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Nymphaea Odorata

Sex-Positivism and the Illusion of Consent

If to view heterosexuality as the standard sexual orientation is classified as “heteronormativity,” then why — by the very same token — should sex-positive feminists and liberals seek to impose a universal standard of female sexuality on all women, regardless of cultural, psychological, and physical preferences or inclinations?

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Alexander von Marstall

The Ultimate Revolt

“To stand firm among the ruins, you have to actively oppose your lower impulses and shallow drives by pushing yourself over the cliff of conformity and taking that leap of fate which will elevate you above the herd mentality of the unwashed ignorant plebian masses which venerate this abominable gynecocracy regime of cultural distortion.  To fight means to exist, and to exist is to defy the efforts of our Hostis to eradicate us as the last bastion of defence and obstacle for the realisation of their snowflake ambiguous dystopia.”

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Alexander von Marstall

Pankration

Developed out of an existing ancient combat system, Pankration was part of the army training of many Greek city-states. It was the core of the military instruction of the hoplites (the famous Greek infantry). The Spartans were particularly well-trained and excelled in that art. In their last stand at Thermopylae, they allegedly used Pankration skills as their final weapon. Once the 300 lost their armaments, they fought with bare hands, feet, and teeth, relying on their abilities to use unarmed fighting techniques.

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Matthew Raphael Johnson

The Fable of Capitalist Efficiency:

Efficiency is a myth and a fable. The point of capitalism is to render labor totally isolated one from other, with no social ties to avoid organization. It is to work employees past endurance so as to squeeze more productivity per worker. Capitalism is an oligarchy where the short term control over markets and resources is the sine qua non of success. Markets are created, not followed.

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Matthew Raphael Johnson

Media Manipulation and American Politics

The proposition that the media has values that are democratic or close to democratic is highly dubious. There are a few major sources of news worldwide, and even “new media” as an alternative source of information usually leads to the same, elite and mainstream sources. The concentration of media power is inherently oligarchic, and its effect on political values is to continually promote a socially liberal agenda. This agenda deals with major areas of impact such as health care, race relations and gay rights. At least, these are the main areas of personal political identity are clearly seen.

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Austra

Latvian Independence day torchlight march

18 thousands of patriots with slogans “We are Latvians!” and “Latvia is ours!” took part in Latvian Independence day torchlight march this year. The event has been held for 15 years annually, and each year it unites an even greater number of people, among them mostly young people and families with children.

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Matthew Raphael Johnson

Turkey’s Referendum a Blow to the New World Order

A constitutional referendum took place on April 16 in Turkey. This was to approve 18 constitutional amendments. These would bring in a purely presidential system over the older English-style parliamentary system. The most important part was that the President would have great control over judicial and cabinet appointments that, up until today, have been approved by parliament. To calm claims of dictatorship, the new parliament was to be raised from 550 to 600 seats. Parliamentary approval or executive actions is gone.

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Matthew Raphael Johnson

The NSA’s Report on Russian “Hacking”

This shows that the belief in a mythic “Russian hack” is partially a way to justify their absurd predictions. They were embarrassed with their talk of a “landslide.” With their credibility on the line again, the Russian hack was a way to get out of it. Very soon after the election, the Washington Post, who endorsed and predicted Hillary’s victory “in a landslide” ran one of the first articles claiming that “secret sources” in the CIA think the election was stolen by Russian hackers.

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Matthew Raphael Johnson

Russia, Crimea and Ukraine

Given the events in Ukraine, Crimeans, to a man, wanted off that sinking ship. Ukraine today has no functional economy. The state has no legitimacy since it took power through violence. The currency is propped up only by foreign aid.

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Struggler

Socrates on muscles

“No man has the right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training. It is a shame for a man to grow old without seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable.”

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Lukas Eidolon

The Soul of the Oikoumene

The Soul of the Oikoumene [Editors Note: The following article was taken from a larger work entitled Ontological Historicism as part of Aristokratia vol.IV published by Manticore

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Lukas Eidolon

Thoughts on the Greater Holy War

Thoughts on the Greater Holy War There exist four spheres of thought and action within a higher plane of human interaction and consciousness. The first

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Veiko Hessler

Of Titans and Pygmies

Of Titans and Pygmies Since the end of the Second World War Europe has operated on an unspoken consensus. The genie of nationalism that proved

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Veiko Hessler

The Long March of the Patriots

The Long March of the Patriots Britain’s accession to the European Economic Community in 1973 represented the culminating triumph of globalism and liberal institutionalism in

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Veiko Hessler

Europa Wept Blood

Europa Wept Blood 2016 will go down as a year of tumult and astounding political upheaval; a year remembered for an unprecedented electoral rebellion on

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Veiko Hessler

The Ice Man Cometh

The Ice Man Cometh The Trump administration is a government under siege. Despite securing the greatest electoral upset of recent history and overcoming the slings

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Veiko Hessler

Ringing the Bells of Liberty

Ringing the Bells of Liberty Since its inception the internet has always been a guarantor of human freedom. It is the lone unmolested, unmediated and

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Veiko Hessler

General Lee Rides Again!

General Lee Rides Again! All across America a great iconoclasm is happening. What started with murmurs of disapproval and the banishing of suspect symbols has

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