Reviews and Mentions
What we have here is a highly original approach to the modern European condition, and Leonard’s diagnosis of the problems of the West, the ideology of failure itself, so to speak, cuts close to the bone in the best possible way, and given his wealth of personal experience, is unlikely to be easily refutable by those who dispute his analysis of the consequences of cultural Leftism. As a work in the tradition of moderate conservatism, steeped in common sense and a wide yet not unfocussed array of scholarship, this book will be invaluable to those seeking to better understand our present situation, caught between a political elite unsympathetic to the people of a rapidly changing Europe on one hand, and a deeply-embedded social culture of liberal orthodoxy which refuses to engage in any meaningful debate on the other.
... another book, also from Arktos — The Shock of History by Dominique Venner. I have a good quote to illustrate my point [...]: 'The hatred for old Europe was also a major motivation for the communists. They too wanted to create a new man; a homo-economicus [...] liberated from the 'shackles' that are his roots, nature and culture'.
Svenska folkets underbara öden: Karl XI:s och Karl XII:s tid t.o.m. år 1709 (vol. IV) by Carl Grimberg
Imperium Europa by Norman Lowell
Political Platonism by Alexander Dugin
Retroculture by William S. Lind
View from the Right, Volume III: Viewpoints and Controversies by Alain de Benoist
Ethnosociology by Alexander Dugin
Other upcoming titles
Before the War by Guillaume Faye, Decline of the West by Oswald Spengler, Ethnocentrism by Ed Dutton, Lee by Tito Perdue...
Audiobook editions of Metaphysics of War by Julius Evola, The Real Right Returns by Daniel Friberg, and Rising from the Ruins by Joakim Andersen.