Month: April 2015

Why the American System of Education is Fraudulent

By Aleksey Bashtavenko Academic Composition John Dewey famously argued that an educated populace is the backbone of a Democratic society. The school of thought he espoused has been known as “progressive education” which promoted egalitarianism, intellectual creativity and above all, a pro-Democratic mentality. Dewey stood fiercely opposed to […]

Robert Stark interviews Jared Taylor

Robert Stark interviews Jared Taylor Robert Stark and guest cohost Robert Lindsay interview founder and editor of American Renaissance Jared Taylor Topics include: Report from Saint Petersburg: Jared Taylor’s account of the Russian Conservative Forum which featured Nationalist Parties from all over  Europe How Jared viewed the main purpose of the event […]

Jeff Berwick on Escaping Amerika

Jeff is interviewed by the inestimable Chris Cantwell for Some Garbage Podcast, topics include: police state savagery, victimless crimes, US foreign intervention, apalling state worship in the west, fight or flight with the US, expatriation, the Anarchapulco conference, police aggression not tolerated in Mexico, Mexico in an economic […]

Varieties of Anarchism

Delivered by Professor Denis McManus (Head of Philosophy, Head of Research) Anarchism has taken many different forms over the centuries but this talk will look at one way in which modern anarchists can be seen as falling into two broad camps: individualistic and communal anarchists. While sharing some […]

Anarchy in the USA! (and everywhere else)

In this edition of the Roundtable, James Corbett, Sibel Edmonds and Peter B. Collins welcome Andrew Gavin Marshall for a discussion of his recent podcast on “Anarchy, Socialism and Free Markets.” We talk about anarchism as a philosophy and what it really entails, as well as how […]

Neo-Reaction as a Limit-Experience

The New Reaction by Rachel Haywire Arktos Media, 66 pages Available for purchase from Amazon here Reviewed by Keith Preston Rachel Haywire’s The New Reaction is a collection of fifteen relatively short writings offering amusingly iconoclastic bits of cultural criticism from the perspective of someone with a well-developed […]

Our Enemies, the Saudis

It’s time the US gave these Bronze Age douchebags the toss. By Justin Raimondo Antiwar.Com Let’s get this straight: Saudi Arabia is Al Qaeda. If there was any doubt about that, the Kingdom’s invasion of Yemen makes it plain as day. The Los Angeles Times reports: “A brazen […]

Do Big Corporations Control America?

Contrary to the claims of this vulgar libertarian piece, yes, they do. This article is a reminder of why libertarians need a better to economics than Ayn Rand’s recycling of Social Darwinism. “A key claim of the partisans of this view–who originally called themselves Progressives–is that large corporations […]

The Obama Doctrine

Is a split emerging among the Anglo-American-Zionist-Wahabist axis between the Atlanticist wing and the Israeli-Saudi wing? By Pat Buchanan Taki’s Magazine At the Summit of the Americas where he met with Raul Castro, the 83-year-old younger brother of Fidel, President Obama provided an insight into where he is […]

Yes, Libertarians Really Are Lazy Marxists

An interesting critique of orthodox libertarianism from a Marxist perspective by a U.K. economics student. Unlearning Economics I have only really just started studying Marxism in depth (though I am stopping short of Capital for now). Subsequently, while reading Bertell Ollman‘s Alienation: Marx’s Conception of Man in a […]

Who is Alexander Dugin?

An interesting discussion of Dugin’s ideas from Canadian television. Vladimir Putin’s name is known throughout the world. Alexander Dugin’s name, not so much. But to people in the know, Alexander Dugin is a very important name, as the Russian public intellectual says what Putin thinks. The Agenda examines […]