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Gary Saul Morson’s “Suicide of the Liberals”

“Suicide of the Liberals” discusses the parallels between today’s woke liberal/progressive culture and the era before the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia. Excerpts: Between 1900 and 1917, waves of unprecedented terror struck Russia. Several parties professing incompatible ideologies competed (and cooperated) in causing havoc. Between 1905 and 1907, nearly 4,500 government officials and about as many […]


Is Civil War Inevitable?

The conclusions regarding France and Europe more broadly in Guillaume Faye’s final book Ethnic Apocalypse—like The Culture of Critique and my own book The God that Failed: Liberalism and the Destruction of the West banned by Amazon for said conclusions being “inconvenient” to the Establishment, ie-true—were that yes, the regime has made it inevitable. The […]


Norman Podhoretz on Jewish Liberals

Editor’s note: This review is from 2010, originally posted at, and it appeared in Radix. However, it seems to have disappeared from the internet. And in any case it raises important issues, particularly Jewish perceptions of their own history, that bear repetition. We Westerners have a sense of our history — a traditional pride in […]


Reply to Jordan Peterson on the Jewish Question — From His Heroes Part Four: Nietzsche

Go to Part 1: Solzhenitsyn Go to Part 2: Dostoevsky Go to Part 3: Jung A Reply from Nietzsche. Like these other figures, whose thought is sanitized and claimed by Peterson, Nietzsche possessed views of Jews quite at odds with Peterson’s own hasty conclusions. Robert Holub’s 2015 Nietzsche’s Jewish Problem: Between Anti-Semitism and Anti-Judaism (Princeton […]


Reply to Jordan Peterson on the Jewish Question — From His Heroes: Part Three: Jung

Go to Part 1: Solzhenitsyn. Go to Part 2: Dostoevsky A Reply to Jung. Jordan Peterson references Carl Jung in almost every interview, talk, or text he delivers, and these references are especially frequent in his lecture series on the Biblical stories. In 12 Rules for Life (p.131), Peterson describes Jung as both a “great […]