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Julius Evola eventually broke with Mussolini and the Italian Fascists because he considered them overly tame and corrupted by compromise. Instead he preferred the Nazi SS officers…


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  1. Steve Farina says:

    Ben,
    Did you even read the NYT article? If so, how did you come to the conclusion of Evola being Bannon’s favorite author?
    I hope your readers do in fact read the NYT article, and follow the link to the Briebart article on the alt-right (it is long, but worth reading completely).
    Thanks for unintentionally bringing my attention to this article about an area I had previously found easier to dismiss.

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