No clue about Swedish, but if you were reading stuff which was translated to English (Arktos didn't do particularly good job with his Can Life Prevail, by the way) there are only very little of his whole works. Especially his earlier writings (like Humanflood) are clearly fascist as set his ideal a totalitarian state which protects the environment and resolves overpopulation as it's first goal. It also sets his famous "rowboat" maxim.
Anyway, left-right is a meme, that alone should be clear to anyone who dabbled in fascism or (especially) national socialism. >>327847335>I was talking about his own solution in moving to the wild.
It wasn't really a solution and he states that himself. It was just escapism, which was promptly ended by urban fags ruining little nature he had around him. I wholeheartedly recommend getting Technological Slavery and Collected Writings (the one with a pipe bomb on the cover, with Skrbina's foreword), it's largely updated and revised version, which explains way more than the original manuscript. It touches the treshold of acceptable technology too. >The problem all boils down to what the solutions actually are.
This. >Most of the solutions practically at this point mean a global economic collapse and likely mass starvation.
And this is what Linkola resolves by writing: "We still have a chance to be cruel. But if we are not cruel today, all is lost." It does not have to be done in uncontrolled chaotic manner, like the collapse. I think work of Linkola and Kaczynski compliment each other pretty well. >>327847716
Which, as long as European nation states are protected, is no problem. Let them eat each other if they want.