The 1920s bluepill is not as bad as the 2020s bluepill, but it is still blue.
The immeasurable number of problems caused by the West’s exponential leftward shift, especially since the Second World War, has completely and utterly destroyed the Right’s attention span, ensuring that we all have a new daily reason to be outraged, so we can forget about the consequences of yesterday’s outrage.
It’s obvious that the Right wants to return. But return to what? Or when? That depends on how Right-wing you are. And most contemporary dissidents are not nearly as right wing as they might think.
On my previous article I stated that hostility towards Jews shifts one towards the rightmost end of the colloquial dichotomy (but not necessarily the real one), and that makes enough of an answer for most of the dissident Right: let’s simply return to before the Left was completely controlled by the Jews. And so, they become Nazis.
The trouble with Nazis is that they are leftists stuck in the 1930s, while the rest of the left has moved even further left. And the left was mighty bluepilled back in the 1930s. (…)
The problem with blaming everything on Jews is that it leads to the conclusion that 1930s leftism, leftism before we let the Jews into the left-wing club, was just fine. (…)
Rolling things back to the 1930s is not going to help. We need to roll things back to the 1730s.– Jim 
To me, the abolition of the Ancien Régime in 1789 is the most clearly defined starting point for Cthulhu’s unending leftward swim, and the West’s respective downwards spiral. That isn’t to say it was the first ever Leftist assault against our traditional institutions, but it remains one of the most remarkable.
When presented with the argument that the support for Fascism, National Socialism or any other form of populism over Monarchy is simply in the name of pragmatism, one must ask: how many fascist nations (or even relevant parties/movements) exist in the West today? Not many, I assure. Now ask the same about monarchism.
Pragmatism is Trump over Biden, Bolsonaro over Haddad. It is nothing more than a time-gaining device. Belief in political solutions will not return us anywhere because politics are a progressive mechanism.
It is always possible to argue that we should support side X because side Y is too far leftist, overlooking the fact that everyone today is leftist by the standards of yesterday, and everyone yesterday is leftist by the standards of the day before yesterday– Jim 
We mustn’t, however, let disbelief in political resolutions to lead us to inaction. And neither should we find ourselves so stuck up on ideological convictions that we forget in whose name we fight for. Both the Libertarian and populist branches of the dissident Right have fallen into this, the former being too concerned with the semantic integrity of their own labels and the latter fascinated by the Third World’s lack of transsexual pride parades.
So why exactly is the French Revolution the remarkable end-starting point I claim it to be? Specifically, because of what it represents: the abolition of private law in favor of public government. Monarchism being a form of private government is one of its most important yet overlooked aspects. It inherently contrasts with the philosophies of democracy, fascism and communism.
There is only one right-wing idea, and that is private government. The rest is detail.– Outsideness 
In conclusion, if one wishes to restore his homeland to the height of its glory, one must first truly become a Right-winger (as opposed to solely reactionary). The current won’t stop pulling you until you’re out of the water.