Hammer of the Patriot

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Debates between liberals and Nationalists are not about logic or finding the truth. They are struggles for dominance. They are shows of force. A verbal struggle where strength is the truth.

Clear guidance and notes will help you navigate through well-worn liberal arguments and suggested Nationalist rebuttals, which will give you the confidence to tackle every sound bite imaginable.

Politics, society, race and many more topics are covered in this handbook on rhetorical counter-terrorism.

The Hammer of the Patriot is a must have for any Nationalist living in the modern era. Debates between liberals and Nationalists are not about logic or finding the truth. They are struggles for dominance. They are shows of force. A verbal struggle where strength is the truth.

The purpose of this book is to equip Nationalists with the necessary tools to dominate these arguments and thereby legitimise our arguments in the eyes of the public and positively influence their opinion of nationalism.

Hammer of the Patriot provides clear guidance and notes which will help you navigate through well-worn liberal arguments and suggested Nationalist rebuttals, which will give you the confidence to tackle every sound bite imaginable.

Politics, society, race and many more topics are covered in this handbook on rhetorical counter-terrorism.

159 pages.

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3 reviews for Hammer of the Patriot

  1. Jim

    Required reading for Nationalists. A great guide for winning arguments against both liberals and conservatives.

  2. Tennis

    This is an absolutely fantastic book to read. I’m sure a lot of patriots have experienced arguments going nowhere and onlookers becoming disinterested in what both sides have to say. Political arguments as a whole tend to end up as either both sides quoting statistics or devolving into insult-slinging matches. This book manages to teach a method of getting your point across that avoids drily quoting statistics and takes into consideration the inherently emotional side of these arguments.

    This book is not for organised debates, but for times when politics is brought up in real life, giving you the chance to hand out red-pills without putting people off the way political arguments down the pub tend to. I heavily recommend giving this book a read.

  3. Gordon Freeman

    The Hammer of the Patriot is a must have for any Nationalist living in the modern era. This guide gives you all the arguments and techniques you will need to get your point over to a larger audience.

    It also touches on the psychology of a debate, the routines and methods to use and how to win round a crowd.

    This doesn’t only give you the answers to a debate but also gives you the confidence to use those answer and a framework to really tailor your rebuttals to your present situation.

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