In Praise of Proper Egoism, Individualism, Collectivism and Altruism

Ayn Rand didn’t invent the philosophy that she promoted.  She just put the already long  existing philosophy of egoism into some of her own words and called it Objectivism. Egoism simply means that one believes in “looking out for oneself” and not sacrificing oneself for others. That’s it.  That’s the idea. However, an overly simplistic view of  egoism and its acceptance as part of one’s philosophy of life can lead to harmful hyper-individualism for a…

Essential Truths – The Fifth Prerequisite

By Max Musson: If we nationalists are to acquire sovereign political power, it will be necessary for us to engineer or participate in an event, series of events or process through which political power will pass to us from the existing regime, either suddenly or gradually. At such a critical juncture, it is highly probable that the political establishment will take extra-ordinarily desperate steps to prevent a nationalist government from taking office and such steps…