Monthly Archives: December 2012

The Homo and the Negro: An Interview with James O’Meara

“If you read Baron Evola’s discussion, in Men among the Ruins, of the differences between the virile Roman racial type and the almost effeminate Mediterranean type, and then watch the famous slap-fight between Buckley and Gore Vidal—I saw it as a kid, but it’s on YouTube now of course—it’s clear that Buckley is exhibiting the traits of hysteria, melodrama and theatricality, while Vidal, sitting back and smirking, is the calm, reticent Aryan. It’s clear that Vidal is the real American patrician, Buckley the jumped-up Irishman whose father paid for the right schools. “

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