Tagged: Identitarianism

Generation Identity vs Sea Shepherd 0

Generation Identity vs Sea Shepherd

A few years ago when “Whale Wars” was on tv I watched all the episodes. I had a love/hate relationship with the show. Part of me found it enjoyable to watch the drama on...

What Did You Do In The Great War Daddy? 0

What Did You Do In The Great War Daddy?

If you’re even mildly interested in history, you’ve probably seen the British World War I era propaganda poster of a child posing this question to his father. At the time, the poster was meant...

The Earlier You Engage A Problem… 0

The Earlier You Engage A Problem…

Let’s say your best friend is an avid fan of tobacco. In fact, he never consumes less than a whole pack of cigarettes every day. You on the other hand don’t partake. You have...

Worrying About Terrorism is Missing the Point 0

Worrying About Terrorism is Missing the Point

So, here we are yet again. Adherents of a particular religion have murdered innocent men, women and children in cold blood. Profile pictures are dutifully changed to include the flag of the affected country,...

Convincing Identitarian Arguments 0

Convincing Identitarian Arguments

Red Ice’s Lana yesterday published a video titled “Why I Don’t Want to Become a Minority”. I think she made a strong case for identitarianism. I’m currently in the middle of a personal struggle...

Libertarians and Identitarians Are Not Enemies 0

Libertarians and Identitarians Are Not Enemies

History books will look back at the times we are currently living in as the early parts of the Third World War. Ironically, Germany is yet again one of the main villains of the...

The Big Post on Identitarianism, Strategic and Tactical Political Opinions and Beyond Ethno-Nationalism 0

The Big Post on Identitarianism, Strategic and Tactical Political Opinions and Beyond Ethno-Nationalism

I’ve recently taken an interest in identitarianism. I found this concept through listening to interviews with members of the Alt-Right on various podcasts and shows. Since I’ve begun exploring their ideas and concepts I’ve...

The Great Moral Dis-equivalency 0

The Great Moral Dis-equivalency

There exists a great divide between our collective self-image and our actions. We like to look upon ourselves as a rational society following clearly defined moral rules. We hold up equality before the law...