Part 1 here
This part of the interview was published in the XXXIV issue of the magazine Reconquista.
In this part, Jaroslaw will discuss metapolitics, Polish culture, music, art, his travels, and writing. (more…)
I have known Jaroslaw for a long time. He always impressed me as a highly erudite individual. We are both active in writing articles on the New Right and in various metapolitical organizations. We agreed to exchange interviews, so I will provide an interview for Szturm magazine and Jaroslaw for Reconquista. (more…)
If I wanted to provide an example of the Faustian spirit at work, I would probably point to the Asgardsrei festival. Just think about what would be the most extreme and difficult event to organize. A NSBM festival would be high on the list. After you organize it, authorities in your country attack it, and you become an unwanted and unwelcome person in your own fatherland. What do you do? You move to a different country and proceed with your work. (more…)
Nationalists often have a certain feeling of guilt. They know that the current political and social system is aimed at destroying all white nations. Thus, nationalists are perfectly aware that every dollar or euro they give to the system supports the goal of white genocide. And they are right. (more…)
This is it.
I believe that the European nationalist movement has passed stage one of its development and is now entering the next stage. (more…)
Asgardsrei Fest is currently one of the best known and most uncompromising events in the European black metal scene. The spirit of the festival is a voice of dissent against two trends of degeneration in black metal today.
Lately, some people I have worked with have invited me to learn a little about their new initiatives, namely “Refugees Welcome” NGOs. That was a chance I could not miss, and I decided to attend a few meetings. I can’t say that it was fun, but talking with these people on the formal and informal level was very informative.
To provide you with the proper context: the organizations I got the chance to know are all based in Poland, and they cooperate with other Central European NGOs, (more…)
The Left is Intellectually Inferior
While reading rightist (especially Alt-Rightist) literature or blogs I see a pervading conviction that the Left is intellectually superior to the Right. I think this conviction arises from the fact that most modern intellectuals are leftist, and that liberal academia and media distort the intellectual history of the West and pretend that it has always been this way. It is not true, and thanks to the work of various Alt-Right authors we know it. (more…)
Stranger in a Strange Land
For the last ten years I have been involved in the Right scene, mostly nationalist and traditionalist, both on the internet and in real life. I am perfectly aware of all the vices of this scene (the backstabbing, sectarianism, in-fighting, alcoholics, kooks, renegades) as I have experienced them first-hand. However, I am also perfectly aware of all the vices of the Left scene. (more…)
Part 4 of 4
Prison of the Nation does not cover Vladimir Putin’s era, but Shiropayev has criticized it in depth in his other writings. He considers Putin’s regime “Orthodox neo-Stalinism”: a mix of the worst elements of the Byzantine and the Bolshevik phases of the Project. It is a rule of commissars blessed by Orthodox clergy who are expanding the Empire at the cost of the white population of Russia, while promoting civic patriotism, race-mixing, alcoholism, and mysticism, (more…)
Part 3 of 4
The Red Terror: Lenin and the October Revolution
Prison of the Nation presents an original view of the Communist Revolution in Russia in 1917. (more…)
Part 2 of 4
The Archetype of the Tyrant: Ivan the Terrible
While Ivan III laid the foundations of an independent Russian kingdom (or rather a Muscovite Orthodox khanate) it was his grandson Ivan IV Vasilyevich, better known as Ivan the Terrible who created tsarist Russia and began the real Muscovite expansions of the 16th century.
Interview par Jarosław Ostrogniew; English original here
Tomasz Szczepański (Barnim Regalica) est né en 1964 à Szczecin (Pologne). Il est historien (doctorat en Lettres), écrivain, essayiste, et activiste. Défenseur du Zadruga (nationalisme païen polonais) et de la foi slave indigène.
Il a été un activiste anti-communiste depuis 1984, un membre du Parti Socialiste polonais illégal, et un membre de la Confédération de la Pologne Indépendante depuis 1987. De 1987 à 1989 il a dirigé le bulletin clandestin Intermarium. (more…)
Interview and translation by Jarosław Ostrogniew; French translation here
Tomasz Szczepański (Barnim Regalica) was born in 1964 in Szczecin (Poland). He is a historian (Ph.D. in humanities), writer, essayist, and activist, and an advocate of Zadruga (Polish pagan nationalism) and indigenous Slavic faith.
He was an anti-communist activist beginning in 1984, (more…)