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Stumbling Bricks & Sigurds Blood

The European and internationalist elites have deluded themselves into thinking that we have arrived at our ‘final destination’. Our civilization has arrived at a point in its intellectual development that is entirely unnatural, even within the cycles of flourishing and decline of civilizations (as those analyzed by Oswald Spengler). It sees itself as “special” – but not in the way that all others nations of the past or present do.

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Dangerous growth of MGTOW

If you look at Google trends today with the search terms “Alt-Right” and “MGTOW” you’ll see that over the course of the past couple of months MGTOW caught up to and shot beyond the Alt-Right in terms of searches. MGTOW searches have yet to surpass the Alt-Right peak of Charlottesville however this is only a matter of time. This however, is not a great indicator of absolute size as much more MGTOW media tends to have that word in it’s title and thus more MGTOW search for the word MGTOW than white nationalists search for the word Alt-Right. My personal guess would be that for now the Alt-Right is about 3x or 4x more numerous than MGTOW

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Free Markets & Free Will

The base premise of the austrian school of economics is free will and the capacity of an individual to know what it wants. Out of this main axiom through praxeology the doctrine concludes that the best system of human civilisation is to as much as possible protect the liberty and capacity for the individual to make as many choices as possible. Because logically left to its own devices the individual would make exactly these choices that would result in him achieving full self-actualization. Assuming he is not the only individual in the universe all interactions/transactions he would make with others would only happen if they were mutually beneficial. This is why libertarians dislike the state, in their minds it is bad for any institution not to have to abide by these rules and thus be able to force non-mutually beneficial transactions (taxes) as well as forcing constraints (laws and regulations) onto possible interactions thus limiting the individual in its capacity to achieve self-actualization. Continue reading Free Markets & Free Will