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I’m pleased to see that my latest article entitled 美国真理报:希特勒如何拯救盟友 is doing quite well, with excellent traffic and over 850 contentious comments, totaling almost 150,000 words.

Some of the commenters indicated they’d very much like to have access to hard-copy versions of the series, which are sometimes more convenient for reading lengthy pieces. Obviously, these could always be produced by merely printing out the particular articles, but since printed copies normally do not provide links, a great deal of important information would be lost.

Therefore, I’ve added a bit of software that automatically converts hypertext links into footnoted references, which are then grouped together at the end of an article. The resulting version can then be printed or converted into a PDF file, with almost no loss of useful material. This transformation is triggered by appending “?display=footnoted” to the regular URL, as in for example, https://www.unz.com/runz/american-pravda-how-hitler-saved-the-allies/?display=footnoted

Using this method, I’ve gone back and produced PDF versions of all the items in the 美国真理报 series, and linked those PDFs near the top of each text, making them conveniently available to interested readers.

In addition, here’s a listing of all the more significant American Pravda items, linked to the printable PDF versions, which also serves as a helpful catalog to the entire series. The total is quite substantial, running over 170,000 words, with 20,000 comments providing another 2.7 million words of debate and discussion.

2010-2013 PDFs

2016 PDFs

2018 PDFs

2019 PDFs

 

On another matter, I’ve recently received some complaints about several “problematical” commenters, who regularly overwhelm our comment-threads with their personal perspectives, often spewing forth far more than their reasonable share. Therefore, I’ll probably be adding some additional software to limit them to a much more reasonable quota during any given time-period.

 
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  1. Tusk 说:

    Thanks Ron, I’m looking forward to the book version in the future (hopefully!).

  2. Jim Given 说:

    Ron, Thank you so much for sharing with readers facts and perspectives that have been recently censored (or long censored !) from American society and culture. Lots of us fear a “soft police state” crackdown in facts, viewpoints, and history that defy Ruling Class orthodoxy. It would be great to have the entire American Pravda series available as a single PDF (or as a paperback book! ) That way this collection will remain accessible to people brought up in the approaching Brave New World. Thanks also for making available so many “vanished” history books that once were Mainstream, consensus history. Those that do not remember the Past, are condemned to repeat it.

    • 回复: @Ron Unz
  3. Ron Unz 说:
    @Jim Given

    Ron, Thank you so much for sharing with readers facts and perspectives that have been recently censored (or long censored !) from American society and culture. Lots of us fear a “soft police state” crackdown in facts, viewpoints, and history that defy Ruling Class orthodoxy. It would be great to have the entire American Pravda series available as a single PDF

    谢谢你的客气话。

    Since the PDFs aren’t locked, it’s easy for anyone to download the files and merge them together into one or more much larger PDFs. The combined total would be well over 20 MB, which is really pretty sizeable and since various people might not be interested in all of them, I decided to leave it to individuals to make the selections.

  4. Anonymous [AKA "NewPeter"] 说:

    FYI auto-footnoting in the “911 Conspiracy Theories” Pravda got ahead of itself somehow, missing 35 and 37, throwing everything off by 2 after that.

    Can’t post screen shot here.

    • 回复: @Ron Unz
  5. Anon[232]• 免责声明 说:

    On another matter, I’ve recently received some complaints about several “problematical” commenters, who regularly overwhelm our comment-threads with their personal perspectives, often spewing forth far more than their reasonable share. Therefore, I’ll probably be adding some additional software to limit them to a much more reasonable quota during any given time-period.

    I’d give a higher priority to banning misandry and racism (starting from anti-Whitism), on the part of commenters and columnists alike, but that might clash with your free speech policy.

    • 回复: @Tusk
  6. Tusk 说:
    @Anon

    It’s easy enough to ignore ad hominem attacks in comments, but when you have people spamming the threads with low quality replies to three or four different posters it really tanks the discusison.

    • 回复: @Anon
    , @Republic
  7. Mr. Unz, would you host the banned blog Chateau Heartiste?

    • 回复: @Republic
    , @Elsewhere
  8. anonymous[375]• 免责声明 说:

    Thanks for these, Ron.

    Some really interesting and potentially important stuff here.

    (The JFK Assassination pt. 2 link is dead for me)

    • 回复: @Ron Unz
  9. mh505 说:

    Commenter Anon232 hasn’t understood the first thing about this site. He wants the Unz Review to follow the example of Google, Amazon et al and install a thought police here. Must be a troll.

    Thank you, Mr Unz. I am not sure how long you will be able to hold out, clearly the site is reaching critical mass and thus can no longer fly under the radar as it were.

    So let’s keep our fingers crossed.

    • 回复: @Anon
    , @Anon
  10. Anon[433]• 免责声明 说:
    @Tusk

    It doesn’t bother you to read (as the rounding off of an exchange) a female say a thing “That’s men for you :))”, nor have columnists making the point (in the comments) that you are “just one more 白色 person who can’t think out of his 白色 box”?

    Low-quality comments… means someone starts to rate quality — it’s likely to introduce bias, and bias does usually spiral.

    • 回复: @Tusk
  11. Anon[433]• 免责声明 说:
    @mh505

    “Troll” is a word always in the mouth of born thought-policers.
    They are also very prone to establishing rankings of who understands more or less — those rankings featuring their selves at the top, and whatever doesn’t meet their liking around the bottom.

    Projection, that sovereign of the human mind.

  12. Anon[433]• 免责声明 说:
    @mh505

    我认为我们都知道需要采取什么行动; 而且这种行动绝不能基于所谓的“民主”手段

    (From your comment history, oh lover of freedom of expression.)

  13. Republic 说:

    On another matter, I’ve recently received some complaints about several “problematical” commenters, who regularly overwhelm our comment-threads with their personal perspectives, often spewing forth far more than their reasonable share. Therefore, I’ll probably be adding some additional software to limit them to a much more reasonable quota during any given time-period.

    Thank you very much for this new feature.

    • 回复: @ANon
  14. Republic 说:
    @Anarcocapitalist

    Counter-Currents.com

    In Praise of Heartiste

    尼古拉斯·R·耶尔维

    The banning of Chateau Heartiste, a.k.a. Chateau Roissy, the long-running manosphere blog, is a serious setback for white advocacy.

  15. Republic 说:
    @Tusk

    A commenter with the initials JS has made almost 20% of all the comments in two of the most recent articles by Linh Dinh

    • 同意: Ron Unz
  16. Ron Unz 说:
    @anonymous

    (The JFK Assassination pt. 2 link is dead for me)

    Thanks, it’s fixed.

  17. Ron Unz 说:
    @Anonymous

    FYI auto-footnoting in the “911 Conspiracy Theories” Pravda got ahead of itself somehow, missing 35 and 37, throwing everything off by 2 after that.

    Thanks so much for catching that serious bug in my auto-footnoting software. I’ve now fixed it and regenerated the 9/11 PDF and about a dozen others that were similarly defective.

    They’re all reloaded on the server, but once you open them, you may need to refresh your browser to download the revised versions.

  18. Hunter 说:

    Hi, I’m gratefully downloading theses PDFs, however this one:

    John McCain: When “Tokyo Rose” Ran for President (PDF)

    gives a page with the message, “We’re sorry. That page could not be found.”

    Thanks for these. Previously, I have copy and pasted your articles and created sub par PDFs for my kindle. This is very much appreciated.

  19. Hunter 说:

    Also this one gives the same “We’re sorry. That page could not be found.” message:

    American Pravda: How Hitler Saved the Allies (PDF).

    再次感谢!

    • 回复: @Ron Unz
  20. Tom Verso 说:

    I cannot thank you enough for these articles in PDF formate.

    I am a neurotic compulsive user of text highlighting and margin notes. PDF makes those tools available to me. And the complexity and length of your articles almost demands their use.

    Also, I can’t help but wonder what mechanism of destiny brought a person such as yourself with the knowledge, skills and ideology that is so uniquely and desperately needed at this particular point in the history of Western culture.

    As they use to say in Radio Days: “Keep those cards and letters com’n folks’.

  21. Hunter 说:

    So I found the problem with the Tokyo Rose article, your link is simply missing the “.pdf” at the end of the address. Adding it in brings you to the PDF no problem.

    Not so with the “How Hitler saved the Allies” PDF. Can’t find that one.

    希望有帮助!

  22. Ron Unz 说:
    @Hunter

    Also this one gives the same “We’re sorry. That page could not be found.” message:

    American Pravda: How Hitler Saved the Allies (PDF).

    Sorry for those two careless typos in the links, which have been fixed. Both PDFs should now be available.

  23. Tusk 说:
    @Anon

    If they want to say that they can feel free, if they’re being disingenious or not discussing in what I (or others) deem to be good faith then we have the ability to add them to the commenters to ignore box.

  24. Bravo, I look forward to using these. In the past I’ve printed to pdf format to give me airliner reading. I’m too cheap to pay for airline online connectivity, and nothing sucks more than your browser refreshing to a blank page when you are offline.

  25. skopros 说:

    I’m sure we could fall all over ourselves in gratitude for what Ron Unz has done for press freedom and historical preservation…As one commenter already observed: what good fortune brought him to this historical moment when Assange is cruelly oppressed and railroaded and anti-whistle-blower legislation percolates through other countries at a truly alarming pace?

    I despise virtue-signalling toadies but this unique individual has really done a great service. Let us pray he is not pushed down the same path as Julian and the others. I worked in the media for 50 years and now am totally disgusted with its galloping mendacity and triviality.

    • 同意: freedom-cat
  26. That is so cool. It would be neat if it worked on other sites as well; maybe as an Add-on or something.

  27. Anonymous [AKA "Tom Ratliff"] 说:

    嗨罗恩,

    The “?display=footnoted” feature is broken in the one example you provide because the sentence period (.) is included in the link and causes the feature to be ignored by browsers.

    换一种说法:

    “?display=footnoted” = functional
    “?display=footnoted.” = not functional

    This seems to be just a one-off typo – of the few that I’ve scanned, the PDFs that you’ve created display the footnotes as desired.

    Thanks for all your efforts! Your site’s content and commenting system is unparalleled. RE: The American Pravda series: “I’ve learned so much” is an understatement. Mind blown.

    一切顺利,

    Tom

  28. JackOH 说:

    Ron, thanks so much. I think your “Chinese Melamine and American Vioxx” story, which I’d stumbled upon years ago, was my gateway to Unz评论.

    I probably disagree with tone and subject matter of some of 美国真理报. No matter. I’m living in a Wobbly America that I’d like to see righted, and for clarity and forcefulness of thought there’s nothing else that comes close to UR.

    How wobbly is wobbly? Beneath a good local newspaper article on the opioid crisis, I published a quote from 异议 magazine that noted the FDA had since the early 1990s been bankrolled, under the guise of user fees, by the Big Pharma it is purported to regulate.

    Some local people, including those affected by the opioid crisis, were upset with me. I don’t know why. The only thing I can guess is that people don’t have the moral imagination to believe their government acts in questionable, or downright evil, ways for the benefit of power elites.

    再次感谢。

  29. ANon[252]• 免责声明 说:
    @Republic

    Because they can’t just be blocked and not seen at all — no, that would only accomplish the purpose of the new feature.

    • 回复: @Republic
  30. Republic 说:
    @ANon

    I’ll probably be adding some additional software to limit them to a much more reasonable quota during any given time-period.

    Those commenters are still free to post only they cannot clog up a thread with excessive replies.

  31. niceland 说:

    罗恩
    My apologies for off topic comment.

    I would really like to read your thoughts about global warming and climate change. Consider it a request for future article.

    Many thanks for great website and thought provoking articles!

    • 回复: @Ron Unz
  32. Hubbub 说:

    友好打印和PDF is an extension for most browsers that converts articles to PDF format for downloading and offline reading. The extension allows one to excise portions of the article one does not want and the resulting PDF is usually quite professionally rendered. Some readers here might want to give it a try.

  33. Ron Unz 说:
    @niceland

    I would really like to read your thoughts about global warming and climate change. Consider it a request for future article.

    Well, Global Warming seems a very complex scientific topic, which would take me too long to research for any valid analysis.

    However, I did publish a short piece a few years ago summarizing my own considerable skepticism, and I’ve seen nothing to change my opinion:

    https://www.unz.com/runz/two-cheers-for-heresy-on-global-warming/

    • 回复: @Dave Pinsen
    , @Brian Fischer
  34. @Ron Unz

    There seems to be a lot of skepticism, judging by where rich people by houses.

  35. Anon[270]• 免责声明 说:

    温兹先生:

    Thank you very much for your efforts. I have shared a few of your earlier “American Pravda” articles to friends and associates in pdf format. Some just won’t look seriously at an article in html format.

    I scanned the 9-11 article and noted that the right margin is obscuring / cropping a few letters. Please take a look.

    • 回复: @Ron Unz
  36. Ron Unz 说:
    @Anon

    I scanned the 9-11 article and noted that the right margin is obscuring / cropping a few letters. Please take a look.

    Thanks for catching that. I’ve now fixed the margin bug and regenerated all the PDFs, so let me know if you notice any remaining problems, though it may take a bit of time for the new versions to propagate across the Internet.

  37. Thanks Ron. I love your series. As someone who thought he was very well read, I am amazed at how much “lost knowledge” you have uncovered. You have done a great service.

    The America Pravada series is as important as this very important website with its very important and diverse selection of authors and archived material.

  38. @Ron Unz

    Are you planning to take on the OKC bombing by chance?

  39. Thanks a ton @Ron Unz. This is a great resource!

  40. Anon[331]• 免责声明 说:

    罗恩

    The one analysis of Judaism that is virtually missing, across almost all formats and political sides, is the analysis of its defining apocalyptic eschatology.

    From what I can tell, writers have a hard time zooming out enough to see the elephant that takes the shape of the specifics of the Jewish apocalypse and its planned aftermath. Most everything else is an ear, a tail, etc.

    A piece on this theology and broadly how it ties in to the rest of what you have covered would be the most appropriate capstone in my humble opinion.

    When people ask non-Jews what Jews believe, the succinct answer should 不能 reference the minutia of the Talmud, Zohar, or Tanakh. Regardless this is the content of such an answer almost every time, when it comes at all.

    Instead the most incisive answer should describe the Jewish apocalypse and its planned aftermath that is the entire point of the Torah minutia as well as Jewish history.

    Until non-Jews can readily provide this more correct answer, respectfully it is my belief that we have not done our collective jobs as potential opponents of the desired ultimate outcomes of the Jewish religion.

    Of course I do not mean to suggest that you are saddled with this responsibility. I only mean to suggest the topic and provide my reasoning for the suggestion. Thanks for reading.

  41. Ron, I find your essays both shocking and thought provoking. You provide an alternative to both establishment historians and the legacy media. This contribution to both history and journalism are greatly appreciated by this reader. Thank You.

  42. New Dealer 说:

    Today the Brave browser on my laptop will only load the mobile version of unz.com. Never happened before. I deleted all cookies and caches and still the same. No matter what I enter in the search line, the less desirable mobile version comes up. Please help.

    In Firefox, the full version of unz.com 出现。

    • 回复: @Ron Unz
  43. Ron Unz 说:
    @New Dealer

    Today the Brave browser on my laptop will only load the mobile version of unz.com. Never happened before.

    If you are using a Mobile device or the browser thinks you are, the Mobile version is provided as the default.

    To switch to the Desktop version, click the Settings option at the top menu, and select “Use Desktop” for the Version option.

  44. Miggle 说:

    Ron, thanks. But …

    I problem I’ve noticed is that the HTML can’t be downloaded and saved, and it’s the HTML that contains the comments. There is trash in the comments but also some pretty smart, pretty wise, detailed, comments, that help to inform us, or me, which I think can be used as later references or pointers, valuable to have at hand.

    It also means a comment or a selection of comments can be extracted and printed out and notes written by hand in the margin, or parts of the comment underlined, if a response is planned. And the comment numbers of replies to a comment can be made to appear after the @name pointers in the printout so you can follow a thread even on paper.

    If it’s one of Philip Giraldi’s, say, Recruiting American Spies for Israel, and I click on “Save Page”, I finish up with the files, “Recruiting American Spies for Israel, by Philip Giraldi – The Unz Review”, and, “Recruiting American Spies for Israel, by Philip Giraldi – The Unz Review_files/”. (Calling a subdirectory with files a file.)

    If it’s one of yours, say, American Pravda: Secrets of Military Intelligence, and I click on “Save Page”, I finish up with the 一种 file, “American Pravda: Secrets of Military Intelligence, by Ron Unz – The Unz Review_files/”.

    That is, the HTML file with the comments is not allowed to be downloaded.

    I hope this is a bug you didn’t notice, that something valuable is associated with Philip’s (and other) articles but not any longer with yours.

    再次感谢。

    • 回复: @Ron Unz
  45. Miggle 说:

    Sorry, I didn’t mean the HTML files listed in your tables above, which 能够 be downladed, but the articles seen in a normal Firefox visit. The examples hold. And wget has the same problem.

  46. Ron Unz 说:
    @Miggle

    I problem I’ve noticed is that the HTML can’t be downloaded and saved, and it’s the HTML that contains the comments. There is trash in the comments but also some pretty smart, pretty wise, detailed, comments, that help to inform us, or me, which I think can be used as later references or pointers, valuable to have at hand….I hope this is a bug you didn’t notice, that something valuable is associated with Philip’s (and other) articles but not any longer with yours.

    Well, I can’t quite make out what you’re trying to say, but it seems you’d like to be able to save articles with their comments.

    Unfortunately, I think the heavy use of Javascript makes it difficult to save articles as HTML. And if you try to print the articles or save them as a PDF, the comments are normally hidden since they occupy too much space.

    However, I’ve now added an option that keeps the comments visible for printing, by adding “?display=print-comments” to the URL like:

    https://www.unz.com/gatzmon/an-electronic-engineer-in-orwells-britain/?display=print-comments

    If you now print the page to PDF, the comments will be included rather than hidden, which should solve your problem.

    • 回复: @Miggle
  47. Miggle 说:
    @Ron Unz

    Great. Thanks for doing me (I hope it is us) that favor.

    I see. The problem is Javascript, there is no such HTML file. Okay.

    Yes, I like to be able to save the HTML file because it contains the comments. Then they can all kept, and perhaps be selectively or all extracted to create another HTML file with just the selected comments, or all of them, and the browser can do a save-as-pdf on that, no need to write PDF yourself. I suppose I still like it that way. One thing is that the comment IDs of the repliers can be tracked, mapped to comment numbers, so one can get on paper something like “Replies: @alpha (2), @beta (25), @gamma (1305)” and perhaps turn the pages to those comment numbers. Something like that too with the comment itself, no longer part of an ordered list. Primitive, I guess, doing it on paper, but some people like me are primitive.

    Anyway, thanks again Ron.

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