Lana Lokteff: “Living in a World Gone Mad.”


American Renaissance


Published on May 31, 2019

Lana Lokteff of Red Ice begins with a clown horn—but delivers a philosophically grounded speech that draws on Oswald Spengler, Joseph Campbell, and Carl Jung. She notes that the popular meme of “Clown World” harks back to the archetypal European character of the fool, who can speak forbidden truths and embrace chaos rather than vainly trying to resist it. She argues that the West is at the end of an inevitable historical cycle, and that mockery is the best weapon for those who want to speed the end of this destructive phase. By mocking the present elite, white advocates can hasten the coming of a new order that is in harmony with human nature.


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