I just finished Stalin's Daughter. It was okay, I guess. I'm sure there are worse books and worse authors out there. It's a fairly tight biography for most of the book. We go from Svetlana's childhood, her mother's suicide, her brother getting abandoned by Stalin, Stalin's death, and then afterwards the author seems to struggle with admitting how much of a stupid egotistical mentally unbalanced whore Svetlana actually was. Svetlana never had two children by the same father and she never stayed with the same man or husband for more than a few months. There's comedy in it where Stalin warned her to stay away from Jews and was disappointed in her life's direction, and he ended up being totally right about it. The only thing she ever really achieved was ditching her first two kids to go right a book in Murrica after tricking the Soviets to let her into India to spread her shitskin hubby's ashes, only to immediately lose all the money she made doing so because she got involved in a commune in the midwest. Which, btw, is where she had her third child in her mid-40's with some architect who was famous for being an absolute tool. When she immediately ditched him, she took advantage of people she met to move every few months to new locations doing fuck all with herself except piss off the friends she made with her insane breakdowns. It's funny how the author tries to defend this. "Yeah, she was like this, but you must understand she was a very tortured person". Surely enough, she went through some shit while she was in the USSR, but there's only so much you can blame on being Stalin's daughter. And if it really was such a traumatic experience, WHY DID SHE GO BACK TO THE USSR? The final few chapters are a real bore, it's just a cycle of breakdowns, losing friends, gaining friends, losing friends, getting poorer, moving to different poor houses, until the old bat finally died of cancer with fuck all to her name in the mid 2000's. What a wasted life. "Oh poor me, I have everything but I just want to hang out with Jews and subhumans, I'm such a victim, I don't mean to treat everyone including my kids like shit, it's all my dad's fault, boo hoo why can't I keep any money, what do you mean I can't take back money for the hospital trust fund I set up in my Indian husband's name, oh I'm so mysterious and misunderstood". And now you're fucking dead and you're daughters an even bigger sack of shit. Well done.
>And now you're fucking dead and you're daughters an even bigger sack of shit.
h'pill me on Stalin's h'granddaughter h'Red heh
lol didn't even see that
don't blame me, blame my corona
>Great minds discuss ideas
>Normal minds discuss events
>Smol minds discuss people
I don't see the appeal of such a book heh
>t. Big Brain
Then again, I haven't read anything in quite a while so I can't really talk shit; I am curious what compelled you to read this specific book in particular though
There isn't a bookstore in my immediate area. I buy online but in the rare instance I get to a bookstore, I can't help but buy random things. Svetlana as a person interested me at the time. The idea of a child growing up in the shadow of that kind of parent, what would that do to a person? Apparently it makes them fucked up. Stalin's only good kid was Yakov, and Stalin sold that poor lad out without a second thought. Vasili was an even bigger screw up, although at least his kids ended up okay despite the abuse and neglect he and his whore wife laid on them. Months before I saw the book, I watched The Death of Stalin, which of course added to me getting this. Svetlana was portrayed as such a sweetheart in that. Of course, that being a movie, I wanted something a little more factual.
Right now I'm reading something I had on my backlog for a while: The Wandering Who? by Gilad Atzmon. Only a few pages in and I'm already turned off by it. The author is some kike jazz musician and his book is suppose to analyze Jewish identity. The introduction of the book is a brief autobiography about how he left Israel to make jazz with Muslims and is so hip and cool to the Muslim/goyim plight. i didn't start caring about anything he was saying until pg 17 and even then I'm not completely on the wagon for the rest of this. It reminds me of the letdown that was The Curse of Canaan by Mullins. Dude offered a mapping out of Jewish control and how Whites were the real Jews while the "Jews" were actually Canaanites and children of Satan or whatever, only for the whole thing to be a rambling mess with a few interesting ideas.
There is one book I wanted to read but I can't remember the name of it. I remember it was written by some Egyptian guy and the idea is that the Jews originated from elsewhere, migrated to Canaan, and then created their identity. I wish I could remember the title. Not even to focus on FUCKING KIKES, I just really like antiquated cultures and religions and their origins and transitions.