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I Gave Up On The American Empire

"I gave up on the American Empire when I was in my early 20's because of what I discovered as a young man. I was mostly anticapitalist then but I knew how dangerous modern technology was from reading Thoreau, Heidegger, Ellul, and Mumford. Presently, I find myself in the middle class, think capitalism is just as subversive as Marxism, hate Progressivism, am a Roman Catholic Christian, and am very pro-white. I also realize theres no way to put the technological genie back in the bottle.

In terms of a vision I can get behind in light of everything I've learned and believe now, Faye's ArcheoFuturism is as close a fit to my own thinking as possible and is something I have supported for years. You know youve read a good book when it brilliantly lays out things youve already begun constructing in your own mind much better than you could yourself.

If you havent read him you should, even if you dont agree with his catastrophism, Nietzscheianism, and idealism. In light of the practical realities that face Europeans and their descendants in the modern world, there is much we can draw from his works in terms of how to handle the current crises, how to live wisely with technology, how we should organize ourselves and why, and how we should deal with the current subversions, invasions, and enemies.

I would abandon the United States (with my family) in a heartbeat if a viable plan to move us back to Ireland or Scandanavia arose and was going to create a better life for us there. In fact, I pray for it (I've had quite enough of the Zionist/Bolshevik kosher sandwich in America as I know most Europeans have in Europe as well). Sadly, the conditions there are not much better there than here, if at all:

"The clash of civilizations actually amounts to the confrontation of the White race with all the others.

If nothing changes, in the middle of the 21st century, i.e., in a generation, peoples of European descent will be minorities in their own lands, on our continent and even in America.

This tragic upheaval had been implicitly envisaged by Oswald Spengler in the 1920s ("The Decline of the West") and by Pierre Chaunu and Jean Raspail in the 1970s ("The White Plague" and "The Camp of the Saints").

The diagnosis for our civilization and our ethnosphere is death, pure and simple, if no unforeseen doctor emerges to cure us."

— Guillaume Faye, speaking at "The Future of the White World" conference in Moscow, June 2006.

Guillaume Faye’s proposed cure to the civilizational pathogen detailed above is his concept of "Eurosiberia," introduced in his 1998 book "Archeofuturism."

This novel geopolitical concept envisions a vast empire stretching from Ireland to Russia, encompassing the totality of the White world. This ambitious plan aims to unite White Europeans under an identitarian empire, forming the world's first "hyper-power" — an ethnocentric, inegalitarian, and aristocratic imperial confederation termed the "destined space" of native Europeans. The concept is inherently differentialist, distinctively Nietzschean, and would epitomize the German conservative revolutionary ideal par excellence.

This empire, envisioned as an autarky with a self-sustained economy, positions itself as an adversary to the rapidly declining and multicultural Sodom that is the contemporary United States and the Muslim world, yet remains an ally to China and India for reasons of geopolitical security.

It advocates for global cooperation on the strict condition that "everyone stays in their own lands." "Eurosiberia" seeks to redraw the world map based on ethnonationalism, creating nations for single ethnic groups aimed at preserving their native traditions and identities.

The underlying premise of "Eurosiberia" suggests that ethno-cultures degrade when they coexist, necessitating geographical separation. Faye's vision recognizes that geopolitics and reality necessitate the formation of a powerful bloc, sufficiently robust to preserve its ethnocultural identity and potent enough to compete militarily and economically on the global stage."

- Chad Crowley (Twitter/X)

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