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Quote of the Week: Guillaume Faye, “Archeofuturism”

Guillaume FayeThe system, which is running out of steam, is actually trying to operate a democtomy: a ‘restrictive amputation of democracy.’ This is where it’s gotten. The same logic underlies ‘representative trade unions,’ even if these are only a minority phenomenon. From Robespierre and the Soviet Union to the Republican Front, it is always the same process, albeit in a soft version today: people do get to vote – it’s a democracy, after all – but can only vote for acceptable candidates – those of the party.

▪ Guillaume Faye, Archeofuturism (Arktos, 2010) extract from page 123.

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