May 17, 2011

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Libertarianism and White Racial Nationalism

Libertarianism and White Racial Nationalism

Editor's Note: This is the introductory article from the Spring 2011 issue of The Occidental Quarterly. To read the entire issue, please purchase a subscription. Greg Johnson, the previous editor of TOQ, had the wonderful idea for an issue on how Libertarianism intersects with issues of White racial nationalism. The topic is an important one. Unlike explicit assertions of...

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Dec 19, 2010

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The Shape of the Future

The Shape of the Future

The “Secession is a Bad Idea” post certainly got the pot boiling over here at TOQ. But I would like all of you to take a step back and look at the bigger picture. We all react powerfully to the videos of helicopter gun ships blasting groups of supposed “terrorists” on the ground in central Asia. We react equally to videos of very expensive munitions fired from drones that...

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Dec 12, 2010

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Secession is a Bad Idea for Whites

Secession is a Bad Idea for Whites

Is secession a good idea for whites? No. A good way to see this is to analyze the military, political and social problems that Harold Covington's Pacific Northwest secession movement would face. He suggests that Whites gather in Idaho, Oregon and Washington and use guerrilla warfare to form an independent homeland that is free of non-Whites. He describes the homeland and the...

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May 25, 2010

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Essay Contest

The deadline for the current TOQ Essay Competition on Libertarianism and Racial Nationalism has been extended to July 1, 2010. You have an extra month to compose your submission and get it to us.  The relevant web page will be altered in the morning to reflect the change. I have been experiencing some minor technical difficulties with the template. best antivirus software for...

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Apr 22, 2010

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Birth of a People, Rebirth of a Nation

One of the major disadvantages American white nationalists face is that American nationality can plausibly be separated from white racial identity.  This is a huge difference compared to the European situation. As Paul Gottfried notes, European countries are now defining their identity in terms of abstract human rights and some kind of egalitarian universal history.  ...

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Apr 21, 2010

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Patrick Buchanan on Rising White Racial Consiousness

“New Tribe Rising” April 20, 2010 Quotes: “There is no such thing as a Palestinian people,” said Golda Meir. When she said it, she may have been right. But as generations have grown up under the occupation and two intifadas and a Gaza War, the Palestinians are a people today. Adversity and abuse increase the awareness of separate identity and accelerate the...

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Apr 14, 2010

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Drug Legalization in the White Republic

Drug Legalization in the White Republic

I’d do it. I’d push the button. If there were a button that would instantly and painlessly annihilate alcohol, nicotine, marijuana, and all other addictive recreational drugs, I would push it, simply because nothing has done more damage to the people I love, including my race as a whole. I do not think that our enemies could have pushed the destruction of the white race to...

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Apr 12, 2010

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Women & White Nationalism

White Nationalist groups are almost exclusively men’s clubs, and most of the men are bachelors who complain that they cannot find suitable women. Furthermore, those men who are married frequently complain that their wives are indifferent or even hostile to their views about race. Men, it seems, are far more willing to espouse politically incorrect views about race than women....

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Apr 5, 2010

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Carl Schmitt’s The Concept of the Political

Note: The following short synthesis of Schmitt’s classic essay The Concept of the Political stems, in part, from a recent discussion with the Bay Area Nationalist Book Club. However it is posed, the question of the political is always about the most important issue facing every people. The political, though, is not to be confused with “politics” or...

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Mar 31, 2010

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Taking Our Own Side

We all have natural partialities: for family over non-kin, friends over strangers, fellow countrymen over foreigners, racial brethren over members of other races. Philosophers from Aristotle to Carl Schmitt have recognized that these partialities are the heart of political life. But most moralists eye these partialities with suspicion. Moral laws, they claim, apply to everyone,...

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