Tag: traditionalism

Techno-Traditionalism Against Modernity

At the root of our failure to progress lies the inculcation of a vast web of subtle progressivist influences on our thinking, the greatest and most paralyzing of which is the notion that traditionalism and conservatism are synonymous. The Radical Traditionalist metapolitical precepts–honor, fidelity, hierarchy, and transcendence–aren’t conservative values rooted in the past. They’re perennial… Read more »

Traditionalist Parties: Reasons

“Traditionalism” broadly represents faith, family, kinship, fertility, honor, respect, honesty, work ethic, and duty. These are the pillars of a healthy society and even civilization itself. These are the pillars of advanced civilization, stimulating harmony and prosperity wherever they’re upheld. Today, however, traditional and family values are stigmatized as “outdated” and “undeveloped” by the biased media… Read more »

A Response to Andrew Anglin’s Meninism

Boadicea Haranguing The Britons

>> Women; Can’t Live With Them [Anglin] > Where the White Women At [Parrott] A Response to Matt Parrott’s Feminism [Anglin] I generally resist the urge to get the last word in on back-n-forth arguments. Once both sides have clearly laid out their positions, there’s a point of diminishing returns with repeated exchanges which serve only… Read more »

Slut Walk 2015: The same old song and dance

The Slut Walk 2015 season is here.  This means scantily clad women parading in the streets chanting “yes means yes!” and all the while pretending to be victims of supposed rape culture.  It’s the same old song and dance (even though they do it anew every year) of “muh sexual freedoms” and reductio ad Patriarchy…. Read more »

TYN goes to the Movies: Review of The Wind Rises

Some weeks ago I did a review on Hiyao Miyazaki’s Spirited Away (2001) and found that it was generally well received.  Well, all except for a handful who called me a basement-dwelling sperg.  Anime, animation broadly, is only incidental to Miyazaki’s way of telling stories and if you can get around that it’s some of the best… Read more »