June 22, 2012
The Old Right means Fascism, National Socialism, and other national-populist movements, which are the pre-eminent attempts to restore traditional hierarchical social forms within the context of modernity. Fascism and National Socialism were not merely reactionary, rear-guard resistances to modern egalitarianism by partisans of corrupt hierarchies. They represented a genuinely revolutionary impetus to restore vital, archaic, hierarchical values within the context of modern science, technology, and mass society.
Robert Stark interviews returning guest Greg Johnson. Topics include:
- Greg Johnson’s “Essay on New Right vs. Old”;
- How the North American New Right is founded on the rejection of Fascist and National Socialist party politics, totalitarianism, terrorism, imperialism, and genocide;
- How the New Right and the Old Right share the same goal–a society that is not just hierarchical but also organic;
- The rejection of both egalitarianism and the plutocracy, and the need for a meritocracy.