Monthly Archives: May 2012

Art as Resistance: A Brief History of Armed Groups in Former West Germany

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ART AS RESISTANCE: ARMED GROUPS IN WEST GERMANY   from Arm the Spirit December 1999 Armed Struggle In Germany The following is a general introduction to the history of armed resistance in West Germany, entitled Armed Groups which is translated … Continue reading

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Mercury Rising: The Life and Writings of Julius Evola

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by Gwendolyn Toynton If the industrious man, through taking action, Does not succeed, he should not be blamed for that – He still perceives the truth. The Sauptikaparvan of the Mahābhārata (2,16)   If we could select a single aspect … Continue reading

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Reflections by Fidel: The 67th Anniversary Of The Victory Over Nazi-Fascism

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by Fidel Castro No political event can be judged outside of the era and the circumstances in which it took place. No one even knows one percent of the fabulous history of Man; but thanks to history, we know about … Continue reading

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Yukio Mishima: Man of Pure Action

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In Action, Contemplation, and the Western Tradition, Julius Evola writes that action can take on the qualities of ‘Being’ only if the action is ‘pure.’ According to Evola, the pure act does not aim at “contingent and particular fruits, considering … Continue reading

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Fidel Castro: A Mistake by Obama Could Cause Rivers of Blood in Venezuela

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  Reflections by Fidel Castro Ruz April 30th 2012 The most shattering article that I have read recently about Latin America was written by Renán Vega Cantor, Associate Professor at the National Pedagogical University of Bogotá, which was published three … Continue reading

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Kali Worship for Martial Victory

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Kali Worship for Martial Victory in Mahabharata and Ramayana by New Bihar Mandir Aravan, the son of Arjuna and a ravishing naga princess, gave himself up as a self-sacrifice to the Goddess Kali in the ritual known as Kalappali (“sacrifice … Continue reading

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Alexander Dugin: For Our People and the Truth

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  Interview with the leader of the International “Eurasian Movement”, a philosopher, and a  professor at Moscow State University Alexander Dugin. Interviewed by the Global Revolutionary Alliance’s own Natella Speranskaja.  All errors in translation solely the fault of Open Revolt. … Continue reading

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