It goes without saying that even a book of 600 pages could not encapsulate the vast array of seen and unseen causes driving historical change, much less a single blog post. Yet there exists a leading principle, a constant, through which many modern developments are implemented. For want of a better term, this principle could… Continue reading What drives historical change
One year on from the landmark Charlottesville rally, one must revisit a vital question: can the West believe in its history, identity and future once again? For if the West’s altruistic treatment of tribalist outsiders continues to be accompanied with a pernicious, unceasing shame, this shall be our ultimate death knell. Gatestone Institute, by Guilio… Continue reading Is Guilt Killing the West from Within?
Opponents of identity politics claim that individuals can only take pride in their achievements, and not the work of others. But this omits that nothing, including individuals, exist in a vaccum. Further, people can enjoy gifts, regardless of if they’ve earned them. In many ways, our ancestral background is a gift, as civilisation is a… Continue reading The Basis of Group Pride
“Tolerance and apathy are the last virtues of a dying society”: Aristotle.
An interesting, highly detailed article disavowing the idea of an Aboriginal ‘Stolen Generation’. Even those who disagree with its thesis ought to read it. “Why There Were No Stolen Generations (Part One”, Quadrant, January 1, 2010: Most Australians would be taken aback to find that whenever academics in the field of genocide studies discuss history’s worst… Continue reading Why There Were No Stolen Generations (Part One)