifice that themselves define those ideals for which we fight.
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on 10 November 1998
"One evening in late September, 1983, nine men gathered ina small outbuilding on a farm in Metaline Falls, Washington state, USA. Echoing a similar meeting held sixty or so years before in Germany, the leader of the group, Robert Jay Mathews, proclaimed and explained his plan to free his country from foreign domination and to secure a future for Aryan children; all present then swore a sacred oath never to lay down their arms until this plan was successful - thus began the inspiring, heart-breaking saga of 'The Order." Though not the whole story of 'The Order', this fast-paced, detailed book is the best account so far. You should also read The Turner Diaries by Andrew Macdonald (pen name of Robert Jay Mathews' guru, Dr. William L Pierce) for a closer look at the ideas that motivated these men.
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on 3 June 2004
Excellent book, depicting a true account of the life and times of Bob Mathews, the leader of The Order. Group possibly based around the Turner Diaries which again is a must read for anyone interested in the background of such groups and what they intend to achieve.
There are many characters depicted and at times you do get lost, but there is a character listing at the front of the book which is very helpful. Easy to read and hard to put down.
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on 3 September 1999
fantastic story of bob and other modern day white heros.if you want to know what the real heros of the racialist struggle are like then read this book.if you are only loking to read about mindless skinhead violence then look elsewher .we shall never forget them and their sacrafice .remarkably well balanced book that is a must read.
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on 10 December 1998
This book chronicles the creation and eventual distruction of The Order, a group of misguided men attempting to overthrow the US government by starting a race war. These so-called heroes use counterfeiting, robbery, armored-car heists, and murder to further their cause. It is amazing that these men put each other on pedestals as role models for fathers and husbands.
This well-written book is a must read for those interested in America's racist groups. Each page will keep you cheering that the good guys (our government) prevail over these hatemongers. The authors have done a valuable service by educating the public of the existance of such groups. I have given copies to friends and highly recommend this book.
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