Walls Must Be Felled

Walls Must Be Felled Counter-Currents has published part three of my continuing examination of Deleuze and Guattari’s potential to influence what I am now calling the revolutionary Right, including the New Right, Right anarchism, and secessionism. This expansion is due in large part to Deleuze’s impact on my conception of the social and political forms of […]

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Bridges Must be Burned

Counter-Currents will soon publish the second part of my ongoing examination of the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari. This part is less speculative than the previous, and focuses exclusively on Deleuze’s “reversal of Platonism” and critique of representation and recognition as the bases of thought. Anyone who has been enjoying Collin Cleary’s review […]

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Setting my house on fire

“I’ve been thinking about setting my house on fire …” Counter-Currents published a new paper, “Deleuze, Guattari, and the New Right, Part One.” It is the beginning of what promises to be the most heretical and radical series of papers I have yet published; heretical because it rests on a convergence of the illiberal “postmodern” […]

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We are the real subalterns

Adam Smith’s contribution to the radicalization of the North American New Right cannot go underappreciated. Not only does it accurately present CasaPound for the first time in the English-speaking world, but it does so in a way that makes the weaknesses of the NANR abundantly clear. I’ve written a follow-up piece for tomorrow’s press that […]

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Brief Thoughts on the Arditi

This is a small excerpt from an upcoming paper. I just love the Arditi. They, along with the Decima Mas and Brigate Nere of the RSI, are the best examples of what a fascist man is supposed to be: courageous, strong, proud, violent, and honorable. In a pre-war attack on Socialist and bourgeois neutralists, Mussolini […]

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