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.
Insgesamt stellt „Eurasische Mission“ von Alexander Dugin eine faszinierende Lektüre dar, die ein besseres Verständnis des Eurasismus und der sich herausbildenden Multipolaren Welt ermöglicht. Angesichts der Perspektiven die der Eurasismus auch Deutschland und Europa bietet wird es hoffentlich oft gelesen und noch öfter diskutiert werden. Deutschland und Europa brauchen Alternativen zum kollabierenden Transatlantismus — in diesem Buch kann eine solche gefunden werden.
Alexander Wolfheze’s Rupes Nigra: An Archaeo-Futurist Countdown in Twelve Essays is a profound, beautifully written and illustrated reflection on issues raised by the European New Right (ENR) and its American cousin, the alt-right.
This book is a good introduction to Dugin. It shows off his analysis of the contemporary ideological state of affairs in America and on the world stage, gives a brief, accessible account of the principles of his political theory, and offers concrete proposals focused on education.
All in all, a good book; it is recommended. After reading this, I am rethinking my previous emphasis on a confederated Europe of nations – as long as the non-negotiable baseline of the preservation of the unique European ethnies (and their EGI) is assured, an integrated European Nation is preferable (although, unlike Thiriart, I see this as including the overseas Diaspora). Why should we continue to cater to the petty nationalists, Nordicists, and other Culture Retarders who themselves never compromise and simply “double down” on their nonsense? Thiriart, in the broad sense, details aside, was essentially correct. Thus, I’m moving toward a more explicit pan-Europeanism.
… [T]he second [volume], subtitled Immigration, Islam, and the Migrant Crisis, appeared earlier this summer. The whole is amounting to a powerful description of the suicide—actually murder—of a civilization.
Prof. Lynn first sketched out this “developmental theory of sex differences,” as he calls it, in a series of papers in the 1990s, and his results have been supported by the research of Helmuth Nyborg and others. Standard textbooks nevertheless continue to assure psychology students that there is no significant sex difference in intelligence.
In this 600+ page work, Charles Dailey explores the symbol of the serpent or dragon in traditional cultures. … Because he refers to several of Guenon’s works, including the three core books on metaphysics, it is a good introduction to the metaphysical doctrines of Tradition.
The Serpent Symbol in Tradition contains a wealth of insights and is well worth the time investment. On a personal note, reading it now fitted perfectly in relation to the other books I have read (and written book reviews on) as of late. For anyone interested in metaphysics and myth, I can highly recommend the book!
Aunt Sally, Laura Towler and I are joined by Alexander Wolfheze as we discuss and review Alba Rosa: Ten Traditionalist Essays about the Crisis in the Modern West.
Dr. Alexander Wolfheze and Joost Top der Duinen discuss the the best book about preparing for the coming collapse of the economy and society in general: ‘Survive the Economic Collapse’ by Piero San Giorgio.