The Orthodox Nationalist: A Critique of Dugin’s National Bolshevism – TON 122320

This broadcast is a historical criticism of Dugin’s ‘The Metaphysics of National Bolshevism’. The phrase itself, due to its vagueness, can mean many things. It came into existence over German debates over the ideological meaning of the Leninist takeover of what used to be Russia from 1917 to 1921. The National Bolshevik idea, according to Dugin, derives from the argument that the Bolshevik movement wasn’t essentially Marxist, but primarily anti-individual and even “national.”

Podcast Source — Radio Albion Website