The Dark Enlightenment / NeoReaction gets Mainstream Notice

I’m late to this party, but Matt Sigl’s “The Dark Enlightenment: The Creepy Internet Movement You’d Better Take Seriously” has piqued mainstream interest, along with Scott Alexander’s Anti-Reactionary FAQ, Klint Finley’s “Geeks for Monarchy: The Rise of the Neoreactionaries,” Bryce Laliberte’s “It’s not racist to seek an ‘exit’,” and Jason Kuznicki’s “Zombie Apocalypse or Marginal Revolution?” (and here, here, etc.).

Matt Parrott responds: “The “Dark Enlightenment” is New Right Lite

As I’ve noted previously, the Dark Enlightenment, largely an American phenomenon notwithstanding Land, has much in common with the European archeofuturist or identitarian movement, although the later is less influenced by libertarianism (perhaps for the better).

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5 thoughts on “The Dark Enlightenment / NeoReaction gets Mainstream Notice

  1. Was in coffee shop recently and heard a couple guys (presumably computer programmers) talking about the Dark Enlightenment and how “cool” it is.

  2. Marxist prick John Simpson of BBC makes presumptuous statement: ‘Mandela was UNIVERSALLY the most admired leader.’ Some of us prefer Putin.

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