Carvalho’s word for them – the Syndicate
Unfortunately, he says he’s the only person like himself in Brazil. He’d probably know best.
Anyway, it’s really easy to disrupt the plans of these people he speaks of. Just kidding, it’s probably impossible.
For now, I am focused on gathering an international research center of thinkers opposed to the reality that their “dynasty” is gradually bringing about. I think that is the best initial step toward undermining them.
This method might help, I just need to find a more recent study
In that debate with Carvalho, Dugin said
I find a lot of very charming (Eurasian) features in the South and Central American societies.
I wasn’t expecting to see Argentina and Chile here (Serrano’s influence?), or for that matter Romania and Hungary
Am I an Evola fanboy per se? Believe it or not, not really. He talks about Decline, and he’s right, there was a decline from Nietzsche to him. That isn’t meant as an insult–there are ten thousand pseudo-Nietzschean theorists to every one Evola that are much more at-home creatures of the Kali Yuga. We ourselves are creatures of the Kali Yuga, and it’s a good sign when you see searches for him in a given country. It could potentially mean that forces of anti-decadence are alive there. Suffice it to say that none of those people who form what Carvalho calls the Syndicate are as wise as Evola. If you don’t like Evola it’s likely that you’re a product of these people’s plans. And what are their plans? To flatten all rangordnung on every level of society except in regard to themselves. To eliminate the distance between God and humanity, and human and human, and be God-humans themselves. I’m an atheist, I don’t believe in them, I reject their claim to divinity. The closest thing we’ve had to God-humans in history are a few philosophers, who, if one could be so bold as to attempt to speak for them, would look down on these social engineers.