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This was a very interesting book that discusses a worthwhile topic, but Gibson too often veers into the realm of Freudian psychology to explain the phenomenon of what he calls "The New War." I don't buy that men read Soldier of Fortune magazine out of a failure to confront their "infantile rage" over their father's relationship with their mother. Though this tome was written in 1994, its relevance is still very real today.
The author does a superb job of describing the pathologies and zeitgeists of the wanna-be "born again" redeemers of America's illusory greatness.
Now only the most brutal and sadistic murders can wipe away the Zionist/colored/Muslim/communist/leftist insults to Anglo-Saxon white Christian "morality." All in all, a brilliant summary of the kind of loon toons that are planning to wage genocidal war when the next economic catastrophe occurs.
Gibson takes easy shots at well worn targets in this book.
Violent resolution has become the sine qua non of America's ersatz culture warriors, but much more so than the "limited" war of Vietnam.Meet people of all walks and stages of life single, married, gay, straight, young adult or old.