Old And New Paganism by BAP

Today’s essay is a special submission from a friend. Thought up on an Asian beach while watching sunsets and written near the plains of the urheimat, Bronze Age Pervert sends this message on the issue of paganism. This is his first long form piece since the raving success Bronze Age Mindset. Enjoy. After Trump won…

Walter Laqueur, Henry Kissinger, and the Death of American Historiography

By irkutyanin1 Incessantly, we hear complaints from the right about the inadequacy of even elite universities to give even the most rudimentary of a higher education. The university, of course, is a natural and necessary target, it’s sprawling departments overspecialized and teaming with ideologues well versed in programming the youth with the ideology of self-annihilation….

State of the Art

By Achilleas Karapatakis In Western society both men and women live under the constant fear of the modern version of perfection which constitutes of flawless skin, a weak/skinny frame and the most up to date wardrobe possible. In the materialistic capitalist society we live under, this look is being projected as the ideal. Due to…

Market Sovereignty: Anti-Trust in the era of Big Tech

By Alexander Saint-Cyr A man used to know his place in the world. He used to know his station and his class. So to, did he know where his loyalties lied and from where his sovereignty derived. A man used to be secure in knowing that a royal bloodline was responsible for his liberty and…

Fix your shit: Vitalist Reaction for Dummies

By Esoterictrad There is a reason when I randomly encountered Mencius Moldbug the man seemed nervous and awkward. He was overweight and slightly sickly looking. Almost the epitome of a programmer who doesn’t get enough outside exercise. There is a reason NRx is relegated to endless critique and circular thinking about problems on the back…

Who Had The Best 2018, Geopolitically?

By Greg Reynolds Time Magazine declared “The Guardians” (meaning journalists who faced persecution, arrest or murder for their reporting) as Person of The Year for 2018, and The Financial Times selected George Soros for the same honor. Yet those of us who do not worship Moloch might prefer an alternative who actually accomplished something for…

Dollar Store Reaction

By SuperLutheran Everyone wants to be the king. No one wants to be the serf (except me). In the Dissident Right movement, the tendency of the purity spiraler is to form an abstraction that, in his mind, becomes the sine qua non of being “right” enough. In the Alt Right, this leads to the stereotypical,…

The New Right & Family Values

By Jordan Jacob The Efficacy of the Right’s Pursuits The dog days of the public New Right movement in America are dragging on in post-Charlottesville America. Meanwhile, veterans of the great meme war occupy themselves with foreign happenings in Brazil, France, Italy, and the like so as to escape the mundane merry-go-round of Trump Twitter…

The US State Department has Pozzed Ukraine

By Greg Reynolds On November 28, the United Nations World Health Organization’s Regional Office for Europe published an annual report on new HIV infections, and revealed Ukraine experienced the second-highest rate of new HIV infections in all of Europe.1 This may come as a surprise to those do not imagine Ukraine as a paradise of…

The Crown: Leadership, Followership, and Duty on Display

By Micah Jenkins The Crown is a Sony-produced Netlix series portraying the reign of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom. The series uses a television drama format to present the never-ending series of decisions and challenges confronting the monarch of a world power. Traditional documentaries often treat their subjects as two-dimensional figures with the…