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A new day for Cuba? Golden Dawn representatives visit NYC 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
 

A new day for Cuba?

Golden Dawn representatives visit NYC

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

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What we want is not freedom but its appearances. It is for these simulacra that man has always striven. And since freedom, as has been said, is no more than a sensation, what difference is there between being free and believing ourselves free? — E. M. Cioran

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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OPINION: The Treatment of Edward Snowden Puts American Totalitarianism on Show

21 June 2013

The case of Edward Snowden has recently become international news. Snowden, a 30-year old American technical contractor and CIA employee is accused of treason for leaking details of classified NSA mass surveillance programs to the media, and has become one of many in a laundry list of individuals who have been targeted by the American […]

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Posted in Current Events, Most Recent, North America, Politics3 Comments

Against Psychology

04 June 2013

The social sciences, sociology and psychology, are relatively new fields of study. In the past, the soul was considered the basis of emotion and reason, but in the absence of traditional faith and spirituality, post-Enlightenment man has sought to find the reasons why man and society work as they do. Of course, in our age, […]

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Posted in Culture, Most Recent, Science, Society6 Comments

A Critique of the Men’s Rights Movement

10 May 2013

The issue of Men’s Rights has recently come a long way since it first branched off from the men’s liberation movement in the early 1970’s.  Formed in response to second-wave feminism, the MRM often opposes what they feel to be societal changes sought by feminists.  Today, the Men’s Right’s Movement continues to gain traction among in […]

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The Freedom-Worshippers

11 April 2013

Freedom, as a general concept is often taken for granted in this so-called modern world.  In the modern political language, nations are either “free or not free”; the governments that manage them are either “friends” or “enemies” of freedom, as are the persons living in them.  For those living in the Far West, this notion […]

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The Importance of Appearance

19 March 2013

In traditional societies, clothing reflected ones rank and place in society, and identified one. Its function was not merely to clothe a naked person but also to  beautify him or her. While it always reflected ones outward place it also reveals something on ones internal character. Thus clothing was both protection from the elements and an […]

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Riding the Tiger remembers Hugo Chavez

08 March 2013

Riding the Tiger today remembers Hugo Chavez and extends our deepest sympathies to the Venezuelan people on the loss of their leader. His death on Tuesday March 5th, after a long struggle with cancer could not have come at a worse time, both for his own people and internationally. Hugo Chavez first shot to prominence […]

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El lanzamiento de cohetes coreano y la disuasión nuclear

20 December 2012

La República Popular Democrática de Corea lanzó con éxito el cohete Unha-3 y se colocó un satélite en el espacio. Esta es sin duda una gran victoria para el pueblo coreano, y una bofetada a la cara a los intereses imperialistas y globalistas.  Este logro demuestra lo que un pueblo decidido puede hacer aun frente […]

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