Archive | May, 2012

Is Southern Agrarianism America’s Final Hope?

If there is any hope for the future of America, it lies in the South. While it is duly noted that the American spirit, generally speaking, is different from that of the Old World, in that it is more libertarian, it is in the South that there is yet a semblance — though arguably an obscured […]

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RidingTheTiger.org Remembers Julius Evola

Julius Evola, was born on this day in 1898 in Rome.  The descendant of a noble Sicilian family, he was named Giulio Cesare Andrea Evola, and fought in World War I as an artillery officer on the Asiago plateau.  In his early career, he was an artist, and briefly was a member of the futurist […]

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Against Esperanto, or Kontraŭ Esperanto

Many, many years ago, had the unique experience of learning the “international” language of Esperanto.  My school district, being located in a progressive pocket of suburban America, had somehow caught wind of this minor fad, and made the efforts to teach it to us.  In those fledgling days of the Internet, our teachers said, a universal language […]

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In the defense of Chivalry

A number of men’s right’s activists have made it a point to decry “chivalry” in modern society.  Among their grievances are the social obligation to hold doors open for women, or to carry out certain tasks which are considered tasteful among polite society.  Such men’s rights activists reason that, since women in modern times believe themselves […]

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