A comment on all-American drive for ”perpetual war for perpetual commerce” (Marek Glogoczowski)

by Jeff Baugh (August 2nd, 1970)
A comment on all-American drive for ”perpetual war for perpetual commerce” (Marek Glogoczowski)

A contribution to “Mut zur Ethik” Congress, 30.08. – 1 09. 2002, Feldkirch (Austria); published in “World Affairs”, vol. 7, no 2, New Delhi 2004; see also www.itk.ntnu.no/ansatte/Andresen_Trond/kk-f/2003/1531.html Introduction During our meeting at Feldkirch we witness a kind of a ”clash” of two opposing worldviews, opposing civilizations. In a broader perspective it is an expression […]

The God of War (Alexander Shelby)

by Jeff Baugh (August 1st, 1970)
The God of War (Alexander Shelby)

“I feel like God wants me to run for President. I can’t explain it, but I sense my country is going to need me. Something is going to happen… I know it won’t be easy on me or my family, but God wants me to do it.” — Bush to Texan evangelist James Robinson “But […]

The Nature and Fall of America (Reinhold Oberlercher)

by Jeff Baugh (August 1st, 1970)
The Nature and Fall of America (Reinhold Oberlercher)

Clarifications, comments, etc., by the translator are enclosed in [square] brackets. America — so Hegel predicted at the beginning of the 19th century — would turn against Europe as soon as its continental land-grabbing came to an end and the open western border found its natural conclusion at the Pacific Ocean. Hegel’s prediction (1) has been fulfilled. Today, Europe […]

American Political Theology (Nikolai von Kreitor)

by Jeff Baugh (August 1st, 1970)
American Political Theology (Nikolai von Kreitor)

“It is an apparent paradox of history how a particular (and particularly powerful ) nationalism constitutes itself not only as prophetic but also universal,  crystallizing itself in numerous acts of aggrandizement or interventionism.” Anders Stephenson*     The prominent German jurist Carl Schmitt has characterized the ideology of American imperialism and expansionism as political theology, at the […]

The American Idealogy (Francis Parker Yockey)

by Jeff Baugh (August 1st, 1970)
The American Idealogy (Francis Parker Yockey)

This organic individualism was formulated in written constitutions and in a literary-political literature. Typical of the spirit of this literature is the Declaration of Independence. As a piece of Realpolitik, this manifesto of 1776 is masterly: it points to the Future, and embodies the Spirit of the Age of Rationalism, which was then ascendant in the Western […]

African Migration and the Transformation of France – Interview with Jean-Paul Gourévitch (Gerda Bikales)

by Jeff Baugh (August 1st, 1970)
African Migration and the Transformation of France – Interview with Jean-Paul Gourévitch (Gerda Bikales)

[Editor’s Note Gerda Bikales interviewed Jean-Paul Gourévitch on the changing conditions of French life due to massive immigration. Gourévitch was born in Paris, to a Russian father and Belgian mother who were naturalized French citizens. His studies were in literature and information sciences; he teaches political communication at Paris XII University. He and his wife […]

“The Widening Gyre”: Book-Review of “La convergence des catastrophes” by Guillaume Corvus (Michael O’Meara)

by Jeff Baugh (August 1st, 1970)
“The Widening Gyre”: Book-Review of “La convergence des catastrophes” by Guillaume Corvus (Michael O’Meara)

La convergence des catastrophes by Guillaume Corvus, Paris: Diffusion International, 2004, 221 Pages   I Nearly three hundred years ago, the early scientistic stirrings of liberal modernity introduced the notion that life is like a clock: measurable, mechanical, and amenable to rationalist manipulation. This modernist notion sought to supplant the traditional one, which for millennia held that […]

Back to the Future: a review of “L’archeofuturisme” by Guillaume Faye (Michael Walker)

by Jeff Baugh (August 1st, 1970)
Back to the Future: a review of “L’archeofuturisme” by Guillaume Faye (Michael Walker)

  Back to the Future L’archeofuturisme, by Guillaume Faye Les Editions de L’Æncre (12 rue de la Sorudière, 75001 Paris France 260 pp 145 NF Italian version Archeofuturismo Barbarossa 2000, selection Sineregie 231 pp. 24,000 lira AFTER AN ABSENCE of thirteen years, Guillaume Faye, the French New Right’s prodigal son, has returned to the fray with a […]

Ethnicity and Ideology (Gavan Tredoux)

by Jeff Baugh (August 1st, 1970)
Ethnicity and Ideology (Gavan Tredoux)

1. Introduction This is an exploration of ethnicity and its ideological disfigurement by liberalism; it forms part of a larger study of political ideologies and their relationship to ethnicity. More ambitiously, this is an attempt to reconstruct modern political philosophy. 2. Definitions Certain words are used in special senses in the discussion that follows. An […]

Book Review of “On Being a Pagan” by Alain de Benoist (Steve Mcnallan)

by Jeff Baugh (August 1st, 1970)
Book Review of “On Being a Pagan” by Alain de Benoist (Steve Mcnallan)

I have stated from time to time – most notably in my article in  Tyr, Volume 2 – that we who follow the Germanic Way need to be philosophically savvy. We must be able to debate our intellectual opponents, whether they are the local minister or a trained Jesuit.  Perhaps most importantly, we need the well-rounded training […]