Politics/Economics, History/Culture

Libertarianism Is Going Medieval

I have long-believed that the realisation of anarcho-capitalist principles would most resemble the stateless societies of Medieval Europe.  After all, there seems no other time or place where such an ordered anarchy has existed, nor which warrants Rothbard’s description of a ‘gorgeous mosaic’ of self-governing communities.  Yet, most others have rather envisioned some future ‘Ancapistani’… Continue reading Libertarianism Is Going Medieval

History/Culture, Politics/Economics

Alt-Righters: Capitalism Is The Cure, Not The Disease

Anti-Capitalism on the Right A common criticism of capitalism from the alt-right, traditionalist conservatives, and paleoconservatives is that it creates a decadent and materialistic culture that paves the way for the degeneration of public morality and the erosion of local communities and organic nations. They believe capitalism to be connected to globalism, multiculturalism, and consumerism,… Continue reading Alt-Righters: Capitalism Is The Cure, Not The Disease

History/Culture, Politics/Economics

Democracy, Like Socialism, Doesn’t Work

For a more in depth and praxeological critique of Democracy, see Hoppe's "Democracy: The God That Failed" The left loves democracy, except of course when things fail to go their way.  Their juvenile failure to accept recent democratic results does not simply end with all others drowning in their tears: idle talk of impeachment has… Continue reading Democracy, Like Socialism, Doesn’t Work

History/Culture, Uncategorized

Why Whites Choose White Genocide

You’ve surely encountered it: white people are increasingly idealising the notion of Europeans becoming extinct.  It doesn’t matter where in the West they come from; gender isn’t a major factor; nor is one’s positioning on the left/right paradigm of the modern, liberal political spectrum.  Previously, I have written of university professors who have called for… Continue reading Why Whites Choose White Genocide

History/Culture, Politics/Economics

How “Time Preferences” Make Or Break Civilization

Ask a regular Joe about time preferences and they’ll be clueless. Heck, ask anybody who isn’t initiated in Austrian Economics and you’d expect a similar response. It’s a shame that such a crucially important topic is overlooked and ignored by economists and other social scientists. One's time preference refers to how much he values future… Continue reading How “Time Preferences” Make Or Break Civilization