When I Discovered Lawrence Auster: Why Being A Black Conservative Will Never Be Enough For The Right

“There are days when you wonder what your role is in this country and what your future is in it.” JAMES BALDWIN, I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO COMMENTARY Regarding “Hello, Privilege, I’m Chelsea” by Chelsea Handler on Netflix, statistically White Americans increasingly believe blacks and those who talk about race are the real racists. Judging Continue reading When I Discovered Lawrence Auster: Why Being A Black Conservative Will Never Be Enough For The Right

“Negrified America” | Julius Evola’s view of Blacks

COMMENTARY This article can be studied with other related ones contrasting Rene Guenon and Julius Evola, Fascism and National Socialism from that of the Theosophists of the Nineteenth-Century. Julius Evola on Occultism and Theosophy, tells us, that he had outgrown Theosophical and Anthroposophical speculations in Julius Evola on ‘Modern Occultism’ and Theosophists. Hence, he adopted Continue reading “Negrified America” | Julius Evola’s view of Blacks

I once defined myself as a Black Conservative. Why I consider it a mistake today

MY VIEW OF AMERICAN CONSERVATISM NOW, INCLUDING EXPERIENCES WITH REPUBLICAN PARTY AND TRUMP ERA VOTERS I once defined myself as a ‘Conservative,’ because I was finding the closest description to my views as it was then. So, I do not define myself in this sense anymore. However, mostly, it has to do with Trumpism, after Continue reading I once defined myself as a Black Conservative. Why I consider it a mistake today