The so called great reset is one name among many for a process which began to take hold in the eighties. It’s advocates want to replace old notions of society with a new ‘lifestyle’ model in which our needs are moulded by market influencers. In the framing of public policy, governments will be directed by stakeholders portrayed as impartial experts. Under this new order all human intelligence will become subordinated to commercially manufactured alternative truths.

In a genuinely open society political authority is accountable. The sponsors of the ‘new normal’ want a free, borderless market in which civil society cannot impede the imposition of new technologies and systems owned and controlled by small numbers of people. The vehicle of change is crisis … created, exaggerated or misused to justify corporate intervention in our lives.

Adopting slogans such as choice and diversity – code for the removal of all restraints on investment – the growing influence of this new ideology … ‘globalism’ … is not a theory, conspiratorial or otherwise. For a century it has been described by social scientists and foreseen by philosophers. Separated from membership of any meaningful communities, the lives we will lead in this new world will be isolated, spiritually empty and dominated, if not defined, by meaningless patterns of consumption.

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For the nation state, and the citizen whose rights it guarantees, the future is bleak. Any national community perceived by corporate actors, and the ‘statesmen’ they control, to be resistant to economic absorption faces the ‘full spectrum’ war waged against Iraq and Libya, countries which were not merely subdued but destroyed systemically in order to be rebuilt. In the face of apocalyptic warnings it’s likely many citizens will surrender their autonomy willingly, indifferent to the fate of recalcitrant neighbours. If we’re not there already, we are perilously close to the moment when, for our leaders, no consideration of harm will inhibit ‘progress’ to the post human new order.

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For the new normal to be fully realised, the political process must be legitimised by ‘expert’ opinion which means subordination to monopoly commercial interests. Infiltrating every aspect of political, social and cultural life, the instrument of global rule is a patrician class of politicians, technocrats and intellectuals whose interests no longer require deference to any scientific laws or loyalty to any human family and who exercise almost total control over mass media. Under the guise of meeting new challenges the technocratic order is nothing more than a supersized version of the old mercantile capitalism, set up to enable the uninhibited plunder of our collective human resources by giant corporations and billionaires.

Maski, India – Nov 12,2020 :

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 imperialists 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 in accordance with the 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.

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