The village – Wim Sonneveld

The Village by Wim Sonneveld may very well be one of the most romantic anti-modernist Dutch songs I have ever heard. It came out on the 18th of may 1974. Right around the time it must have started to become clear to people in the Dutch countryside that technology was changing the culture even outside the cities. It gives a sense of the confusion that older men who had seen different times must have experienced seeing their villages change so suddenly and rapidly.

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Podcast: A Discussion on a new Political Paradigm

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I’m not really happy with how this podcast came out, I feel like I still didn’t get the whole point across. So, I’m working on an in-depth article to see if I can get the Idea out there in the end.

Sweden vs. Hungary: To be or to Be Replaced?

Why does a Swedish minister feel the need to attack another country’s birthrate policies? Why does she risk causing an international row by calling that country’s policies reminiscent of national-socialist ones? The answer is simple: this was not a message to Hungary, or other countries wishing to implement similar policies to boost native birthrates in lieu of fiscally expensive and socially costly immigration policies. This was a message to natives in Sweden primarily, reassuring them: only bad Nazis want to support the native population that is meant to inherit the nation. 

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All Hives Matter?

On the importance of securing a future for the existence of native and wild bees  

“Save the Bees” is a slogan that we have heard left and right in the last couple of years. The bee, in many ways, has been morphed into a symbol of ecosystems suffering under our destructive modern agricultural practices. This agricultural system is now causing the loss of one of its own most important cornerstones: pollinators that ensure our crops, orchards and flowers blossom anew each year, for which bees play a vital role. The chief trigger for this concern was a series of years around 2006-2013 in the United States as well as Europe in which many bee-hives experienced very high rates of mortality, especially throughout winters, with millions of colonies dying in a short amount of time. In China, some regions had to pollinate crops by hand because their bee-colonies were not able to pollinate sufficiently anymore.

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Der Fall Amerika

As a European, I was taught to dislike Americans from a young age. In school and through cultural osmosis one is thought to look down on these cultureless, backwards savages with their guns, their Christian dogmatism, their unrefined tastes, their consumerism and obesity, their racism. The far left bias in European schools is undeniable. They inculcate in young European people a sense of dislike for Americans that verges on the irrational. Europeans feel a sense of snobbery and superiority over Americans. Now, years later and having become a traditionalist and a nationalist, I have learned to hone this irrational feeling into a finely tuned anti-American religious fervor. For reasons that are both the same as often as they are different from why leftists hate America. I will explain why Americans are generally disliked by both European leftists and nationalists. And how I think America can revert this.

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Against Escapism

The issue with fleeing reality into video games, sci-fi and fantasy novels

Escapism is one of the major issues plaguing young white men. Hardly any young white man is not a gamer of some sort. If not a gamer, he immerses himself in board games and novels of fantasy or sci-fi. The more disciplined and intelligent of them might use this to develop some skills, such as the boy who learns to build computers and learns to code to better run his games, or the boy who reads sci-fi and becomes interested in physics and technology and starts reading actual scientific works or developing rudimentary technical skills. But these are far and few between, the vast majority are passive consumers. As in anything, the majority is passive and a few are born to be more skilled, ambitious and to achieve more and strive higher. This is exactly why a society needs guidance and institutions to maintain social cohesion. Leave individuals on their own and some few will still have achievements, overcoming all obstacles, and others will end up weighing in at 200kg unable to leave their house.

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The Conquest of Tolerance: on the Morocco Tourist Murders

To begin with, let me say that I have not watched the recently surfaced video of two young female Scandinavian tourists being executed by Islamic State vermin. Whether you have watched the video, read the description making the rounds, or simply heard the now-known facts, people’s reactions vary. The reactions I’ve come across vary from rage against the barbaric jihadists who committed the deed to cynical responses to the girl’s naiveté suggesting they had paid the inevitable price for it.

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AFL #7 “OpRutte” roepen de gele hesjes

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SALI #2 – Ulysses Pact against the sirens of distraction

The name Ulysses pact comes from an Greek Myth by Homer, the Odyssey. In this myth at some point the protagonist Ulysses (which is Latin it’s Odysseus in Greek) wants to hear the siren song. However it is commonly known that no man is able to resist the call of the sirens. Thus he makes a pact with his crew. Whilst they all stuff their ears with beeswax so as not to be able to hear the song, he is bound to the mast and the crew promise not to untie him until well out of range of the sirens. 

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