Friday, September 15, 2006

The American Library Association bans books

The American Library Association is celebrating Banned Books Week September 23-30. This is a clever exercise in leftist disinformation and propaganda.

The ALA's list of "banned books?" Well it includes such favorites as Huck Finn, The Catcher in the Rye, and The Bible. Naturally the ALA's list of Banned Books consists of books that are found in every library anywhere.

Well I collect banned books. I have some banned books that you can't find in every library - or any library. Why? Because they are banned - really banned. In a couple cases their authors are in jail in Europe for writing words the state does not allow.

See if your local library has these books:

Hoax Of The Twentieth Century - Prof. Arthur Butz

Goebbels, Mastermind of the Third Reich - David Irving

Nuremberg, The Last Battle - David Irving

An Eye For An Eye - John Sacks

The Last Days of The Romanovs - Dennis Wilson

If not, ask if the books are banned and request they be purchased for you. Piles of burning books is so crude - so 19th century. Refusing to carry them, refusing to talk about them, refusing to acknowledge them - that's the modern way.

The American Library Association's Banned Books Week is like the scantily clad woman in the magician's arsenal. It trumpets a lot of popular books which are not banned in order to take our attention away from the fact that books are banned in America - purely, perfectly, and totally banned. And the American Library Association fully and actively supports their ban and depends on the naivete of its younger members and the fear of its older members to go along with it's program.


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