Julius Evola

“The bonds of dependence, far from loosening, have tightened again. But alongside force there is no longer authority, alongside obedience, no longer recognition, alongside rank, no longer superiority. The master is no longer such because he is master, but because he is one who has more money, because he is one who, even though he does not see at all beyond the small horizon of ordinary human life, dominates the material conditions of life; by means of which it is even possible for him to subdue or to oppress those whose breadth of thought is immeasurably more powerful than his own: the possibility of the most despicable fraud and the most awful slavery. The power of and the tie of dependence, depersonalised and mechanised, have become capital and machine. Thus, it is no paradox: only today can we speak seriously of true slavery.”

Julius Evola
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