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Why are Social Justice Warriors’ Complaints So Bizarre?

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We’ve seen a lot of weird social justice warrior tricks lately . . . in fact, they seem to have gotten even more aggressively off-putting since Gawker started to tank.

More violent, even: we have privilege-screeching rich girls throwing beer bottles at Roosh V. for exercising what’s left of the right to free speech in Canada.  Read more …

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Beyond Left & Right:
Wolfgang Streeck’s Buying Time: The Delayed Crisis of Democratic Capitalism

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Wolfgang Streeck
Buying Time: The Delayed Crisis of Democratic Capitalism
New York: Verso, 2014

As anyone who regularly reads Leftist academic literature can attest, often hidden within it is a sense of loss, an implicit — perhaps subconscious — desire for particular values and ethical norms deemed to have been lost since the Industrial Revolution. Read more …

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Alain de Benoist’s On the Brink of the Abyss

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Alain de Benoist
On the Brink of the Abyss: The Imminent Bankruptcy of the Financial System
London: Arktos, 2015

Alain de Benoist’s On the Brink of the Abyss is a collection of essays dealing with the capitalist system and its deleterious effects. Written in response to the 2008 crisis, it uses current events as the starting point to investigate how the trends of global neoliberalism, free trade, finance, and the general logic of capitalism have brought the world’s economy to the threshold of destruction, Read more …

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Greg Johnson Interviews F. Roger Devlin on Alexandre Kojève & the End of History

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Alexandre Kojève in 1922

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The following text is the transcript by V. S. of my conversation with F. Roger Devlin about Alexandre Kojève (1902–1968) and the end of history. To listen to the audio in a player, click here. To download the mp3, right-click here and choose “save target or link as.” To subscribe to our podcasts, click here.  Read more …

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The Tragedy of Moldova:
Dependency, Globalization, & the Destructive Power of Elite Liberalism

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moldovaMoldova is Europe’s poorest country. Tiny, landlocked, and with a population of about 3 million and shrinking, she is often ignored in modern writing on Eastern Europe. She is one of the many castaways of the 1990s, the imposition of the “free market,” and the “end of history.” Yet she was an important part of the old USSR. But after the breakup of the empire in 1990–1991, she fared even worse than Ukraine, reaching Fourth World poverty levels.  Read more …

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Suicide or Homicide?
Zemmour vs. Soral on the Decline of France

"The Hate": Alain Soral, Dieudonné, and Éric Zemmour

“Hate”: Alain Soral, Dieudonné, and Éric Zemmour

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Le Suicide français
Paris: Albin Michel, 2014

Zemmour vs. Soral: Abetz vs. De Gaulle?

In Le Suicide français, Éric Zemmour’s major concern with immigration appears to be Islam. Read more …

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Critique de l’Age Axial par Jan Assmann

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Dans son nouveau livre, From Akhenaten to Moses: Ancient Egypt and Religious Change [D’Akhenaton à Moïse : l’ancienne Egypte et le changement religieux] (Cairo: The American University in Cairo Press, 2014), l’égyptologue Jan Assmann dit que le concept d’Age Axial du philosophe Karl Jaspers n’est « pas une théorie mais un mythe scientifique » (p. 94).  Read more …

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Charlie Hebdo: All Idiots Now

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Charlie Hebdo staff picture. Victims of the massacre are circled in red.

Charlie Hebdo staff picture. Victims of the massacre are circled in red.

The staff of Charlie Hebdo was and is perhaps the most representative collection of culture-distorters and culture-retards ever assembled at one place. “They” are all there: communists, Grand Orient Freemasons, apostate Jews, each committed to a neo-Jacobin ridicule of everything traditional, every form of morality, any vestige of faith. Read more …

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Koniec globalizácie

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Trh je vo svojej podstate globálnou inštitúciou. Trh je nerasistický, nenacionalistický a nenáboženský. Pokiaľ sa rozhodnutia prijímajú výlučne v monetárnom kontexte, tak na rase, národnosti a náboženstve kupujúcich a predávajúcich jednoducho nezáleží. Často sú úplne neznáme.

Poznám etnickú identitu vlastníkov arménskeho obchodu s kobercami a čínskej reštaurácie na konci ulice. Read more …

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Crítica a la Era Axial por Jan Assmann

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En su nuevo libro, From Akhenaten to Moses: Ancient Egypt and Religious Change (Cairo: The American University in Cairo Press, 2014), el egiptólogo Jan Assmann argumenta que el concepto del filósofo Karl Jaspers de la era axial “no es una teoría sino un mito científico” (p.94).

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