P.T. Carlo sits down with Kantbot to discuss the disaster in Charlottesville and related issues.
The subject of "Africa" is one that is it is almost impossible to breach without the rancid stench of sentimentality choking out the critical faculties of any potential interlocutor. A perfect case in point can be found, unsurprisingly, in one of Ross Douthat's recent columns, "The West and What Come After." Against the backdrop of Trump's speech in Poland, Douthat writes: This nationalist argument comes in racist forms, but it need not be the white nationalism that Trump’s liberal critics rea
P.T. Carlo is joined by Nina Kouprianova to discuss the life and times of Alexandr Dugin and his ideas.
Over at Social Matter Michael Perilloux wrote a very interesting primer on Hestia's new initiative which they have begun referring to as "Imperial Mindset." From the piece: Without imperial mindset, we think that all politics requires of us is that we show up and fight, that we can do it for fun, and that it won’t make large demands of self-reconstruction. Thinking about politics seriously, though, we have to take a personal responsibility for the full consequences and scope of political actio
P.T. Carlo discusses Laura Loomer, Trump's Speech in Poland, the concept of "the West," the future of Africa, current events in Syria and other issues with Nathan Duffy, Alex Nicholson and special guest TV KWA.
Alright so we finally did it, we caved and got a Patreon. I originally started this site as an experiment, having no idea whether it would succeed or be a total flop. Needless to say Thermidor's progress, thanks to the hard work and creativity of our scribblers, has wildly exceeded my expectations. We are now officially past the "proof of concept phase." Hence Patreon. None of us are doing this for the money, but it would be nice to not only have the funds to pay for hosting but also be able to
Among the two-legged vermin that currently infest the District of Columbia perhaps none combines both a high profile and an odious disposition as seamlessly as Matt Yglesias does. A fixture of the D.C. NeoLiberal scene for years, Yglesias has quickly risen to the top of the journalistic shit heap. While most simply know him only as a pudgy, effeminate dipshit, in reality, there is much more beneath Yglesias's various layers of blubber than first meets the eye. Yglesias, of Cuban and Jewish emigr
After every attack by Islamic Terrorists on a target in the Western world, an inevitable deluge of commentary emerges which urges both solidarity with the victims as well as a robust defense of any symbols which may have also been attacked. You can now add Michael Brendan Dougherty’s recent piece at National Review to this ever-burgeoning genre. Yet Dougherty’s article is far from formulaic and ends up raising profound questions, perhaps inadvertently, about the nature of the very West many clai