The Decline of London

Apologies for the week’s absense. Things have gotten incredibly busy recently, which also explains why I haven’t had a Youtube video up in a long time. Hopefully we will get one up by the end of this month. In any case, this is my latest contribution to Social Matter, some casual reflections of my recent…

America’s Color Revolutionaries

(This article can be found published at Katehon here, but many of the adjoining links were lost in translation, so I reproduce it with them included below) From the outsider’s perspective, the United States appears to have entered the peak stages of a psychotic meltdown over its newly elected president Donald J. Trump. His election…

Shia Geopolitics & The Fortress State

It’s been a while since my last Social Matter article I know, but the waiting paid off. I have never been so enlightened by my research as I was when preparing for this, and hopefully it gives you some easily accessible knowledge on why Iran behaves as it does, and what the geostrategy of the…

Are We Social Engineers?

My second article published at Social Matter, this serves as a rebuttal to the attempts to cast Reactionary politics as a form of social engineering. In the essay, I talk about man’s organic state and the position of the Reactionary with regard to this state, namely that we are the adherents of the organic state.…