A lot of conservatives are asking, “what do we do now?”. The hopelessness and despair which comes from fighting against overwhelming odds is to be understood. But it is no excuse for giving up because of course that is exactly what they want.
Alain de Benoist is an essayist, philosopher, the author of over a hundred works addressing political philosophy and the history of ideas. He just published Contre le libéralisme. La société n’est pas un marché, with Éditions du Rocher. He spoke to the sixth colloquium of the Institut ILIADE, “Europe, the hour of borders,” on April 6th, 2019.
Canada as Cradle of Conservatism? A Review of Ron Dart's "The North American High Tory Tradition"
First of all, I do not consider myself to be a member of any movement or organization, but I am sympathetic to various movements, organizations, and even individuals that challenge the dominant liberal hegemony around the world. Therefore, this may pertain to certain independent journalists that self-describe as being left wing that demystify Washington's damage to somewhere like the Middle East, for instance Syria.
When I first started using the term alt-right in the midsummer of 2008, the term was negative in its conception. It was an attempt to get away from the mainstream conservatives, from George W. Bush and from neoconservatives. It was starting a new beginning. At that time, I did not know quite what that was going to be.