Reacting To Reaction

Here’s a remarkably frank look at neoreaction, from the increasingly red-pilled Andrew Sullivan. I’m too busy at the moment to comment — other than to say that Mr. Sullivan still has too much universalism and Progressive optimism in him to grasp the nettle just yet — but it’s encouraging to see the “progress” our side is making. What was, just a few years ago, an obscure intellectual eddy that made not a ripple in the American mainstream is now beginning to have a noticeable effect on ideological navigation.

I hope to have more to say about Mr. Sullivan’s essay shortly.


  1. Whitewall says

    Andrew did a pretty fair job under the “red pill” influence but did manage to reach for his “blue pill” stash to do his summary paragraphs. Too much current and future projection and prediction condensed into a sense of “what can’t happen”. If Yarvin’s “fantasy” future can’t be real…what is to stop Anton and Keslers’ current reality from expanding into a near future certainty?

    Posted May 7, 2017 at 8:31 am | Permalink
  2. Malcolm says

    Agreed, Robert.

    Posted May 7, 2017 at 11:57 am | Permalink

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