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Vince Lombardi. Italian taskmaster.

Football coaches provide one of the purest examples of true leadership in America, especially in the period since World War Two. This idea was slow to dawn on me, but eventually I realized that these men command all-male cohorts, train them to practice a violent craft in a quasi-brotherhood, and enjoy virtually dictatorial powers in […]

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Lincoln’s Rhetoric on the Struggle Between Good and Evil: Relevance to the Present

In writing a chapter on Puritanism for my projected book on the Western liberal tradition, I came across a fascinating portrait of Lincoln by conservative intellectual M. E. Bradford — a portrait that is quite pertinent to the current political climate. Bradford, incidentally, was an early victim of the neocon takeover of the conservative movement […]

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Victory, Italian-Style

It’s no secret that European politics has been steadily shifting to the right in recent years. The Social-Democratic and Socialist center-left has been collapsing across Europe. There has been a concurrent rise of the hard left and of the nationalist right, although power is mostly now held by the (useless) center-right. There have been breakthroughs […]

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Kombatting Kavanaugh: Rape-Hysteria and the Void of Vagynocracy

Is “feminist intellect” an oxymoron? Is Vagynocracy — the vagina-worshipping, gynaecocratic cult of feminism — an intellectual and ethical void? Countless feminists certainly seem determined to prove so. I’m not a fan of the American judge Brett Kavanaugh and I’m suspending judgment about whether his appointment to the Supreme Court will be a Good Thing. […]

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Review: Julius Evola’s “The Myth of the Blood: The Genesis of Racialism”

The Myth of the Blood: The Genesis of Racialism Julius Evola Arktos, 2018. My history with Julius Evola is proof that first impressions aren’t everything. I was in my mid 20s before I picked up my first volume by the Italian philosopher – a nicely presented hardback edition of Revolt Against the Modern World. I’d […]

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What is “Nazism”?

For an intelligent and well-educated man, Barack Obama says some incredibly stupid things.  Speaking to a college campus on September 7, on the topic of the many failings of the Trump presidency, and in particular his response to the alt-right, white nationalist Charlottesville rally in 2017, Obama denounced Trump for not clearly and unconditionally denouncing […]

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Riga, Latvia

The nationalist ethnostate, in all of its glory! Seriously, no brown people here. Not even of the tourist variety. Gloomy though. And the people don’t really help the atmosphere. They’re quite… prickly. Even the ones who are paid to smile while they bring you your food and drink. They don’t seem to keen on being […]

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“Racism is a Crime, Not an Opinion”: Jewish Goyophobia and the War on White

  It would sound better in Russian or Chinese: Le racisme n’est pas une opinion, le racisme est un délit – “Racism is not an opinion, racism is a crime.” It doesn’t sound good in French, language of liberty and the Enlightenment. But I’d guess those words come from an outsider who is both Francophone […]

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September 13, 2018  Tags:   Posted in: Occidental Observer  Comments Closed

Is Antisemitism Dead? A Philosophical Consideration

Around six months ago, the influential Oxford Handbooks series published a print and online entry on “The Radical Right and Antisemitism.” The author of the entry is Ruth Wodak, a Jewish academic in Critical Discourse Studies at England’s Lancaster University. I have to confess to having never before heard of this discipline. Unsurprisingly, however, it […]

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Vince Lombardi. Italian taskmaster.

Football coaches provide one of the purest examples of true leadership in America, especially in the period since World War Two. This idea was slow to dawn on me, but eventually I realized that these men command all-male cohorts, train them to practice a violent craft in a quasi-brotherhood, and enjoy virtually dictatorial powers in […]

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October 12, 2018  Tags:   Posted in: Occidental Observer  Comments Closed

Lincoln’s Rhetoric on the Struggle Between Good and Evil: Relevance to the Present

In writing a chapter on Puritanism for my projected book on the Western liberal tradition, I came across a fascinating portrait of Lincoln by conservative intellectual M. E. Bradford — a portrait that is quite pertinent to the current political climate. Bradford, incidentally, was an early victim of the neocon takeover of the conservative movement […]

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October 12, 2018  Tags:   Posted in: Occidental Observer  Comments Closed

Victory, Italian-Style

It’s no secret that European politics has been steadily shifting to the right in recent years. The Social-Democratic and Socialist center-left has been collapsing across Europe. There has been a concurrent rise of the hard left and of the nationalist right, although power is mostly now held by the (useless) center-right. There have been breakthroughs […]

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Kombatting Kavanaugh: Rape-Hysteria and the Void of Vagynocracy

Is “feminist intellect” an oxymoron? Is Vagynocracy — the vagina-worshipping, gynaecocratic cult of feminism — an intellectual and ethical void? Countless feminists certainly seem determined to prove so. I’m not a fan of the American judge Brett Kavanaugh and I’m suspending judgment about whether his appointment to the Supreme Court will be a Good Thing. […]

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October 12, 2018  Tags:   Posted in: Occidental Observer  Comments Closed

Review: Julius Evola’s “The Myth of the Blood: The Genesis of Racialism”

The Myth of the Blood: The Genesis of Racialism Julius Evola Arktos, 2018. My history with Julius Evola is proof that first impressions aren’t everything. I was in my mid 20s before I picked up my first volume by the Italian philosopher – a nicely presented hardback edition of Revolt Against the Modern World. I’d […]

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September 21, 2018  Tags:   Posted in: Occidental Observer  Comments Closed

What is “Nazism”?

For an intelligent and well-educated man, Barack Obama says some incredibly stupid things.  Speaking to a college campus on September 7, on the topic of the many failings of the Trump presidency, and in particular his response to the alt-right, white nationalist Charlottesville rally in 2017, Obama denounced Trump for not clearly and unconditionally denouncing […]

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September 17, 2018  Tags:   Posted in: Occidental Observer  Comments Closed

Riga, Latvia

The nationalist ethnostate, in all of its glory! Seriously, no brown people here. Not even of the tourist variety. Gloomy though. And the people don’t really help the atmosphere. They’re quite… prickly. Even the ones who are paid to smile while they bring you your food and drink. They don’t seem to keen on being […]

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September 17, 2018  Tags:   Posted in: Occidental Observer  Comments Closed

“Racism is a Crime, Not an Opinion”: Jewish Goyophobia and the War on White

  It would sound better in Russian or Chinese: Le racisme n’est pas une opinion, le racisme est un délit – “Racism is not an opinion, racism is a crime.” It doesn’t sound good in French, language of liberty and the Enlightenment. But I’d guess those words come from an outsider who is both Francophone […]

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September 13, 2018  Tags:   Posted in: Occidental Observer  Comments Closed

Is Antisemitism Dead? A Philosophical Consideration

Around six months ago, the influential Oxford Handbooks series published a print and online entry on “The Radical Right and Antisemitism.” The author of the entry is Ruth Wodak, a Jewish academic in Critical Discourse Studies at England’s Lancaster University. I have to confess to having never before heard of this discipline. Unsurprisingly, however, it […]

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September 13, 2018  Tags:   Posted in: Occidental Observer  Comments Closed


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