Nationalism Is a Farce That Ends in Tragedy

Karl Marx famously began The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte by observing that Hegel “remarks somewhere that all facts and personages of great importance in world history occur, as it were, twice.” Hegel, and by implication Marx, was wrong. The uniqueness of circumstance and the individuality of actor mean that history does not, and cannot,Continua a leggere “Nationalism Is a Farce That Ends in Tragedy”

Fascism Defined and Described by Oswald Mosley

Fascism: One Hundred Questions Asked and Answered is a book published in 1936 by British fascist Oswald Mosley, and it is arguably the clearest first-person introduction to the topic for an Anglo reader, serving up less gobbledygook than most of the Continental sources. Mosley actually makes arguments for his point of view, and thinks throughContinua a leggere “Fascism Defined and Described by Oswald Mosley”

The Bearer of Light 

By Reza // For nearly 20 years, the legendary Afghan resistant Massoud led his people, first against the Russians, and later against the Taliban, in order to liberate his country. Fifteen years after his assassination on September 9, 2001, this is my tribute to a man of rare intelligence and profound sensibility. Sorgente: The BearerContinua a leggere “The Bearer of Light “