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The Eternal Anglo:
Tocqueville’s Prophetic History of the United States, Part 2

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Alexis de Tocqueville

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The American Nightmare: A Stifling Middlebrow Dictatorship of Political Correctness

The talents of Anglo-Americans and the material wealth of North America predestined that nation for great power. But power is nothing, or worse, without wisdom. This raises the question: What is the character of the American? Read more …

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Lessons from Reality TV:
PBS’s Colonial House & Texas Ranch House

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Reality TV, it’s the lowest of the low, right? Not really. Reality TV has been a powerful genre precisely because it allows one to watch a person ripped from modern day life into an entirely different world. Reality TV is a perfect venue to see how a person reacts to a severe social change and project oneself into that situation.  Read more …

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Government, Power, & Social Credit

Frans Francken II, The Miser Haunted by Death Playing Violin

Frans Francken II (1581–1642), The Miser Haunted by Death Playing Violin

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Usura slayeth the child in the womb
Usura stayeth the young man’s courting
It hath brought the young bride and her bridegroom
CONTRA NATURAM
They have brought whores for Eleusis
Corpses are set to banquet
at behest of usura. — Ezra Pound

Clifford Hugh Douglas of Social Credit fame tried to reform a system that was born in 1694 with the creation of the Bank of England. Read more …

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“PC is for Squares, Man”
Alan Watts & the Game of Trump

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“Why . . . so . . . serious?” — The Joker[1]

“It’s all a joke.” — The Comedian[2]

“All humane people should admit that they are jokers; that they are playing games and playing tricks. That I am doing it on you—I am most ready to admit this. I hoaxed you all into coming here to tell you . . . what?” [laughs loudly, crowd laughs] — Alan Watts[3]  Read more …

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Thoughts on the European New Right, Part 4

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Stag at Sharkeys by George Bellows

George Bellows, Stag at Sharkey’s, 1909

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The Battle to the Death for Pure Honor

Tomislav Sunic writes:

In the eyes of the New Right, unlike continental Europeans, Anglo-Saxon peoples fail to perceive the importance of organic community Read more …

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The Roots of German Self-Immolation

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Why go to Calcutta, when you can bring Calcutta home?

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Great historical changes are often sparked by trivial events, but have deeper causes going back for generations or even centuries. The immediate trigger of the horrifying events currently unfolding in Germany is said to have been a “tweet” casually sent out August 25 by the Office for Refugees and Migrants of the German city of Nuremberg. The “tweet” merely stated that Germany was no longer applying the accepted EU rule that applications for asylum must be made from the first EU country a person enters. Read more …

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Hermann Keyserling’s America

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A half-forgotten German philosopher’s profound analysis of the United States

When the German philosopher Count Hermann Keyserling, the centennial of whose birth was celebrated last year by a very small but dedicated band of followers, made a four-month lecture tour of the United States in 1928, it was his second visit to the country. Read more …

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Thoughts on the Debate on Christianity

Hans Memling, "Angel Musicians," 1480s

Hans Memling, “Angel Musicians,” 1480s

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Recently, the text of a debate between Greg Johnson and Jonas De Geer appeared in these pages. Here following is my commentary on the thoughts expressed by both of the parties in the debate.

I find myself agreeing with points made by both men, Read more …

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The Loved One

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The Loved One (1965) is my all-time favorite comedy. Based on a 1948 novel of the same name by Evelyn Waugh, The Loved One stands alongside Flannery O’Connor’s Wise Blood (the book and the movie) as a savagely on-target, dark comic satire on American Protestant civilization.

Both Waugh and O’Connor, of course, were Catholic. Read more …

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The Bourgeoisie, Protestantism, & The Protocols:
The Anti-Democratic Thought of Erik, Ritter von Kuehnelt-Leddihn & Barone Giulio Cesare Evola

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Two books published in the early 1950s by two European aristocrats merit careful study by every contemporary European conservative since they express the authentic reactions of authentic noblemen to the revolutionary changes that Europe has for long suffered under the yoke of democracy and totalitarianism. These are Erik, Ritter von Kuehnelt-Leddihn’s Liberty or Equality: The Challenge of Our Time (1952) and Barone Giulio Cesare Evola’s Gli Uomini e le rovine (Men Among the Ruins) (1953).  Read more …

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