Rightist third-worldism is a tendency among people of the broadly understood Right — nationalists, New Rightists etc. — to take the side of the “Third World.” The Third World is understood by them very differently from its original meaning — that is, referring to those countries that were not on either side of the Cold War). (more…)
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The 2023 nationalist activist MVP of the year, Keith Woods, recently wrote an article on society and its ideal size and scale. It’s a very good article. Drawing from thinkers such as Aristotle, Rousseau, and Leopold Kohr, Woods — in a studious and methodical manner — showcases the argument in favor of societies and systems of government which maintain a small population. He is primarily, almost exclusively, concerned with the governance of society. (more…)
Noble patria, tu hermosa bandera
Expresión de tu vida nos da.
Bajo el límpido azul de tu cielo
Blanca y pura descanza la paz.
Noble homeland, your beautiful flag
Expresses for us your life.
Under the limpid blue of your skies
Peace reigns, white and pure. (more…)
A Deep Ecological Perspective on the Vulnerability of Eurodescendants
Deep ecology represents a significant shift in the way humans understand and interact with the environment. This movement is rooted in the belief that our current models of human engagement with nature are unsustainable and destructive. Arne Naess, a Norwegian philosopher, first developed the concept of deep ecology in the 1970s, and it has since grown into a powerful environmental and philosophical movement that has inspired many to adopt a more holistic and sustainable approach to environmental issues. (more…)
If any modern President would be the one to start mass deportations of illegal immigrants, halt legal immigration to a trickle, build a wall, and at least try to end birthright citizenship, it would have been Donald Trump. When Mr. Trump won, both his supporters and his detractors expected as much. For white advocates, Mr. Trump’s victory felt like a miracle that might save white America from total defeat. This “miracle” was something Peter Brimelow had been writing about for years: (more…)
I’m a pretty cold-hearted realist, but after such a buildup of how the Right has been losing again and again for over a century, I expected something perhaps a bit more stirring. Some call to arms, or flowering prose. Instead, you essentially offer “Who knows? Our luck may change; stranger things have happened.” (more…)