The Great Awakening vs The Great Reset Alexander Dugin London, Arktos Media, 2021 The Book If you are curious about the analysis of the Russian geopolitical philosopher Alexander Dugin, but do not want to tackle his Foundations of Geopolitics or The Fourth Political Theory you might consider this slim volume. The Great Awakening vs The […]
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Equal Training: An Analysis of Antiwhite Material and Language Manipulation Tactics Used in American Schools Student X Michael Michau, 2023 The simplest definition of education is the transmission of culture, so it is not surprising that schools are on the front lines of the present kulturkampf. As usual, the Right is reacting to the dynamic […]
Reinventing Aristocracy in the Age of Woke Capital: How Honourable WASP Elites Could Recue Our Civilization from Bad Governance by Irresponsible Corporate Plutocrats Prof. Andrew Fraser Arkos Media 2022. Conventional conservatives have recently discovered the perils of “woke capital.” Meanwhile, Andrew Fraser has been writing about this issue for over twenty years. Back in January […]
The Dying Citizen: How Progressive Elites, Tribalism, and Globalization Are Destroying the Idea of America Victor Davis Hanson Basic Books, 2021 Reviewed by Nelson Rosit Is Victor Davis Hanson Donald Trump with a Ph.D. in classics? There are certain parallels between the author of The Dying Citizen and the forty-fifth president. While Professor Hanson uses […]
Dreamworlds of Race: Empire and the Utopian Destiny of Anglo-America Duncan Bell Princeton University Press, 2020. Duncan Bell’s Dreamworlds chronicles the largely forgotten efforts to unite the British and American empires during the late Victorian and Edwardian eras. What I found most interesting, however, was not the core narrative, but the broader historical continuities and […]
Henry ‘Chips’ Channon: The Diaries, 1918–38 Edited by Simon Heffer. London: Hutchinson, 2021 In his 2008 book Churchill, Hitler and the Unnecessary War Pat Buchanan suggests that with a bit of prescience and a steadier hand at the tiller Britain could have avoided World War II. If the policies supported by American-born MP and diarist […]
The Outlaw Ernst von Salomon, trans. Ian F. D. Morrow, 1st English edition 1931; third edition Arktos Media, 2013 Introduction The Outlaws is an unusual piece of literature—a historical novel written by one of the participants in the events described, and a work of fiction that has been used as a primary source by researchers […]