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A new day for Cuba?

Two days ago President Obama announced an easing of economic restrictions with Cuba, signaling the beginning of the end of five decades of the American Embargo. This news was greeted with many in Cuba and those who sympathized with Cuba with elation as something that should have happened years ago, while the Cuban exile community […]

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Golden Dawn representatives visit NYC

Last weekend, two representatives from the Golden Dawn party of Greece arrived in NYC to tour the Greek American community here in Astoria and meet their supporters. General Giorgios Epitideios now an MEP for the party and Michalis Giannagkonas, West Attica Division leader. People are growing tired of the criminal regimes of the EU, with […]

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More Media Hypocrisy: Ferguson and Gaza

Two events that have dominated the news in the past several weeks have been the Israeli assault on Gaza and the mass unrest in Ferguson, Missouri.  What is striking though, is not so much the events in and of themselves, but the way in which the media has covered them.  Media deception and distortion is nothing […]

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The Traditionalist Youth Network: An Interview with Matt Heimbach

  While these are bleak times for the youth in the United States and western civilization in general, some voices still  raise the banners of tradition against the modern world and all its ills. Matthew Heimbach is one of these voices. He has made a name for himself in a few years as a political […]

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Propaganda in the “Free and Impartial” Media

The power of media has been discussed here oftentimes before, but every now and then a story appears which warrants a revisit. The ability to shape public opinion has been harnessed by the establishment to create a climate in which the most ridiculous notions — the  so-called “Big Lie” — and disinformation are repeated so often that […]

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On Autarky

In traditional society, it is the principle of autarky, or self sufficiency, which guides economic development. That is to say, political and cultural development guides economics. Generally speaking, states raised money as needed to conduct specific campaigns, public works, and general maintenance of roads and public buildings. The idea of centering political and cultural developments […]

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Democracy, Tyranny, and the Third Position

I. The Tragedy of Our Age It is an undisputed fact that we are living in a time of extreme liberal hegemony. Liberalism, once the dominion of Jacobin revolutionaries, has become status quo. Democracy and individualism are unquestioned dogmas, held sacrosanct among the institutions that hold the reigns of society. Such a hegemony is not […]

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The Persecution of Golden Dawn

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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American warmongers fix their gaze on Syria

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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Commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution

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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