Thursday, November 24, 2005

A Look to the Future

There are four themes left for this blog before we can stop and assess the progress we've made. The careful reader will notice large and significant gaps in the material so far, discussion of Montaigne, Montesquieu, Rousseau, and de Maistre, as examples, but they will come under a later and different title. There are significant holes in our discussions of Herder, Fichte, Sorel, and Lenin, and those will also come to be covered in a later attempt at revision and completion. Perhaps the most obvious omissions to date are of Hume and Kant. They will be separate topics for a later work on the origins of atheism and the rise of Left dhimmi fascism. As a later part of that look at our current situation we will also turn to Plato for the beginnings of political fascism. These things must wait. It is our hope that this blog can treat at least basically the remaining five major themes of our blog:

Ecology Fascism;

Identity Fascism;

Gnostic Fascism;

Anti-war Fascism;

Eschatological Fascism.

We appreciate your continued interest in this blog, and we welcome your comments and critiques.

Dag.

4 comments:

Pastorius said...

You have been added to the Infidel Blog Alliance at www.ibloga.blogspot.com.

We're still not absolutely sure what form it is going to take, but I envision it as a central blog for all who are interested in the defense of Western Civilization.

Pastorius said...

By the way, you left a message on my blog about doing posts on the History of the anti-War movement. Neo-neocon did a series on that, under the heading Pacifism.

Here's the first one:

http://neo-neocon.blogspot.com/2005/09/varieties-of-pacifism-part-i-gandhis.html

dag said...

Nice work it is, too.

The approach we'll take here is that of the early American anti-war movements, starting in the early 18th century and moving on throug h the revolutionary War and so on till we come to our day in Iraq and beyond.

I'm not so much concerned about pacifism as I am with anti-war fascism, a passive resistence to war rather than pacifism itself,and a resistence that is generally beneficial to the enemy. It'll be a month or so before I can get to it.

Much to do in the meantime.

Pastorius said...

I wasn't aware such a movement existed in early America. That is astounding.