A STEEL-cameralist Manifesto Part 3a: The Age of Crisis; the Science of the State; and the Rules for Rulers.

Contents: Introduction: The Age of Crisis.  1: What is the State? 2: The Rules for Rulers. 3: The Rules for Essentials. 4: The Rules for Expendables.  5: The Science of the State. 6: The State as an Exponential Feedback Loop. 7: Coherent V Incoherent States. 8: Imperium In Imperio.      Introduction: The Age of … Continue reading A STEEL-cameralist Manifesto Part 3a: The Age of Crisis; the Science of the State; and the Rules for Rulers.

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Make Haste Slowly.

We are pleased to see "Boney" getting some recognition – even if it has not yet been fully digested (we will reply to this talented, but impudent, fellow shortly). Mr Quaslacrimas has made some very insightful comments on the challenges of post-restoration politics. Mr Quaslacrimas writes:  However it may be, when the reactionaries are ready to … Continue reading Make Haste Slowly.

A STEEL-cameralist Manifesto Part 2: A Dionysian Conspiracy.

Napoleon, Metternich, Carlyle, Nietzsche and the “Dionysian Conspiracy”. 1: Nietzsche’s Problem. 2: The “Betrayer” of the Revolution. 3: The Destroyer of Democracy. 4: Aristocratic Radicalism. 5: Nietzsche V Carlyle on Napoleon. 6: Downfall. 7: Summary and Conclusion.  Parliaments having failed, there remained nothing but the way of Despotism. Military Dictators, each with his district, to coerce the … Continue reading A STEEL-cameralist Manifesto Part 2: A Dionysian Conspiracy.

The Cathedral Green-Lights a Coup d’Etat in Venezuela.

Here, at Imperial Energy, we propound the next stage of neoreactionary thinking. Like Marx, we argue here that our conclusions are driven by inexorable logic. The logic of history is not theology; nor is it philosophy. The logic of history is not economics, or technology. What is this logic? What is it that brings out … Continue reading The Cathedral Green-Lights a Coup d’Etat in Venezuela.

A STEEL-cameralist Manifesto Part 1: Caesar Himself.

      A philosopher who argues for exceptional types must also argue for exceptional measures. Reflecting on the first time he saw the Emperor Napoleon, Heinrich Heine, the so-called ‘panegyrist of Napoleon’, also describes him as a law unto himself, the state of exception incarnate, a veritable force of nature. Nietzsche and Napoleon: the … Continue reading A STEEL-cameralist Manifesto Part 1: Caesar Himself.