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How the Political (Right) Became Personal

Homecoming, Kairos and Cultural Tectonics In attempting to understand contemporary ideologies, one must conscientiously stand back from the simple polarisation of left and right and good and bad. A broad-angle view of politics suggests that individual affiliations arise in peculiar…

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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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Bellum Postmodernum – Part 2

The Roman Empire’s aggressive expansionist policy necessitated a flexible definition of what it meant to be ‘Roman’, while recognizing that every amendment had to remain tethered to the rigid notion of inherent Roman superiority over other peoples and cultures. C.…

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White Identity Politics in Canada

The logical structure of this paper, stated in eight claims, is that: Canada was not a nation of immigrants but a nation built from the ground up by settlers and indigenous Euro-Canadians; The underlying principle of multiculturalism is that most…

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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 part of this millennium. In his Archeofuturism, Faye enunciates his…

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European Resistance

The situation confronting all the Western peoples today presses ever more individuals to pose themselves questions, the responses to which must be sought by deepening our investigations of the historical and cultural causes which, for nigh on a century, have…

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