Posts relating to economic and political strategy, as well as commentaries on current events.

This is an evolving story, and so in an effort to not date the below too much – we shall focus on some wider context, rather than the exact events unfolding. But it remains to be established that – subsequently to buying a significant stake in Twitter and refusing to be integrated into the existing …

Musk, Twitter, and you. Read More »

The globalized, disenfranchised, sterilized, secularized, urbanized, and the personalized world which our children are being born into idolizes the deracinated individual above all else. The deracinated individual is rootless, isolated, and bereft of both heritage and meaningful ties to the culture of their ancestors. The deracinated individual is therefore easily manipulated and exploited. Indeed, the …

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By now, we should all have heard talk or read articles about why it is necessary to build parallel institutions. This has been a major talking point for a while now, and the necessity has become even more apparent as events like the seizure of donations to the Canadian truckers have played out before our …

Elite Watch: A Call to Action Read More »

two-thousand souls (or at least, accounts, as what’s the difference in Hypermodernity?) This brings about what some call “Good problems” and others call “Growing pains.” The first and foremost issue of organizing a community of two-thousand people (give or take a couple hundred inactive or unserious people) is that it cannot be organized. At least not with the staff on hand.

I include these threads to give a general sense of where the sphere is. People are dissatisfied, many of them important. They are centres of thought and culture among our sphere and the moons which orbit these embattled suns. Most of us joined this sphere around 2015 or 2016, as we were receptive to the energy around Trump and his consequences. Ideas once held by fringe minorities who could count their adherents in the dozens nationwide have now exploded into entire subcultures. Those of us on the younger side can’t remember a time before this era, largely because the time before this era was a desert encroaching on our inner lives.

Following January 6th, parallelism entered our collective consciousness as a result of the self-reflection that always comes post-treachery. Instinctively, many of us realized that Trump was the last chance at a peaceful solution of institutional reform. It was the revelation that the institutions were the very source of the hostile elite, rather than a victim of them, which led to this conclusion.

Our computerized phones are called “smartphones” because their computing power and software enables them to accomplish complex tasks computers twenty years ago couldn’t do. Consequently, it is assumed, a smartphone can help you to achieve smarter, more complex goals. However, it is quite likely that the opposite is true.

Counter-Economics a term used to describe the process of cutting off the State from access to resources. It is the direct action through black or grey markets against the power of the Ruling Elite.

There are forms of organizations that cause society to degenerate. This is the underlying theory in muchof Hoppe’s work, from “Democracy: The God that Failed” to “Getting Libertarianism Right”, and there arelessons to be taken here for any right-winger, even those who reject the Austro-libertarian approach ofa property-rights rooted self-ownership. Hoppe’s private law societies are …

Lessons from Hoppe: You Are Not Welcome Here Read More »