Aristokratia II – Forthcoming in late January. The second edition focuses on the philosophy of Julius Evola. Featuring the following articles –
* Unfashionable Observations: Philosophies Against Time
* The Once and Future King: The Philosophy of Julius Evola
* Homo Modernus: An Evolian-Gomezian Portrait of Modern Man
* Corporatism as a Perennial Method of Traditional Social Organisation
* The Eldritch Evola
* Meditazioni delle Vette: Julius Evola and the Metaphysics of Alpinism
* Emperor of the Sun: Vedic Models of Polity, the Arthashastra and Contemporary Relevance
* Fernando Pessoa as Portugal: Prometheus Unchained
* The King’s True Champion
* Nietzsche’s Olympian Synthesis
* The Re-Evaluation of all History
* Plato and Platonism: The Republic
* Oblivion and Discourse of Being
* Europe: A Sudden Flash of Will
* Book Reviews [inc. The Biocentric Worldview, Generation Identity, Attack the System, Handbook of Traditional Living]
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“In Deadly Game of Will to Power und the Spirit to Break exist only Two Overrules: The First Rule – Create by Decease! The Second Rule – Construct by Death! For what? So that the End of Nothing come! Das Ende des Nichts! What for? Only the End of Nothing is the Beginning of the Nothing to Power… Only the End of Emptiness is the Beginning of the Emptiness to Supremacy… Stunde des Blitzes/the Hour of Lightnings – Stunde des Blitze/the Hour of Lightnings For No One! Für keinen!” – Azsacra Zarathustra
“Whoever has provoked men to rage against him has always gained a party in his favor, too.”
Ochlocracy (Greek: ὀχλοκρατία, okhlokratía; Latin: ochlocratia) or mob rule is government by mob or a mass of people, or the intimidation of legitimate authorities. As a pejorative for majoritarianism, it is akin to the Latin phrase mobile vulgus meaning “the fickle crowd”, from which the English term “mob” was originally derived in the 1680s.
Ochlocracy (“rule of the general populace”) is democracy (“rule of the people”) spoiled by demagoguery.
When the mob rages, the opposition gains. Be wary where you stick those torches.