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  • Iran-Iraq War significance

    Iran-Iraq War Significance [Counter-Revolutionary Case Studies]

    in The Strenuous Life / / 2 comments

    Greetings men- The following is the final entry in Michael Gladius‘s ‘Counter-Revolutionary Case Studies’ series. It is quite interesting and provides some additional perspective to things seeing as it was a Muslim vs Muslim conflict. At the bottom I also include a few thoughts of my own. Note: I had to edit this one to a reasonably large extent due

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  • Mannerbundism. Reconquest. Self-Improvement.

    Julian Langness Speech At Northwest Forum 2017

    in The Strenuous Life / / 8 comments

    Greetings men- I had the privilege yesterday of speaking at the 2017 Northwest Forum. It was organized by author C.B. Robertson, and while the attendance wasn’t as high as past Northwest Forums, it was still a great experience and was an immense honor to speak at. C.B. uploaded my speech to his Youtube channel (which I encourage you to subscribe

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    Steve McNallen Interview – Honor, Asatru, And The Future Of Europe

    in The Strenuous Life, Tolkienism / / 10 comments

    Greetings men- I am very pleased to bring you this interview with the one and only Steve McNallen! For those of you who don’t know, Steve McNallen was the originator of the Asatru Folk Assembly, and has created quite a legacy for himself through those efforts and others. There are few people with as much relevant knowledge and experience and

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  • What can the modern West learn from Jadotville?

    The Battle of Jadotville [Counter-Revolutionary Case Studies]

    in The Strenuous Life / / 16 comments

    Greetings men- The following is another entry in Michael Gladius‘s ongoing series on Counter-Revolutionary Case Studies. It is very interesting and I highly recommend you check it out!     The Siege of Jadotville (Ireland’s Alamo) In 2016, an excellent movie came out on Netflix depicting this battle. Here is the trailer for it (although I highly recommend watching the

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  • blood and sand arab israel war lessons

    Blood And Sand [Counter-Revolutionary Case Studies]

    in The Strenuous Life / / 0 comments

    Greetings men- Below is another article in Michael Gladius’s excellent series on Counter-Revolutionary Case Studies. If you haven’t read any of his previous ones, click on the above hyperlink on his name and you can access them. They are analyses of prior conflicts and extrapolation of lessons from those conflicts that would be valuable to know in the event of

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  • The Battle of Athens and future civil war in Europe and the West

    The Battle Of Athens [Counter-Revolutionary Case Study]

    in The Strenuous Life / / 1 comments

    Greetings men- The following is the newest piece in an ongoing series by ECW contributor Michael Gladius. I think it is the most fascinating one yet, and I highly encourage you to check it out. It is about an extremely interesting real-life sequence of events in post-WWII Athens, Tennessee, which I had strangely never heard of before this.    

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  • What Can We Learn From The Finns? [Counter-Revolutionary Case Study]

    in The Strenuous Life / / 9 comments

    Greetings men- Below is another article by Michael Gladius analyzing a historical conflict (in this case the conflicts in Finland from the first half of the twentieth century). I think its implicit, but the series of articles in question isn’t supposed to suggest that real actual 1900’s-style civil war is imminent in Europe. Obviously I do think Europe is going

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  • Ten Thoughts From Audacious Epigone [Interview On Preservation And Reconquest]

    in The Strenuous Life / / 8 comments

    Greetings men- The following is a written interview with a gentleman named The Audacious Epigone. Mr. Epigone is a highly successful author and blogger who has been inhabiting and fighting in these corners of the culture wars for a number of years now. He seems to be mentioned all over the place these days. Here’s an article Steve Sailer wrote

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