Any man in revolt is better than no man in revolt. Any act of aggression against the State provides spaces for other similar acts, as well as opportunities to observe the State’s responses to those acts. Think like wolves watching the pulsations and undulations of a herd, probing for weaknesses and vulnerabilities.
5. Certainly against the passive, slavish, and moral Last Man, Mussolini proposed a new form of productive and warring nobility; but he also knew that the content of such noble humanity was exceedingly rare, and that the expression that gave rise to its form – namely trincerocrazia (trenchocracy) – was only an answer to democrazia… Continue Reading
1. Think back to how it used to be for you … how exciting and exhilarating – how accelerating!: experiencing at once so many forms of self-overcoming – attacking the contemporary world’s overcode, even if only at the slightest level – like arditi and squadristi, freikorps and Stoßtrupp, who rushed so far ahead of what… Continue Reading
A new essay, “The Pathos of Proximity: Violent Writing Part One,” has been published in Trigger Warning, Issue #5: The Dystopia Issue. Before anyone sends me more hate mail for continuing to associate with Rachel Haywire, please note that any collective radical enough for James LaFond is worthy of my time. While a quick perusal… Continue Reading
Having just stated that Romanità, and its uses by Evola and fascism, is a form political modernism, I must make clear why I continue to call it counter-modern. As I explained in the Introduction, fascism is a complex mixture of political modernism and counter-modern, or Counter-Enlightenment, philosophy. In other… Continue Reading
When they said, “Rachel, one must be this or that,” she replied that she is neither, or both. When they said, “Patience, parties, movements, and a well-established hierarchy are necessary for our triumph,” she said, “We need instead riots, total war, and the destruction of the totems that have created your priestly relationship with life.”… Continue Reading