Isegoria, who for over a decade (what were YOU doing for The Reaction® in 2003, hmmm?) has been doing the yeoman’s work of highlighting and commentating upon items of interest to the wider reactionary community, put up a post Tuesday Torches of Freedom. He did so with his now familiar utter absence of fanfare, prolixity, and self-promotion.
Pardon the self-promotion — but, while we’re at it, I do enjoy Al Fin‘s description of my site: A long lived eclectic blog with spirit. Huzzah!
Nick B. Steves sees Curtis’s work as a Lefter than Thou critique:
Oh, look at those dirty (big) businesses targeting unsuspecting normal people to buy stuff they don’t need (cigarettes, cars, and clothes). And just look at what those dirty Nazi did with it. And then, dontcha know, the political right gets its grubby paws on individualism and self-actualization to sell Reagan and Thatcher to the unsuspecting rubes. And finally, per impossibile, even the left gets in on the act. Let us collectively shake our heads.
This isn’t democracy, pleads Adam Curtis. This is tyranny! And the Reactionary fully agrees but wonders, “Well, what did you expect?”