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The Problem Of Democratic Sovereignty
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This post appeared first on XYZ.

This is the second in a series looking at sovereignty and political legitimacy in Western countries today. The first piece explored the problem of democratic legitimacy under socialism.

The mood among the establishment media has shifted noticeably since the French election. Gone is the post-Trump melancholia. Lovers of the globalist status quo seem to have convinced themselves that Brexit and Trump were just anomalies, and that the new world disorder of open borders, cultural Marxism against whites and unfettered corporate neoliberalism is back on track.

They’re wrong. Macron is a puppet of the globalists, sure, yet the establishment parties which have ruled France for decades were roundly rejected.… Read the rest

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Sorry Mr. Franklin, The Republic Is Dead
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This piece appeared originally on The Daily Caller.

President Trump’s flurry of activity since taking office has been breathtaking to behold. Like no president before him, Trump is using the power of the presidential pen to roll back the worst excesses of the Obama years and bring the focus of government back to what is in the interests of the American people.

Trump’s unilateral use of executive power is outraging liberals, of course. Their howls of anguish are a delight to the ears of right-thinking Americans. In a beautiful irony of history, it was the left who created the imperial presidency that Trump is now wielding to such devastating effect against their neo-Marxist globalist agenda.… Read the rest

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No Mr Soros, America Needs Defending
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This article appeared originally on The Daily Caller.

Last Wednesday oligarch George Soros wrote an opinion piece for Project Syndicate, a website his Open Society Foundation co-funds. In the article, entitled ‘Open Society Needs Defending’, Mr. Soros laments that his beloved open societies project is in crisis around the world. According to Mr. Soros, our future is threatened by the rise of so-called closed societies – ‘fascist dictatorships’ and ‘mafia states’. Given that President-elect Trump is mentioned by name in the first sentence, the reference to his recent election victory is clear.

Mr. Soros’ vitriol for President-elect Trump does not end there.… Read the rest

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Order Is Breaking Down
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This post originally appeared on XYZ.

Does anyone still not think that the world got real weird about a year or two ago? It’s like the globe went from being a placid pond to a washing machine. Things that you never would have imagined ten years ago are now daily occurrences in the news. As usual, the mainstream media is explaining away events while XYZ has been covering this trend in detail. How can we make sense of the atmosphere of insanity which we can feel is spreading around the world?

It’s my view that we are living through a time when the paradigm upon which the present order is based is breaking down.… Read the rest

Does Democracy Destroy Liberty?
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This post originally appeared on XYZ.

Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn recently dropped a grenade on my brain, and now my thoughts are all a-jumble. I believe I can now say, with conviction, that I can understand how Alice felt while falling into that hole. I’m as confused as the ABC’s ‘election computer’. Perhaps after reading this, you’ll be similarly discombobulated. I happen to have the grenade right here, so I’m happy to oblige. Right now, I have the pin in my teeth and I’m now hurling the grenade at your frontal cortex…

Democracy and liberalism are incompatible. Boom!

Now sometimes this grenade is slow-release, so give it some time.… Read the rest

Who is the Oligarchy?
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As you are no doubt aware, politics is the puppet show put on for us peasants by the puppeteer oligarchs. But who are the oligarchy exactly?

All republican or representative forms of government are actually oligarchies, or very quickly become them. Rome had several rebellions by the proles during its early republican history until they were given the tribunate to represent their interests politically. Even this position was abrogated by the patricians over time, and became part of the bundle of offices the emperors used to justify their supreme authority. This followed two centuries of disastrous civil wars caused by infighting among oligarchic factions.… Read the rest