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Curious if anyone reads his stuff.

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On 1/26/2019 at 11:45 AM, poptart said:

Curious if anyone reads his stuff.

Is this a fair review of Evola's legacy?  Annalisa Merelli, “Steve Bannon’s interest in a thinker who inspired fascism exposes the misogyny of the alt-right,” Quartz,  February 22, 2017, online at https://qz.com/909323/bannons-interest-for-julius-evola-unveils-the-sexism-at-the-core-of-trump/ .

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9 hours ago, Robert F. Smith said:

Is this a fair review of Evola's legacy?  Annalisa Merelli, “Steve Bannon’s interest in a thinker who inspired fascism exposes the misogyny of the alt-right,” Quartz,  February 22, 2017, online at https://qz.com/909323/bannons-interest-for-julius-evola-unveils-the-sexism-at-the-core-of-trump/ .

No.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julius_Evola

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On 1/28/2019 at 12:10 AM, Robert F. Smith said:

Is this a fair review of Evola's legacy?  Annalisa Merelli, “Steve Bannon’s interest in a thinker who inspired fascism exposes the misogyny of the alt-right,” Quartz,  February 22, 2017, online at https://qz.com/909323/bannons-interest-for-julius-evola-unveils-the-sexism-at-the-core-of-trump/ .

Yes, Evola was a regressive monster who believed rape was a natural right of man. He hated liberalism (in both the classical and the modern sense) and Mussolini (Hitler’s old pal) loved his stuff.

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So Bannon is explained as quoting the guy to promote protection of Christianity:

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with particular reference to his belief that the Judeo-Christian world order is to be defended from the attacks of contemporary society.

But wiki has Evola as attacking Christianity.

Not making a lot of sense.

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On 1/28/2019 at 8:06 AM, poptart said:

I am not seeing a difference between wiki and the article.

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On 1/30/2019 at 4:48 PM, Calm said:

So Bannon is explained as quoting the guy to promote protection of Christianity:

But wiki has Evola as attacking Christianity.

Not making a lot of sense.

Never expect rationality and logic to rule when dealing with bigots.

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