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Old August 14th, 2012 #1
Gil Irwin
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Default The German Conservative Revolution & its Legacy

'It is difficult to adequately summarize the views held by the Revolutionary Conservatives due to the fact that many of them held views that stood in contradistinction to certain views held by others in the same movement. What they generally had in common was an awareness of the importance of Volk (this term may be translated as “folk,” “nation,” “ethnicity,” or “people”) and culture, the idea of Volksgemeinschaft (“folk-community”), and a rejection of Marxism, liberalism, and democracy (particularly parliamentary democracy). Ideas that also were common among them was a rejection of the linear concept of history in favor of the cyclical concept, a conservative and non-Marxist form of socialism, and the establishment of an authoritarian elite.' -- Lucian Tudor

http://www.counter-currents.com/2012...cy/#more-29807

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Old August 14th, 2012 #2
Alex Linder
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'It is difficult to adequately summarize the views held by the Revolutionary Conservatives due to the fact that many of them held views that stood in contradistinction to certain views held by others in the same movement. What they generally had in common was an awareness of the importance of Volk (this term may be translated as “folk,” “nation,” “ethnicity,” or “people”) and culture, the idea of Volksgemeinschaft (“folk-community”), and a rejection of Marxism, liberalism, and democracy (particularly parliamentary democracy). Ideas that also were common among them was a rejection of the linear concept of history in favor of the cyclical concept, a conservative and non-Marxist form of socialism, and the establishment of an authoritarian elite.' -- Lucian Tudor

http://www.counter-currents.com/2012...cy/#more-29807

Gil
You can read the revolutionar (sic) conservative gibberish til the cows come home, but if they made any points worth making, they were subsumed in the only movement out of that period that actually mattered, the words of which are, some of them, recorded at calvin.edu .
 
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