Category Archives: Death of the West

Children

“Children existed solely to inherit a man’s trade, his moral code and his property. This was taken for granted among the aristocracy, but merchants, craftsmen and peasants also bought into the idea, so it became the norm at every level … Continue reading

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Rod Dreher’s Implicitly White Weekend

Rod Dreher reports on his Weekend At The (implicitly white) Bruderhof, which saw Ross Douthat discussing Patrick Deneen (Why Liberalism Failed) thesis: Douthat said there’s tension between that prescription and the description Deneen gives of a late modern civilization that … Continue reading

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Dreher Getting Closer to the Fire

Like the inexorable push towards mortality, Rod Dreher’s red-pilling inches forward: The point is to say that the myths that held us together — a common religion, a common history — are badly frayed, and it’s doubtful that they can hold … Continue reading

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Collins: “Why Isn’t Self-Destruction Immoral?”

Hubert Collins has a very good, very personal essay in Social Matter titled “Why Isn’t Self-Destruction Immoral?” He really gets to the essence of where we are culturally. Collins is focused on the long game. Highly recommended. Game quote: “Gregory … Continue reading

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Greg Johnson – White Extinction

Here is a nice 3 minute montage featuring Greg Johnson discussing the very real, bio-evolutionary dynamics of a looming white extinction.

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The Atlantic: “The Rise of Anti-Liberalism”

In The Atlantic, the essay “The Rise of Anti-Liberalism” starts off promising, but quickly goes off the rails. This is likely due to the writer’s name being Shadi Hamid. Submission is still very clearly a dystopian novel—an increasingly popular genre these … Continue reading

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Hood on the Portraits

Gregory Hood weighs in on the Mr. & Mrs. Obama “Affirmative-Action Portraits”: Third-rate portraits portend a Third-World nation. When the collapse begins, people generally don’t realize it. Rarely do statesmen acknowledge the Golden Age of their nation has passed; every … Continue reading

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The New Republic: “The Notorious Book that Ties the Right to the Far Right”

In The New Republic, Sarah Jones has a piece on the “garish racism” of Jean Raspail’s more-salient-than-ever novel Camp of the Saints (1973). I have 49 of the better quotes and passages from the novel here.

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The Looming Imperial City

In a post where he notes a state-level correlation between average IQ & average credit rating, AE writes: The more intelligent the population, the more smoothly things run. Keep this in mind as leftists continue to clamor for the unfettered … Continue reading

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Acknowledging Aspects of ‘Race Realism’ ≠ Nazism

As I have noted on this site on several different occasions (and through a long-form piece in Counter-Currents titled “The Red Pilling of Rod Dreher”), I take Rod Dreher to be a shining example of the limits of Civic Nationalism … Continue reading

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