Post what books your reading /mlpol/.
Also don't think we've made a must book list so guess if your into that post which books you think are must reads for /mlpol/.
Personally I think everyone should read Evola's works currently working my way through them now. Really looking forward to reading his thoughts and criticisms on national socialism and fascism.
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Oh god that's a fucking number. It almost ends in 1488 but it's 8488 which has more H. Maybe I really should switch over to linux.
1. get a VM
2. get a ISO file of a linux distro of your choice.
3. install distro in your VM. practice how to partition properly. bootable virtual disk. ESP partition, swap partition. that stuff.
4. practice using distro until you forget it's only a VM. maybe install several distros. wipe virtual disk. repeat.
when you're confident using Linux,
5. make a backup of your important files
6. seriously. BACKUP
7. download Rufus or some image writer
8. get empty usb stick at least 8GB
9. take that ISO file of your preferred distro again and tell rufus to put it on USB stick.
10. reboot computer. use what you learned to install linux for realsies.
11. grow a beard.
>>278507>11. grow a beard.
So how many clean-shaven server administrators have forgotten the last step? Don’t forget that Linux is usually the OS of choice when it comes to web servers.
For pertinent questions about Linux, post them in >>>/cyb/
The Politics of Obedience: The Discourse of Voluntary Servitude - by Étienne de la Boétie - (1553)>Two versions, in English and Spanish.>States are more vulnerable than people think. They can collapse in an instant—when consent is withdrawn.>This is the thesis of this thrilling book. Murray Rothbard writes a classic introduction to one of the great political essays in the history of ideas.>In times when dictators the world over are falling from pressure from their own people, this book, written nearly 500 years ago, is truly the prophetic tract of our times.>In all these areas, the author has anticipated Jefferson and Arendt, Gandhi and Spooner, and those who overthrew Soviet tyranny. The essay has profound relevance for understanding history and all our times.
Review and links:https://mises.org/library/politics-obedience-discourse-voluntary-servitude