Monthly Archives: July 2011

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We Are Trying to Contact Irmin Vinson

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We wish to contact Irmin Vinson, creator of the Racial Nationalist Library, whose writings we have been reprinting at Counter-Currents. If he is reading this, or if you have contact information for him, please contact me at [email protected].

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Luftfahrt, Geographie und Rasse

Charles Lindbergh, 1902–1974

Charles Lindbergh, 1902–1974

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Übersetzt von Deep Roots

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Присоединяйся к танцу!

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Перевод с английского Виктора Викторова Read more …

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Norman Rockwell’s Triple Self-Portrait

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What follows are some observations about Norman Rockwell’s famous painting, Triple Self-Portrait. Much could be said about Rockwell, the descendant of early (c. 1635) New England settlers, and the topic of race. He portrayed American whites—and reflected their idealized image of themselves in their twilight decades—as few other artists have before or since. Read more …

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T. S. Eliot:
Ultra-Conservative Dandy

Wyndham Lewis, "T. S. Eliot"

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For a brief period in the late 1990s there was an attempt to demonize T. S. Eliot as an anti-Semite. This opinion was most ably canvassed by Anthony Julius’ T. S. Eliot, Anti-Semitism and Literary Form, but the attempt failed, and Eliot’s reputation as a poet now stands even higher than ever.

Thomas Stearns Eliot’s most controversial book was the collection of essays drawn from a series of lectures he gave in 1934 called After Strange Gods: A Primer of Modern Heresy. Read more …

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Enlist Now!

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On our mailing list, that is.

Did you know that Counter-Currents/North American New Right publishes a monthly electronic Newsletter, which contains information on our web traffic, upcoming books and articles, special offers, etc?

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

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Already Dead:
The Manifesto of a Blonde Beast

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“From this time forth
My thoughts be bloody, or be nothing worth.”
—Hamlet

In my novella The Columbine Pilgrim, published by Counter-Currents earlier this year, I explore how a seemingly “normal” person can, after enduring a series of perceived traumas and humiliations, reach a point of terrifying psychic rupture, after which he emerges profoundly transformed, grotesquely shorn of all former vestiges of sanity, restraint, and conscience. Read more …

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Beasts of Norway:
Breivik & Vikernes

Varg Vikernes

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Since the 1990s, Norway’s best-known export has been its Black Metal. Read more …

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The Doctrine of Fascism

Graphic by Harold Arthur McNeill

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Editor’s Note:

Benito Mussolini was born on July 29, 1883. In honor of his birthday, I am reprinting his essay “The Doctrine of Fascism,” which I find to be a lucid and profound statement of revolutionary anti-liberalism. Mussolini has much to contribute to the project of a North American New Right, and by his next birthday, I hope this website will better reflect that fact. Read more …

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Vilfredo Pareto:
The Karl Marx of Fascism

Vilfredo Pareto, 1848–1923

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Italian contributions to political and social thought are singularly impressive and, in fact, few nations are as favored with a tradition as long and as rich. One need only mention names such as Dante, Machiavelli, and Vico to appreciate the importance of Italy in this respect. In the twentieth century too, the contributions made by Italians are of great significance. Read more …

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