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    Predefinito Riferimento: Lawrence Auster

    Lawrence Auster

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    Lawrence Auster (b.1949) is an American traditionalist conservative blogger and essayist.

    Personal life

    Born Jewish, Auster converted to Christianity as an adult and is now a member of the Episcopal Church, though he has said he deeply detests the Church's current direction and liberalism.[1] He attended Columbia University. He currently resides in Manhattan. He is not, as has been claimed, a lawyer.[2]

    Writings

    Auster is the author of several works on immigration and multiculturalism, most notably The Path to National Suicide. Originally published by the American Immigration Control Foundation (AICF) in 1990, The Path to National Suicide represented the first sustained attempt to show that the post-1965 immigration, by transforming America’s historic ethnic composition, was the main driving force behind multiculturalism and the what Auster considers the dismemberment of America. The Path to National Suicide is regarded, along with Peter Brimelow's, Alien Nation: Common Sense About America's Immigration Disaster, as a foundational text in the modern immigration restriction movement.

    Auster’s subsequent booklets on immigration have been Huddled Clichés: Exposing the Fraudulent Arguments that Have Opened America’s Borders to the World, and Erasing America: The Politics of the Borderless Nation, both available from AICF.

    Auster's articles have appeared in such publications as FrontPage Magazine, NewsMax, the Council of Conservative Citizens' Citizens Informer, American Renaissance, The Social Contract Press, National Review, Human Events, Arizona Republic, the Occidental Quarterly, WorldNetDaily, The Miami Herald, and Insight on the News.

    View From the Right

    Auster hosts a daily blog, VFR (View from the Right), which includes commentary on current events, politics, society and culture from a traditionalist U.S. conservative, anti-Islamic, anti-liberal and anti-immigration viewpoint.[citation needed]

    Political Views

    Auster has been critical of both neoconservatives and paleoconservatives. His main target on the right are the neocons who he claims are able to identify the problem of radical Islam but refuse to do anything substantial about it such as reducing or eliminating Islamic immigration. Instead, according to Auster, neoconservatives advocate nation building abroad, and fail to recognize Islam itself as the cause of Islamic radicalism. He also criticizes paleoconservatives such as Patrick Buchanan for their criticism of Israel and what Auster sees as barely disguised anti-semitism. Auster also views racism as morally bad and links it with oppression and hatred.[3] He also is concerned about what he says is the racism of the black power movement as well as the far-left.

    The Southern Poverty Law Center implied that Auster was a racist because he spoke at an American Renaissance conference.[4] He was one of 10 speakers to speak at the first conference in 1994, but has not spoken there since. He criticized Jared Taylor for his tolerating the former Klansman David Duke and Stormfront moderator Jamie Kelso who attended the conference and asked questions. Auster still is supportive of Taylor's personal views as well as those of the late Samuel Francis, another frequent speaker for the conferences. Robert Locke, a New York City friend of Auster and fellow columnist at FrontPageMag defended Auster against the charges of the SPLC.[5]

    Despite his controversial status, Auster is often cited by "mainstream" advocates of immigration restriction and cultural conservatism (including people he has criticized like Patrick Buchanan), to support their arguments. Buchanan has cited Auster's monograph, "The Path to National Suicide", as one of the sources for his own book, State of Emergency, The Third World Invasion and Conquest of America.

    On May 4, 2007 Auster was expelled from FrontPage Magazine, because of the controversy over an article he wrote in which he complained that "[e]ach story of black on white rape is reported in isolation, not presented as part of a larger pattern" and that "white women in this country are being targeted by black rapists."[6][7]

    Of recent times, Auster has been both lauded and criticized by his writings on John Derbyshire's idea of Derbism. Named "Derbism Unveiled ", the conservative writer heavily criticized Derbism because of its atheist and post modernalist views. Other recent targets of Auster's criticism have included Robert Spencer and Taki Theodoracopulos, founder of Taki's Magazine.

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    Predefinito Riferimento: Lawrence Auster

    Lawrence Auster appartiene alla generazione contemporanea dei conservatori tradizionalisti, ovvero quella corrente intellettuale della destra americana che fonda il proprio pensiero sull'opera di Burke e che ha avuto il suo massimo rappresentante in Russell Kirk.

    Questo thread aperto da carlomartello ci consente di aprire una finestra sugli ultimi sviluppi del tradizionalismo, dalla sua attenzione rivolta al problema dell'immigrazione e all'Islam. Auster è un tradizionalista particolare che si è trovato a polemizzare non solo con i neoconservatori, ma anche con i paleoconservatori e i nazionalisti bianchi pur avendo avuto contatti con tutti i gruppi in questione.

 

 

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