A Blaze through the Gloom; an Interview with Arktos Media’s John Morgan

Interesting point revealed here: the ‘New Right’ is said to not be Evola’s ‘True Right’ – something we do agree with.

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.:.A BLAZE THROUGH THE GLOOM.:.

An Interview with Arktos Media’s John Morgan

By Nathan Leonard

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One of the byproducts of living in this highly technological age is that we are so constantly flooded with information from such a variety of media around us that we often become confused. Although our ability to communicate ideas has developed a phenomenal reach, when we stop to examine much of the information that takes up our time, we find that it is composed of fleeting ideas which are designed for short-term consumption of passing fads in which we get caught up for a short time and then remember later with nostalgia and a dash of ironic disdain. Much of what is promoted to us is a commercial transaction in some form or another. This is why it doesn’t last. Yet, part of our identity becomes intrinsically tangled in every shallow trend…

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1 Comment on A Blaze through the Gloom; an Interview with Arktos Media’s John Morgan

  1. Concerning the fact that the European New Right and traditionalism are not synonymous, as a point it should be obvious to anyone who has studied both the New Right and traditionalism. There is some confusion about this in the English-speaking world, most likely because few have bothered to actually study these matters in great detail. But the New Right is not traditionalist and has never claimed to be – in fact, Alain de Benoist and Guillaume Faye have gone out of their way to say that they are NOT traditionalists.

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