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Category Archives: fascism

Trevor Blake: Letter from Simon Sheppard

New readers: here’s my first essay on the Heretical Two, here’s my exhaustive timeline of the Heretical Two. This just in from Simon Sheppard, one of the Heretical Two: Actually there are some interesting aspects of my license conditions on that front.  I have a strong suspicion that they were written by one of the […]

Trevor Blake: What Sort of Man Reads OVO?

Image c/o Retronaut. Thanks to the following for linking to OVO. Eithin links to Liberating Wednesday. Monday Vatican links to The Concordant Story. Financial Advices Blog links to The Bonus Army. Rambone at Indiana Gun Owners links to The Bonus Army. The American Book of the Dead links to Unspeakable Horrors.

Peter Lamborn Wilson – Back to 1911 Movement Manifesto: Telephone

Those who long to live in 1911 choose that year – really any year from 1890 to 1914 would be equally ok – just because it’s safely in the middle of that long lingering last “decade” of the long 19th Century – which was also the first heroic decade of true modern radicalism – e.g. […]

Peter Lamborn Wilson – Back to 1911 Movement Manifesto: On (Type) Writing

The years between the death of Nietzche (& Queen Victoria) & 1914 constitute a dawn of Modernism that never happened into day. Instead it was smashed to nihil by the one long war (1914 – 1989) of the ghastly XXth Century. The liberté libre of trends like Symbolism, Expressionism, anarchism / socialism, lebensreform, Cosmicism etc. […]

Robert Spencer versus Antifa in Stuttgart, Germany

“I came here from the United States of America to stand for freedom, with all free people, against the forces of oppression and darkness that you all are representing. I came here in order to stand with the people who are fighting for the freedoms that make it possible for you to do what you […]