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Spain & the Failure of Reaction

King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain

King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain

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Felipe VI reigns in Spain – but the only question is what will go first, the Spanish monarchy or Spain itself?

Felipe VI succeeded his father, King Juan Carlos I, who, as the English language media gleefully pointed out, was the successor of “dictator” Francisco Franco. Read more …

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Spiritual Authority & Temporal Power

Jacques-Louis David, “The Coronation of Napoleon,” 1907, detail

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Translated by Jon Graham

Three authors considered as outstanding representatives of “traditionalist thought” turned their attention to the same doctrinal question. Read more …

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Anmerkungen zu Populismus, Elitismus und Demokratie

Demosthenes

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English original here

Ist die Demokratie aus der Sicht rassebewußter Weißer ein gutes System?

1) Wenn sowohl die Vereinigten Staaten als auch Nordkorea sich als Demokratien beschreiben, kann man mit Sicherheit schlußfolgern, daß „Demokratie“ nahezu alles und nahezu nichts bedeutet. Read more …

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Notes on Populism, Elitism, & Democracy

Demosthenes

2,974 words

German translation here

Is democracy a good system from the perspective of racially-conscious whites?

(1) When both the United States and North Korea describe themselves as democracies, it is safe to conclude that “democracy” means close to everything and next to nothing. Read more …

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“The Leader of the Tribe”
Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee

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In 1977, the year of the Queen’s Silver Jubilee celebrations, Derek Jarman’s film Jubilee seemed to epitomize the seismic shift that punk had caused to the cultural landscape. Violent, nihilistic, and filthy, Jubilee raised the aesthetic potential of punk to a higher artistic form.

In the film, Elizabeth I is transported to the England of the late 1970s by the angel Aerial who is evoked by her astrologer-magician John Dee. Read more …

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The King’s Speech is C-C-C-Crap

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I suppose I’m just about the last person to see this film, which won Oscars in all major categories (Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Original Screenplay). This is odd considering my fascination with the British Monarchy (see my essay “In Defense of Royalty”). However, film audiences today annoy me so much I usually wait for things to come out on DVD. So it was with great anticipation that I awaited the arrival of The King’s Speech from Netflix. And I do love a good film about the British Royal Family. I thoroughly enjoyed 2006’s The Queen with Helen Mirren. Read more …

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In Defense of Royalty

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In recent months, when I would think ruefully of the peculiar life I lead, I took some solace in the thought that soon my invitation to Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding would arrive.

Alas it did not, and I am writing these words hours after the nuptials ended – apparently without a hitch (if we don’t count the fashion disaster that was Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie of York). Read more …

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Juan Donoso Cortés

Juan Donoso Cortés, marqués de Valdegamas, 1809–1853

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Translated by Greg Johnson

Along with Count Joseph de Maistre and Viscount Louis de Bonald, Juan Donoso Cortés, the Marquis of Valdegamas, is part of the triad of the great counter-revolutionary thinkers of the 19th century whose message is still relevant today. In Italy, those aspects of Donoso Cortés’ teachings that are most important in our eyes are hardly known.

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