Stupid White Men

Stupid White Men Michael Moore s mission is to ruffle as many feathers as possible and with his latest manifesto Stupid White Men he s done an admirable job Moore known as both a filmmaker and a bestselling author

  • Title: Stupid White Men
  • Author: Michael Moore
  • ISBN: 9781616889784
  • Page: 494
  • Format: Paperback
  • Michael Moore s mission is to ruffle as many feathers as possible, and with his latest manifesto, Stupid White Men, he s done an admirable job Moore, known as both a filmmaker and a bestselling author, takes on our current and former presidents, corporate America, and the judicial system in this irreverently witty, no holds barred look at the state of the nation.

    Stupid White Men by Michael Moore Unfortunately, Stupid White Men is a book The Black culture has been beaten down by maliciousness and innuendo by the culture who holds all the cards You ll learn how white corporate American designed and marketed its message to keep Black people oppressed and to keep white corporate America to always come up smelling like roses Stupid White Men And Other Sorry Excuses for the Apr , Stupid White Men is a liberal screed, skewering the Bush family, Republicans, whites, and the wealthy and blaming them for many of the modern world s ills. Stupid White Men MICHAEL MOORE The Top Selling Nonfiction book of , Stupid White Men has been on the New York Times Bestseller list for over a year A Bestseller in Canada, Great Britain, Germany, Australia, Japan, Ireland, New Zealand, it has been translated into languages and has Stupid White Men And Other Sorry Excuses for the State Stupid White Men is a book full of very interesting facts that involves Moore s entertaining sense of humor He discusses many stupid white men from those behind the election of the thief in chief George Bush, to those involved with the mad cow disease outbreak. Stupid White Men by by Michael Moore Summary and reviews Michael Moore s Stupid White Men is an absolutely amazing book This book is a masterpiece it is explosively funny and the subjects are extremely well researched, I think it is one of the best books of our time, it is defiantly one if my favourit

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    • Michael Moore

      Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this name See this thread for information.Michael Moore is an American filmmaker, author and liberal political commentator He is the director and producer of Bowling for Columbine, Fahrenheit 9 11, Sicko, and Capitalism A Love Story, four of the top nine highest grossing documentaries of all time 3 In September 2008, he released his first free movie on the Internet, Slacker Uprising, documenting his personal crusade to encourage Americans to vote in presidential elections 4 He has also written and starred in the TV shows TV Nation and The Awful Truth.Moore is a self described liberal who has criticized globalization, large corporations, assault weapon ownership, the Iraq War, U.S President George W Bush and the American health care system in his written and cinematic works.

    869 thoughts on “Stupid White Men

    • I'm a pretty huge social liberal. Maybe it's because I've been in law school too long, but I need facts. This book is garbage. It lacks citations and simply anecdotal. Want to know how Moore proves his point that there is a water shortage? Because he was at a chic party and heard a rich person talking about taking their yacht out on the reservoir. Want to know why black people kill each other in inner cities? Because white people buy gunsople steal those gunsd those guns are sold to black people [...]


    • I read this book because I liked Fahrenheit 9/11, and because I share Moore's feelings towards George W. Bush. But the book proved to be highly speculative and unsatisfying, and left me suspecting Moore's genuinity, a feeling which was enhanced by watching the movies Bowling for Columbine and Sicko. He seems to edit facts and figures to prove his point, in his books as well as movies, just like any politician. His humour is also too cynical for my taste. A humourist once wrote: "For the rose bus [...]


    • I had to read this book for a class, and, lucky me, a few weeks before I had to have it read, Moore came and spoke at my school. I got tickets for me and a couple of my friends and bought the book at the door. Michael Moore is a rambunctious fellow for someone so hefty, and he gave a good speech or lecture or whathaveyou; I wouldn't call it inspiring, but to my 21-year-old mind still adjusting to the demands of big city livin' and the expectations of being a college student, I remember being fir [...]


    • Hilarious but very simplistic take. An extremely funny albeit jaded look at how the world is and very bleak view of politics. All kind of politics and politics of all kind, are not this definite. The machinations behind everything is too broad and everyone involved too greedy. But his take on money and war is spot on. Even if his solutions are a bit whimsical. He's also right about women being better human than men, for the most parts.The way they are, the behavior of those stupid white men, and [...]


    • President George W. Bush (born 1946) was the President of the US from 2001 to 2009. He became the president on the year that our President Erap Estrada (born 1937) was ousted from his seat. I recalled this while reading the book because I was then working as the Asia Pacific Purchasing Manager in my previous company, a multinational chemical manufacturer. Our Buyers across the region were invited over to have our conference here in Manila. During one particular dinner, my Australian team mate as [...]


    • This book IS a little dated now. However, that does NOT detract from the simple fact that the presidency of George W. Bush, if one could call it that, was a farce from the outset. And that is what this book is mostly about. I won't go too much into detail and let the book do that. What I will say is that Bush Jr. should have been denied presidency on the grounds that it was and is a conflict of interest. Pure and simple! And the absolute low point in the history of the United States will forever [...]


    • Given how utterly crazy the world of politics has become (again), it seemed appropriate to revisit Moore's bestseller, Stupid White Men, as the US gears up to the very real possibility of voting for one of the most despicable men in the world as its president. Despite being originally published in 2001, shortly after 9/11, much of this book still sadly rings true and it demonstrates in depressing clarity, how little seems to have changed in America (if anything, it looks like things have gotten [...]


    • If you hate the guy, you would never pick up one of his books anyway. I happen to like him, mostly. The book reflects his take on the world, which is mixture of frothing vituperation at the outrages foisted upon the American people by those in power and a puckish sense of humor. His greatest strength is his films but this book offers an entertaining taste of Moore between features.


    • Not being American, though having spent a fair amount of time in the US, I didn't quite get the point of this book until one day I flipped through "Godless" at a bookstore. Then it suddenly became clear - you were meant to preface every paragraph with "Why should Ann Coulter have all the fun?" And indeed, why should she?


    • Michael Moore is rarely wrong to a fault. In Stupid White Men, he sets the stage to explain why the angry white man determined the result of the Dubya elections and prophetically how Drumpf got elected in 2016. It is bitingly sarcastic but if you look past the buffoonery, it does tell an ugly truth that we have not learned from much to our own undoing.


    • I was prone from the start to give this book a favorable review, because my politics are right there with Moore's. For readers like me, he's preaching to the choir. I found the book alternately entertaining and disturbing as facts, statistics, serious rants and cheeky humor flew off the page. Some passages made me want to jump up and help change the world; others made me feel that it's all too much and that I'll soon be hopelessly watching our nation unravel. I suspect the author's own moods flu [...]


    • As an admitted "academic snob," I'll confess that I've stayed away from some of Moore's earlier works simply because I didn't feel he had the intellectual chops to address some of the questions that he raises. However, this book is a very humorous and sometimes frightening satire of the state of the US today. And he's not a scholar, but then again, nowhere did I find proof that he professes to be. He posits important questions for discussion and, due to his popularity, is able to put these ideas [...]


    • Actually the first thing that struck me, was how current this more than ten year old book still is. Granted the names in politics have changed in the last decade, but most of Moore's critiques could land as squarely now as in the beginning- especially his critique of the increasingly similar two parties (he is talking about USA but it also struck me how much of his political insight works almost equally well for Australia).Moore is readable, funny, breaks things into short sections which is extr [...]


    • Με αφορμή την είσοδο του παλαβού στο άσπρο σπίτι μου ήρθε η έμπνευση για να πιάσω αυτό εδώ το βιβλίο. Ξεκινάει με την είσοδο ενός άλλου παλαβού - δείχνοντας ότι η ιστορία επαναλαμβάνεται - καλύπτοντας πολλές από τις πτυχές της αμερικανικής κοινωνίας. Ο Michael Moore παίρνει το όπλ [...]


    • Το βιβλίο αναφέρεται στις ΗΠΑ. Στο πρώτο μέρος, ο Μουρ δίνει στοιχεία για την νοθεία των προεδρικών εκλογών, στις οποίες εξελέγη ο Μπους ο νεότερος, και καταδεικνύει την δύναμη του συστήματος, που μπορεί να αγνοεί πολιτικές ιδεολογίες, την θέληση και τις ψήφους και να επιβάλ [...]


    • WTF? This guy delights in embarrassing people. I think he must be some sicko type of sadist that he thrills in watching other people squirm.He goes out of his way to surprise unsuspecting miscreants and then applies the hard questions. Granted, most of his targets are dirt bags and deserve to be "outed". But do they deserve the scathing embarrassment he subjects them to? Maybe. Moore, Olberman, and others who delight in ridicule as a form of muckraking, are no different than windbags like Rush L [...]


    • Initially, I was too embarrassed to add this to my list of books. But then, I did. The reason I read this book was that I wanted to see for myself what kind of nonsense it was all about. Just judging by the title, Stupid White Men, a person with average intelligence should already be highly dubious of any claims he makes. I don't want to offend any of the members on this site, but only veritable ignoramuses would agree with the majority of Moore's ridiculous assertions and conclusions. He really [...]


    • Based on the glowing recommendations of many of my colleagues from my previous job, I persuaded myself to give it a try--but not without suspicion. The one-star rating is for the humor behind the ranting and raving of Moore. For those who want to pass time, I recommend something other than this book, anything, as a matter of fact. It is probably the worst book I have ever read.


    • Michael Moore hits the nail on the head and has presented facts that cannot be disputed!The Black culture has been beaten down by maliciousness and innuendo by the culture who holds all the cards! You’ll learn how white corporate American designed and marketed its message to keep Black people oppressed and to keep white corporate America to always come up smelling like roses! And, to use as a distraction while white corporate America rob America blind.Unfortunately, Stupid White Men is a book [...]


    • I don't know if I will ever have the patience to finish this book. I started it because I have enjoyed Moore's movies from a young age and from the first few pages I thought I was in for a fairly good description of how "stupid white men" dominate and live off the majority's labour I took it to the beach with a bottle of wine and ended up scribbling frantically about why it pissed me off. His "counter-coup" is not a viable solution to the corruption of "stupid white men". He urges his readers to [...]


    • 3 STARS"In the winter of 2002, Stupid White Men took America -- and the world -- by storm. Tired and skeptical of George W. Bush's high approval ating, frightened by the implications of the Enron scandal -- and generally just looking for a voice of honest dissent in the thick atmosphere of jingoism that followed 9/11 -- book buyers from coast to coast swiftly embraced Michael Moore's in-your-face anti-Bush-era manifesto, making it one of the bestselling nonfiction books of the year.With an unerr [...]


    • في ليلة من أسوأ ليالي حياتي حدثت أشياء كثيرة أتذكر ذلك اليوم الأكتوبري الأخير لي في القاهرة صيف و خريف 2003،لم أجد سيارة أجرة تقلني الى المطار إلا بعد تأخير ممطوط،طبعا طارت الطائرة بدوني،لحسن الحظ تبقت لدي جنيهات كافية للعودة الى وكالة أسفاري العزيز ة جدا جدا !!!!!!ستسوء لحظاتي [...]


    • A decent enough introduction to some of the real issues in politics today. Michael Moore does a good job presenting the stuff the corporate media slags do their best to obfuscate and the average news consumer would rather ignore. The book's strength is that it will be palatable to the kind of audience that is curious about what's going on in the world but would still be scared by Chomsky, Pilger, Znet, Counterpunch etc.



    • Nunca había leído ningún libro relacionado con política, y mucho menos con política de un país ajeno al mío. Elegí uno bueno para comenzar. Michael Moore logra captar la atención del lector desde el principio, haciendo uso de sus brillantes puntadas en contra de aquellos estúpidos hombres blancos que gobiernan su país.Contrario a lo que se piensa, no es en su totalidad un libro interesante, ni siquiera habla de política todo el tiempo (aunque de la manera en que él lo pinta todo est [...]


    • It is a bit dated, about 10 years old by now, but I thought it would be interesting to read anyway. “A Very American Coup” was a great start looking into how Bush “stole” the election; the only other good chapters I found were “Kill Whitey” and “Dear George”. Stupid White Men is often funny and surprising. He never made me really laugh out loud with his writing but he did get a chuckle. There are some good stories hidden its chapters and those parts I really did enjoy reading. Fo [...]


    • There is a lot of conjecture and storytelling in this book. If you want a quick and fast explanation for what is wrong with American politics, you're halfway there. It is beautifully unapologetic, much as the story told is incredibly one-sided. Moore presents himself in a like-me-or-hate-me way, pointing out the things that are wrong with America, and how the Presidential Election of 2000 was an omen of the things that would go wrong during Bush II's presidency.I particularly liked a part where [...]


    • كتاب آخر يبرز الوجه القبيح لأمريكا، الوجه المتغضن المرعب والمتجهم، العابس في وجوه الأمريكيين أنفسهم.كتاب آخر يقدم السياسة كما هي: لعبة من المكائد والكذب والمداهنة والخداع، والجماهيرُ جماعاتٌ تقودها نخبة متسلطة لا تسعى إلا وراء مصالحها.ديمقراطية أميركا - كما يبدو - ديمقراطي [...]


    • As Moore states in his Acknowledgments ("I hope you had a few good laughs. I hope it has inspired you to go and raise a ruckus.") Moore is looking to push your proverbial buttons while bringing a chuckle or two. In this biting exposé of the social/political environment of 2001, he succeeds on both counts.He spares no one, turning his sharp wit on G. W. Bush, Cheney, Clinton, Republicans, Democrats, Corporations, white men, U.S. citizens, and his favored Ralph Nadar.I remember when this book cam [...]


    • Whatever his politics, I think Moore is hilarious and sometimes he does manage to illustrate aspects of our culture that remain shrouded in myths and quiet acceptance. This book, however, was very disappointing and sometimes disturbing. Like, he suggests that the Palestinians should stop all violence, even self-defense and emulate Ghandi—even going as far as lying down in front of Israeli tanks. He says, sure, some of you will die, but gosh darn it, the world will be behind you on the high gro [...]


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