Greg Johnson is joined by Martin Lichtmesz and F. Roger Devlin to discuss Lichtmesz’s book Ethnopluralismus: Kritik und Verteidigung (Ethnopuluralism: Critique and Defense). Topics include:
Toward A New Era of Nation-States, Part IV: The Ancient Greeks, Jews, & Universal Doctrines
Excerpt from part one of Synthesis of a Doctrine of Race (1941). Translator anonymous.
Racialism presents itself as greater than nationalism, because to feel of the same race, even when this expression is meant to be more of a myth than a reality, is greater than to feel as being of the same nation. As a political myth, race is the living nation, which is not enclosed in abstract, judicial or territorial limits, (more…)
German philosopher and critic Johann Gottfried von Herder (1744–1803) developed the concept of romantic or organic nationalism, a form of ethnic nationalism in which the state derives its political legitimacy from historic cultural or hereditary groups. The underlying assumption is that every ethnicity should be politically distinct. Herder’s ideas on the subject were expressed in his theory of the Volksgeist. (more…)
Why We Fight: Manifesto of the European Resistance
Translated by Michael O’Meara
Arktos Media, 2011
An ethnic ensemble — biological, historical, cultural — with a territory, its fatherland, in which it is rooted. (more…)
Note: The following short synthesis of Schmitt’s classic essay The Concept of the Political stems, in part, from a recent discussion with the Bay Area Nationalist Book Club.
However it is posed, the question of the political is always about the most important issue facing every people.
The political, though, is not to be confused with “politics” or “party-politics,” which speaks to individual or special interest in parliamentary gas houses.