“We will never be a socialist country…” | State of the Union

The Fasces, before Fascism was a symbol representing a classical view of justice, and of physical power and the ability to impose that power. In line with this, despite his long history of unappealing tendencies and actions, this current U.S. President presented himself as a republican law and order President. In maintaining our tradition, from Continue reading “We will never be a socialist country…” | State of the Union

Oswald Mosley on the Misrepresentation of Fascism

“In all countries, Fascism has been led by men who came from the Left and the rank and file has combined the Conservative and patriotic elements of the nation with ex-Socialists, ex-Communists and revolutionaries who have forsaken their various illusions of progress for the new and orderly reality of progress.” OSWALD MOSLEY Oswald Mosley, British Continue reading Oswald Mosley on the Misrepresentation of Fascism

The Thermopylae of Fascism: Benito Mussolini’s Last Testament on His Life, Fascism, and Italy

“For this common ground, I would give my life even now, willingly, so long as it is truly marked with real Italian spirit.” “…I was, and am, a socialist.” BENITO MUSSOLINI, SEE Before Sono Tornato and Vincere: Antonio Banderas as “The Young Mussolini” – Angelica Balabanoff on Mussolini’s Problem It is 1945, early in the Continue reading The Thermopylae of Fascism: Benito Mussolini’s Last Testament on His Life, Fascism, and Italy

Smearing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Kyle Kulinski on the Justice Democrats, and Trump’s Anti-Press Tactics

28 year-old Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez defeated 4th ranking and established House Democrat, Rep. Joe Crowley in the New York House Democratic primary last week, saying that leftist policies can win elections. First-term Illinois’s Democratic senator, Tammy Duckworth disagreed, arguing that, while it may be the future of the Bronx, running on policies too far to the left Continue reading Smearing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Kyle Kulinski on the Justice Democrats, and Trump’s Anti-Press Tactics

Before Sono Tornato and Vincere: Antonio Banderas as “The Young Mussolini” – Angelica Balabanoff on Mussolini’s Problem

Benito Mussolini is quite a very intriguing figure to me, even more than Adolf Hitler, and I had neglected to learn more about him, his mind and romantic passion, his life and influences; and in comparing him with his predecessor, Risorgimento (Italian Unification) republican patriot and “political terrorist” of his day, Giuseppe Mazzini who he Continue reading Before Sono Tornato and Vincere: Antonio Banderas as “The Young Mussolini” – Angelica Balabanoff on Mussolini’s Problem

The Irony of Apoliticism in Theosophy | Socialism, Communism, and Globalism

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

Per Faxneld’s Paper “Blavatsky the Satanist” argues about Luciferianism in Theosophy

The decline of the Theosophical Movement and the Theosophical Society since the 1930’s has been attributed to many factors by researchers and theosophists, but most significantly damaging is identifying Theosophy and H.P.B.’s ideas as Satanism. Per Faxneld, Faculty of Humanities at Stockholm University presents in his 2013 paper, Blavatsky the Satanist (pdf). the idea that Theosophy and Continue reading Per Faxneld’s Paper “Blavatsky the Satanist” argues about Luciferianism in Theosophy

Annie Besant before Theosophy and Documentary of her Life

Annie Besant was women’s rights and labour activist, a British intellectual and orator. Annie Besant left the Anglican Church, and became a secularist reformer, as an atheist and Fabian socialist. Her deepening interest in theosophy caused her to break with the Fabians and Marxists. This was before she joined the T.S. — “marching towards theosophy” around 1888. Helena P. Blavatsky had some Continue reading Annie Besant before Theosophy and Documentary of her Life