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Mr. Obama of Amerikwa and Dr. Ahmadinejad of Iran

Mr. Obama of Amerikwa and Dr. Ahmadinejad of Iran

20 August 2011

As the 2012 elections approach, the candidates of both American political parties are lining up to see who can best appease their masters.  A big issue, especially for certain lobbyist groups such as AIPAC, is how the next President of the United States will deal with Iran.  The major candidates, with the notable exception of Ron Paul, have already endorsed the position that military conflict with Iran may be necessary.  The Obama regime has not hidden its hostility towards Iran, by imposing sanctions in an effort to further cripple Iran’s economy, or by supporting anti-Iranian terror brigades. So as Barack Obama attempts to run for a second term, it is only fair to compare to his Iranian counterpart, Dr. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Ahmadinejad or Obama: Who represents the interests of his people better? In 2010, the Indian press reported that Obama [...]

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Postmodernism and the “New Left”

Postmodernism and the “New Left”

19 August 2011

This article benefitted from the contributions of Lin Yu-han. To liberals, almost everything everything is a social construct. Such people assume that things smply revolve around the given social environment rather than their inherent natures.  This allows for the liberal pseudo-intellectuals to engage in social engineering. After all, if these things are simply social constructs created by human beings than all you have to do is change the social construct and then you will have a new environment. This is the type of ‘logic’ that liberals use on a daily basis and it is naturally irrational. The history of this ‘logic’ was first utilized in the 70’s when the cultural left infiltrated Western academia. Antonio Gramsci, an Italian Marxist, was the first to propose that the Left should focus on social, rather than economic, change. This is why, since [...]

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Recommended Reading and Listening

17 August 2011

A while ago, Ray Wilson and J. Aage Ulriksen wrote about Breivik being a decoy Nationalist.  The Southern Nationalist Network has also published an article on a similar topic: ‘Counter-Jihad’ fake nationalism.  It is worth a read; his perspective is unique and he explains it eloquently. Other Recommended Reading: American girls suck! - by Charlie Bushmeister of inmalafide.com Civilization types – by Brett Stevens of amerika.org Recommended Listening: Twenty six Variations on La Folia de Spagna, by Antonio Salieri

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Men and Women, Then and Now

Men and Women, Then and Now

16 August 2011

From a biological perspective, there are innate characteristics that differentiate men and women.  Such characteristics are in themselves realities of physical form, and assign to each of them a different role or function in life. This means that men cannot replace women in carrying out these functions, nor can women replace men in other functions. In the context of high antiquity and the Traditional world, and far removed from any biological determinism, the masculine and feminine are viewed as complementary yet distinct.  Guenon notes that to the Aryans, the puruṣa (पुरुष) is the masculine entity of the impassible spirity, while prakṛti (प्रकृति) is feminine in nature.  This concept re-appears in the Chinese tradition of yin and yang and the system of trigrams and hexagrams which comprise the I-Ching.  The hexagram which is purely yang, the male principle is composed of [...]

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Modern Stoicism

Modern Stoicism

11 August 2011

By the Will of The Destroyer and The Creator It is becoming unquestionable as a result of common knowledge bolstered by media that our societies have entered a decline.  We are looking at an uncertain period of transition in which—for Americans—we will remain relevant, but no longer the sole dominating force in world affairs.  Like Rome and Greece we find ourselves overburdened with our Pax Americana which followed after Pax Hellenica and Pax Romana.  The differences are there in that we do not annex other countries outright, but instead impose political restrictions, and through our popular culture then mold their own cultures and conception of us.  Even in the so-called anti-American nations, American products, “freedoms,” and way of life are held in high-esteem through an emulation of sorts even if America’s presence and policies are hated.  Nevertheless, what is [...]

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The Rise of the Secular Theocracy

The Rise of the Secular Theocracy

11 August 2011

Webster defines “theocracy” as the government of a state by immediate divine guidance or by officials who are regarded as divinely guided.  Throughout high antiquity, theocracy, in one of many forms, was the standard, rather than the exception.  The rulers of Rome were the embodiment of a regal spirituality; in Tibet under the Lamas, political power became concentrated in the priestly class, who functioned as much as religious leaders, as they did as political ones. Evola, in Revolt Against the Modern World idealizes the “Olympian ruler” or Chakravartin, as the wielder of power and one who is divinely inspired. In modern times, the church is either removed from any visible participation in the State, or it is governed and restricted by the State.  In other words, a sign of modernity is the overwhelming restriction being placed upon faith, in [...]

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The Need for Times of Contemplation

The Need for Times of Contemplation

31 July 2011

In the Name of The Master of Judgment   For those of us fortunate to live in the first world, if we have been blessed enough to have been born in a station where we do not have to struggle greatly simply for survival, it is a time in which much we could desire is at our reach.  Food, drink, entertainment, and music, all of these are easily and can be rather inexpensive.  Other pleasures both legal and illicit add more depth to the understanding of this world.  In these times, we find ourselves bombarded everywhere we go.  We are saturated and chained to the point of having no privacy whatsoever … shattering our intimacy and private moments needed by our family, and wanted by our Lover.  The senses bombarded constantly, especially for those in big metropolises; it takes [...]

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Faux-conservatism is an infantile disorder

Faux-conservatism is an infantile disorder

30 July 2011

Americans who are familiar with the two-party system labor erroneously under the delusion that the Democratic party represents “liberalism,” and the Republican party represents “conservatism.”  From within the ranks of each party, its respective members both claim that the other is inherently flawed in their ideology or policy.  This is where the divergence ends, however: both sides claim to be the heirs of the philosophy of the American founders, which in turn was influenced by the philosophy and culture of high antiquity, especially Greek liberalism.  In this sense, both American parties are two sides of the same coin, and the same thinking might be applied to various European parties as well. They certainly cannot be considered to be traditional or classical conservatives in the same tradition of Burke, for in fact, their ideology is totally opposed to it.  Nor can [...]

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The Necessity of Authentic Spirituality

The Necessity of Authentic Spirituality

29 July 2011

Bound to the Will of The Most Gracious             It is not odd to feel alienated today.  In fact, the rates of alienation are increasing.  We are separated more than ever from our surroundings, from the people in our lives, from our work, and in some cases are barred from truly experiencing emotions: we have become detached and not in the way fostered by ascetic religious pathways.  For some of these people—those not mentally ill, or who simply manage to find satisfaction in this way of life—this is not an issue because they are content with their lot.  It is not a stretch of truth to say that there is a supernatural mirror to this physical reality: many of us have become distant from spirituality.  This means a true spirituality—an experience with God in proper form—rather than a shallow [...]

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Anders Behring Breivik, a decoy nationalist?

Anders Behring Breivik, a decoy nationalist?

24 July 2011

There is a disturbing amount of silence regarding a portion of Oslo bomber Anders Behring Breivik’s ideology.  Although people have rushed to call him a “far-right reactionary,” it seems that the media does not want to tell us the whole truth.  This can hardly be surprising, given that the mainstream media can only conceive two plausible enemies for any given event: either the perpetrators are Jihadists of an Islamic persuasion, or else they must be right-wing extremists.  In this case, Breivik’s action will be used by politicians in an attempt to silence those who are critics of Third World immigration into Europe, in much a similar way that the attacks of September 11th were used to invite harsher criticism of Islam.  Breivik’s original Facebook profile which was seemingly changed, had originally no indication that he was a conservative or a [...]

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