The Sunic Journal: Interview with Robert Steuckers

October 5, 2010

Robert Steuckers

Tom interviews with prominent European scholar and thinker Robert Steuckers, a cofounder of the European New Right. Topics include:

  • How mainstream political parties repeatedly conform to Politcal Correctness;
  • The artificial state of Belgium;
  • How nationalist revolution lies with us, not them;
  • The ongoing encyclopedic effort to recuperate our lost European intellectual heritage;
  • Bulletpoint
  • The meaning of metapolitics in postmodernity.

About Robert Steuckers

Robert is and essayist, translator and encyclopedist. He has translated hundreds of scholarly pieces from German, Dutch and English into Flemish, Italian and French. He runs the websites Vouloir and Euro-Synergies which contain essays in 6 different languages covering various fields of thought ranging from geopolitics to sociobiology and even medieval culture. Robert’s webzines and journals consistently give emphasis to writings from and about important “revolutionary conservative” thinkers.

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3 Responses to “The Sunic Journal: Interview with Robert Steuckers”

  1. FORP on October 7th, 2010 3:25 am

    Very good interview. The words were sometimes hard to hear on my system, so I had to listen to some parts a few times to understand it. Well worth it though, especially the second half. The Euro-Synergies website is amazing in the quantity of works that are available.

    Mr. Steuckers recommends examining the period before WWI, suggesting that after WWI the mindset was different. This was refreshing to hear. White European culture seems to have really thrived in those years.

  2. A German on October 14th, 2010 1:48 am

    Here Dr. Sunic, I would have liked to hear more about the possible breaking up of Belgium and its consequences.

    I myself am not really conviced if it really will happen.
    I think the bankers will not tolerate that, because they need such artificial states like Belgium, Luxemburg, Switzerland, Lichtenstein, San Marino, Andorra for their crooked buisness.

    But meanwhile the tension is really high in Belgium and it seems possible.

    What I fear is, that the German part of Belgium in the east will end up then in France!
    Because our traitorous government won’t accept new territory, even if it is German and the people there want it.
    Because our traitor-government fears that the “international community” may think Germany has lust for territory again.

    I’ve read that the “German Muncipalities” (a few counties around Euoen and St. Vieth) in eastern Belgium plan to join Germany in the case of a dissolution of Belgium.
    But they also have a second plan, in the case Germany rejects them, they plan to unite with Luxemburg!!!

    And there’s also another problem, in Southern Wallonia, which declared to join France in the case of a dissolution, there’s a Letzebuergisch speaking county!
    Letzebuergisch is the German dialect they speak in Luxemburg.

    I think if Belgium dissolves this small county in Southern Wallonia will also join Luxemburg. Together with the GM this would double Luxemburg and make it as big as the Kosovo.

    Another interesting question:
    What will happen to greater Brussels?
    After all it’s also EUROPE’S capital!

  3. A German on October 14th, 2010 5:56 am