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Every day, VDARE.com strives to be your leading source of immigration news and information in the fight to keep America American.

This new Book Club offers our readers the chance to dive deep into the issues gripping our world today: immigration, national identity, human biodiversity and the defense of western civilization. Books will include a heady mix of dissident classics, unheralded gems, and buzz-worthy new releases. Let’s get reading!

Open Borders Inc.: Who's Funding America's Destruction?

Author Michelle Malkin

In her 2019 expose Open Borders Inc., Michelle Malkin predicted this moment:

“It may seem paradoxical at this pivotal moment in American political history, with a president in office who is more vocal than any other on fundamental issues of sovereignty and self-determination, that America First voices are being stifled… But it makes perfect sense. Globalists are doing everything in their power to deny President Trump reelection in 2020.” p. xxi

Of course, this is now happening. Unlike the elected executive office, globalists, NGOs, and other unelected organizations with extraordinary finances wield enormous power. The president himself is censored on social media—arguably election interference [Allum Bokhari’s Deleted: GOP, Trump Learn The Hard Way—Laura Loomer Was Right!, by James Kirkpatrick on October 15, 2020]. And by the way, who's funding these ballot harvesting schemes?

The fearless Michelle Malkin tackles the Soros-question, now verboten, naming ten categories of organizations receiving Open Society Foundations grants that are working to dissolve national sovereignty. But she doesn't stop there. Her findings expose the SPLC "Hate Machine," Antifa, Hollywood, and the "alphabet soup" of NGOs working to undermine our country. 

In November and December, read with us here! As Malkin says, "Follow the money, find the truth." 

Available formats: docx

America's Half-Blood Prince: Barack Obama's "Story Of Race And Inheritance"

Author Steve Sailer

BONUS: Our podcast is up! Steve Sailer answers your reader-submitted questions on a podcast hosted by James Kirkaptrick. Check out Kirkpatrick's summary of the discussion here. Click here to enjoy on Bitchute! Or click the orange .mp3 button below to download! 

At this point, it’s universally accepted that the Democrats are presenting “Harris Administration together with Joe Biden” this November.

So, the VDARE.com book club wants to know: who is Kamala Harris?

Who does Kamala Harris think Kamala Harris is? (See earlier: Ann Coulter On Kamala Harris: How Do I Tell My Friend She’s Not ‘African-American’? and Kamala Harris—A Barely-Black ”Immigrant American”?)

For insight, we’ll find out what Obama thinks about who Obama is by reading America’s Half-Blood Prince: Barack Obama’s ‘Story of Race and Inheritance,’ in which Steve Sailer unpacks Obama’s autobiography Dreams From My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance.

Book club members, click below! for discussion questions and further reading from our own James Kirkpatrick.

Available formats: docx, mp3

The Perils of Diversity: Immigration and Human Nature

Author Byron M. Roth

September BONUS: Prof. Byron Roth and James Kirkpatrick appear on a book club exclusive podcast to answer reader questions. Thank you all who participated! Download MP3 below.

By now, readers of VDARE.com are acutely aware of the many Perils of Diversity.

To name a few:

But now, the VDARE.com Book Club invites you to dive deeper and read with us Professor Byron M. Roth’s Perils of Diversity: Immigration and Human Nature.

Lauded by John Derbyshire as “a comprehensive, well-documented survey of all the issues,” Perils of Diversity makes sense of our current immigration disaster from a scientific, data-driven perspective.

Professor Roth’s book is only becoming more relevant. It will has come to blood. So, it’s time to arm ourselves with arguments and facts. Grab a friend (or several!), download your book club content, and get reading!

Available formats: docx, mp3

Who Are We?: The Challenges to America's National Identity

Author Samuel P. Huntington

In August, we invite you to ask "Who Are We?" with James Kirkpatrick, thoughtfully reading the late Samuel P. Huntington's follow up to The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order titled Who Are We?: The Challenges to America's National Identity.

In his seminal work The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order, Samuel Huntington argued provocatively and presciently that with the end of the cold war, “civilizations” were replacing ideologies as the new fault lines in international politics.

Now in his controversial new work, Who Are We?, Huntington focuses on an identity crisis closer to home as he examines the impact other civilizations and their values are having on our own country.

We'll be asking: 

  • Samuel Huntington was a Harvard Professor, Chairman of the Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies, and arguably the most influential political scientist of the last century. Yet this book probably could not be published today. What does this tell us about American institutions? Does the core “Anglo-Protestant” Culture that Huntington suggests underlies American institutions still exist and have power?
  • “America did not begin in 1775, 1776, or 1787. It began with the first settler communities of 1607, 1620, and 1630…” p.40 “To describe America as a ‘nation of immigrants’ is to stretch a partial truth into a misleading falsehood, and to ignore the central fact of America’s beginning as a society of settlers.” P.46

    Should we have a “1607 Project” as an alternative to the “1619 Project?” If America didn’t begin purely as a political project but is a settler society, what are the implications for American national identity and immigration policy.

and many more...

If you've subscribed to the book club, you can click the document buttons below to download your content. 

Available formats: docx

Conservatism Inc.: The Battle for the American Right

Author James Kirkpatrick

Throughout the month of July, we'll sit down (virtually) with James Kirkpatrick to discuss his much anticipated first book, Conservatism Inc.: The Battle for the American Right.

In the podcast below, James Kirkpatrick is joined by John Derbyshire to read and discuss your questions. 

If you've subscribed to the book club, you can click the document buttons below to download your content. Enjoy!

Available formats: docx, mp3

Our Borders, Ourselves: America in the Age of Multiculturalism

Author Lawrence Auster

For the month of June, we'll be reading the late Lawrence Auster's magnum opus, Our Borders, Ourselves: America in the Age of Multiculturalism

If you've subscribed to the book club, you can click the document buttons below to download your content. 

We'll be asking questions such as: 

  • Auster documents that there were those who supported the 1965 Immigration Act because they didn’t expect a massive change in America’s demographics, but also those who deliberately sought such a change, and achieved it through subterfuge. Do you believe the demographic change that took place in America was intended or was it an “accidental revolution?” and...

  • “A liberal is a person who sees his way of life being destroyed and concludes that he deserves it,” writes Auster. He identifies several roots of liberal guilt, including fear of non-whites, an inability to imagine an alternative, and above all, a response to the failure of social programs to achieve racial equality. The guilt “came from whites’ sickening realization that the dysfunction of racial animus that characterized black America could not be cured by anti-poverty programs and from whites’ urgent moral need to attribute those black ills to some agent other than the blacks themselves.”

    Do you accept this analysis, or does white guilt come from other source? Should whites feel at least some sense of guilt for aspects of American history, such as slavery? Finally, is there a way to overcome this feeling of collective guilt or are whites doomed to feeling this way until they are destroyed or marginalized?

  • and many more...

Available formats: docx