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Mussolini & Racism, Part 4
Racism & Other “Horrors”

Tullio Crali. prima che si apra il paracadute, 1939. Casa Cavazzini, Galleria d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Udine.

Tullio Crali, Before the Parachute Opens, 1939.

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I will take a recent episode of a personal nature as a starting point for the clarification of certain ideas. This clarification might be useful to those who, within the Right, are not only concerned with problems related to the more contingent forms of political struggle. The episode is the following. In Rome, an organisation of the MSI [Movimento Sociale Italiano][1] was planning to dedicate a conference to the ideas that I defend. Read more …

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Mussolini & Racism, Part 3
Blood & Spirit

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After Mussolini considered the arguments presented in my previous articles, I told him that his approval of my formulation of racial issues would be help me in initiatives that I had already begun abroad under my own responsibility. For a long time I was in contact with certain German circles, having been invited to give lectures and presentations, and racial issues were among the topics I had discussed.

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Mussolini & Racism, Part 2
The Myth of the New Italy

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Tato (Guglielmo Sansoni), Flying over the Coliseum in a Spiral (Spiraling), 1930

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While race is typically considered a fixed, naturalistic and fatal given, in my book [Synthesis of the Doctrine of Race] I argued a dynamic conception: new races can be formed, while other races may mutate or disappear as a result of internal, spiritual factors, or what I called the “internal race.” As an example, I pointed to the Jewish type, which isn’t derived from an original pure race, but was molded by a millennial tradition; Read more …

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Mussolini & Racism

Renato Bertelli, Profilo continuo di Benito Mussolini

Renato Bertelli, Profilo continuo di Benito Mussolini

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In September of 1941 I was summoned to Palazzo Venezia. I did not imagine that Mussolini himself wanted to speak to me. [Alessandro] Pavolini led me to him and was present during our conversation. Mussolini told me that he had read my work Sintesi di dottrina della razza [Synthesis of the Doctrine of Race], Read more …

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Teoria i praktyka

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Aby zrealizować swoje cele polityczne, Północnoamerykańska Nowa Prawica musi zrozumieć właściwe relacje pomiędzy teorią a zmianą społeczną, metapolitkyą a polityką, teorią a praktyką. Musimy uniknąć dryfowania w kierunku bezczynnego intelektualizmu albo bezmyślnego – a zatem najprawdopodobniej przynoszącego skutki odwrotne od zamierzonych – aktywizmu.

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Racism & Anti-Semitism

"In Abraham's bosom the nations gather," Bible of Souvigny, 12th century

“In Abraham’s bosom the nations gather,” Bible of Souvigny, 12th century

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Trans. anonymous

Earlier in this book [Il mito del sangue (The myth of blood), Evola’s survey and exposition of racial theories first published in 1937], we have often encountered anti-Semitic ideas. In contemporary forms of racism these ideas have taken an increasingly definite form, but have also at times given rise to an ambiguity: some people believe that racism and anti-Semitism are the same thing, and that it therefore be sufficient to be neither a Jew nor a person of color to belong to the “Aryan” race. Read more …

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Metapolityka i wojna tajemna

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English original: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4

W 1897 r. Robert Lewis Dabney przewidział tryumf ruchu sufrażystek w oparciu o własną ocenę historii i charakteru jedynej siły sprzeciwiającej się prawom wyborczym kobiet – konserwatystów z północnych stanach USA:

Jest to partia, która nigdy niczego nie konserwuje. Read more …

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Cat Lady Logic

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May 23, 2011

Obama’s speech in El Paso a few weeks ago began with a feel-good story about a graduation ceremony in Miami in which over 180 flags were marched across the stage – one for every nation that at least one student in the graduating class had invaded from. As each flag crossed the podium, that nation’s invaders cheered. “But then, the last flag, the American flag, came into view, and everyone in the room erupted in applause. Everybody cheered.”

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The Case for the Nation

Claude Monet, The Rue Montorgueil, Paris, 1878

Claude Monet, The Rue Montorgueil, Paris, 1878

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Translated by Guillaume Durocher

Translator’s Note:

This speech was given by Alain Soral in Lille at the Front National’s February 2007 presidential convention. The title is editorial. Translated from Alain Soral, Anthologie (2003–2013) (Éditions Kontre Kulture: 2013), “Communautés et communautarismes,” pp. 215–18.

Before talking about communitarianism[1] we need to talk about community and put this word in historical perspective.  Read more …

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Remembering Carl Schmitt:
July 11, 1888–April 7, 1985

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Carl Schmitt was born on July 11, 1888 in Plettenberg, Westphalia, Germany–where he died on April 7, 1985, at the age of 96. The son of a Roman Catholic small businessman, Carl Schmitt studied law in Berlin, Munich, and Strasbourg, graduating and taking his state exams in Strasbourg in 1915. In 1916, he earned his habilitation in Strasbourg, qualifying him to be a law professor. He taught at business schools and universities in Munich, Greifswald, Bonn, Berlin, and Cologne.

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