[Keeping Things Close] is gentle and ruminative and is a refreshing change from a lot of other conservative writings… [T]his as an important and engaging statement of the conservative position.
Willinger’s book is a useful introduction, a stiff tonic, and a clarion call. (…) Though intended for his people and his unique situation, Willinger has given us a place to begin, and deserves our gratitude.
Venner had two great advantages as a historian: He did not just study history, he participated in it. He was also among the tiny handful of intellectuals who understood tribe, nation, and race, and who grasped the horror that Europe is inflicting on itself. Venner’s experience and insight shine through every page of The Shock of History.
In The Shock of History, Venner manages to weave together the rare combination of an accurate appraisal of our current problems and a way out of the darkness. Above all it is a message of optimism and faith that Europe will prevail.
For Prometheus and Atlas is our nonfiction Moby Dick, Titanic in its scope and intention, stuffed with encyclopedic lore, cosmopolitan and yet essentially American, and Prof. Jorjani is our “pagan harpooner” folded in the flag of Ahab. One hopes, of course, that it receives a better reception than its spectral predecessor.
Buy it, and be damned!
Dr. Jorjani joins us for an enlightening overview of Prometheus and Atlas, a book essentially describing a coming scientific revolution that would move civilization past the current Cartesian paradigm through a reordering of society and politics.
If metapolitics is the prerequisite of politics, today’s Rightists cannot limit themselves to disseminating their ideas. They must first embody them. The deeds must follow the words. It is our personal duty to live according to the principles we profess both in our personal life and while dealing with the rest of society. Here again Friberg offers concrete suggestions and that can easily be put into practice.
If you are young or new to the movement to defend white European identity, get a copy of this book; if you are a veteran, keep a few handy for prospective comrades.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading both of these novels by Ernst von Salomon, a German writer, Conservative Revolutionary, and Freikorps member who lived a rather eventful life in interwar Germany. Both books, The Outlaws and It Cannot Be Stormed, are autobiographical novels that detail his political life on the Radical Right as part of what can be called the Conservative Revolutionary movement.
The Left appears to be so detached from reality that they’re beyond hope. But Friberg offers a prescription for a healthy and vital Right. I’m no optimist, but there’s a slim chance this may succeed.
Friberg describes the background that put us here, in an unprecedented cultural, demographic, and existential crisis for Europe and her peoples. But he does not collapse into defeatism or pessimism, but states with a duly substantiated optimism that ‘the success of our ideas is not just possible. It is certain’.
The Real Right Returns by Daniel Friberg is a must read for any young man who wants to participate in the metapolitical struggle for Mother Evropa.