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Becoming Who We Are:
Leftist Eurocentrism & the Destiny of the West

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Jean Delville’s classic allegory of Masonic universalism

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Editor’s Note:

The following essay is the final section of Collin Cleary’s review of Ricardo Duchesne’s The Uniqueness of Western Civilization, revised to stand alone. It contains a number of extremely important observations which deserve to be spotlighted, rather than tucked away at the end of an epic-length book review.

Even within the most modern of Western men – yes, even within our politically correct academics – we still see some glimmer of the old, Indo-European thumotic nature. Read more …

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Racialism as Anti-Universalism

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William Blake Richmond, “Electra at the Tomb of Agamemnon,” 1874

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Excerpt from part one of Synthesis of a Doctrine of Race (1941). Translator anonymous.

Racialism presents itself as greater than nationalism, because to feel of the same race, even when this expression is meant to be more of a myth than a reality, is greater than to feel as being of the same nation. As a political myth, race is the living nation, which is not enclosed in abstract, judicial or territorial limits, Read more …

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Whitman

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Chapter 12 of Studies in Classic American Literature

POST-MORTEM effects?

But what of Walt Whitman?

The ‘good grey poet’.

Was he a ghost, with all his physicality?

The good grey poet.  Read more …

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Neutrality According to International Law & National Totality

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Translated by Simona Draghici

Editor’s Note:

The following translation of a 1938 essay from Carl Schmitt appears online for the first time in commemoration of Schmitt’s birth on July 11, 1888. Read more …

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The Uniqueness of Western Civilization, Part 3
Hegel & the Struggle for Recognition

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G. W. F. Hegel, 1770-1831

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Part 3 of 5

Ricardo Duchesne
The Uniqueness of Western Civilization
Leiden: Brill, 2011

7. Hegel and the Struggle for Recognition

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Ethnic Hegemonies in American History, Part 3

Norman Rockwell, "The Problem We All Live With," 1963

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Part 3 of 3

The Rising Tide of Color

The Civil Rights Movement opened doors for some African-Americans, especially those with some European ancestry. Read more …

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Ethnic Hegemonies in American History, Part 1

Grant Wood, "Parson Weems' Fable," 1939

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Part 1 of 3

Political Philosophy and Human Genetic Diversity

Western political philosophy tends toward moral and political universalism: the idea that norms are valid for all human beings. Read more …

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The Self-Exterminating Jew:
Gilad Atzmon’s The Wandering Who?

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Gilad Atzmon
The Wandering Who? A Study of Jewish Identity Politics
Washington, D.C.: Zer0 Books, 2011

Gilad Atzmon (born 1963), is an author I have followed for years without even trying, thanks to the efforts of helpful anti-Semitic spammers who make sure that I receive at least five links to every new Atzmon piece. Read more …

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Why We Fight
People

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Guillaume Faye
Why We Fight: Manifesto of the European Resistance
Translated by Michael O’Meara
Arktos Media, 2011

People

An ethnic ensemble — biological, historical, cultural — with a territory, its fatherland, in which it is rooted. Read more …

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Reflections on Carl Schmitt’s The Concept of the Political

Carl Schmitt, 1888–1985

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“Why can’t we all get along?”–Rodney King

Carl Schmitt’s short book The Concept of the Political (1932) is one of the most important works of 20th century political philosophy.

The aim of The Concept of the Political is the defense of politics from utopian aspirations to abolish politics. Anti-political utopianism includes all forms of liberalism as well as international socialism, global capitalism, anarchism, and pacifism: in short, all social philosophies that aim at a universal order in which conflict is abolished.

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