* AcceptableTargets: *[[LongList inhales deeply]]*... Jews, blacks, Hispanics, Chinese, Arabs, mixed-race people, liberals, conservatives, moderates, libertarians, communists, feminists, homosexuals, bisexuals, crossdressers, fetishists, sadomasochists, rednecks, interracial couples, and the "unfit". And all white people who don't also hate the above.
* AudienceAlienatingPremise: Considering the book's key premise is that "all non whites are inferior untermench who [[Series/DoctorWho WILL BE EXTERMINATED!!! EXTERMINATE!!! EXTERMINATE!!!]]", and that all whites who take issue with this are just as subhuman in their "race treason" (and thus slated for extermination the same time as the Jews, Blacks, Hispanics, etc), this book has hardly been a fondly appreciated literary classic. Most bafflingly the book also targets almost all white supremacists (i.e its target audience) as being gutless cowards and drunks who will be swept away along with the untermench by the new "master race" which entirely consists of omnicidal Nazi psychopaths.
* BileFascination: This book's notoriety has drawn the attention of people unaffiliated with its insane political viewpoints
* EsotericHappyEnding: [[spoiler:All Jews and Non-Whites have been annihilated... in a lengthy campaign involving nuclear and chemical warfare, which has reduced Earth to a tenth its population and will most likely yield a severe fallout. But hey, at least this means the monsterous protagonists will die horrifically in said fallout.]]
* FridgeHorror: [[spoiler:A number of tropers actually had to read the book carefully to create these pages.]]
* HarsherInHindsight: Barring every attempt to make this book a SelfFulfillingProphecy, the climax of the book involves the protagonist flying a plane into the Pentagon.
* IdiotPlot: The plot kicks off with the US population, ''including the Supreme Court,'' accepting the outlawing of privately-owned guns, second amendment be damned. In fact, lets cut to the chase and say that ''everyone'' who isn't racist is a moron nigh-on by default.
* MarySuetopia: What the author seems to think an all-white world would be.
* NightmareFuel: [[ThePurge The Day of the Rope...]]. [[spoiler: to cut a long story short, the "heroic white freedom fighters" conquer LA and proceed to massacre all white women who have ever slept with a non white, or even merely been friends with them, and any white man who did the same, as well as any whites who opposed them.]]
* OvershadowedByControversy: This book is probably best known for its association with Timothy [=McVeigh=], the Oklahoma City Bomber.
* StrawmanHasAPoint: To be expected in a novel with a white supremacist agenda. At one point, the attorney general of the United States government comes on television to describe the [[DesignatedHero heroes]] as "depraved, racist terrorists".
* ValuesDissonance: Partially because of the extreme political values, the book is incredibly divisive.