Tag Archives: Democracy

RAISE Your Voice, America.

On a wave of America First Nationalism, and on the promise of REAL Immigration Reform, A businessman and TV Host swept his way into the White House. This Historical Event will echo through the ages, but what will the Legacy be? If we do nothing, the answer may be rather bleak. Now is the time to support President Trump’s fight, ...

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The Case For National Capitalism Part 1: The Inorganic Nature Of Fascism

In this multi-part essay series I will demonstrate the superiority of Irregularian National Capitalism to similar competing radical right wing systems of social and political organization. It is my position that the systems of hypothesized Anarcho-Capitalism, historical National Socialism and prototypical Fascism embody within their frameworks strategic and systemic flaws that cannot be overcame in order form an adequate and ...

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Neoreactionaries Are Off Their Heads About Trump

In a November 11 article at Social Matter, Michael Perilloux analyzed the election of Donald Trump with respect to its meaning for the neoreactionary movement, speaking in the voice of all neoreactionaries. In this much, he is mostly correct. But there is much to be criticized about the goals discussed therein, as well as the means of reaching them. Let ...

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Fascism And Natural Order: A Brief Prototypical Critique

The argument that fascism preserves “natural order” is not persuasive. When examined in the proper historical context, one must conclude that the system is inorganic, resulting at the very least from inescapable circumstance. Reactionaries are made when there is little left to conserve. With all other options exhausted, counter revolutionary radicalism may be the only choice for attempting to salvage some modicum of civilized society. Fascism can facilitate this ...

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The #ReadAFuckingBook Challenge

Last night I laid out a challenge: READ A FUCKING BOOK YOU HEATHENS!!!!! The Challenge was in response to abysmal literacy rates, across racial groups, in the United States and other first world countries. The challenge is simple: Read a book every month for the next year (or at the very least, attempt to). I don’t care what the book ...

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