The Revolt Against Empire
This biting political novel is the second in R.M. West’s trilogy. The three books together—including The Nation as Race and Myth and The Wars and Other Related Events: A Political Novel—are, the author says, an experiment in new nationalist writings.
Neo-nationalism is an expanded version of nationalism. Its allegiance is no longer to the abstract notion of a state, but rather to the earthly realities of race and the unique myths and culture that nourish it. It is indisputable, says West, that a race is lost as a coherent whole if it reaches a point in its history where it no longer recognizes as vital the emblematic images of its founding myths.
In a clever and engaging fashion, West crafts the book around military dispatches of the year 2019 from a war between the “Globalist Empire” and the “Euro-American Secessionist forces.” Between chapters, fictional historian John Henry York fills us in on the events of the era. His diary entries predict a world that may be in our future.
Who will win this race war that the massive forces of Asia have brought against the white world? Find out!
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