The process of Hegelian dialectics, as juxtaposed against ‘communism and national socialism’, has been a fundamental discussion for almost a hundred years. The elements of this dichotomy still needs to be addressed; we need Foundations of sovereignty, national ethos, freedom and representation.
What are these Foundations? Certainly not the democracy of ‘mob rule’, nor the ‘western’ version of today – post Second War of Fratricide – then what do we evolve into?
What is the White Nationalist, and progressive attitude to be practiced in this regard?
Last week I spent a few days in Prague, where I was attending an International Conference ‘The Legacy of Totalitarianism Today’ (Dědictví Totality Dnes). The conference was organised by the Platform of European Memory and Conscience in association with several of their partner organisations, and hosted by the Senate of the Czech Parliament. In addition to two full days of conference presentations and discussion, two linked film showings were offered at European House (Evropský dům): Andrzej Wajda’s Katyn (2007) and a special screening of The Soviet Story (2008) followed by a great Q and A session with Director Edvīns Šnore. You can read more about The Soviet Story (and order copies!) at the official website here.
A particular highlight for me was the invitation to attend the presentation of the…
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