Everyone now sees fascists

An excerpt from Brendan O’Neill’s essay, Bolsonaro is not a fascist, on the danger of branding everyone a fascist; something rather than genuinely foreboding, becoming a sign of intellectual laziness. Mussolini’s Prediction of the future in the Last Days of his “Italian Social Republic” (1945) “The present war will produce an alteration in order of Continue reading Everyone now sees fascists

Classicists on the Alt-Right appropriating the Classics—Thoughts on the Classics and Modern Theosophy

THOUGHTS ON THE CLASSICS, ALT-RIGHT AND MODERN THEOSOPHY In the mid-point to the last quarter of 2018, many articles were written across platforms and the internet on how the Alt-Right and Conservatives were appropriating “the Greek and Latin Classics” to lend credibility to vicious and vindictive white supremacist and Identitarian ideology. I must state clearly, Continue reading Classicists on the Alt-Right appropriating the Classics—Thoughts on the Classics and Modern Theosophy

The Irony of an Anti-Liberal Republican Party: Synthesis of Republicanism and Conservatism, not Possible

U.S. conservative movement in its early history did not even like the Republican Party. “…if you read David Brooks’s columns, what he espouses could be called conservative but is certainly very different than what William F. Buckley has espoused. And Buckley has written that if the Republicans want to be a governing party they need Continue reading The Irony of an Anti-Liberal Republican Party: Synthesis of Republicanism and Conservatism, not Possible

The Sophistry of the Anti-Nationalist | Progressives and Liberals versus Nationalism?

The attempts to redefine and demonize nationalism is largely an incoherent reaction to the identitarian and “new right” fervor of race realists and self-describing “ethno-nationalists.” As I’ve argued, even the nineteenth-century Theosophists were not anti-nationalist in the sense, when the contemporary offers fallacious arguments on why national sovereignty, or the nation-state concept is the root Continue reading The Sophistry of the Anti-Nationalist | Progressives and Liberals versus Nationalism?

Late to the party… | A Look at Hayward’s Review: The Liberal Republicanism of Gordon Wood

“Unlike today’s liberals who quote his magnum opus, Wood does not think that America can return to its republican roots. He may be crying over spilled milk, but he has the fortitude to admit it.” HAYWARD, THE LIBERAL REPUBLICANISM OF GORDON WOOD So must we have the fortitude to admit. According to Steven F. Hayward, we are Continue reading Late to the party… | A Look at Hayward’s Review: The Liberal Republicanism of Gordon Wood

Constantin Von Hoffmeister “Secret America”: Defining America as a Race-Based Republic

German Identitarian desires a race-based American vision, and rationalizes Trump’s policies. The philosophy of REPUBLICANISM makes the idea and historical permanency of a ‘White Ethno-State’ impossible, and a contradiction in terms, especially given the historical circumstances.What was the true vision of the the United States, who can truly say, based on racial terms, and was it meant Continue reading Constantin Von Hoffmeister “Secret America”: Defining America as a Race-Based Republic

Civic Nationalism and the Linguistic Coup on Western Values

What is Nationalism? Misunderstanding lies often in our confusion of terms and theoretical frame of reference. In the subordination of concepts, “Don’t say Civic (or Ethnic) Nationalism” says Vergilivs Rex. Sympathies with Western tradition are being increasingly identified and repudiated as being indistinct from “white nationalist rhetoric.” Don’t be naive, and further divide by conflating nationalism Continue reading Civic Nationalism and the Linguistic Coup on Western Values

Julie Burchill on the Alt-Hate of the Political Left

Like Julie Burchill of The Spectator on “Alt-hate: Who knew the Left had so much Venom,” many others have experienced similar issues. A glimpse into the stifling situation of the modern Western socio-culture. “We are in a different, more obviously dark condition, the closest to civil war than any time in my life. Old friends cannot bear to Continue reading Julie Burchill on the Alt-Hate of the Political Left

Kumari Jayawardena: “The White Woman’s Other Burden.” Blavatsky and Emancipation in South Asia

From the outset, Kumari Jayawardena’s “The White Woman’s Other Burden” (1995) demonstrates, theosophy emphasized the absence of any distinction of race, creed, sex, caste or color in its theory and practice; and gender equality was therefore, one of its distinctive features. The 1995 work of Jayawardena details the roles and activities of foreign women in Continue reading Kumari Jayawardena: “The White Woman’s Other Burden.” Blavatsky and Emancipation in South Asia

Ricardo Duchesne: Radical Liberal Norms That Lead to the Decline of the West

Professor Ricardo Duchesne of The University of New Brunswick, Canada recently joined Red Ice Radio for an interview to discuss multiculturalism, history, and liberalism. Duchesne, the author of The Uniqueness of Western Civilization (2011), and Faustian Man in a Multicultural Age, released in March 2017 by Arktos Books, has studied specially about Western Civilization. An academic, who Continue reading Ricardo Duchesne: Radical Liberal Norms That Lead to the Decline of the West