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On Autarky

In traditional society, it is the principle of autarky, or self sufficiency, which guides economic development. That is to say, political and cultural development guides economics. Generally speaking, states raised money as needed to conduct specific campaigns, public works, and general maintenance of roads and public buildings. The idea of centering political and cultural developments […]

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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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“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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