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RidingTheTiger Remembers Julius Evola

On this day in 1898, Giulio Cesare Andrea Evola, known to English-speaking readers as Julius Evola, was born in Rome.  Seeing that the name of this website is taken from Evola’s book Cavalcare la Tigre, it is only fitting to pay tribute today to the profound thinker who has been a profound influences on both this website […]

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Iranians Observe the 35th Anniversary of the 1979 Revolution

Thirty-five years today, the people of Iran emerged victorious against the American-backed Pahlavi dynasty, later establishing the Islamic Republic of Iran by popular referendum in April of 1979. People all over Iran have turned out by the millions to celebrate Iran’s sovereign and independent path, and celebrate the re-birth and history of this nation which […]

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William van Nostrand’s interview with Robert Stark

On October 11th, 2012, Robert Stark, host of The Stark Truth on Counter-Currents Radio interviewed Chairman William van Nostrand on a number of topics. The interview can be heard by pressing the “play” button in the Flash plugin below. Alternatively, you can hear the interview by visiting the Counter-Currents Website, by clicking here. Topics discussed in […]

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RidingTheTiger.org Remembers Julius Evola

Julius Evola, was born on this day in 1898 in Rome.  The descendant of a noble Sicilian family, he was named Giulio Cesare Andrea Evola, and fought in World War I as an artillery officer on the Asiago plateau.  In his early career, he was an artist, and briefly was a member of the futurist […]

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RidingTheTiger.org Discussion forum

At the request of some of our readers, RidingTheTiger.org has opened a discussion forum. The discussion forum will serve as an area to discuss politics, current events, religion, philosophy, and science from a Traditionalist and Third Position perspective.  Registration is free, and forum members will be able to post as soon as they are approved […]

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We Must Hold Bayonets More Firmly

If we make it we can all sit back and laugh. But I fear tomorrow I’ll be crying… …Yes I fear tomorrow I’ll be crying. Note: The following is the transcript of a lecture given at National Taiwan University in Taipei, Taiwan.  The lecture was delivered in English, with an optional Mandarin Chinese translation provided […]

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Commemoration of Corneliu Zelea Codreanu

“Capitanul” Corneliu Zelea Codreanu, born on this day in 1899.  Codreanu was a charismatic Romanian anti-Bolshevist politician, and the founder of the Legion of the St. Michael the Archangel (Legiunea Arhanghelului Mihail), later known as the Iron Guard.  As an organization which was rooted in the notion of achieving national development, the Iron Guard embraced […]

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Decision Reached on Harmful Politicized Cults Around the World

From August 27 to 29, the Center for Inter-religious, Traditionalist, and Ecumenical Studies (CITES), in conjunction with RidingTheTiger.org, convened a conference to discuss the effects of sectarianism and political cults around the world.  Together, they issued a joint statement in which they condemned the sectarian motives of people exploiting religious principles to incite political instability. High […]

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