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by David Sims REGARDING the political pressure on the government of Hong Kong by landowners in the country, the libertarian (who sometimes just barely wets his toes in the waters of race realism) Stefan Molyneux asserts that “It’s a political problem, so you can’t blame capitalism.”…
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[T]he power of the hero… [W]hat we need is not more people telling us that ‘they will change things from the inside and take over a mainstream party’ but a new political messiah. by Karl Radl IRVING E. COX’S 1955 science fiction novella, The Cartels Jungle,  tells the story of how a newly retired…
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by David Sims “I’m not sure what the long-term effect is of everyone playing games where meritocracy is actually a system that works.” Matt Lees, a London-based gaming journalist (and Marxist propagandist). MERITOCRACY is a characteristic of any economic system that works,…
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by David Sims IN YEARS ending in 1, raise the price of a loaf of bread. In years ending in 2, cheapen the ingredients. For example, increase the sawdust in the dough from 1% to 2%. In years ending in 3, decrease the length of loaves by 5 millimeters (and slice the bread thinner to keep the number of slices the…
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by Leon Degrelle The First Years of the Third Reich I. Who Would End the Bankruptcy? “We have the power. Now our gigantic work begins.” THOSE WERE HITLER’S words on the night of January 30, 1933, as cheering crowds surged past him, for five long hours, beneath the windows of the Chancellery…
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IN HIS NEW TOME Suicide of the West, Jonah Goldberg refers to the miracle of Western civilization as “capitalism.” While it is generally true that the nations that have most readily embraced the free market and free enterprise are indeed the freest today, even that statement comes with asterisks galore.…
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by Dissident Millennial From Fred Reed: In my capacity of shade-tree anthropologist at large, I am trying to make sense of the far Left. It is tough sledding. Most of it makes as much sense as lug nuts on a birthday cake. Help me. I am really confused. I can’t see that the Left actually is Left. I mean, the Left…
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by David Sims I’VE BEEN contemplating capitalists and their pet-poodle philosophers, like Ayn Rand and Stefan Molyneux. The imagery here goes like this: Capitalist: “Capitalism is the best. It always works. Isn’t that right, Fluffy?” Fluffy says “Arf!”…
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THE UNITED STATES spends far more on its military than any other nation on Earth, but very soon, it will not be the top expenditure of the US government. Rather, usurious interest rates and years of mounting debts mean that soon, payments to the bankers on the “debt” they created out of nothing…
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From Chapter 10 of Politische Fibel by Hansjoerg Maennel, 16th (1940) edition. Translated by Hadding Scott, 2011 Marxism or Nationalism MARXISM STANDS FOR DEMOCRACY, the International, Pacifism, and the Class Struggle with the goal of the abolition of private ownership. The founder of this doctrine…
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