Anschluss: The Politics of Vesica Piscis: Energy Devolution, Ethno Nationalism, and the Secessionist Fracturing of the Industrial Nation State: A Polemic

Anschluss: The Politics of Vesica Piscis: Energy Devolution, Ethno Nationalism, and the Secessionist Fracturing of the Industrial Nation State: A Polemic

by Sebastian Ernst Ronin

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ISBN-13: 9781492771098
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 10/17/2013
Pages: 432
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.88(d)

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Anschluss: The Politics of Vesica Piscis: Energy Devolution, Ethno Nationalism, and the Secessionist Fracturing of the Industrial Nation State: A Pole 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Unlike the group of politically-coordinated trolls who feel inclined to make superficial, petulant attacks without even having read the book, I've actually read Anschluss in its entirety, and would heartily recommend it to all ethnonationalists, preppers, and secessionists. The book itself is mostly comprised of brand new content, having never been seen before, with the minority consisting of essays and blog entries which have been rewritten and expanded upon exclusively for the book. This is in stark contrast to the all-too-common trend in alt-politics of haphazardly cobbling together existing blog posts and slapping a price tag on the bundle- as done by the LGBT author/WN scammer Greg Johnson, for example. Not only is the content in Anschluss new, it’s relevant, offering a much-needed breath of fresh air and direction in the sphere of racial politics that’s been otherwise spinning its wheels. Mr. Ronin provides a comprehensive analysis of our current situation- taking into account ecological, economic, cultural, and racial dynamics, noting their interrelationship, and from that, laying out the contextual framework ethnonationalists must operate in with an accompanying strategy to ensure our future survival and victory. Coupled with a firm grasp of historical events and detailed critique of where contemporary White Nationalist factions are going wrong and why they’re failing, and articulated in a digestible manner, Anschluss is certainly worth a purchase and your time. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The language of the book is unprofessional and amateurish, with frequent lapses into ‘ghetto’ speak about Jews and Africans, which emphasises Ronin’s lack of sophistication. In a book on politics his language is quite frankly inappropriate and more suited to an audience of gangster rappers. On this vein he also does nothing to separate himself from continuously failing ideologies on the right, with more of the ‘repressed white people’ jargon and ‘white genocide’ themes which are standard stock phrases amongst low brow right wing groupsThough Ronin insults the white nationalists within his work, these are the only readership demographic which would take an interest in his work. Ronin repeatedly denounces white nationalism, yet slumps back into this rut and is completely unable to escape from it.The language of the book is unprofessional and amateurish, with frequent lapses into ‘ghetto’ speak about Jews and Africans, which emphasises Ronin’s lack of sophistication. In a book on politics his language is quite frankly inappropriate and more suited to an audience of gangster rappers. On this vein he also does nothing to separate himself from continuously failing ideologies on the right, with more of the ‘repressed white people’ jargon and ‘white genocide’ themes which are standard stock phrases amongst low brow right wing groups.As to the tactics of ‘Vesica Piscis’ which is part of Ronin’s core premise – it is nothing more than a simple Hegelian dialectic of Left and Right – a theoretical convergence of white nationalism (despite Ronin’s attempts to sweep this under the carpet) and the Green Left. In this regard it is similar to National Anarchism, sadly deficient of its artistic and intellectual elements. Vesica Piscis is therefore nothing more than yet another attempt at enact the Third Position, which still remains fashionable in some circles despite its failure to capture either the Left or the Right. The main part of the book which I really dislike however, is Ronin’s love affair with the Norwegian mass murderer Breivik. His gushing admiration for the murderer borders on being a homosexual love affair. Breivik should not be a role model for any serious political leader, and Ronin’s interest in this unsavoury character should be enough to warn people want will happen if you join the RPN i.e. visits from the FBI and prison sentences. Brevik is no friend to any European political cause, he murdered Europeans in a ridiculous attempt to demonstrate his point about immigration. Thus, even at murder Breivk is a nutter failure and it reveals much of Ronin’s psychological character that he is both a fan and personal correspondent of the Norwegian murderer Breivik. The fact that he expresses this sentiment publically is enough to bar him from ever having an ounce of success in real world political circles and reveals a gross misunderstanding of how real politik is played between opponents. Endorsement of Breivik dooms both Ronin’s book and the RPN to failure. .
CletePurcell More than 1 year ago
This book deserves far wider distribution and acclaim and ought to be in every public library and school. The ideas expressed in it are sorely worth examination and study during this period of Western European diaspora and for the next  several generations to come.