Author Archives: Tom Sunic, Ph.D.
The word ‘Islam’ seems to have become by now, especially on the rightwing social spectrum, an all-encompassing code word for non-White residents and migrants. Predictably, the so-called asymmetric or hybrid wars waged by the US and EU against the ISIS are creating a widespread, albeit still muted hatred against Arabs and Muslims among the majority […]
Human Sin or Social Sin: Evolutionary Psychology, Plato and the Christian Logic of Sociology Paul Dachslager Charleston, SC: CreateSpace, 2016 The title of a book often best indicates the author’s approach to his subject matter. For that matter, the somewhat lengthy subtitle of Paul Dachslager’s book could be replaced by a more explicit inscription of […]
The following is a translation of an interview given to the French daily Présent. Présent, a magazine dealing with culture, politics and art, is popular among traditional Catholics and identitarians, and is also sympathetic to France’s National Front. On January 18, Libération lashed out at the American Alt-Right, of which you are considered to be […]
In light of the mass migrations of non-Europeans to Europe we must redefine the notion of the political. The notion of the political is eternal, although its wording, alongside its political conceptualization, takes on different names in different time periods. We must also clarify the meaning of political concepts, such as the concept of “multicuturalism”, […]
Julius Nisle, “Pact between Faust and Mephistopheles” (engraving 1840) Sooner or later even the darkest cloud must have a silver lining. This poetic justice is a central theme in the seminal work of European literature, with the incarnate cosmic Evil, the satanic Mephistopheles, admitting to young Faust: “I am part of the Power that would […]
Ed. note: Apropos the University of Chicago’s Orwellian stance on free speech, Dr. Sunic, based on his experience growing up in Yugoslavia, ties the war on free speech to communism. Originally published in Pravda, February 9, 2002. The modern thought police is hard to spot, as it often seeks cover under soothing words such as “democracy” […]
What follows is the English translation of my piece originally written in French for a French publication. * * * Since the breakup of Yugoslavia in 1991, Croats have faced an ill-defined identity. Their recent war of secession, awkwardly called the “Patriotic War” and “War of Defense,” lends itself to serious legal misconceptions. […]