Monthly Archives: September 2011

USA and the New World Order: Dugin debates Olavo (pt. 3)

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Open Revolt is happy to present USA and The New Order:   Excerpts from the Alexander Dugin and Olavo De Carvalho Debate Part 3.  Sincere Apologies for the small delay between uodates comrades!   Olavo – Introduction    “What are the historical, political, ideological … Continue reading

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USA and the New World Order: Dugin debates Olavo (pt. 2)

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Open Revolt is happy to present USA and The New Order:   Excerpts from the Alexander Dugin and Olavo De Carvalho Debate Part 2. We start part 2 with the foundation of the debate – the question posed to Alexander and Olavo, followed by Alexander Dugin’s introduction… The question: … Continue reading

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Russian Nat-Bol

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Russian National-Bolshevism “The cause of the people is the cause of the nation, and the cause of the nation shall be the cause of the people” – Lenin By Christian Bouchet If there are available now in France a number … Continue reading

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USA and the New World Order: Dugin debates Olavo (pt. 1)

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Welcome to Part 1 of a series we’re very excited about presenting – USA and The New Order:   Excerpts from the Alexander Dugin and Olavo De Carvallo Debate.   Philosophy, political thought and penetrating insight –  the International Eurasian Movement’s leader Dr. Alexander … Continue reading

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The Secret of Eurasia

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The Secret of Eurasia: The Key to Hidden History and World Events By Mehmet Sabeheddin “Beneath the broad tide of human history there flow the stealthy undercurrents of the secret societies, which frequently determine in the depths the changes that … Continue reading

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Der Arbeiter

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Der Arbeiter (On Ernst Junger) by Alexander Dugin Ernst Junger is a prominent contemporary German writer, whose literary and political fate is a classic symbol of everything avantgarde, lively, and nonconformist in European culture of the twentieth century. A participant … Continue reading

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Muammar Qaddadfi’s Memories

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Recollections of My Life by Muammar Qaddafi “For 40 years, or was it longer,I can’t remember, I did all I could to give people houses, hospitals, schools, and when they were hungry, I gave them food, I even made Benghazi into … Continue reading

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CASA POUND: A Model

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by Pascal Cornet For the holiday some go to the beach. Others sit poolside at a 4-star hotel. I chose to live 10 days at Casa Pound in Rome. Rome  a ancient city, a beautiful city where history is seen at every corner. … Continue reading

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Tradition?

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Tradition? By Alain de Benoist Reprinted from Telos, Winter 92-93, Issue 94 There are many ways to understand tradition. Its etymology is Latin, from the verb tradere, which means “to give, to hand in, to transmit directly.” Originally tradition designated … Continue reading

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Jean Thiriart, the Machiavelli of United Europe

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  by Edouard Rix Translated by Greg Johnson A diligent reader of Hobbes, Machiavelli, and Pareto, the Belgian Jean Thiriart (1922–1992), founder of the pan-European Jeune Europe (Young Europe), is the theorist of a Greater Europe from Galway to Vladivostok. … Continue reading

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