The Rotting Foundation That Is Democracy

Many on the right attack individual symptoms, problems (feminism, crime, growing entitlement spending) without addressing the underlying disease: democracy and the liberal state. The solution lends itself to NRx, which rejects the post-WW2 ideal of democracy and social liberalism, as quoted by Amerika’s NRx guide:…

NRx Should Be Anti-Populist

As discussed earlier, NRx is almost indistinguishable from Red Pill, both of which also share many similarities to paleoconservatism. IMHO, the problem with Paleoconservatism is that, like the far-left, it tends to be populist. For the far-left, it’s ‘the prole vs. the rich, big corporations’;…

What is Better Than a Republic? (Hint: It’s Not Democracy)

Off-topic: The Grey Enlightenment RSS Feed can be found here Here Scott Asks: What is Better Than a Republic? He writes, But if I get to vote on every issue, I feel a personal responsibility to the people affected. There is a big difference between…

How to Stop the Masses From Voting in Socialism

A poster, Matt, on the Captain Capitalism Blog raises an interesting point about how if workers don’t feel like they are getting a fair shake, they will vote for socialist candidates/policy to ‘strike back’ at the rich. We saw this play out to some extent…

Anti-Democracy, Part 4

You know it’s a slow news day when the big story is Clinton’s drinking habits. The only people who are getting worked up about Hillary’s overblown email problem and Russia are the people whose paychecks depend on manufacturing hype and outrage for clicks and page-views….