The title of this book would suggest that it is purely about having a hopeful outlook about world events. Rather, it is mostly a history of the rise and fall of the Soviet Union with a heavy emphasis on the level of depravity both within the U.S.S.R. and amongst the many Western apologists for the regime. None of this was new information to me (see this, this, this, this, and this. And let’s not forget Flappr’s Excellent overview: The Russian Revolution: Good Thing / Bad Thing) but this work is a much more condensed and to the point telling of the tale. What was most interesting to me were the final few chapters that document Reagan, Thatcher, Gorbachev and the eventual fall of the Soviet empire. The speed and totality of the fall is the great example of why one should be white-pilled.