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  • Written by: William Kilpatrick
  • Narrated by: John Pruden
  • Length: 8 hrs and 31 mins
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Back by popular the demand, the best-selling Politically Incorrect Guides provide an unvarnished, unapologetic overview of the topics every American needs to know. The Politically Incorrect Guide to Jihad delves into the dark world of radical Islam, exposing the most violent menace of the 21st century.

©2016 William Kilpatrick (P)2016 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Interesting insight

A western centric narrative but relevant to the current times, I guess it’s about survival and it’s important that conviction of one’s faith is the key to defend oneself. Being politically correct may not be the right approach all the time.

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Awesome

This is the best book I've ever read that opens our eyes regarding the nature of religion (Islam).

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  • Mike
  • 20-12-17

The plain truth

Unless you want to remain an ostrich with your head in the sand, this is well researched, unbiased, and worth listening to.

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  • Pratik Uchil
  • 28-12-20

Comprehensive study on the subject.

The author's research is on point and we'll put together. The narrator has given a strong voice to this issue.

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  • Jacob
  • 05-06-21

A Racist's Guide to Nothing

If one should actually muster the intellectual masochism necessary to listen to this in its entirety (as I did), it will be entirely apparent that this is nothing more than the racist ramblings of someone who is themselves a radical religious zealot. Several of the arguments presented in this book are literal Bible verses. The text itself relies heavily on the assumption that the reader is a devout Christian. Several of the assertions made by this drivel are objectively false (such as the Muslim take over of policies at a British water park), not to mention the amount of emotionally charged, generalizing, and antagonistic language targeted at one group of people rivals that of Mein Kampf. The author frequently refers to Muslims as "Pod People" in reference to invasion of the body snatchers, and REPEATEDLY claims that every Muslim is secretly a radical terrorist engaged in "stealth jihad." Be prepared for a litany of other ridiculous claims and terms such as "baby jihad' and literal sections dedicated to readings of entire passages from The Chronicles of Narnia. How this can be portrayed as sound logic is a mystery. How it is even possible for such antiquated racist rants to be available, let alone for free, on Amazon is also a mystery, one that is beyond any justification. This work is at best prejudiced and at worst actively dangerous. This book supposedly about "jihad" has several sections reserved for the discussion of homosexuality, transgenderism and as you could probably guess, Communism (most frequently) as well as a myriad of other unrelated right wing buzzwords. Several sections even lament over race mixing. Xenophobic paranoia such as this was responsible for the atrocities committed against innocent Muslims still fresh in the minds of the countless affected by tragedies such as the massacre in New Zealand. not only should you not waste the time (or the potential migraines this will inflict upon a listener) on this racist smut, you should actively campaign for it's removal. The clearly performative displays of tolerance Amazon engages in when it has a clear disregard for humanity in its choice of publications should be adamantly condemned.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 16-10-22

Review: The Politically Incorrect Guide to Jihad

This book is extremely well researched, well written and well read. It is informative, educational and very interesting. Fact after fact, read interestingly and in a way that I could not stop listening. The Politically Incorrect Guide to Jihad should be on every coffee table, in every home and hopefully on every desk in school and university.

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  • MatthewRiot
  • 14-04-22

Right wing racist rhetoric

From the JUMP this book takes a swipe at anyone not subscribed to mainstream media (Fox, cnn, oann) and takes jihadism political. Woulda been more helpful and beneficial to have a nonbiased take on what’s going on. So much for that.

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  • Joel A. Nussbaum Jr.
  • 30-01-22

Very insightful.

Exposes some of those inconvenient truths on the religion of "peace" The writer is very knowledgeable.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 14-09-21

A mediocre addition to a worthy series

I have read numerous volumes in the politically incorrect guide series. Overall you know what you’re getting into when you start one and many titles have brought up valid and often overlooked points about religious, social and political matters even if you may find yourself, as I do, disagreeing with some and agreeing with others. In this case I think the author does bring up worthwhile arguments but often diverges into alarmist arguments that are hard to take seriously, like the notion we should be afraid to travel via commercial air (still the safest mode of transport in the world) or that we should be afraid that the US military isn’t as big as it once was (with various statistics cited about its size over time). Regardless of your stance on things like this we all have to draw a line somewhere and it seems the author misses this point on numerous occasions. Some statistics are valid and worth noting but they could have been told in half the time.

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  • Phillip Smith
  • 21-03-21

Thanks William

This is an interesting and compelling book. I admit I enjoy the last chapters on how to combat Jihad and Islam the best but I would go far as to extend this method of discouraging belief in ALL religions. But that’s just me.