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More Media Hypocrisy: Ferguson and Gaza

The Traditionalist Youth Network: An Interview with Matt Heimbach

Iranians Observe the 35th Anniversary of the 1979 Revolution

In Memoriam: Hiroo Onoda

Propaganda in the “Free and Impartial” Media

On Autarky

Democracy, Tyranny, and the Third Position

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The absolute ruler may be a Nero, but he is sometimes a Titus or Marcus Aurelius; the people are often Nero, but never Marcus Aurelius. — Antoine de Rivarol

RidingTheTiger Remembers Julius Evola

20 May 2014

On this day in 1898, Giulio Cesare Andrea Evola, known to English-speaking readers as Julius Evola, was born in Rome.  Seeing that the name of this website is taken from Evola’s book Cavalcare la Tigre, it is only fitting to pay tribute today to the profound thinker who has been a profound influences on both this website […]

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The Persecution of Golden Dawn

07 October 2013

The recent arrests of top Golden Dawn officials in Greece, along with talk of legislation banning the party, reveals once again the true face of the so called modern “liberal democracy”.  Images of police in balaclavas taking away Golden Dawn leader Nikos Michaloliakos and 17 others in handcuffs were splashed across the media, as the […]

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An Open Letter to Barack Obama From A Syrian Citizen

06 September 2013

Editor’s note: We recently received this correspondence from a Syrian citizen in response to our recent article about Syria.  The letter included along with it, a correspondence with Barack Obama, which we have reproduced at the request of the sender. To the Editor, As a Syrian, I was very pleased to read your article about […]

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American warmongers fix their gaze on Syria

01 September 2013

Just 10 years after the wasteful and pointless war in Iraq, and less than two years after the NATO backed war in Libya, the criminal Obama regime in Washington is once again beating the war drums and is dead set on targeting Syria. The pretext is all too familiar; the allegations of “chemical weapons being used on civilians” […]

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On Sports and Games

26 August 2013

Spectator sports have become an ubiquitous part of the modern world.  Anywhere one goes, one finds huge crowds drawn to stadiums or arenas, hoping to be entertained by their favorite teams.  Certainly, anyone who has lived for some time in England or America can state without any hesitation that spectator sports plays a massive role […]

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Agis IV, Sparta’s great reformer king

17 August 2013

All great cultures and nations that have arisen, and all those who are to come will one day decline and pass into history. This cyclical understanding is near universal. Societies do not decline however, entirely without an awareness of their decline. Like any organism that is sickly or wounded, society will show the symptoms of […]

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Totila, King of the Goths

08 August 2013

History can be indifferent to even the worthiest of men, and indeed many exemplary kings and men of renown languish in obscurity, known only to a few historians and specialists. Such is the case with the Ostrogothic King Totila who showed himself capable of overcoming nearly insurmountable odds without staining his name with luxury, avariciousness, […]

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Commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution

27 July 2013

Today RidingtheTiger.org remembers the Battle of Moncada Barracks and marks 60 years since the spark that set off the Cuban Revolution. It was on the 26th of July, 1953 that the young lawyer Fidel and a band of followers raided the military barracks in a brave but futile attempt to gather arms and overthrow Fulgencio […]

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Amerikos imperializmas ir jo remėjai

30 June 2013

Metu kai Jungtinės Amerikos Valstijos daugelyje pasaulio šalių veda agresyvius karus, Amerikos imperialistai vienodai nekenčiami įvairiausių klasių darbininkų, profesionalų ir intelektualų, yra svarbu suprasti kas yra imperialistinės Amerikos politikos vykdytojai ir kaip į šią problemą dera žiūrėti. Šiuolaikinio Amerikos imperializmo, kokį jį žinome šiandien, pradžia iškilo pasibaigus Antrajam pasauliniam karui Amerikos imperialistams okupavus Vokietiją ir […]

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Miyamoto Musashi’s Dokkodo

26 June 2013

Dokkodo (獨行道), roughly translated means  “The Path of Walking Alone,”  “The Path of Independence,” or “The Lone Path”/  Although the English translation does not give the title much justice, it is should be noted that this refers not to a path of nihilistic abandon, nor a path of misanthropy.  Misanthropes who have crossed beyond a certain […]

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