Started by FreakAnimalFinland, October 16, 2013, 09:44:13 PM
Quote from: Jordan on April 03, 2013, 09:32:52 PMI've already discussed the historical link between fascism and anarchism, individualist or otherwise, but even more contemporaneously there has been some synthesis of these antithetical ideas, such as Bowden's praise of Stirner, Troy Southgate and the NA people, etc.
QuoteNational-AnarchismThe official National-Anarchist Movement symbol and flag, featured here on a Black flag which is, among other things, the traditional anarchist symbol.Troy Southgate is today the main figurehead of National-Anarchism, which sees the artificial hierarchies inherent in government and capitalism as oppressive. They advocate collective action organized along the lines of nationality, identity, and tribes, and advocate for a decentralised social order wherein "like-minded individuals" maintain distinct communities. National-Anarchism echoes most strains of anarchism by expressing a desire to reorganize human relationships, with an emphasis on replacing the hierarchical structures of government and capitalism with local, communal decision-making.The revolutionary conservative concept of the Anarch is central to National-Anarchism and its supporters view liberalism as a primary cause of the social decline of nations and cultural identity. National-Anarchists also reject fascism and communism as statist and totalitarian, and reject National Socialism as a failed dictatorship of a totalitarian government. However, Southgate's National-Anarchism has been critiqued as an opportunistic appropriation of aspects of leftist counter-culture in the service of a racist, right-wing ideology.On 19 September 2010, Southgate launched the National-Anarchist Movement (N-AM) and unveiled a 15,000-word manifesto which included a detailed membership system based around a revolutionary cadre structure. The group also launched a magazine called Tribal Resonance and in January 2012 published a 300-page book entitled National-Anarchism: A Reader. He has since published 4 other volumes by Black Front Press on National-Anarchism
Quote from: burdizzo on October 17, 2013, 12:33:05 AM...and one on 'counter-culture; music, film, and literature'. The latter apparently includes interviews w/ Turbund Sturmwerk, Puissance, Endura, and Ostara, as well as reviews of industrial, experimental, neo-folk, metal, and gothic records and concerts.