Jonathan Haidt speaking at Intelligence² event “The Rise of Populism and the Backlash against the Elites.” Jonathan Haidt is a social psychologist and Professor of Ethical Leadership at New York University’s Stern School of Business. His academic specialization is the psychology of morality and the moral emotions. He is author of The Righteous Mind: Why … Continue reading The Psychology behind Globalism, Nationalism & Political Tribalism – Jonathan Haidt | Intelligence²
Giuseppe Mazzini was a uniquely influential figure and revolutionary in the line of Republican tradition. The Pillar of American Thought – Republicanism, a Way of Life Republicanism during the Enlightenment period was a global revolutionary phenomena throughout France, Spain, China, England, Ireland, Latin America, etc., hence, a tradition (the over-arching philosophy) in and of itself … Continue reading Republican and Progressive Pioneer: Giuseppe Mazzini’s Political Thought and his influence on President Woodrow Wilson
The national SPIRIT of camaraderie in the song La Marseillaise is our spirit. Perhaps, President Macron has forgotten that spirit and sacrifice. Égalité! fraternité! the old republican revolutionaries and soldiers yelled. Liberté! Ou la mort (or give me death)!
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?
A great conversation with reflection Achin Vanaik (“The Rise of Hindu Authoritarianism”) and Vivek Chibber (“Postcolonial Theory and the Specter of Capital”) discuss new forms of authoritarianism and nationalism in the age of Modi, Putin, Erdogan, and Trump. The discussion was moderated by Amber A’Lee Frost (“Current Affairs” and “Chapo Trap House”) at Verso Books … Continue reading Why Trump Is Not a Fascist: A Conversation with Vivek Chibber and Achin Vanaik
With the reintroduction of theosophical research comes the opportunity to gain victory over our narrative, and the way others understand our mission to be, through facts, our writings, and tongue. What Thomas Mace-Archer-Miles, Chairman of the British Monarchist Society stated to The Economist in an interview on monarchism is similar to the role of theosophy, … Continue reading The Irony of Apoliticism in Theosophy | Socialism, Communism, and Globalism
As Theosophy and Freemasonry: Esoteric Schools within the Theosophical Society shows, there are less known details in the history of the Theosophical Society than is thought, despite the fact researchers have provided a great detail of Theosophical history. This article is about Herman A.O. de Tollenaere’s diligent research: The Politics of Divine Wisdom, Theosophy and Labour, National, And … Continue reading The Politics of Divine Wisdom: How Theosophy influenced Indonesian and South Asian Nationalisms
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
New York Times Profiles Tony Hovater, and uses a poor source accusing H.P. Blavatsky of being an Anti-Semitic influence on the National Socialists. Theosophists are not of the past, and are thus not invisible. They still exist, independent even of the Theosophical Society, and observe what is said about them. In this last month’s ridiculous … Continue reading New York Times Profiles Tony Hovater: H.P. Blavatsky, an Anti-Semitic influence on Nazis?
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