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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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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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Juche as a Third Positionist Ideology

Paul Shepard contributed to the writing of this article Juche is the state ideology of DPRK – the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. It is usually translated as “Self-Reliance,” or “the Spirit of Self Sufficiency,” but can be literally translated as “main body”.  The Juche Idea holds that the most important task of socialist construction […]

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Revolt Against the Moderates

Every so often here at RidingTheTiger, we get messages saying that we’re going too far, and that we need to tone down our rhetoric. Such people sometimes say that we are pushing away allies and making our message less popular through advocating a reactionary or “extreme” platform.  In a word, they wish that we would […]

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Ron Paul vs. the Media and Lobbyists

With the arrival of 2012, the American Presidential election is sure to be a topic which is on many people’s minds, both in America and abroad. Among the candidates, there is one person in particular who seems to earn the anger and vitriol of the media, special interest groups, and lobbyists.  That person is none […]

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Christopher Hitchens Dead at 62

Glória in excélsis Deo. The life-long, unrepentant Trotskyist polemicist and warmongering atheist known as Christopher Hitchens has died of esophageal cancer. Hitchens was a man of his time, an insignificant son of a World War Two British war criminal, who was catapulted to fame through his absolute hatred and intolerance of all things religious, while his […]

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We Must Hold Bayonets More Firmly

If we make it we can all sit back and laugh. But I fear tomorrow I’ll be crying… …Yes I fear tomorrow I’ll be crying. Note: The following is the transcript of a lecture given at National Taiwan University in Taipei, Taiwan.  The lecture was delivered in English, with an optional Mandarin Chinese translation provided […]

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The 99% are 99% Wrong!

The protests on Wall Street seem to have gained a great deal of momentum, not only in New York, but in other American cities as well, and are continuing to spread throughout the country.  Many of these protesters are fed up with the growing corruption of the government, corporations, and banks, and others seem to be angered by the […]

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Parasitism in the Land of Plenty

Americans, by most standards, are considered rather well off in comparison to the rest of the world.  The standard of living in the United States is one of the top 20 in the world by the standards economists use as measures of standards of living.  In the Human Development Index, which measures life expectancy, literacy, […]

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Faux-conservatism is an infantile disorder

Americans who are familiar with the two-party system labor erroneously under the delusion that the Democratic party represents “liberalism,” and the Republican party represents “conservatism.”  From within the ranks of each party, its respective members both claim that the other is inherently flawed in their ideology or policy.  This is where the divergence ends, however: both […]

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