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Contra Faustian Man

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fri_wand“The history of mankind as a whole is tragic. But the sacrilege and the catastrophe of the Faustian are greater than all others, greater than anything Æschylus or Shakespeare ever imagined. The creature is rising up against its creator. As once the microcosm Man against Nature, so now the microcosm Machine is revolting against Nordic Man. The lord of the World is becoming the slave of the Machine, which is forcing him — forcing us all, whether we are aware of it or not — to follow its course. The victor, crashed, is dragged to death by the team.” — Oswald Spengler, Man and Technics  Read more …

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Things

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vanheemlobsterThey were true idealists, from New England. But that is some time ago: before the War. Several years before the War they met and married; he a tall, keen-eyed young man from Connecticut, she a smallish, demure, Puritan-looking young woman from Massachusetts. Read more …

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Waking Up From the American Dream 
The Fatherland vs. the Republic

John Singleton Copley, "The Copley Family," 1776

John Singleton Copley, “The Copley Family,” 1776

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The French author Jean Raspail noted that his French Fatherland was betrayed by those who confused Republican values with the nation itself. In America, the process is far worse, because the nation was a flawed ideological experiment from the beginning. Read more …

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Waking Up From the American Dream 
Freedom vs. Identity

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Turn on the television. Read a mainstream media website. Try and listen to a politician give a speech. This accumulated filth, this celebration of mediocrity, this Third World carnival of grotesqueries is America. Read more …

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Waking Up From the American Dream 
Was America’s Decline Inevitable?

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Jon McNaughton, "The Empowered Man"

Jon McNaughton, “The Empowered Man”

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The present climate is the culmination of centuries of egalitarian momentum. This is not a particularly unique observation. With the rise of the Dark Enlightenment, the American Revolution has come under critical purview from the authentic North American New Right.

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Waking Up From the American Dream 
The Culture, the Creed, & the Dream

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Jon McNaughton, "One Nation Under Socialism," detail

Jon McNaughton, “One Nation Under Socialism,” detail

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One of the more tragic figures of the recent past was Samuel Huntington, perhaps the most significant political scientist this country produced in the last century. Anyone who has gone to graduate school will study his books in several courses simultaneously, on subjects as diverse as democratization in Latin America to civil-military relations.  Read more …

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Waking Up From the American Dream 
The American Dream vs. the American Nation

Jon McNaughton, "Mending the Nation"

Jon McNaughton, “Mending the Nation”

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The dénouement came with the election of Barack Hussein Obama. It changed nothing in the structure of real power. The same people controlled the American regime both before and after Election Day 2008.  Read more …

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The Clan vs. Modern, State-Dependent “Individualism”

Thomas Hart Benton, "Independence and the Opening of the West," 1961

Thomas Hart Benton, “Independence and the Opening of the West,” 1961

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Writing for Cato Unbound, Mark Weiner, author of The Rule of the Clan, recently made several correct observations about the problem of reconciling statelessness or “small government” with American conceptions of individual liberty.  Read more …

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“I aim to misbehave.” 
Joss Whedon’s Serenity

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Joss Whedon’s 2005 film Serenity is the sequel to his short-lived 2002 science fiction series Firefly. Even though only 14 episodes of Firefly were shot, and their quality is somewhat uneven, it is one of the best science-fiction series ever and showed enormous promise. Whedon, who also created Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, and Dollhouse, is one of tvland’s most versatile and compelling storytellers, effortlessly combining comedy, satire, and farce with extremely moving drama.  Read more …

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A Glimpse of the Post-American Future:
The National Policy Institute Conference of 2013

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When I think of my favorite cities in the United States, Washington, DC is not high on the list. I’ve had to go there, for various reasons, several times over the years, but, except for the time I came as a tourist, it’s never been a place I would imagine spending any more time in than absolutely necessary.

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