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The Original Optics Cucks, Part 3:
Narcissism & Honor

Rousseau’s Émile

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Part 3 of 3 (Part 2 here)

This conversation took place in the spring of 2015. We would like to thank KC for making this transcript. 

Greg Johnson: When people talk about vanity, another term that they’ll use is narcissism. “So and so is very narcissistic.” Again, I think that there’s a certain sense of narcissism in which it’s not a bad thing. The myth of Narcissus is that he’s captivated by his own reflection in the water, and he basically exists as a prisoner of his own image, reflected in something external. Read more …

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Reassessing Otto Dix

Otto Dix, Self-Portrait with My Son

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Otto Dix was a German artist who is now celebrated as one of the great painters of the twentieth century, probably in no small part because he was put on the National Socialists’ list of degenerate artists, as, to the unthinking postmodern Left, anything the National Socialists hated is automatically considered good. Equally though, the postmodern cultureless cartoon Nazis of today’s corrupted Right consider him a degenerate artist also simply because his artworks were deemed Entartete Kunst by the NSDAP. Read more …

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Cultural Communism & the Inegalitarian Basis of All Genuine Art

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Edited by Alex Kurtagić 

Editor’s Note: 

The Following is an excerpt from Blood, written between April and May 1992. It is part of a much longer discussion about art, where Bowden explores one of his favorite themes: the art of the radical Left versus the art of the radical Right. Read more …

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Stewart Home & Cultural Communism

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In a recent article on this site entitled “Violence and ‘Soft Commerce’” Dominique Venner spoke about leftist radicals being absorbed by the system which they affect to detest. He was referring in particular to the collected manuscripts of Guy Debord, the left-wing revolutionary and situationist, whose pabulum was recently saved for the national library by Chirac’s minister of culture.

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