Why The White Man Rules

(an apology)

Non-Fiction - Social Issues
130 Pages
Reviewed on 07/01/2021
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Author Biography

Born and raised in California, Nathaniel Leonard Jackson Jr. currently resides in West Oakland, California. He is a veteran of the military, U.S. Army. He received his B.A. in Theology from Patten University in Oakland, California, and received a Master's Equivalent in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Lesley Jones for Readers' Favorite

From the beginning of time, the white man has invaded and overthrown countries across the world. Throughout history, they have dominated every corner of society with power and subjugation, whether that is by their birthright or talents. The white man has ventured across the world and taken what they feel is rightfully theirs, without apology or explanation. There seemed to be no resistance from the native inhabitants and, if there was, they would be given an ultimatum to serve and obey or face annihilation. Once the land was theirs, it became more prosperous but over time the land also was altered to suit the culture and desires of the invaders. The one question which remains unanswered, however, is how one race of people can invade and conquer with such violence and arrogance toward others and still receive the abundance and blessing of God? Why The White Man Rules by Nathaniel Leonard Jackson Jr. will take us on a journey throughout history, beginning with the book of Genesis to unravel the true origins behind the power the white man has always held.

Why The White Man Rules by Nathaniel Leonard Jackson is an extremely well-researched and enlightening book. The messages throughout are positive and I believe the content could be the catalyst for clarity and unification between the different cultures and races. I loved how the author makes the point that throughout history there has been a tendency toward violence and hatred and no one is offering a solution as to why the white man was able to conquer other nations with no consequences. This quote from the book brought so much lucidity: ‘If we just focus on the things we see, we will never be free of the things that we see.’ You will definitely learn so much about the history of how and why the white man has been allowed to invade countries throughout the world, pillage, murder, and conquer with impunity. The explanation of Greek history was fascinating as the points covered were quite unnerving but truly educational. I found the detailed background around the biblical origins of the Two Nations and how this correlates to the authority the white man holds today very interesting. The reasoning and arguments made are both intelligent and thought-provoking. You will also form a new and healthy relationship with God and gain a greater understanding of how his actions are for the greater good of humanity.

Daniel D Staats

Don’t let the title put you off reading this book. Nathaniel Leonard Jackson, Jr. has written a study showing why society is the way it is in his book Why the White Man Rules. This book aims to show the way to Jesus Christ by showing how He has always kept His promises. Just a little over halfway through the book, Nathaniel finally addresses that God in no way intended the white man to be arrogant or believe in white supremacy. That is a sinful response to failing to understand the power and working of the Lord Jesus Christ. This is a book that takes an alternative look at the history of the world, showing the rise of the white man and his power. Nathaniel does an excellent job explaining the Tabernacle, its structure, and its meaning. This might be the most important part of the book.

Nathaniel Leonard Jackson, Jr. makes a point of distinguishing God’s promises to Abraham as the Promise of the Birthright and the Promise of the Kings. His book, Why the White Man Rules, fleshes out these two promises. One runs down the line of the Jews while the other becomes the white race. Let me emphasize that this is not a racist book. Nathaniel shows in a scholarly manner how the white man rules the world through the power of the Lord Jesus Christ. He emphatically states that man’s idea of white supremacy is a misuse of their role. White men have nothing of their own and instead of feeling superior, they need to humbly love others as Jesus loved others. Give this book a fair hearing before you decide if you agree or disagree. At the very least, this book will give you pause to think.

Adriana Brunga

Excellent book! To much to learn.