“All the advantages that man has gained from his ever-deepening understanding of the natural world that surrounds him, his technological, chemical and medical progress, all of which should seem to alleviate human suffering… tends instead to favor humanity’s destruction” – Konrad Lorenz
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Between the 24th and 25th of September at approx. 00:30. A group of 60 left-wing extremists, with their faces covered by ski masks, armed with helmets and batons, attempted to storm the Casapound Occupation, HMO, in Naples. Finding it impossible to enter the building, they instead smeared the walls of the former monastery with red stars, insulting inscriptions, and hammer & sickles.
“We are puzzled by the fact the local institutions have done nothing to defuse the climate of hatred and social unrest fostered by these people who last night invaded our neighborhood. In doing so, feeding a hypothetical ‘factional clash’ from which we absolutely distance ourselves.” Stated, Giuseppe Savuto of Casapound Naples.
“We will never fall to provocation,” continued Savuto, “of these sort of tactics reminiscent of the 70′s. Our only goal is to provide social services and activities for our city”.
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Gemeinschaft and Gesellschaft: A Sociological View of the Decay of Modern Society
Alain de Benoist
(Translated and interpreted by Tomislav Sunic.)
Peaceful modern societies which respect the individual evolved from age-old familistic ties. The transition from band-type societies, through clan and tribal organizations, into nation-states was peaceful only when accomplished without disruption of the basic ties which link the individual to the larger society by a sense of a common history, culture and kinship. The sense of “belonging” to a nation by virtue of such shared ties promotes cooperation, altruism and respect for other members. In modern times, traditional ties have been weakened by the rise of mass societies and rapid global communication, factors which bring with them rapid social change and new philosophies which deny the significance of the sense of nationhood, and emphasize individualism and individualistic goals. The cohesion of societies has consequently been threatened, and replaced by multicultural and multi-ethnic societies and the overwhelming sense of lost identity in the mass global society in which Western man, at least, has come to conceive himself as belonging.
In the matter of “elections” which had a vogue of almost two centuries during the life of Western civilization, both in Europe and in its spiritually dominated areas elsewhere, an important law of political organisms is shown.