Nationalist Philosophy vs Marxist Deception

Nationalist Philosophy vs Marxist Deception

Dr Matthew Raphael Johnson contrasts the nationalist philosophy of Martin Heidegger with the unnatural oppression that is Marxism. Socialism is not the domain of Marxism and it is not even a very good example of the school. Capital is a revolutionary force and always has been. https://ia801503.us.archive.org/8/items/TON082316/TON%20082316.mp3 Martin Heidegger is not accessible to the average…

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Orthodox Anarcho-Nationalism in the USSR

Orthodox Anarcho-Nationalism in the USSR

St. Valentin Sventsitsky (killed 1928, pictured below) and Andrei of Ufa (killed 1937), were both New Martyrs for Christian Nationalism and Anarchism in the USSR. They come from a long tradition of what can be called “National-Anarchism.” They were unique in Russia in that they were right-wing clergy that saw the revolution as an opportunity;…

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The Beginning of the English Reformation

The Beginning of the English Reformation

Matthew Raphael Johnson Johnstown, PA I. The Reformation, whether in England or Germany, is a well traveled topic. The impact of both movements have been immense and global in scope. This paper will deal with the beginning (and causes) of the reformation in England, including the infamous declaration of “independence” by Henry VIII, the most…

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New Paper on The Second German Reich

New Paper on The Second German Reich

The Second German Reich: German Industrialization and the Romantic-Nationalist Tradition Matthew Raphael Johnson German industrialization was rapid, successful and, importantly, strongly controlled by the state. The German situation in the second half of the 19th century was that of a strong ethnic unity that had not yet achieved political or economic unity. Beginning with the…

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Hannibal and the Punic Wars

Hannibal and the Punic Wars

The Punic Wars and the Development of Rome Matthew Raphael Johnson Senior Researcher The Barnes Review   The Punic Wars were a clash of two growing societies and their aspirations for supremacy of Mediterranean. The two polities was the growing Roman republic and the African commercial city of Carthage. The Punic Wars were not just…

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Who Were the Tartars?

Who Were the Tartars?

In the last issue, I argued that the Mongols did not invade Russia. It is normally the case that “Mongol” and “Tartar” are used simultaneously. If the Mongols and Tartars were not from Mongolia, then who were they? In 1817 Christian Kruse published his Atlas of European history. There, or the first time, the term “Mongol-Tartar”…

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“They Don’t Want to Hide Their Deceit Anymore” — Louis Farrakhan Endorses Trump

“They Don’t Want to Hide Their Deceit Anymore” — Louis Farrakhan Endorses Trump

In a powerful speech, Louis Farrakhan endorses Donald Trump with some forms of praise that deserve to be taken very seriously. Farrakhan is an experienced activist and speaker. His words are chosen very carefully. While he correctly states that Islamic anti-Americanism is at its height. Therefore, “the hatred for America” should be a clear reason…

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