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Merry Christmas and Happy Jul!

Christmas takes the traditional role of the mid-winter festival in Western Europe, where we celebrate the past year and the birth of hope for the next. It is a time to love family, respect the past and adore the future. This holiday appears in several forms, including Yule and Christmas, but serves an important role…

Interview with Brett Stevens on Fanghorn Forest

Neoreactionary blog Fanghorn Forest published an interview with Brett Stevens today on the topics of conservatism, global collapse of civilization, and the necessity for clarity in philosophy as a pre-requisite to political thought. An Interview with Brett Stevens of Amerika

Growing pains

You may have noticed that the site has lagged or been down lately. There are several reasons for this, but the most interesting is that we are growing. Our basic web stats for the past two weeks show: Successful requests for pages: 398,014 Average successful requests for pages per day: 30,580 Average data transferred per…

Writings on Nihilism by Vijay Prozak

Oncology (Jan 31st, 2010) Equality as a tool of the salesperson (Jul 15th, 2009) The First Lecture (Jul 2nd, 2009) 1789 (May 29, 2009) Blame (May 22nd, 2009) The Meme of Modernity (Feb 22nd, 2009) Crux (Feb 3rd, 2009) Fear (Feb 7th, 2009) If you don’t have your head up your ass (Feb 1, 2009)…

“Gaza Everywhere” by Brett Stevens on American Renaissance

I am fortunate to be again published on the excellent American Renaissance. Thank you to Jared Taylor and his team of able and considerate editors. If you have a moment, read “Gaza Everywhere” on American Renaissance.

“Civil Rights Fatigue” on Alternative Right

I am fortunate to be able to announce that a piece of mine, “Civil Rights Fatigue” has been accepted at anti-modernist blog Alternative Right. While the right-wing underground divides itself on many issues, it agrees on more than it does not: mass democracy fails, ecocide is real, nationalism keeps a nation happy, and we do…

“Subvert the Dominant Paradigm” on Aristokratia

The ancient gods live with us today. We rank them above all else but the source of reality itself. Right below them, just by a hair, sit those who benefit us all by publishing interesting, varied and insightful information. Among those are Editors including Gwendolyn Taunton who publishes Aristokratia webzine and book series. I have…

“Brave New Dead World” on American Renaissance

I am fortunate to be able to announce that one of my recent writings, “Brave New Dead World,” has been published on American Renaissance, a rightfully well-regarded site on the American Right. This article concerns the nature of identitarian belief and its power in an age of liberalism causing dissolution of the American nation-state. “Brave…

All men’s rights and family topics moved here

Several years ago, I blogged over on a men’s rights site belonging to this same network. Men’s rights activism splits into two groups, one who wants egalitarianism for men by law, and another who wants complementary gender roles. Naturally I stood with the second group. You can find all of those posts here. Further, in…

Updated “about” page

I updated the About page. I am trying new ways to introduce this site to people who don’t have a background in New Right, Traditionalist, Neoreaction, Dark Enlightenment, Third Position, Paleoconservative, etc. positions.

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