The Distributist – Political Black Ice

Although hesitant to adopt a set political label, The Distributist, whose channel includes wide-ranging philosophical discussions and in-depth analysis of civilizational political strategy, nonetheless considers himself part the ‘Western Tradition’. In typical rigorous fashion, The Distributist defines this with the C.L.E.A.R. acronym. C for Christendom, L for lived philosophy, E for ethical, A for ageless spiritual tradition, and R for renaissance. The latter is of particular note as The Distributist is a reactionary in the sense of believing the world is not always progressing forward. But as a true renaissance man, he seeks to make the present about making the future better.

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Very special guest The Distributist –


The Myth of the 20th Century – Episode 109 – The Distributist – Political Black Ice

— References —

– The Framing of the Constitution of the United States, Farrand (1962)
– The New Industrial State, Galbraith (1967)
– People’s Republic, Schlichter (2016)
– Can the Left and Right Cooperate?, A chat with Bronx Blogger, The Distributist (2018) –
– A Gentle Introduction to Mencius Moldbug, The Distributist (2018) –
– Joseph de Maistre –
– G. K. Chesterton –
– Hilaire Belloc –


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