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Ethno-Arrogance

Ethno-Arrogance

In the current political climate, you’ll be branded as a racist if you have the “wrong” opinion. The mainstream consensus is that taking in large numbers of refugees is a good thing, both for the receiving country and the migrant’s country of origin. It also goes without saying that sending large quantities of aid to impoverished Third World countries is the humane, decent and honorable thing to do. The West has now been sending such aid for such a long…

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Fighting Disempowerment

Fighting Disempowerment

Having just finished Bob Lewis’ “The Feminist Lie” it is easy to be left with a sense of profound powerlessness. The crimes of feminism are many and the negative impact on both men and women are widespread. How can one be inspired to stand up in opposition to feminism when it is so easy to drown in a pool of self-pity and disempowerment? First of all, some clarifications are in order. My “beef” with feminism it its inherent dishonesty. Everyone…

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The Precautionary Principle and Islam

The Precautionary Principle and Islam

Why is it that the precautionary principle is only and forever applied to climate politics? Advocates of anthropogenic climate change have used arguments involving this principle for many years now. They assert that the potential dangers connected to climate change demands that we act according to their most dire predictions. Policy implications and policy prescriptions that flow from this are expensive and far reaching. To a certain extent it is easy to agree with this line of thinking. In general,…

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Desirable Problems and Lackluster Responses

Desirable Problems and Lackluster Responses

Apart from humorous moments granted by historical 20/20 vision, such as praising the relationship between Putin and Bush, one thing really stuck out like a sore thumb in Oriana Fallaci’s “The Rage and the Pride”. In it she laments the relationship between the West and the Islamic world. Conceived shortly after the 9/11 attacks one would think that high strung emotionality would be a core part of this book, and to a certain extent it is. How could it not…

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Proving The Validity of Metapolitics

Proving The Validity of Metapolitics

The Norwegian parliamentary election is about a month away. In the media we have seen all kinds of politicians coming out in defense of “Norwegian values”. There have been many interviews with party leaders, parliamentarians, letters to the editor and so on debating what those values are and whether or not they are threatened. This tells me that the metapolitical work of the European New Right has been effective. This kind of debate, especially at this wide level wouldn’t have…

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Reconciling Libertarianism with A Tough Immigration Stance

Reconciling Libertarianism with A Tough Immigration Stance

Today Vox Day published a piece titled “The End of Libertarianism”. He isn’t the first person, nor will he be the last to criticise the stance of many libertarians on the issues having to do with demographics. The principled libertarian position is typically in favour of the so-called freedom of movement, meaning that people should be able to emigrate to whatever country they desire. Governmental immigration restrictions are typically frowned upon as contrary to libertarian principles. Some libertarians have made…

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The Importance of Demographics

The Importance of Demographics

I didn’t appreciate the importance of demographics in political issues until the Trump presidential campaign. Since I come from Norway I was inundated from a young age with a deep-seated reluctance to touch issues having to do with where people come from. The political correctness that is prevalent through our society took me into its fold and shielded me from alternate viewpoints. Through discussions by people talking about issues relating to the campaign I encountered questions about demographics for the…

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