On Benevolent Despotism: Theory & Conflict

The idea of a benevolent and all encompassing leader has been written in works throughout the ages, and although, in today’s dogma of the far right, political leadership...
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Deus le Volt

It was a blustery autumn day in the year of our lord, 1095, when Pope Urban II called all of Christendom to a Crusade against Muslim encroachment in...
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Why So Many People Oppose Property Rights

How the Left Turned So Many Against Property by I, AnCap Since before recorded history, man has plundered, pillaged, and robbed other men. He has stolen, he has...
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The Orlando Confederate Rally

The Revolutionary Conservative intends to demonstrate action within our political convictions, rather than to simply announce our perspectives, and expect others to act upon them. This is what...
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The Strange Death of Europe

Multi-racial immigration is not working. The immigrants are not assimilating. Europe as a uniquely European continent is disappearing. This is painfully obvious to anyone who does not have...
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It is Impossible to Support Open Borders as a Libertarian

You Cannot Be a Libertarian and Want and Open Border State by I, AnCap   Sorry, left libertarians. You cannot be for supporting open borders, a welfare state, and...
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Anarcho- Monarchism: Could it Work?

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Anarcho-Monarchism? Isn’t that a contradiction in terms? Well, no. You’re thinking of Anarcho-Communism, but I’ve addressed that already here. Anarcho-Monarchism would function where the primary ruler of a...
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A Woman Under Sharia: 8 Reasons Why Islamic Law Endangers Women

An essential, scholarly comparison of the rights of women under Sharia and in the West. BY Immanuel Al-Manteeqi · @Al_Manteeqi | September 6, 2016 https://counterjihad.com/author/immanuel-al-manteeqi/ Women in the West...
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The Oil of the Sophist

“The great rule of conduct for us, in regard to Foreign nations, is in extending our commercial relations to have with them as little political connection as possible....
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Then They Came for Another Piece

The news was all over town, all over the region. Someone declared the Confederate statues offensive. Someone said Take ‘Em Down, and so they did. Protestors were assuaged...
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