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SJWs Always Lie

Taking Down the Thought Police
By: Vox Day
Narrated by: Bob Allen
Series: The Laws of Social Justice, Book 1
Length: 6 hrs and 49 mins
Categories: Non-fiction, Politics
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Social justice warriors have plagued mankind for more than 150 years, but only in the last 30 years has their ideology become dominant in the West. Having invaded one institution of the cultural high ground after another, from corporations and churches to video games and government, there is nowhere that remains entirely free of their intolerant thought and speech policing. Because the SJW agenda of diversity, tolerance, inclusiveness, and equality flies in the face of both science and observable reality, SJWs relentlessly work to prevent normal people from thinking or speaking in any manner that will violate their ever-mutating narrative. They police science, philosophy, technology, and even history in order to maintain the pretense that their agenda remains inevitable in a modern world that contradicts it on a daily basis. SJWs Always Lie is a useful guide to understanding, anticipating, and surviving SJW attacks from the perspective of a man who has not only survived, but thrived, after experiencing multiple attempts by Social Justice Warriors to disqualify, discredit, and dis-employ him in the same manner they have successfully attacked Nobel Laureates, technology CEOs, broadcasters, sports commentators, school principals, and policemen. It analyzes well-known SJW attacks as well as the two most successful examples of resistance to the SJW narrative, #GamerGate and Sad Puppies. Written by Vox Day, Supreme Dark Lord of the Evil Legion of Evil and three-time Hugo nominee who is described as the most hated man in science fiction by Black Gate and The Wall Street Journal, SJWs Always Lie is a powerful weapon in the cultural war against the thought police.

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After reading, I've become an instant Vox Day fan.

Highly recommend "Crucial Decisions", by Irving Janis. He is the pioneer and author of "Groupthink", which his later book "Crucial Decisions" covers nicely.

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Insightful

This is a must for those who work in medium to large organizations. Provides detailed real examples and practical solutions and advice.

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If Vox wrote more, I'd read more.

A fantastic introduction and analysis of the modern day social justice warrior. In this book you will learn about rhetoric and dialectic and how it relates to the SJW.

You will be informed with stories of their attempts to undermine and destroy others and be instructed in the way of defensive and offensive tactics when confronted by SJW's.

A must read book.

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A must read for those that wish to protect themselves

What did you like or dislike?
I really like how Vox goes into the examples of how others including himself either fail or succeed to the thought police known as SJWs. I also really enjoy the steps that one should take to battles these types of people that want to control different organisations and turn it into a nanny state where different opinion to the overall goal of these SJWs is not welcome.
I also must give credit to the speaker for a great job of translation the material to audio. It may sounds silly often the speaker can have an input to the source and can the way one thinks and enjoy the book. I think he did a great job.

The only thing I would of like but the author even states in the book that it is not really imp

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  • Sergey
  • 07-02-2019

Don't buy Vox books on Arkhaven or Castalia House

Don't buy Vox Day's audiobooks on Arkhaven or Castalia House - impossible to download or listen.
I wasted money there and their tech support is just ignoring my emails.
I was trying to do the right thing and support their new audio book store, but got screwed over instead :(
use amazon audible instead - never had issues with purchases and downloads on this platform.

The book is good, I recommend to read it.

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  • Mark
  • 29-10-2019

A bit over the top

Moderate liberal here...bit too strong for me. Not a bad listen but wouldn’t listen to it again. Vox has had bad experiences before with leftists, and for that I feel bad for him.

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  • Consumer
  • 25-02-2017

Five stars – excellent!

A well written and fascinating account into the world of social justice warriors and their sleazy, unethical, dishonest, mean-spirited tactics. A must read.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 30-06-2019

Vox Day, a boon to our era.

Vox day is a living genius. A beautiful marriage of story telling and strategic/tactical advice in this era of all-out cultural war. Keep up the great work Vox!

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  • C.M.
  • 19-08-2018

Important read

An important guide to understanding and surviving an SJW attack. Free speech is in danger from people who are overly sensitive and intentially looking for an outage to punish even if it's something said by mistake.

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  • M. J. Harper
  • 04-08-2018

Great info, but...

I listened to both books back to back, and I'm pretty sure book one is the one with all the Twitter rants being read. That's my biggest complaint with this audiobook; I think this it's the wrong medium for reading tweets. It made it really difficult to keep up with it - maybe if audible would allow screen shots to be included with the book or something, then that could work, but since the listener is just going off of what they hear, it gets pretty convoluted.

I mean this as constructive criticism only; the book was otherwise great. Fantastic information!

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  • Ken Whitelaw
  • 08-05-2017

Good Introduction to Informal Propaganda

This book is a very good recap of the Gamergate controversy. Vox Day's experiences were entertaining, and eye-opening, revealing that modern SJWs are lacking in maturity and have little experience in dealing with conflict. His three rules of SJWs reflect on how to deal with such persons. (For more information, read Saul Alinksy's 'Rules for Radicals', and Edward Bernay's 'Propaganda'.) Vox Day has discovered nothing new, however, but simply shows us the same old tactics in a new venue, the online world, applied against him.

However, far too much of the book expounds on Vox Day's personal issues against his opponents in the science fiction industry. He is not very conscious that his own tactics in his fight in that arena were similar to those of his SJW opponents. Further, there is far to much bald reading of emails and comments in the book, making listening to it a chore. The narrator is slow, so I suggest listening to it at 1.25x speed.

There is not much objective analysis of events, and little self-reflection on Vox's own conduct, and how it might have contributed to his woes. Overall, a good recap for someone wanting to see how victim identity politics and small scale propaganda play out online, but it can be tedious and shallow at times.

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  • Hey Grampa
  • 05-11-2018

Perhaps the Most Important Book of Our Time

Vox Day is an expert on the ways of the SJWs and how to avoid becoming a victim and successfully fight back.

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  • The Bookwyrm Speaks
  • 18-11-2016

Thought provoking.

Anyone who has had to deal with SJWs, either in person or online, knows how unpleasant it can be. This book is basically the instruction manual with how to deal with them, sort of an update to Ann Coulters How to talk to a liberal, if you must. IN this case, Vox shows how the current climate of fear mongering by the SJW's has stifled free speech, and led to ploticians that are more worried about not offending someone than doing their jobs, the rise of Cliquish message fic in Sci Fi/fantasy writing and the creation of a confirmation bias echo chamber of though ruled by the SJW's. Since Vox doesnt care about all that, he has cut through all the garbage and set out the action plan for dealing with these people. Listen well, since this will set you free, especially now that Hillary has been defeated and we stand of the precipice of either America rising again, or falling into the dustbin of history.
As far as narration, Bob Allen does a great job keeping the narrative moving along, keeping the listener interested.

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  • Shobe Jones
  • 22-12-2016

I'm even more against Social Justice now

This book just reconfirmed everything I'd observed about"SJWs" for the past few years. I'll never trust them nor sympathize with ever again. I'm disgusted that they would use my skin color as a means of furthering their own illogical ideologies and even more angry that claim to care about blacks when they merely see us as a tool to gain more influence in this country. I stand with Vox Day, Gamer Gate, and any other movements that seem to undermine Social Justice.

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  • Ariel
  • 06-03-2017

Entertaining & educative but won't save your bacon

The book is very entertaining and informative. It’s also a call to war of sorts. I must say however that the advice provided is only really useful if you have a way (that is, if you are cleaver and proactive enough) to work independently and be your own boss. For the dim type pullulating in academic jobs the advice is of no much use. Leaving quietly or with a big bang won’t be of much consolation when you fail making a living other than by stacking boxes in a supermarket or worst. For the vast majority of us it is just bending our backs and passively sabotaging the system like the Good Soldier Švejk.

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  • UMAGA
  • 01-09-2017

good exposure

good exposure of sjw industry. i wasnt aware of the computer gate fiasco so didn't have much of an opinion, but otherwise some great tips, and hard hitting truths contained.

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  • redjedisquirrel
  • 17-03-2018

SJWs always lie

This is such a great book.. Explains a lot about the SJW's and why and how they would attack you. A must read for lovers of freedom.

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  • Martin P. Hellwig
  • 18-10-2017

Must read/listen!

Does the modern world seems confusing? That is on purpose, this book goes a long way to explain why and what you can do.

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  • B. Baker
  • 13-09-2017

Fantastic book. Well written and superbly researched.

This book should be mandatory for everyone in our age of deception, lies, and SJW scumbagery.

I can't recommend this book enough.
Buy it - you'll be delighted you did!!

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  • Ciaran
  • 15-10-2019

Go-To Manual for dealing with SJWs

Finished the audiobook just now. Exceptional work and brilliant performance by the narrator. A must have for anyone working in a converged work environment.

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  • orlando
  • 28-02-2019

I enjoyed it.

i guess i expected a more darker humoured side to it. never the less it was well written and spoken. 10 out of 10 would recommend if you're in trouble with the blue haired skinny jean wearing can i speak to your manager sjw brigade.

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  • Karl Deeter
  • 04-01-2019

Thought provoking

This book is thought provoking on the topic of social change and how the writer believes it is shaped by certain groups of people. Worth listening to.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 16-11-2018

Practical information

I thought i was wasting my time listening to the 1st half, but then realised it was there as an example on how to use the very practical advice regarding the use of language in the 2nd half of the book. If you adopt the methods described in the book, consider yourself to have the Donald Trump effect of shutting up these sjw idiots.

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