Yearly Archives: 2011

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Skinhead

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One dictionary defines skinhead as a “racist young Caucasian man: one of a group of young Caucasian men with closely-cropped or shaven hair who often have racist or fascist beliefs, and are sometimes violent.”

The word “Caucasian” is incorrect as a synonym for white Europeans, though that is what is meant. Presumably here it implicitly excludes Jews as well, since everyone knows Jews can’t be racist or fascist. Read more …

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Resolve . . . to Join our Mailing List

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Counter-Currents/North American New Right publishes a FREE monthly electronic Newsletter. It includes information on our web traffic, most popular articles, upcoming books, special offers, etc.

The next letter will go out January 2nd. Read more …

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Rudyard Kipling:
The White Man’s Poet

(Joseph) Rudyard Kipling, 1865–1936

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French translation here

Editor’s Note:

Rudyard Kipling was born on December 30, 1865 and died on January 18, 1936. In commemoration of his birth, we are reprinting the following article from National Vanguard, March 1984. Read more …

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Tikkun Olam & Other Poems

Leo Yankevich
Tikkun Olam and Other Poems
Second Expanded Edition
Foreword by E. M. Schorb
San Francisco: Counter-Currents Publishing, 2012
100 pages

Read the title poem here

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Interview with Leo Yankevich

Leo Yankevich

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Editor’s Note:

Recently, I interviewed leading formalist poet Leo Yankevich on poetry, politics, and his new Counter-Currents title Tikkun Olam and Other Poems.

What is formalist poetry? What is the new formalist movement? Read more …

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Hate Globally, Like Locally

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The West is one bitter old codger.

He’s lived long enough to see all of his truths twisted. He’s surrounded by fools. All the things he gave his life to are broken now, and he’ll never make it out to the garage to rifle through his worn out tools.

There is no new poetry in The West. Read more …

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Free offer extended!
Confessions of a Reluctant Hater eBook

Due to the enthusiastic response to our free eBook offer, we have decided to extend the free download period for Confessions of a Reluctant Hater through the end of 2011. If you missed the initial download announcement, this is your chance to access this insightful, accessible, and hard-hitting essay collection by Greg Johnson. And if you’ve read and enjoyed Confessions of a Reluctant Hater already, please take a moment to share this offer with your friends by email, or through the facebook “like” button below.
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The End of Globalization

Graphic by Harold Arthur McNeill

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Translations: French, Portuguese

The market is an inherently global institution. The market is non-racist, non-nationalist, and non-religious, for as long as decisions are made solely in monetary terms, the race, nationality, and religion of buyers and sellers simply do not matter. Often, they are completely unknown.

I know the ethnic identity of the owners of the Armenian rug shop and the Chinese restaurant down the street. But what is the race, ethnicity, or nationality of the Coca-Cola Corporation? Read more …

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Now Available as a Free Kindle E-Book!
Confessions of a Reluctant Hater

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We are pleased to announce that Greg Johnson’s Confessions of a Reluctant Hater is now available, for a limited time only, as a Free Kindle E-Book on Amazon.com. Click here for the free download

This download is available until the end of Wednesday, December 28th, 2011 (Midnight, Pacific Standard Time). Read more …

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The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo: The Remake

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David Fincher’s big-star, big-budget, English-language remake of the 2009 Swedish film The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo was certainly not necessary from an artistic point of view. The original film, directed by Dane Niels Arden Oplev, was extremely well-acted and well-made. For fans of the novel, it is iconic.

The obvious motive for the remake, of course, was money. Read more …

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