Jason Reza Jorjani

Against Perennial Philosophy

If the New Right is to become the intellectual and spiritual vanguard of the Indo-European world, we archeo-futurists must recognize that the very idea of Sophia Perennis – which can be traced to Medieval Iran – is fundamentally anti-philosophical, and that the likes of Evola and Guenon were terribly wrong to legitimate Islam.

Matt Forney

How Deep Does the Rabbit Hole Go?

The Red Pill, Cassie Jaye's documentary on the men's rights' movement, is an informative watch for those unacquainted with the destructiveness of Western feminism. However, dedicated alt-Righters may find it lacking.

David Gellerman

Identitarian Ideas – A First Time Visitor’s Reflections

The event is something of a microcosm of the Sweden and Europe that we nationalists would create – open-minded, forthright, with a low degree of tolerance for untruths, hypocrisy and the official code of silence, but with a high degree of tolerance for our diversity, for realism and open speech. These leading motives point the way to the struggle to come.
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Matt Forney

Back in the U.S.S.A., Trump’s Here to Save the Day

What the globalist establishment may lack in efficacy, they make up for in sheer tenacity. The past two weeks have seen an unprecedented assault on Donald Trump and his supporters, as the Left seeks to overthrow the chosen president of the people in a coup.

Daton Hivild

The Matador of Modernity

There is a shift in the wind in the West. Shibboleths that have stood for generations are being rocked by the grubby hands of the peasantry and the core doctrines and taboos through which the establishment has ...