by Addison Wiggin
I’d like to draw your attention to two Italian philosophers from the 20s and 30s. That’s because these two opposing Italian philosophies are at the root of all the social strife and violence taking place in our streets today.
On one side is Antonio Gramsci. He called for socialism by overtaking cultural institutions and rotting them slowly from within. On the other side is Julius Evola. He emphasized Traditionalism, supported today by people like Steve Bannon and Aleksandr Dugin (Russian Strategist).
They are anti-globalization, support nationalism, strong borders, spirituality, and have already influenced Putin and Trump, Viktor Orban of Hungary, and Bolsonaro of Brazil.