Philosophy, Politics

The Hierarchical Heresy

Hierarchy… The word has become something of a prelude to incantations of aspirations for lofty empire and personal mastery among the contemporary dissident-right. Discerning ears will oft hear the rightist cry of, “We need strong leadership!” Yet, seemingly invariably, once a leader steps up to the plate (or is merely proffered by others as a […]

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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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Culture, Politics

The “Moderate” Mantra of the Status Quo

What a curious state of affairs we live in. To end a millennium of English self-rule is “moderate,” and giving a corrupt Italian government license to be more corrupt is “sensible.” To most in the world, President-Elect Hillary R. Clinton would have been the sensible outcome. It would be moderate for this moderate president to […]

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Culture, Politics

Buying Away Our Freedom: Who Cares?

“I’m not selling away my freedom,” wrote Polly Walshe in the Autumn 2016 edition of the Salisbury Review, “but buying it away.” It is true that mass surveillance of purchases are only possible if people use bank accounts and debit cards. It is only possible to spy on someone’s texts if they use a mobile […]

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Culture, Politics

Alt-Right Viewed From the Right, Pt. II: Retrospective

Several months ago, I had voiced my concerns about the Alt-Right and its methods. While there are certainly many things to be said about them, I focused on a few key elements that had been relevant at the time which — after the rather disastrous and foolish mistakes committed at the N.P.I. Conference in America’s […]

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