Antifa, Bakunin and “The Little Red Book”

Lin Biao who, for three years enjoyed the fruits as Mao Zedong's handpicked successor to govern Red China, prefaced the iconic mandatory communist literature known as The Little Red Book by commanding students to “Study Chairman Mao’s writings, follow his teachings and act according to his instructions.” (Timothy Cheek, Mao Zedong and China's Revolutions, 2002). Officially titled Quotations from Chairman … Continue reading Antifa, Bakunin and “The Little Red Book”

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Keep Your Friends Close. Your Enemies Will Take Care of Themselves

On November 9, 2017, Donald John Trump defeated his Democrat challenger Hillary Clinton to win the presidency. In the process, Trump had successfully positioned himself as the legitimate successor to Barack Obama — history's most divisive president — who fundamentally changed America by bringing it to her knees. The 44th president of the United States' 2008 landslide … Continue reading Keep Your Friends Close. Your Enemies Will Take Care of Themselves

Blueprint for Ideologically Suppressing Left-Wing Thought, Part Three: Waging Psychological Warfare on Political Correctness

Born during the 17th and 18th Centuries within the philosophical treatises of John Locke, Edmund Burke and Adam Smith, the genesis of modern American conservatism can be best described in what William F. Buckley published in his first issue of National Review. Among our convictions: It is the job of centralized government (in peacetime) to … Continue reading Blueprint for Ideologically Suppressing Left-Wing Thought, Part Three: Waging Psychological Warfare on Political Correctness

Blueprint for Ideologically Suppressing Left-Wing Thought, Part Two: Countering the Social Conflict Theory Through Mass Communications and Intrigues

America was established by settlers who constructed small townships, with town halls and churches in line with the archetypical Athenian-polis. What we understand is unique about New York City would not apply for the Iowa farmer, so different are both states, respective cities, economies of scale and cultural dynamics. Conservatism places its highest premium upon … Continue reading Blueprint for Ideologically Suppressing Left-Wing Thought, Part Two: Countering the Social Conflict Theory Through Mass Communications and Intrigues

Blueprint for Ideologically Suppressing Left-Wing Thought, Part One: Obstructing Judicial Activism Through Devolution

Man is never biologically born entitled to prosperity, and if we were, we should not like it, for it would eradicate the individual’s humanity, yielding a state of entropy. Because man is innately corrupt, the inalienable rights to life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness and ownership of property are only assured through the impartial mediation … Continue reading Blueprint for Ideologically Suppressing Left-Wing Thought, Part One: Obstructing Judicial Activism Through Devolution

The Tenth Muse: The Life of Anne Bradstreet, America’s First Poet

Aboard the Arbella in 1630 were perhaps the most consequential of Puritan New England's original settlers. As they approached the shoreline of Massachusetts Bay where they would establish a colony nigh present-day Boston, they could not have foreseen their destiny of laying America's cultural foundation with each cobblestone inside their townships' streets. While this frightening … Continue reading The Tenth Muse: The Life of Anne Bradstreet, America’s First Poet

The Twilight of Westphalia

The Westphalian order effectively eradicated the Church’s corrupt autocracy after a millennium of political repression, persecutions of anyone condemned for heresy, and bloody warfare in the name of Christ. Evil, whether it manifests in the form of left-wing atheism or God's name, is the natural barrier to a utopian world. Russell Kirk explains that “Man being imperfect, no perfect social order ever can be created,” and because the European Union was designed as a secular road map towards a world and future governed by a global technocracy of bankers, software conglomerates, big oil and "elected" bureaucrats in the name of economic cooperation, the agenda to coerce Europe's beautiful cultural and ethnic variety into a single-minded federation of states deprives its various peoples of their very humanity, language and culture and at the same time, prevents the possibility of an economically and financially stable climate. As John Randolph of Roanoke, the conservative cousin of Thomas Jefferson, noted, “Providence moves slowly, but the devil always hurries,” where all utopian designs for a radically transforming societies built into secular paradises have time and again succeeded at engineering an undemocratic “terrestrial hell” whose population learns to love an enlightened despot.