Convergence of Catastrophes

Convergence of Catastrophes

The thesis of this book is a terrifying one: our present global civilisation will collapse within twenty years, and it is too late to stop it.

Author: Guillaume Faye

Publisher: Arktos

ISBN: 9781907166457

Category: Political Science

Page: 220

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The thesis of this book is a terrifying one: our present global civilisation will collapse within twenty years, and it is too late to stop it. We shall regress to a 'New Middle Ages' akin to the fall of the Roman Empire, only much more destructive. For the first time in the whole of human history, certain 'dramatic lines', giant crises and catastrophes of immense proportions - already tangible - have emerged. They are converging and will most likely reach their zenith by 2020. Up to that time, as we have already been witnessing, their effects will continue to get worse, until a breaking point is reached. Guillaume Faye rigorously examines these escalating crises one by one: environmental damage and climate change; the breakdown of a speculative and debt-ridden globalist economy; the return of global epidemics; the depletion of fossil fuels and of agricultural and fishing resources; the rise of mass immigration, terrorism and nuclear proliferation; the worsening of the rupture between Islam and the West; and the dramatic explosion of a population of the elderly in the wealthy countries - all of it leading to an unprecedented worldwide economic recession, an increase in localised and possibly large-scale armed conflicts...and perhaps worse. Still, Faye reminds us, we should not give in to pessimism: what we are experiencing is not an apocalypse, but a metamorphosis of humanity. We might have reached the end of what the Hindu traditions refer to as the Kali Yuga, the 'age of iron' marked by materialism and selfishness, but those who survive the catastrophe and chaos will perhaps build a new and better humanity... With a doctorate in political science from Paris' Institute of Political Science, the essayist Guillaume Faye was one of the principal theoreticians of the French Nouvelle Droite in the 1970s and '80s prior to his growing sympathy for the identitarian movement. He has also been a journalist at Figaro-Magazine, Paris-Match, Magazine-Hebdo, Valeurs Actuelles, and a radio commentator. For several years he was the editor of J'ai tout compris (I Understood Everything), a private newsletter.
Categories: Political Science

The Colonisation of Europe

The Colonisation of Europe

In this book, Guillaume Faye, the firebrand of the French New Right, confronts the phenomenon of mass immigration head-on.

Author: Guillaume Faye

Publisher:

ISBN: 1910524719

Category: Political Science

Page: 422

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In this book, Guillaume Faye, the firebrand of the French New Right, confronts the phenomenon of mass immigration head-on. Rather than talking about 'immigration', Faye insists that we must speak of a massive colonisation settlement of the West by peoples from the Global South. This, together with declining birthrates, means that Europeans will soon become a minority in Europe, and their ancient and unique heritage will disappear. He furthermore demonstrates that the Islamic world is carrying out a hostile takeover both of France and Europe, with 'youth delinquency' and terrorism being the first indicators of a coming ethnic civil war as Europe is overwhelmed through its porous borders. All of these facts are taboo for Europe's leaders and 'intellectuals', who are working to organise Europe's demise. This is a more serious threat than all the plagues and wars ever experienced by Europe. Likewise, Faye directs criticism at some of his former colleagues in the New Right for failing to grasp the reality of the situation. He calls to prepare for the only meaningful answer to this crisis: the Reconquista. Guillaume Faye was one of the principal members of the famed French New Right organisation GRECE in the 1970s and '80s. After departing in 1986 due to his disagreement with its strategy, he had a successful career on French television and radio before returning to the stage of political philosophy as a powerful alternative voice with the publication of Archeofuturism. Since then he has continued to challenge the status quo within the Right in his writings, earning him both the admiration and disdain of his colleagues. Arktos has also published his Archeofuturism (2010), Why We Fight (2011), Convergence of Catastrophes (2012), and Sex and Deviance (2014).
Categories: Political Science

Archeofuturism 2 0

Archeofuturism 2 0

Archeofuturism 2.0 is a thrilling work of science fiction that will haunt your dreams and awaken your unspoken desires.

Author: Guillaume Faye

Publisher:

ISBN: 1910524921

Category: Fiction

Page: 202

View: 191

In Archeofuturism, which became a cult classic in some circles, Faye stipulated that the twenty-first century would not develop in line with the forecasts. Archeofuturism 2.0 is a thrilling work of science fiction that will haunt your dreams and awaken your unspoken desires.
Categories: Fiction

Guillaume Faye and the Battle of Europe

Guillaume Faye and the Battle of Europe

Apropos of Guillaume Corvus, La Convergence des catastrophes. Paris:
Diffusion International, 2004. early three hundred years ago, the early scientistic
stirrings of liberal modernity introduced the notion that life is like a clock:
measurable, ...

Author: Michael O'Meara

Publisher: Arktos

ISBN: 9781907166884

Category: Political Science

Page: 132

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Europe is at war and does not know it. She is overrun by invaders from the Global South, who seek to replace those who have inhabited her lands for at least the last 30,000 years. She is subject to an American overlord, whose world system dictates her de-Europeanization and globalization. She is mismanaged and betrayed by EU technocrats, corrupt politicians, and plutocratic elites. Without a revolutionary mobilization in her defense, the thousand-year-old civilization that grew out of the medieval Respublica Christiana and that we today associate with 'Europe' - along with the unique genetic heritage of her peoples - will forever cease to exist. Guillaume Faye - doctorate from one of France's most prestigious Ecoles, social philosopher, author of numerous books and articles - is the Cassandra warning Europeans of their approaching extinction, and the need to prepare for the impending Battle of Europe. Michael O'Meara, Ph.D., studied social theory at the Ecoles des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, and modern European history at the University of California. He is the author of New Culture, New Right: Anti-Liberalism in Postmodern Europe (2004)."
Categories: Political Science

Convergence of Contemporary Art Visual Culture and Global Civic Engagement

Convergence of Contemporary Art  Visual Culture  and Global Civic Engagement

Laura Rachel Fattal William Paterson University, USA ABSTRACT Natural
catastrophes are seen as a catalyst for creativity in interdisciplinary arts-
integrated preservice teacher education. Preservice teacher lesson plans and
implementation ...

Author: Shin, Ryan

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781522516668

Category: Art

Page: 390

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Art is a multi-faceted part of human society, and often is used for more than purely aesthetic purposes. When used as a narrative on modern society, art can actively engage citizens in cultural and pedagogical discussions. Convergence of Contemporary Art, Visual Culture, and Global Civic Engagement is a pivotal reference source for the latest scholarly material on the relationship between popular media, art, and visual culture, analyzing how this intersection promotes global pedagogy and learning. Highlighting relevant perspectives from both international and community levels, this book is ideally designed for professionals, upper-level students, researchers, and academics interested in the role of art in global learning.
Categories: Art

Catastrophic Disaster Planning and Response

Catastrophic Disaster Planning and Response

Convergence in the social science sense refers to the influx of people, material,
and information to sites associated with the ... 5.5 LOGISTICS IN DISASTERS
COMPARED TO CATASTROPHES Quarantelli (2005) identifies the different ...

Author: Clifford Oliver

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1439841756

Category: Political Science

Page: 401

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Presenting cutting-edge domestic and international approaches, Catastrophic Disaster Planning and Response explains how to effectively plan for and manage the consequences of a catastrophe. Recognizing that a business-as-usual approach to preparing for and responding to such events is doomed to fail, the book fills a gap in emergency management education. It introduces the many considerations that influence how we plan for and respond to large-scale catastrophes and how it differs from preparing for smaller-scale emergencies. Written by a recognized expert in emergency management, this volume is a thorough study of the planning process and response procedures for catastrophic disasters. Topics discussed include: The history of catastrophic events, both in and outside the United States How catastrophes differ from disasters and emergencies and how they are all part of the emergency management continuum The varying definitions of catastrophes and their political and societal implications The main ethical and value dilemmas that one will likely face before, during, and after a catastrophe The legal framework associated with government response to catastrophes The post-catastrophic environment that an emergency manager might experience, with a focus on logistics, critical infrastructure, mass care, and mass evacuation Planning strategies and skills an emergency manager can employ to mitigate the effects of such an event The use of crisis leadership skills and how to lead and influence others in a catastrophic situation Recent major events provide valuable lessons that demonstrate the characteristics of a catastrophic disaster, the special issues of response and recovery, and the necessary preparation on international, national, and local levels. Offering best practices using recent real-world case studies, the book provides a foundation for continued study and critical reflection. Catastrophic Disaster Planning and Response is one of only two books utilized by the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) in their elite 2010 Flag Office/SES Executive Change Leadership Program (ECL) curriculum. The ECL program develops the executive leadership skills of USCG Admiral-selects awaiting Senate confirmation, as well as members of the Department of Homeland Security's federal Senior Executive Service (SES), which in 2010 included representatives from the U.S. Secret Service, the Transportation Security Administration, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the U.S. Border Patrol, Citizenship and Immigration Services, and FEMA. Readily adaptable for classroom use, this cutting-edge professional reference provides qualifying instructors with access to teaching materials and a test bank.
Categories: Political Science

Notes on the Third Reich

Notes on the Third Reich

... Faye's Convergence of Catastrophes (2012) and Julius Evola's Fascism
Viewed from the Right (2013), both also published by Arktos. 22 Morilynne
Robinson, The Death of Adam: Essays on Modern Thought (Boston: Houghion
Miiflin, 1998) ...

Author: Julius Evola

Publisher: Arktos

ISBN: 9781907166860

Category: Political Science

Page: 96

View: 638

A discussion of the German National Socialist movement, making a distinction between National Socialism as an ideology and the contingent circumstances which led to its defeat in the Second World War.
Categories: Political Science

Climate Change and Catastrophe Management in a Changing China

Climate Change and Catastrophe Management in a Changing China

19 US Government Accountability Office, Catastrophe Insurance Risk: The Role
of Risk-Linked Securities and Factors Affecting Their Use, GAO-02-941 (2002).
20 World Economic Forum, A World Economic Forum Report, Convergence of ...

Author: Qihao He

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 9781788111867

Category:

Page: 288

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China is the largest greenhouse gas emitter in the world and also suffers from devastating climate catastrophes. Increasingly, policymakers in China have come to realize that government alone cannot adequately prevent or defray climate-related disaster risks. This book contends that a better way to manage catastrophe risk in China is through private insurance rather than directly through the Chinese government. In addition, private insurance could function as a substitute for, or complement to, government regulation of catastrophe risks by causing policyholders to take greater precautions to reduce climate change risks.
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Ethnic Apocalypse

Ethnic Apocalypse

In the last book he completed before his death, the irrepressible and trenchant Guillaume Faye takes a bold and ruthlessly candid look at the increasingly volatile situation on the ground in Europe.

Author: Guillaume Faye

Publisher:

ISBN: 1912975343

Category: Terrorism

Page: 254

View: 994

In the last book he completed before his death, the irrepressible and trenchant Guillaume Faye takes a bold and ruthlessly candid look at the increasingly volatile situation on the ground in Europe. Ethnic Apocalypse is a wake-up call aimed at making Europeans aware of their increasingly dire situation - before it is too late.
Categories: Terrorism

The Congo Wars

The Congo Wars

The events in the various states of the Great Lakes region are best understood as
' convergent catastrophes ' , as David Newbury has put it . ' The UN role in the
convergent catastrophes Setting aside Burundi for the time being , the
convergent ...

Author: Thomas Turner

Publisher: Zed Books

ISBN: 1842776894

Category: Political Science

Page: 243

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Since 1996 war has raged in the Congo while the world has looked away. Waves of armed conflict and atrocities against civilians have resulted in over three million casualties, making this one of the bloodiest yet least understood conflicts of recent times.In The Congo Wars Thomas Turner provides the first in-depth analysis of what happened. The book describes a resource-rich region, suffering from years of deprivation and still profoundly affected by the shockwaves of the Rwandan genocide. Turner looks at successive misguided and self-interested interventions by other African powers, including Uganda, Angola, Zimbabwe and Namibia, as well as the impotence of United Nations troops. Cutting through the historical myths so often used to understand the devastation, Turner indicates the changes required of Congolese leaders, neighbouring African states and the international community to bring about lasting peace and security.
Categories: Political Science

Convergence

Convergence

They have routinely and quite literally offered up miracles and moonbeams in the
face of specters and catastrophes. They are the greatest explorers in the history
of humankind and should be. Convergence ©February 2011, S. A. Seal, ...

Author: S.A. Seal

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781465381415

Category: Fiction

Page: 233

View: 493

Tomas Companion is a smart guy with a mediocre life. Hes had numerous opportunities to improve his station but they just have not panned out. His fate takes a tumble for the worse when a series of fateful encounters leaves him at the gate of involuntary retirement and sorely short of income. And then providence chooses an out of the world future for this Midwestern working-class nobody. Author S. A. Seal applies realistic and existing technology to a story that takes the reader from the frozen snow banks of Minneapolis, Minnesota to the icy half-pipe snowboard courses of Valles Marineras, Mars. But the story doesnt end there. In the process of enjoying low-gravity hang-time Companion is introduced to a reality that will change the way humankind works, plays, fights and prays. It is only a matter of time before this work of fiction becomes reality.
Categories: Fiction

Understanding Islam

Understanding Islam

Understanding Islam's view that, in spite of its appearance of having many internal divisions, the world of Islam understands only one enemy: its own civilisation versus all others.

Author: Guillaume Faye

Publisher:

ISBN: 1910524832

Category: Religion

Page: 310

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Understanding Islam's view that, in spite of its appearance of having many internal divisions, the world of Islam understands only one enemy: its own civilisation versus all others. According to Faye, Islam is absolutely incompatible with pluralist democracy, secularism, and the Western conception of freedom.
Categories: Religion

Bifurcations and Catastrophes

Bifurcations and Catastrophes

A sequence of elements f of C°°(U; F) is said to converge to an element / € C°°(U;
F) if, for every compact set K in U and ... converges to daf(x) uniformly for x E K.
Having thus defined convergent sequences, we now know what are the closed ...

Author: Michel Demazure

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3540521186

Category: Mathematics

Page: 304

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Based on a lecture course, this text gives a rigorous introduction to nonlinear analysis, dynamical systems and bifurcation theory including catastrophe theory. Wherever appropriate it emphasizes a geometrical or coordinate-free approach allowing a clear focus on the essential mathematical structures. It brings out features common to different branches of the subject while giving ample references for more advanced or technical developments.
Categories: Mathematics

Learning from Catastrophe

Learning from Catastrophe

Though not necessarily in opposition to the grassroots networks , the interactions
between mobile activists in convergence spaces with existing activist
communities and residential communities following major catastrophes creates
another ...

Author:

Publisher: Institute of Behavioral Science University of Colorado

ISBN: PSU:000051658397

Category: Crisis management in government

Page: 456

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"This volume is the product of quick response research conducted in the aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita."--Acknowledgments.
Categories: Crisis management in government

The ABCs of Soviet Socialism

The ABCs of Soviet Socialism

Rejection of unilateral theories of convergence was followed in the 1970s by the
hypothesis that the two types of economy ... A radical policy change , such as
industrialization , or a catastrophe , such as World War II , could readily reverse
any ...

Author: James R. Millar

Publisher: Urbana : University of Illinois Press

ISBN: UOM:49015001098103

Category: Russia, Economic conditions, 1918-

Page: 215

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Categories: Russia, Economic conditions, 1918-

A Global Coup

A Global Coup

This book will equally shock atlanticists and anti-Americans, as it targets both their vulgates.

Author: Guillaume Faye

Publisher:

ISBN: 191207981X

Category: Geopolitics

Page: 364

View: 236

This book will equally shock atlanticists and anti-Americans, as it targets both their vulgates. Ever since the fall of the USSR, traditional American imperialism has undergone a profound change of essence and chosen to follow the path of suicidal excess, striving to achieve global domination through its novel mockery of the Roman Empire. But what accounts for such conceited folly, such 'hubris'? Is it the neoconservative ideology, the financial interests of the military-industrial and petro-political complexes, the influence of the Israeli lobby, exaggerated nationalism or some other factor? These are the questions that this book attempts to answer. Nevertheless, the author does not believe that this New American Imperialism, which has taken on a simultaneously military and techno-economic shape, could ever represent a mortal threat to our European continent. He condemns both atlanticist milieus and those who have surrendered to obsessive and hysterical anti-Americanism, an anti-Americanism that is as ridiculous as it is counterproductive. He tackles both Americanophilia and Americanophobia, a perilous endeavour by any means. In his view, it is not America, whose power is highly overestimated, that embodies a mortal danger from the European point of view, but rather those who tolerate and contribute to the ethnic invasion afflicting Europe, even if some milieus in Washington do rejoice at this development and encourage it, without, however, being responsible for it. The USA is seen not as Europe's principal enemy, but as a mere adversary. There is yet another notion suggested by the author, one that complements the concept of Euro-Siberia: Septentrion, meaning the reunification of all peoples of European origin. It is no longer from a geopolitical perspective that the latter is to be understood, but an ethno-political one.
Categories: Geopolitics

Transactions Doklady of the USSR Academy of Sciences

Transactions  Doklady  of the USSR Academy of Sciences

Thus , in this case an elementary canonical convergence catastrophe is realized .
The projection K ' of set K of non - Morse critical points of the function V onto the
plane of the controlling parameters ( the set of catastrophes ) is bounded by the ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015022539426

Category: Earth sciences

Page:

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Categories: Earth sciences

Cosmic Catastrophes

Cosmic Catastrophes

The result is that shortly after the jets penetrate the surface, the sideways bow
shocks converge and eject the matter out along the equator. If the star has no
hydrogen envelope, as assumed by Khokhlov, then the final result is two jets of
matter ...

Author: J. Craig Wheeler

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781139462419

Category: Science

Page:

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From supernovae and gamma-ray bursts to the accelerating Universe, this is an exploration of the intellectual threads that lead to some of the most exciting ideas in modern astrophysics and cosmology. This fully updated second edition incorporates new material on binary stars, black holes, gamma-ray bursts, worm-holes, quantum gravity and string theory. It covers the origins of stars and their evolution, the mechanisms responsible for supernovae, and their progeny, neutron stars and black holes. It examines the theoretical ideas behind black holes and their manifestation in observational astronomy and presents neutron stars in all their variety known today. This book also covers the physics of the twentieth century, discussing quantum theory and Einstein's gravity, how these two theories collide, and the prospects for their reconciliation in the twenty-first century. This will be essential reading for undergraduate students in astronomy and astrophysics, and an excellent, accessible introduction for a wider audience.
Categories: Science

Star Trek A Choice of Catastrophes

Star Trek  A Choice of Catastrophes

Kirk flipped open his communicator. “All hands, this is the captain. Converge on
my location. We're heading to the part of the chamber beneath the launching
complex. If Yüksel is down here, that's where he'll be.” “Who would have taken
him, ...

Author: Steve Mollmann

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781451607239

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

View: 456

The U.S.S. Enterprise, under the command of Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu, is returning from a mission to deliver medical supplies to Deep Space Station C-15, one of Starfleet’s most distant installations. All is routine until the Enterprise comes within a light-year of the planet Mu Arigulon, when the ship is suddenly thrown from warp and suffers a momentary power cut, having run aground on a spatial distortion not revealed in previous scans of the system. When the pride of Starfleet hits another, much worse distortion, Dr. Leonard McCoy has his hands full caring for officers who have suddenly fallen into comas for no apparent reason. The Enterprise medical team soon discovers that the dying officers are espers—humans with a rare and abnormal level of telepathic and psychic ability. With no choice but to link to the officers’ minds in order to come to their aid, McCoy is plunged into a nightmarish dream-world . . . with the end result being nothing short of the possible destruction of the Enterprise and all aboard her. . . .
Categories: Fiction

Collectivisation Convergence and Capitalism

Collectivisation  Convergence  and Capitalism

... dying from food deficiency diseases . In the 1930s the USSR experienced
major epidemics largely arising from food shortages . These catastrophes
resulted from war ( in 1941 - 43 ) , or the 118 COLLECTIVISATION ,
CONVERGENCE AND ...

Author: Michael Ellman

Publisher: London ; Orlando : Academic Press

ISBN: STANFORD:36105039823948

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 332

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Categories: Business & Economics