What is Traditionalism?

Traditionalism in theory and practice, explained contextually in a secular and metaphysical sense. This article is subject to change. →Read more

The Ridiculous Fallacy of “Crony Capitalism”

There are many people who laugh at the premise that “real communism has never been tried,” and rightfully so. However simultaneously hold the conflicting belief that market monopolies are somehow formed via an abstract mechanism known as “crony capitalism.” The truth is that there exists a power vacuum for all libertarian societies, wherein the only two sources of authority that can be used to fill said vacuum lies in either the private or public sector. […] →Read more

A Theory of Socioemotional Archetypes

My theory states that that there exist 3 forms of socioemotional cultural archetypes: Pre-emotional, Emotional, Post-emotional; Pre-emotional includes most African tribes and culture. Human(s) which lack the concept of emotion and are driven by self-preservation. Pre-emotional people(s) lacks the faculty of divine virtue in either thought, action or even to articulate a facade of virtue. And hence pre-emotional people(s) lacks the faculty of art, empathy or sentimentality. This translates into the inability to sustain a […] →Read more

Is National Socialism the Same as Leftist Socialism?

This article was adapted from an answer by Paul White on Quora. There are two sides, both of which have a fundamental failure to understand the reality the nature of socialism of National Socialism. On the one hand you have conservatives who argue that there is literally no difference between the two, and on the other hand you have leftists who argue that there is absolutely nothing socialist about it and is just capitalism because […] →Read more

Something Happened to The News in 2013

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Can Industrial Technology and Freedom Really Coexist?

It’s been a few years since I first read prof. Kaczynski’s writings about the industrial revolution and its consequences. But I can’t help but notice that his works are more relevant than ever. Especially in the age of the so called “COVID-19 Pandemic,” with governments exerting ever more stringent technocratic measures against our bodily sovereignty and freedom of assembly. So called “experts” have flooded the mainstream airwaves with vaccine propaganda, hit-pieces against alt-facts and have […] →Read more

It’s Time To Build Our Own Economy

The problem with the American Populist movement is that it was centralized. Centralized movements give the enemy a central attack vector to target and overcome. One man, who took on the weight of the world, became the sole focus of both the enemy and of the American Populist movement itself for over five years. The oligarchs removed that one man from the entire internet, then they removed him from office. Everyone knows this, we all […] →Read more

“Capitalism is Great!”, Inc.

Many socialists and Marxist criticize capitalism through the lens of materialism, critical theory and class struggle in an attempt to instate their vision of an utopian communist society. The purposes of this article is not to parrot some idealistic theory, but to explain the relationship between capitalism, socialism and namely: how their end goals are one and the same. The Conservative Praise of Capitalism There seems to be a prevalent theme throughout the entirety of […] →Read more

Metaphysical Colonialism

Colonialism – A Grey Area The subject of colonialism lies in the gray area since any absolutism is not necessarily derived from the process of the pursuit of truth. Although the pursuit of truth itself is objectively contrary to the purported objective of Christianity, which is to return to and become one with the tree of life and not with the tree of knowledge of good and evil. However, in the context of the material […] →Read more

The Unifying Logos Between Christianity and Indo-Aryan Spirituality

Many often believe Christianity to be somehow related to Judaism, hence the usage of the term “Judeo-Christian” is perceived by many as an accurate descriptor of the Christian Logos. But is this really the case? An Unfair World? A distinct contrasting quality between Christianity and Indo-Aryan spirituality is that Christians believes the world (i.e. the physical world) to be inherently unfair. Indo-Aryan spirituality, in contrast is premised on the belief that the world is inherently […] →Read more