History, Politics

Russo-American Paradigm Shift

It’s difficult to point to a moment in time where one could say that Christendom was united in any real sense. From the Constantinian shift1 in the 4th century up until the East-West schism of 1054,2 it could be argued that Christendom was unified in a loose sense, however the theological differences between the Latin […]

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Economics, History

Prosperity: The Engine of the Left

Ever since the French Revolution, the political landscape of the world has been split into two opposing camps: the Left and the Right. For over two centuries these two camps have been locked in perpetual intellectual and political warfare with eachother, and, at times, this conflict has broken out into open violence and war. Over the course of this struggle, […]

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History

English Identity 114 Years Ago

Last summer I was spending the day at a National Trust garden in Cornwall with friends and family. At the end of our dreary, rainy tour (typical) I went into the second-hand book shop adjacent to the gift shop with the vague hope of finding something obscure and awesome, possibly historical (as a history PhD […]

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History

On the Anglo-Saxon: 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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History, Philosophy

Ink & Paper

There’s a certain tendency on the Right to plan out how our societies should (or will) be structured after collapse of the current order and the end of Liberalism. It’s very easy to LARP about how such-and-such a regime will take over and rule and how this or that law will be revised, retracted, or added; these […]

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History, Politics

On the meaning of the Iranian Revolution

The Iranian Revolution of 1979 represents one of the most unique events in all of modernity. It alone of all revolutions established a political order which was not only no more degenerate then what it overthrew but arguably based on a higher principle. Unlike all other modern revolutions which saw the overthrow of monarchy and […]

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