Reviews and Mentions
Alexander Dugin’s book ‘Eurasian Mission’ (Arktos, 2015) details the dream of a multipolar future, where all civilizations can pursue their own courses of development, existing and thriving in cultural harmony, untouched by the pernicious unipolar influence of a hyperpower dictating its terms with a big stick and a dark syrupy drink. The glorious Holy Roman Empire with its medieval warrior-monasticism shall be resurrected — in all its arcane mysticism and martial splendor — in the age of digitization and hypersonic missiles.
For the benefit of those unaware of the Catholic tradition’s relationship to patriotism, Langella shows how the local, particular loyalties frequently denounced in modern homilies as “racism” have been affirmed not only by popes and Church Doctors, but by Biblical figures such as the Maccabees, Saint Paul, and Christ Himself.
De Zwarte Poolster by Alexander Wolfheze
Talking to the Wolf: The Alexander Dugin Interviews by Alexander Dugin
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Rogue House on the Hill by Leonid Savin...