Category Archives: cultural marxism

Egalitarianism Is Inherently Statist

Bionic Mosquito writes about how community is found within a truly egalitarian society  – through the state, and only through it (bold emphasis added): Destroy all other hierarchies and all that is left is the State.  This should not be a difficult … Continue reading

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Forcing A Collective Identity

One way to tell the intellectual inconsistency of open border libertarians is by watching their reaction when you explicitly disassociate yourself from other people in the same country as you who are not your countrymen or your people in any … Continue reading

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The Appeal of Barbarism

In a new post, CJay Engel at Austro-Libertarian examines what he calls “Antonio Gramsci Libertarians.” Commenting on the “left-libertarian” strain of the movement, he writes: This social agenda need not be embraced by all who carry the name “libertarian.”  It … Continue reading

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How The Last Jedi Celebrates Loserdom

I have long refused to watch new Star Wars films, especially in theaters, ever since I found myself viewing Phantom Menace in 3-D roughly five years ago. I have worked hard to avoid entertainment that pushes values and beliefs contrary … Continue reading

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Egalitarianism: As Advertised Versus Actual Product

How egalitarians say it works….. How egalitarianism actually works…. As I wrote in egalitarian elitism, the only way to make everyone equal is to bring everyone down to the lowest level possible. If you want to improve “height equity” or … Continue reading

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Egalitarian Elitism

When you were kids, you all admired the champion marble shooter, the fastest runner, the big-league ball players and the toughest boxers. Americans love a winner and will not tolerate a loser. Americans play to win all the time. That’s … Continue reading

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Never-ending Political Journey

If you grew up in the 1990s, you probably at one time or another played Super Mario 64 – or enviously watched your friend play it on the Nintendo 64 your parents wouldn’t buy you. Most of the game is … Continue reading

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