The Price of Heroes

For Homer, Athena is the coming together of every force necessary for heroic action to conquer the moment at hand. She is an ethical approach to life, one unburdened by a necessarily moralistic conformity to Form and Tradition. She is life in all of its glorious natural perfection, in direct opposition to the universal law… Continue Reading


The Revolt? No, ma’am. I’m Revolting.

Drunken Exposition on Imperium Europa On October 30, 2013 Dana Roccapriore hosted me for an episode of his radio show Imperium Europa. Dana asked some familiar questions about my time in Rome and my essays published at Counter-Currents, but also allowed me space to expound upon my current work and its relation to the revolutionary… Continue Reading


A sickness, perhaps

A sickness perhaps In the wake of my last paper published by Counter-Currents, a funny thing happened: I needed to get outside, to leave the books and computer, to allow my instincts something beyond toil. I suppose this is only funny in the context of my last paper (“Nietzsche, Physiology, and Transvaluation”), which was an… Continue Reading


The Ardito’s 10 Commandments

1. Ardito! Your name means courage, force, and loyalty; your mission is victory at any cost. Be proud to show the whole world that nobody can resist the Italian soldier. Think of the jewels you are defending with your valor: the freedom of your families, the beauty of your country, and the wealth of your… Continue Reading


Recently published: Lycurgus and the Spartan State

Counter-Currents has published the second part of my series on vitality. Sparta is of interest to men like us for obvious reasons. But, while 300 has made it’s warrior culture a central romantic narrative of the New Right, little is actually known about the content of the Spartan warrior state. Although this paper primarily seeks… Continue Reading


Comments as Ochlocracy

This morning provided yet another example of the depth and beauty of life in the company of Nietzsche. Even though I have a small-fortune in books – grad school was just another way to feed my voracious appetite for reading, you see – none of them provide a gratification as instant and profound as I… Continue Reading