Author Archives: brodoland

The Fat of the Land

A Book Review I’m going to do something I haven’t done in a while and talk about a book. The Fat of the Land by John Seymour is a classic “back to the land” memoir in the vein of 10 … Continue reading

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Some Perspective is in Order

Okay let’s get this out of the way right up front. Nazi’s and Racists can go to hell, and while I’m at it Commies can join them. In fact Commies can go first; after all, they’ve killed more people. Firstly … Continue reading

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Lines of Development

Sometimes it’s helpful to reference how various developmental models map in comparison to each other. The following table is my own creation, so I take responsibility for any flaws. I tried to stitch together several commonly referenced developmental models; Graves/Beck’s … Continue reading

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What the * is the Alt-Right?

I’ve been reading a lot from Hanzi Freinacht lately on his website I highly recommend reading through his website. He has some really profound and excellent insights into the coming paradigm shift out of “post-modernism.”  I especially like his ideas around … Continue reading

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The Unlikely Athlete

The story of how my son taught me that “Grit,” – Determination, Discipline, Hard Work and Passion – can overcome a lack of raw talent. A recent article in the Wall Street Journal entitled “Is There Anything Grit Can’t Do?”  reminded … Continue reading

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Free Speech means Free Speech, even if you don’t like what they’re saying…

Lauren Southern nails it in her youtube video “The Alt-Lite vs. Free Speech.” One of the Alt-Right’s biggest criticisms of the Postmodern Left has been it’s consistent war against free speech (or as they label it “Hate Speech” which is … Continue reading

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What is the Alt-Right?

The following conversation between Stefan Molynuex and Vox Day is interesting background into this topic as well.

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