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Tolerance as hypocrisy and as superstition

Modernists and liberals often deride conservatives for their beliefs in what the liberals often consider to be superstitious fallacies.  After all, to the modernists, if human history is the unbridled march of progress from barbarism to what they call “civilization,” the Far West now represents the summit of that said “civilization,” the past and its mystic […]

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Some Thoughts on the Aurora Massacre

 It’s a story we’ve all heard before; some man armed to the teeth walks into a public place and starts shooting everyone and everything in sight. The recent events in Aurora Colorado have gone from being rare, shocking occurrences to being near commonplace, with new massacres happening nearly every year, sometimes multiple times. While the […]

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Against Esperanto, or Kontraŭ Esperanto

Many, many years ago, had the unique experience of learning the “international” language of Esperanto.  My school district, being located in a progressive pocket of suburban America, had somehow caught wind of this minor fad, and made the efforts to teach it to us.  In those fledgling days of the Internet, our teachers said, a universal language […]

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The Two Types of Anti-Modernism

In the months leading up to the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, there were a number of protests in which the status of Tibet was a central issue.  Around that time, the American anti-war libertarian activist, Brendan O’Neil, in an article at Spiked-Online.com, criticized such protests saying that, “Western pro-Tibet campaigning is driven less by a passion […]

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The importance of learning martial arts

In today’s uncertain world, the necessity of physical self-defense cannot be denied.  Modern cities are by no means safe places, and crime is on the rise every day.  As anybody who’s lived in a dangerous urban environment can attest to, you can’t always wait for the police to come and defend you in an emergency. […]

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Cultural Hygiene

In the previous essay, we condemned the excess of cultural capitalism as being false antithesis to cultural Marxism – while the economic systems they support are inherently different, the results are essentially identical.  We also stated that, at least in the case of America, cultural capitalism is hardly a new concept, but rather, one which […]

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“Cultural Capitalism” is yet another road towards decadence and despair

Many academics and theorists are already familiar with the term “cultural Marxism”.  This term refers to the application of Marxist dialectal theory to cultural affairs, particularly in the realm of family composition, gender, race, and cultural identity within Western society.  Those who are impartial can also say that the cultural Marxists helped spark the counterculture social movements of […]

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Between Technology and Traditionalism

It is a well-known fact that a number of the problems of modernity are in part due to industrialization. These problems extend far beyond the reach of “first world” countries, and affect the planet at large, and have inflicted severe damage on the environment. In the places where technology gave rise to the reign of […]

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American University Attacks Religious Freedom

An American university recently enacted a policy which, in practice, would force religious organizations operating on their campus to accept leaders who are not of their faith.  Of course, the policy was not worded in such a fashion.  As with all agenda-driven regulations, the policy was hidden behind a veneer of openness and tolerance: “any […]

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Seeking Truth and Rejecting Seductive Lies

Deus Vult! It is significant to mention that even though we may be by admission considered to be “reactionary”, it is also important not to be aligned with many movements and individuals which label themselves as such.  While many movements claim that they represent conservatism or even “paleoconservatism,” their actions and actual creed can speak […]

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