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“The call of blood, history, faith, culture and memory is winning the struggle against Economism, the Western materialist ideology that holds that the desire for money and things is what ultimately motivates mankind.”  — Patrick J. Buchanan

“The call of blood, history, faith, culture and memory is winning the struggle against Economism, the Western materialist ideology that holds that the desire for money and things is what ultimately motivates mankind.” — Patrick J.

“The heredity of the throne is the guarantee of all heredity and the safeguard of all inheritances.” — Louis-Gabriel-Amboise de Bonald, 1817

“The heredity of the throne is the guarantee of all heredity and the safeguard of all inheritances.

“All your life you’ve taken having a home for granted. Don’t.”

“All your life you’ve taken having a home for granted.

But only from the past do ideals arise that are not lymphatic, ideals with blood in their veins.

“What sort of community can be created without the ties of blood, history, and faith to bind it together?” — Thomas Fleming, 1991

“What sort of community can be created without the ties of blood, history, and faith to bind it together?

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wrathofgnon - "Good Kings are slaves, and their subjects are free." — Marie Leszczynska Queen of France

“But a kingdom that has once been destroyed can never come again into being; nor can the dead ever be brought back to life.”  — Sun Tzu, the Art of War

“But a kingdom that has once been destroyed can never come again into being; nor can the dead ever be brought back to life.” — Sun Tzu, the Art of War

Organic food? Reactionaries grow their own.

Reactionaries grow their own.

“The 1st century was expecting a lion, but got a lamb. The 21st century is expecting a lamb, when a lion is on his way.” – E. H. Looney

“The century was expecting a lion, but got a lamb. The century is expecting a lamb, when a lion is on his way.

“Ideological ugliness in the name of egalitarianism continues to do damage, with the paradoxical result that it increases inequality: For as it destroys beauty and elegance, so beauty and elegance become ever more rarefied and available to a smaller.

“All that is necessary for ugliness to prosper is for artists to reject beauty.” — Theodore Dalrymple

“All that is necessary for ugliness to prosper is for artists to reject beauty.

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