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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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Solidarity with ‘White America’?

I am driven by a certain solidarity, an ethnic kinship, so to speak, with all Americans of European descent (and with all the subjects of the British commonwealth who belong to the same category). I do not harbour the same…

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A Spanish Symphony

Uncontrolled immigration? Overwhelming numbers of foreign workers? Tumultuous birth rates and a ‘nice’ multiracial society in a cosmopolitan and peaceful ‘global village’ that stretches to every corner of the world? No way. These are pipe dreams, intellectual musings lacking historical…

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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, with perfect accord (between 2010 and 2020) towards a breaking…

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Principles for Unity

The worst wars are the undeclared ones. They break out quietly, like an uneasy breeze, and are the harshest, most deadly. Europe today faces the greatest danger in her history, a danger threatening the very existence of her civilisation. For…

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Archeofuturism

Probably only after catastrophe will have destroyed modernity, with its global myth and ideology, will an alternative view of the world assert itself by virtue of necessity. No one will have the foresight or courage to implement it before chaos…

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Eastward Turning

The awareness of the crisis of the West – awareness which cannot help but touch anyone who is even remotely conscious of the character of the times in which we live – implies immediately and imperatively the need to find…

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From JQ to IQ – Part 1

‘Event Horizon’ On the edge – in some respects across the boundary – of the patriotic-identitarian movement, there still remains a ‘question’ that many consider to have been either answered already, or else rendered altogether undesirable: in ‘tainted’ old-right jargon…

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And If We Let the Catalans Decide?

Breizh-info.com: What is your point of view on the referendum in Catalonia? Hasn’t the Spanish government made a huge mistake in refusing to organize a consultation that could have turned out in its favour, had it not resorted to this…

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