Philosophy has been a lifelong passion, though I didn’t begin studying it seriously until late in life.

In fact, my interest in politix led me to take a closer look at philosophy, which plays a major role in most of my books. I’m especially interested in the intersection of metaphysics, psychology and propaganda.

The bad news: It’s very unlikely that KPow Books will be producing any purely philosophical works in 2021.

The good news: There will be a lot of philosophy mixed in with some of the books tentatively scheduled for publication in 2021, including Politix 101 and World War True. After all, politix is one part political science and one part political philosophy.

And what are we to make of the twisted philosophy that saturates the mainstream WWII narrative?

Was Adolf Hitler really the most evil person who ever lived? Joseph Stalin probably killed more people, yet he’s largely ignored. Winston Churchill also ranks as one of history’s biggest monsters, yet he’s lionized as the hero of the “good war.”

And how was Hitler more racist than Churchill or even America’s Franklin D. Roosevelt, who snubbed Olympic track star Jesse Owens after his victorious performance in Berlin?

Similarly, was the “Holocaust” really the worst human rights atrocity ever? And if the Germans deserved to be punished for (allegedly) starting World War II, did the Jews deserve to be punished for screwing the German people? Why is it OK for Jews to criticize Asian entertainers who wear clothing decorated with swastikas, an ancient symbol associated with Buddhism and Hinduism?

Competing Symbols
Which symbol is more closely associated with racism? Terrorism? Which symbol is associated with more wars? Which one really started WWII?

In the meantime, I’m working on a book about philosophy that I hope to publish in 2022. It could be an introduction to philosophy, a philosophy reference or a combination of the two.

It will certainly be heavily illustrated, and it will be full of surprises. Don’t expect to see it in any bookstores or libraries, because it will include a chapter focusing on Jewish philosophers that will pull no punches. Speaking of which, how many legitimate Jewish philosophers can you name?