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The Liberal Mirage – Part 3

The Liberal Mirage – Part 3

The Spirit of Modern Democracy The above considerations force reflection on what stance we are to take with respect to democracy as it exists here and now. The worthier proponents…

Funeral Dirge For The Family

Funeral Dirge for the Family

The fertile and long-lasting heterosexual family unit is in steep decline among Europeans, which explains the dramatic drop in their birth rates. This decline has many secondary causes, but they…

Convergence Of Catastrophes

Convergence of Catastrophes

For the first time in its history mankind is threatened by a convergence of catastrophes. A series of ‘dramatic lines’ are approaching one another and converging like a river’s tributaries,…

2018 — A Year Of Expansion

2018 — A Year of Expansion

We are coming to the close of an exciting year for Arktos, which saw the launching of our own Interregnum podcast, our own Arktos Journal, and the publication of nineteen…

Whither Europe? – Part 1

Whither Europe? – Part 1

The 2019 Italian budget, written by that eternally uneasy coalition of populist parties which presently form the Italian government, and which are held together by nothing more than their unified…

Defend Europa: ‘A Global Coup’

In A Global Coup Faye deftly condemns the status quo of Atlanticism, which is still in effect, that ensued in throughout the Cold War and its aftermath brings his penetrating…

Metapolitics And The Right – Part 2

Metapolitics and the Right – Part 2

Yet I have left me seven thousand in Israel, all knees that have not bowed unto Baal, and every mouth that hath not kissed him. —1 Kings 19:18 Metapolitics and…

Metapolitics And The Right – Part 1

Metapolitics and the Right – Part 1

It seems eminently appropriate, in the early days of this journal, to seek to come to new terms with what is by now an oldish concept: metapolitics. The word has…

Not Our Catastrophe

Not Our Catastrophe

Already before the turn of the last century, one of the leading thinkers of the contemporary Right, Guillaume Faye, predicted what he called a ‘convergence of catastrophes’ in the early…

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