Posts Tagged

Democracy

NewsPerspective

Below are excerpts from an essay by Greg Johnson which argues that American White Nationalists should position ourselves as the real, uncompromised, unvarnished representatives of the National Populism that got Trump elected rather than personally declare war on Trump himself. While I don’t
Read More
Classic Essays

by William Gayley Simpson WE TURN now to study the claims of the French revolutionists. These claims they undertook so to establish on abstract, innate, imprescriptible right that the zealot minds that follow them are rendered nearly impervious to evidence that their theories have failed in practice…
Read More
Classic Essays

by William Gayley Simpson THERE ARE TWO items in the record that might give the critic pause. One of these is the success of the United States. The other is French Revolutionary theory, which for the first time undertook to place its claims above the reach of any record and to found them on natural, inborn,…
Read More
Classic Essays

by William Gayley Simpson LET US BEGIN by looking at democracy’s record. The examples most commonly and confidently adduced are those of ancient Greece, and modern England, France, and the United States. Yet the record need not detain us very long. In the case of Greece, it may be questioned whether…
Read More
Classic Essays

by William Gayley Simpson IT SHOULD BE clear that the primary object to be sought by every healthy society and to be conserved by every sound and responsible government is something very different from the materialistic absorption in raising the standard of living of the masses. To be sure, the welfare…
Read More
Classic Essays

by William Gayley Simpson ONE MAY well doubt whether there is anything I can add concerning the respective merits of democracy and aristocracy that has not already been said by Aristotle, Plato, and Confucius — by Lecky, Arnold, Stephen, Maine, Carlyle, Ruskin, Burke, and Nietzsche; by Mairet, Cram,…
Read More
Classic Essays

by William Gayley Simpson Historically speaking, I believe there was no nation that could ever subsist on Democracy. This lesson will have to be learned under penalties. England will either have to learn it, or England will cease to exist among nations. (Thomas Carlyle) There were three principles…
Read More
Andrew HamiltonNewsOpinion

Inadvertently correct.
by Andrew Hamilton
MANY RACIALISTS believe that freedom of speech still exists and fundamental change in a positive direction can occur through the ballot box. Something, they feel, will wake people up and change things for the better. Rhodesians, South Africans, and many…
Read More
American Dissident VoicesAudioKevin Alfred StromRadio

American Dissident Voices broadcast of December 29, 2018 (the 27th anniversary of our show) by Kevin Alfred Strom I DON’T KNOW who made it, but there’s a great graphic (that looks like a panel from a comic book) that’s been making the rounds of the intelligent part of the Internet.…
Read More
Essays

Chapter 4
Democracy or Leadership Translated by Hadding Scott from the 16th (1940) edition of Hansjoerg Maennel’s Politische Fibel DEMOCRACY IS THE DOCTRINE of the equality of all human beings and of the ability of all human beings to govern themselves. (Democracy, Greek = rule by the folk,…
Read More