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What Is to Be done?

The question “What is to be done?” when it is posed by men who are not naturally inclined to revolution, and particularly by men who tend indeed toward respect or reverence for law and order, implies that the socio-political state…

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Sing, Afrikaaner, Sing!

And by the way it is a curious thing, and just shows how blood will show out... — H. Rider Haggard King Solomon’s Mines Gijs reflected on the stories he had been told about his great grandfather, who as a…

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The Corporatist Answer

When a state descends into chaos and bankruptcy, of either the economic or the moral kind, there can be a reaction by the remaining healthy parts of the people toward regeneration. Oswald Spengler referred in The Decline of the West…

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Some Basic Questions About Change

We tend to be very good at identifying problems. We can tell anyone what is wrong, and it is quite a list: democratic institutions are failing, and they are no match for the power of global corporations and organizations; these…

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Why Automation Does Not Concern Me

There is much talk of our automated future. Robots and machines of ever-increasing power gradually eliminating the need for busy human hands. Driverless cars and trucks, crops and fields harvested by fuel-burning advanced appliances, all culminating in an assembly line…

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Nationalism and Folk Identity

Today in the West, we find ourselves on a dangerous precipice. Many of us see our nations changing in ways that are destructive if not terrifying for the direct threats currently leveled at our ethno-culture. We find our means to…

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Deconstructing the Left – Part 1

Introduction The relatively recent and quasi-ironic rise of ‘NazBol’ highlights an important phenomenon: the (re-)appropriation of historically left-wing analytical tools by Third Positionist (and, to some extent, even strictly right-wing) discourse. This was likely an intellectual-historical inevitability. Since at least…

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