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Jonathan Bowden

Jonathan Bowden(1962-2012) was a writer, painter, politician, speaker & self-described ‘pagan modernist’ from Kent, England. After having dropped out of both London University & Cambridge he entered politics as a member of the Conservative Party. Frustrated with the stagnation of mainstream conservatism Bowden & Stuart Millson founded the Revolutionary Conservative Caucus in 1992, hoping to inject the concepts of a modern, revolutionary vanguarg into the right wing & unionist parties in England. In the early 2000’s Bowden gave up his relatively fruitless attempts of influencing British conservative circles & joined the British Nation Party. He was appointed as ‘cultural officer’ & stayed with the party as a member until 2007. He delivered speeches to BNP party meeting up until 2010 when he severed all ties with the organization. The bulk of the video content we have here on Goytalk is from this time period & last 2 years of Bowden’s life when he delivered numerous informative & eloquent speeches at the London Forum, primarily on the great nationalist/rightist/vanguard figures of the 20th century. He died suddenly at the age of 49 at his home in Berkshire of heart failure. His short yet prolific creative career as a brilliant thinker & orator emanates throughout the contemporary revolutionary right, exemplifying the height of passionate & highly intellectual modern vanguard political expression.

Video Archive :

PT 1. Great Figures In Nationalism, Rightism, Traditionalism & Fascism

On the great Sicilian traditionalist philosopher Julius Evola.

On the origins of cultural Marxism and the Jewish Frankford School

On Yukio Mishima & Japanese traditionalism/ultranationalism.

On the literary figure Ezra Pound & his association with European fascism during WWII.

On George Orwell’s 1984.

On the legendary mathematician & extremist political philosopher Savitri Devi & her person alliance with German national socialism in the 1930’s-1940’s.

On the Scottish philosopher, mathematician, historian & teacher Thomas Carlyle.

On the German historian and philosopher of history Oswald Spengler

On the life & works of the legendary sci-fi/horror writer H.P. Lovecraft.

On the modernist/fascist British writer & painter Whyndham Lewis.

On the Italian turn of the century soldier, writer & proto-fascist Gabriele D’Annunzio – forerunner of Mussolini.

On the writer T.S. Eliot.

Politics/Misc History:

On hope for the future of national vanguard movements.

On the revolutionary history of the European people.

Credo: A Nietzschean Testament by Bowden