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Derek Turner reviews The Columbine Pilgrim at the New English Review

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English writer Derek Turner, editor of the Quarterly Review, has penned a glowing review of Andy Nowicki’s novella The Columbine Pilgrim at the New English Review. Read more …

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The Prague Treason Trial

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Published in December 1952 as “What is Behind the Hanging of the Eleven Jews in Prague?”

On Friday, November 27, there burst upon the world an event which, though small in itself, will have gigantic repercussions in the happenings to come. It will have these repercussions because it will force a political reorientation in the minds of the European elite. Read more …

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Just Sign on the Dotted Line

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I am starting work on the next monthly Counter-Currents/North American New Right Newsletter, which contains information on our web traffic, upcoming books, etc. Read more …

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Pulp Fiction

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Parts 1 & 2

Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction is one of my favorite movies. I didn’t want to like it. I didn’t even want to see it. Everything I’d heard made me think it would be thoroughly nihilistic and quite unpleasant. But then someone at a party described Pulp Fiction as a movie about “greatness of soul at the end of history,” and that caught my attention, Read more …

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The Destiny of America

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Published January 1955

The early American arrived at a land of which he knew nothing. He did not know its geography, its fertility, its climate, its dangers. In the North, he encountered forests, rocky soil, and winters of a rigor he had not known before. In the South, he met with swamps, malaria, and dense forests. Read more …

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The Feminine Sexual Counter-Revolution
& its Limitations, Part 2

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Part 2 of 2

Let us consider Wendy Shalit’s account, culled from anecdotes and women’s magazines, of the sexual situation women face today. The humble corporate drone who has to fear harassment charges and loss of livelihood if he winks at the girl in the next cubicle will feel as if he stepped through Alice’s looking glass when he reads this material. Read more …

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North Face:
The Return of the German Mountain Film

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North Face is the English title of the film Nordwand, originally released to theaters in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland in 2008. It is based on the true story of two German mountain climbers, Toni Kurz and Andreas Hinterstoisser, who in 1936 braved the dreaded north face of the Eiger. The only one of the film’s stars who may be familiar to American audiences is Benno Fürmann, who appeared in The Princess and the Warrior (Der Krieger und die Kaiserin, 2000). Read more …

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The Feminine Sexual Counter-Revolution
& its Limitations, Part 1

Artemisia Gentileschi, "Susanna and the Elders," 1622

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Part 1 of 2

Wendy Shalit
Girls Gone Mild: Young Women Reclaim Self-respect And Find It’s Not Bad to Be Good
New York: Random House, 2007

Now reissued as:
The Good Girl Revolution: Young Rebels with Self-Esteem and High Standards
New York: Ballantine, 2008 Read more …

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What Did You Say?

Pieter Bruegel the Elder, "The Tower of Babel"

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The ancestral Proto-Indo-European language was spoken around 5,000 BC by a people who, according to scholarly consensus, lived somewhere north of the Black Sea in an extensive area coinciding roughly with the land of the ancient Scythians. Read more …

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Life is Worship:
Savitri Devi’s Son of the Sun

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French translation here

Savitri Devi endures as an enigmatic figure in recent history. She is probably best known as “Hitler’s Priestess,”[1] a fiercely unrepentant and mystically inclined supporter of National Socialist Germany. Read more …

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