The chaos of today’s ‘postmodern’ world has turned many of us into bystanders, bereft in the face of the change that is overwhelming our lives. The so called great reset is one name among many for a process, traceable to the 1980s, which seeks a borderless open market in order to embrace new technologies and systems. If the ‘new normal’ is ever realised, to its fullest extent, political process in every land will be subordinated to ‘expert’ ie corporate control.

Hiding behind slogans such as ‘openness’ and ‘diversity’, the growing influence of this new ‘ideology’ … ‘globalism’ … is not a theory, conspiratorial or otherwise. The war on human society is a stage, perhaps the final stage, in the natural evolution of capitalism, predicted for centuries by social scientists.

Infiltrating every aspect of political, social and cultural life, the framework of global ‘rule’ is protected by a patrician class of politicians, technocrats and intellectuals whose interests no longer depend on loyalty to any human family. In practice the globalised ‘uber’ capitalism they serve will facilitate nothing more than the systematic, unrestrained plunder of our collective human resources by giant corporate interests.

On our ABOUT page you can read a brief introduction to National Bolshevism (NatBol), a revolutionary concept of national communities liberated from the control of the global ‘market’.

In RESOURCES you will find articles, essays and commentaries supportive of or reflecting upon all or some of its ideas along with links to external sites containing extensive additional material.

Freed from the racism of the right and the ‘materialism’ of the left, the alternative model proposed by National Bolsheviks was rejected nearly a century ago by radicals from both traditions. Within a few years most of the revolutionaries were drawn, by the globalists of the time, into the conflagration of World War II.

As endless wars, ‘moral’ crusades and insurrections, driven by the interests of non state actors, threaten to overwhelm our deconstructing world, we must become fully conscious of the reality of our present condition if we are to avoid replicating the mistakes of past struggles.

It is time to open our minds to the original NatBol vision of an authentic nationhood governed by principles of social justice. An international order of peaceful, self governing communities, freed from the control of an inhuman financial system, must be our ‘reset’ or in the end we will live our lives as little more than the perennial objects of rapacious greed.

Review of Karl Paetel’s ‘National Bolshevist Manifesto (1933)’

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