Philosophy, Politics

The Need for Authoritarianism

The propagation of Enlightenment philosophy led to an obsession with liberty and freedom in Western Europe. This is how we ended up with Classical Liberalism in its various forms. I should not need to point out the flaws of Liberalism for anyone reading this. Certain Liberal (in the original sense of the word) tendencies remain […]

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History

On the Anglo-Saxon, Pt. I: His Origins

A Brief Overview of the Early History of Albion When in Rome… Britain, first called Ἀλβιών by the Greeks, Albionis by the Roman Avienus, and Albi̯iū by the Britons (the root “albho” meaning “white”1), was first inhabited by the Celtic Britons, who were comprised of various tribes whose names in many areas survive in the […]

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Culture

The Bitter Struggle for the Soul of the Right

It appears that after decades of static lines, raids and counter-raids with the Left constantly gaining ground, the war is once again becoming one of movement. Our opponents are increasingly becoming ineffective, weak, corrupt and corpulently drunk after winning constantly. A stronger resurgent Rightism is making itself felt worldwide: India and Japan have both swung […]

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Culture

A True Elite and the Alternative Right

Recently, here at West Coast Reactionaries, there has been talk from many perspectives about the relationship between a genuine spiritual elite and the cultural sensation so-called the “Alternative Right.” Largely spurred by James’ article and the comments section thereunder, people are considering questions of high and low, proper and improper. This I cannot fault overmuch; […]

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Miscellaneous

Patreon

West Coast Reactionaries — and the community surrounding it — now has a Patreon. If you would like to support us in our endeavours, recorded and written, then it is very much appreciated. These past couple of years have been well-spent, and we owe our gratitude to everyone who has supported us with the greatest […]

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Culture

The Rot of Diaspora: the Jewish Example

NOTE: This article is not about the effects of the Jewish diaspora upon other nations presently or historically, rather it is an exploration of the state of large-scale rootlessness through the example of the (former) Hebrew nation. The Jewish people has been completely cut off from nature and imprisoned within city walls for two thousand […]

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