How to Defeat the Left

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Davis M.J. Aurini

Trained as a Historian at McMaster University, and as an Infantry soldier in the Canadian Forces, I'm a Scholar, Author, Film Maker, and a God fearing Catholic, who loves women for their illogical nature.

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4 Responses

  1. Akiva says:

    (I apologize for any errors, I do not write much in English but hope this is legible)

    Some Thoughts on defeating the left.

    Firstly I think the left is supreme due to us on the right conceding the moral high ground.

    We have by silence and lack of philosophical rigor, agreed to the notion that Weakness makes you right and moral, if you are strong, hale, smart, rich or god forbid successful you are a vile privileged, white, cis genderd etc…

    Secondly we have abdicated the culture, story telling, art, music and politics.

    The artist and storyteller are always on the left, always a troubled vapid emotion driven husk of humanity, Hemingway is dead and forgotten while sex in the big city and jersey shore dominate, Hugo’s masterpieces are vandalized on the big screen and on stage while we weep silently.

    A somewhat tangential example, War hammer 40k, rife and rich with powerful symbols normally attributed to the “bad guys”.

    Politics… how has it come to pass that politics, the art of making a peoples will, in to law degenerated to the corrupt morass no man of virtue would willingly mire his honor in?
    I have no answer but I would welcome your insight.

    also, do you have any comment on the difference tween a democracy and a Republic, I ask this in connection to the founding fathers of the u.s.a.

    In closing, I am not sure the Left can be defeated, ideas, even destructive and vile ideas such as Marxism can not be killed, only beaten down for a while, perhaps wee need to teach our children to recognize this rot and slay it while its power is still minimal… assuming we survive the coming dark age.

    p.s have you read any of Theodore Dalrymple’s essays?

  2. guest says:

    The rabbit hole goes deep, it’s almost beyond grasp.

    That reminds me, did you see that video on subversion yet?
    It’s a lecture by a former kgb agent, must see in my book:

    Yuri Bezmenov on soviet subversion

    He escaped by dressing up like a hippie, great stuff.

    So if you do take request, i’d like your take on this. Thanks.

  3. ramram says:

    @Akiva, funny you are giving an example of Hemmingway a Communism supporter of the world gone…

  4. Storm says:

    Watched the entire video. I agree the Right needs a mytho-poetic narrative. But the problem seems to be that right now no one knows what they want to fight for. There are too many factions of the anti-left and no central guiding principle. As long as the Cold War existed and the ghosts of Whittaker Chambers, McCarthy and MacArthur haunted right-wing consicousness, it was intellectually respectable to associate most of the Left with their obvious crypto-Soviet sympathies and thereby unify the anti-left coalition. Now, there is no guiding principle for the Right. For instance, as I watched I kept thinking about a possible pop culture icon of the “cowboy” that may serve a modern mimetic for this movement. (not that its necessary but it’s an idea to illustrate a point.) All I could come up with was Johnny Cash. If you listen to his music you will understand why. But I am afraid that his Christinaity would not be very appealing to the atheist, HBD and anarcho-capitalist anti-left.

    Ed: Christianity has really shot itself in the foot with its feminized celebration of namby-pamby morality, rather than an acknowledgement of what it was actually about – see the Prodigal Son for the *actual* wisdom of the Bible (I don’t see promise rings anywhere in there…). Every priest ought to watch the 1984 Dune and learn from that.