Entries by Brenton Sanderson

Romanian translation of Brenton Sanderson’s Tristan Tzara and the Jewish Roots of Dada

Partea a 3-a – ultima – April 14, 2023 – in Featured Articles, Western Culture de Brenton Sanderson; Original here Jacques Derrida Mergi la Partea 1. Dada și deconstrucția ca vectori de atac al evreilor O ultimă moștenire distructivă a Dada și una care merită mai multă atenție este modul în care antiraționalismul său a prefigurat deconstrucția lui Jacques […]

Tristan Tzara and the Jewish Roots of Dada — PART 3 of 3

Jacques Derrida Go to Part 1. Go to Part 2. Dada and Deconstruction as Jewish Attack Vectors A final destructive legacy of Dada, and one which merits more attention, is how its anti-rationalism prefigured Jacques Derrida’s deconstruction as a Jewish intellectual movement arrayed against Western civilization. The parallels between Dada and Deconstruction have been noted by […]

Tristan Tzara și rădăcinile evreiești ale Dada – Partea 1 din 3

12 aprilie 2023/ în Articole recomandate, Civilizația occidentală, Cultura occidentală de Brenton Sanderson; tradus de C.D. Tristan Tzara (Samuel Rosenstock) Secolul XX a văzut o proliferare a artei inspirată de cultura critică evreiască. Expunerea și promovarea acestei arte au crescut odată cu pătrunderea evreiască și eventuala capturare a instituției de artă occidentală. Artiștii evrei au […]

Tristan Tzara and the Jewish Roots of Dada — Part 2 of 3

Tristan Tzara depicted in a contemporary painting Go to Part 1. Dada in Paris By 1919, when Tzara left Switzerland to join the poet André Breton in Paris, he was, according to Richter, regarded as an “Anti-Messiah” and a “prophet”.[1] His 1918 Dada Manifesto had appeared in Paris, and, according to Breton, had “lit the touch paper. Tzara’s […]

Tristan Tzara and the Jewish Roots of Dada — Part 1 of 3

The twentieth century saw a proliferation of art inspired by the Jewish culture of critique. The exposure and promotion of this art grew alongside the Jewish penetration and eventual capture of the Western art establishment. Jewish artists sought to rewrite the rules of artistic expression — to accommodate their own technical limitations and facilitate the […]

Aboriginal Worship and the Flight from Whiteness in Australia

Anti-White activism in Australia is becoming increasingly strident Results from the 2021 Australian Census revealed an astonishing 25 per cent jump in the nation’s Aboriginal population over the preceding five years. This confirmed the trend of the 2016 census showing a 19 per cent surge in the Aboriginal population. Over the last decade the self-identifying […]

Degas and the Jews

Edgar Degas: Self Portrait 1865-66 It is customary in our political circles to link cultural modernism (and its negative social consequences) to Jewish influence. While there are strong grounds for this stance, things are sometimes more complicated than this narrative would suggest. Take, for instance, the group of painters who made up the French Impressionist […]