[W]e discuss his book, The Dharma Manifesto, which uses ancient wisdom to solve modern problems. We then discuss dharma, which Acharya defines as natural law. We learn that this concept has equivalents in many other religions, including Buddhism and Taoism.
Isac Boman speaks at the Identitarian Ideas gathering in Stockholm, Sweden.
Isac joins us for a highly interesting show on economics, banking, and cryptocurrencies. After learning about Isac’s ideological journey, we discuss his book, Money Power. Isac tells us about some of the absurd reactions to his book; by daring to take an objective, scholarly look at the economic policies of National Socialist Germany, he was compared to Hitler. This leads to a discussion on said policies, including what we can learn from them. Later, we discuss the Orwellian state of censorship in Sweden. We talk about Expo, an “anti-racist” organization partially funded funded by George Soros, and how the Leftist media works tirelessly to oppose the interests of ethnic Swedens. The first hour also delves into banking, the fractional reserve system, and money as a form of economic energy.
It comes as a nice surprise, therefore, to see that Arktos, a European publishing house, has brought out a new English translation of Spengler’s Man and Technics. Too thin to justify a book on its own, the essay comes with a preface by Lars Holger Holm—a profound understander of the philosopher’s life-work—that makes the paperback a very good value.
Given the seminal influence of Maurras on Rightist thinking, this translation of two of his essays, compiled into a single volume, is a significant contribution to the development of New Right thought especially for Anglophones. I am told by those who know that Maurras’ French is “difficult,” so this translation by Alexander Jacob is a singular service in many ways.
The Real Right Returns is the title of our 83rd Installment of the MOLON LABE Male Defender podcast. Daniel Friberg is the author of this fine new book. What is its title? Glad you asked. It’s The Real Right Returns.
Willinger will then try to show us a picture of a new Europe, and how this Europe could solve the big problems which threaten our continent.
[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!