Adi

Adi is a Boer of Dutch, German and French Huguenot ancestry. He is a Traditionalist Christian, a Nationalist and a Kinist. Adi is a millennial from rural South Africa. His passions include Counter-Revolutionary Christian philosophy, systematic theology and anthropology. He holds a PhD in Theology from one of the world's top 100 universities.

Paul’s Ethnonationalist Principle in Practice

The apostle Paul teaches that ethnonationalism is a means of preserving Christianity (Acts 17:26-27). Demographic trends among Western nations prove this. Multiculturalism leads to a decline in Christianity – even among the native population. But why is this?  Apart from the immediate demographic effects of immigration, there are two main practical reasons: 1. A multi-faith society …

The Family as Miniature Monarchy

The Scottish jurist Thomas Craig (1538-1608) writing in defense of the hereditary monarchy of England, argues that the family was, historically, the blueprint for the monarchy. They are similar in that both arose from paternal authority: “Now families at first were kind of small monarchies…In those families, government by many, whether aristocratical or democratical was …

Putin Declares Liberalism Obsolete

In a recent interview with the Financial Times, the leader of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, has described liberal ideas as “obsolete”. The interview speaks for itself, as he focuses on the failures of multiculturalism and notes that the LGBT agenda is fundamentally opposed to the values of the majority of people in the Western …

Rights, Values and Pluralism

In a recent article, Patrick Buchanan responds to Joe Biden’s flip on the issue of abortion by asking the question: “Are Abortion & Gay Rights American Values?” Buchanan chooses this as the heading of his piece because the left often refer to things like multiculturalism, abortion, sodomy etc. as “core values”. And with good reason. …