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Michael Michailidis

Democracy’s Funeral

Democracy’s Funeral In 1939 “Der Schulungsbrief,” a monthly review of the Nazi party, published a Greek text: “Rede des Perikles,” Pericles’ Funeral Oration, a speech

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Michael Michailidis

Who Created the British Underclass?

Who Created the British Underclass? “A SPECTRE IS haunting the Western world: the underclass.” So begins one of the most powerful critiques of modern degeneracy

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Richard Wolstencroft

Elite Replacement Theory

Elite Replacement Theory What’s really going on behind the scenes? In the last few years, we have witnessed a massive escalation in the culture wars,

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Sophia Pallas

In an Age of Gorgons

In an Age of Gorgons A recent example of cultural degeneracy has taken centre stage. A brazen and provocative perversion of the classical Hellenic myth

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Basil Benton

Friday the 13th

Friday the 13th Friday the 13th The origins of Friday the 13th Many know or believe that Friday the 13th is supposed to be unlucky—whether leaving

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Basil Benton

Toxic anti-masculinity

Toxic anti-masculinity The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed in the text belong solely to the author, and not necessarily to the author’s employer, organization, committee

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Lukas Eidolon

Futurekampf

Futurekampf There is exists no struggle more important, no battle more worth fighting, no prize more glorious than that which comes from a people who,

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Michael Michailidis

Escape from LΑ PUTA

Escape from LΑ PUTA Those who’ve read “Gulliver’s Travels” probably remember the story of Laputa, the floating island whose residents lived in strict accordance with

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Pedro Olavarria

American Metaphysics

American Metaphysics For better or for worse, America was founded on Liberalism and has since been defined by it. The subject of Liberalism is the

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Lukas Eidolon

The Year that Perished

The Year that Perished 2020 has not been a kind year to the United States of America. At the beginning of the year, this country

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Prometheus the professor.

A Dialectical View of Identity

Being an individual is not the same as having a unique identity that sets one apart from the community or the whole of society. Ants are individuals within the entirety of their nest, and yet they do not appear to hold any sort of personal identity. Human beings, on the other hand, stand out among eusocial animals because they are atoms in their respective societies and, at the same time, struggle to establish unique identifiers of their own. Individuals with a personal identity are individuals plus ultra, so to speak.

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