Liberalism, capitalism and socialism are all based on a view of man where identity is seen as uninteresting or harmful, thus reducing man into a mere economic individual. The “right” and “left” of today are in a symbiotic relationship, sacrificing the European folk and its traditions for mass immigration, GDP and hamburgers.
A Review of Alexander Reid-Ross’ “Against the Fascist Creep” by Keith Preston Academic Gloss for the Antifa For decades, a minor cottage industry of professional “anti-racists” and “anti-fascists” has existed for the purpose of perpetually sounding the alarm about the imminent threat posed by supposed “far right extremists.” The most well-known and influential of these […]
Are the Protestants and Catholics the true cucks?(besides new age atheist shitlibs and muzzies, of course)
It is time to decide for ourselves what we believe in, what we stand for and what we are prepared to fight for.
The 21st century is not for sissies, and unless we equip ourselves with the best knowledge available, we will be swept along on a tide of deceit and into our own slavery through complacency and ostrich syndrome.
Our biggest challenge to my mind, is to understand how everything has two opposing philosophies that become so intertwined that we cannot discern the difference, and when we do…
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I’ve been meaning to link to this great post at Status 451, which is a review of the Bryan Burrough book “Days of Rage” and a look at the late 60s/early 70s political upheaval and violence in America. The categorical differences in Left/Right revolutionary fervor are also examined, with a special consideration for the now largely […]
That was an easy one.
Let’s play a game. It’s called ‘Name the Country.’ Here goes:
This country has deep ties to U.S. President-elect Donald J. Trump. Trump has traveled to this country in the past and frequently praised this country’s long-time leader. This country is very far away from the United States of America. So far, in fact, you wouldn’t really expect it to influence or figure much into American politics, but it does — a lot. So much so that some even say the U.S. government […]
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