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Another European Destiny:
Dominique Venner’s Ernst Jünger: Un autre destin européen

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Dominique Venner
Ernst Jünger: Un autre destin européen
Paris: Éds. du Rocher, 2009

In Dominique Venner’s historical essay, Ernst Jünger: Un autre destin européen, the subject is presented as une figure ultime, a European archetype provisionally absent from Europe today, but nevertheless one rooted in the depths of the European spirit — and destined, thus, to re-appear should Europeans ever re-awake to re-assert themselves in the world.

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Foundations of the Twenty-First Century:
Dominique Venner’s Le Siècle de 1914

 

"We are Making a New World" (1918) by Paul Nash, Imperial War Museum

3,436 words

A White Nationalist Reading of . . .

Dominique Venner
Le Siècle de 1914: Utopies, guerres et révolutions en Europe au XXe siècle
Paris: Pygmalion, 2006

“To recreate a new aristocracy is the eternal task of every revolutionary project.” –Guillaume Faye

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Two Against Time:
Julien Hervier’s Deux individus contre l’histoire

1,746 words

Translated by Michael O’Meara

Ernst Jünger

Ernst Jünger

Julien Hervier
Deux individus contre l’histoire:
Pierre Drieu La Rochelle, Ernst Jünger

2nd ed.
Paris: Éds. Euredit, 2010

This book is a revised and corrected re-edition, with a new afterword, of a text originally published in 1978 (itself an abridgment of a doctoral thesis submitted to the Sorbonne).

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A Posthumous Revenge

The death mask of Robert E. Lee

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Translator’s Note:

The following excerpt is taken from the concluding chapter of Venner’s Gettysburg, one of two books he’s written on the War of Southern Secession. Like Maurice Bardèche’s Sparte et les sudistes [Sparta and the Confederates], it reflects the other side of that European anti-liberalism which crusades against everything contemporary America has come to represent. Read more …

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Alexander

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Oliver Stone’s Alexander is, well, great. It isn’t perfect, but neither was Alexander. It is definitely worth seeing. But there is a subtle and sinister thread of anti-White propaganda running through the movie, and I would not recommend it to anyone without warning him first.

There are many reasons why I enjoyed Alexander. Chief among them is Alexander himself. Alexander the Great was surely one of the most gifted men in history. Read more …

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Signs

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August 3, 2002

I loved M. Night Shyamalan’s The Sixth Sense and Unbreakable. And I love his new movie Signs. Signs does not have the amazing twist ending of The Sixth Sense, but it has a twist of its own. Ostensibly a suspenseful, scary sci-fi thriller with many wonderful comic scenes, Signs turns into something far more serious and profound. It is a meditation on the nature of manliness and its connection to religious faith.

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The Interpreter

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The Interpreter is a new thriller starring Sean Penn and Nicole Kidman, directed by Sydney Pollack. It is a well-crafted, well-acted, but ultimately mediocre film. Left to my own devices, I would probably not have seen it at all. But I wanted to spend some time with a friend, and he suggested the film.  Read more …

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Secretary

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Secretary was directed by Steven Shainberg and stars James Spader and Maggie Gyllenhaal. I watched this movie for three reasons. First, because it has James Spader in it, who is one of my favorite male actors. (Although Spader is very handsome, for most of the film he has a creepy, waxen, reptilian look about him.) Second, because it was supposed to be funny. Third, because humorless, hysterical feminists hated it for being “misogynistic,” thus I’d hoped there would be something true in it. Maybe it would be another Belle du Jour or Mademoiselle or Lost Highway.

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Is World Peace Possible?

Oswald Spengler, 1880 - 1936473 words

A cabled reply to an American poll

First published in Cosmopolitan, January, 1936

The question whether world peace will ever be possible can only be answered by someone familiar with world history. To be familiar with world history means, however, to know human beings as they have been and always will be. Read more …

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The Gates Controversy

Not amused . . .

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July 29, 2009

On July 16, 2009, Harvard Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr. was arrested by officer James Crowley of the Cambridge, Mass. Police department. Read more …

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