UPDATED: The Law of Rule In The New South Africa

Business,Ethics,Etiquette,Ilana Mercer,Individualism Vs. Collectivism,Race,South-Africa

Eugene Girin reviews “Into the Cannibal’s Pot: Lessons for America From Post-Apartheid South Africa” at VDARE.COM: “…what rule of law can exist in a country ruled by a party of racially-motivated terrorists whose unofficial anthem is the song ‘Kill the Boer’ and whose current president’s favorite song is ‘Give me my machine gun,” he asks.


MAÑANA. I’d like to be able to offer you the softcover copy of The Cannibal. It has been collated and features bonus material. I know I’ve promised courtesy copies to Dr. Victor Niederhoffer and other deserving parties.

The new, softcover issue should be available sometime soon—although do take into account that the Pacific Northwest is not Manhattan. After almost a decade in this region, I can safely say that, with a few treasured exceptions, people outside the Microsoft workforce (who, with Boeing, is the main employer here) have a hard time acting professionally and honorably.

So, all I can say is that the softcover of The Cannibal is coming “Mañana,” Pacific Time.

Or, Inshallah, as we say in the Middle East.

Keep a look out; it’s worth it.

As my tiny, treasured parrot (T. Cup) used to say, “It’s coming.”

UPDATE: The review says the word “whites” a lot. The book doesn’t. As I mentioned in “National Review Eunuchs”:

I cop to Western man’s individualist disdain—could it be his weakness?—for race as an organizing principle. For me, the road to freedom lies in beating back the state, so that individuals may regain freedom of association, dominion over property, the absolute right of self-defense; the right to hire, fire, and, generally, associate at will.

The Cannibal jibes with that sentiment.

UPDATE: This evening, Peter Brimelow emailed to tell me that, following the review on VDARE.COM, The Cannibal shot up to “Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,531 in Books .” Just looked. Many thanks.

2 thoughts on “UPDATED: The Law of Rule In The New South Africa

  1. CompassionateFascist

    Still, the cover remains my favorite part of the book. Ilana…was that your idea? It really works.

    [The Cannibal’s cover was The Publisher’s choice. I can take no credit for it.]

  2. james huggins

    I too was taken by the cover and its obvious implications. I really expected to hear objections from the pc crowd about it but haven’t yet. Of course I don’t run with pc types so who knows what they’re saying. I, for one, think the cover is great.

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