Ricky & the Tiki Boys

Last weekend full-time agitator Richard Spencer and other malcontents staged a rally in Charlottesville, Virginia optimistically named “Unite the Right,” with the ostensible purpose of protecting a statue of Robert E. Lee. As predicted by many, the rally accomplished nothing of substance and attracted violent opposition from leftist thugs. Someone drove his car into a…

What is Social Justice?

  In a just polis, leaders do not encourage people to hate each other, for they know that harmony is health. In a just polis, those who agitate people to resentment or hatred are imprisoned as traitors, for they produce disharmony. In a just polis, the people trust that legitimate grievances can be redressed through…

Counter-Revolution

We shall build and cultivate an organic state or states that will gradually replace this one as it breaks up, similar to the way that Kingdoms of Europe that sprang up to fill the gaps in the receding Western Roman Empire.

On Real Will

A recent discussion on the subject of hate had turned contentious. One man, quite attached to his negative emotions, had insisted that hate of evil could be dispassionate and righteous. Aristokles pointed out that therein lay a trap; once one has justified hating evil, one soon begins to hate that which is merely adverse to one’s person.

From Orlando to Utopia

A Serious Multicultural Proposal – Freedom is what we’re all about in America. That’s why gay people have rights, thank goodness. They have the right to hold regular jobs and get married, and openly advertise their public debaucheries. They even have the legal perk of being able to force anyone they want to make them…

The Fungibility of Rage

  After the mass shooting in San Bernadino in December of 2015, the media displayed a baffling level of confusion. Was this a terrorist attack by radical Islamists, or an act of workplace violence by an American citizen? For several days it didn’t seem to occur to anyone in the mainstream press that it could…