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“Was Lassie Jewish?”

Lassie

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Recently Counter-Currents contributor Jef Costello published a light-hearted piece entitled “Aryan Cows?,” in which he discussed contemporary hysteria over “Aryan” and “Nazi” cattle.

He also wondered, tongue-in-cheek, “Was Blondie, Hitler’s shepherd, an Aryan dog?” Read more …

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What Did Ezra Pound Really Say?

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From 1945 through 1958 America’s iconoclastic poet — the flamboyant Ezra Pound, one of the most influential individuals of his generation — was held in a Washington, D.C. mental institution, accused of treason. Pound had merely done what he had always done — spoken his mind. Unfortunately for Pound, however, he had made the error of criticizing the American government in a series of broadcasts from Italy during World War II. Read more …

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What is Money For?

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We will never see an end of ructions, we will never have a sane and steady administration until we gain an absolutely clear conception of money. I mean an absolutely not an approximately clear conception.

I can, if you like, go back to paper money issued in China in or about A.D. 840, but we are concerned with the vagaries of the Western World. Read more …

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Materialism

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Ezra Pound’s Radio Broadcast #102, June 26, 1943

An idea is colored by what it is dipped in. Take for example the more or less Teutonic idea of materialism. Marx and Engels get to foolin’ ’round with Hegel’s philosophy, or something, and evolve or devolve what is called Marxian materialism, and it gets toted off into Russia. Read more …

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Maîtres de l’Univers

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English original here

Note de la Rédaction :

Voici le discours d’Alex Kurtagic Durant la conférence du National Policy Institute à  Washington D.C., le 10 septembre 2011.

Il y a deux ans, j’ai posé la question : « Que faudra-t-il ? » Read more …

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Brooks Adams’ The Law of Civilization & Decay

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Brooks Adams’ work on The Law of Civilization and Decay[1] is a reprint of the original American edition published in 1896. It was the first of a series of similar treatises and started the line followed, among others, by Spengler. Briefly its thesis is this — “As the attack in war masters the defence, and the combative instinct becomes unnecessary to the preservation of life, the economic supersedes the martial mind, being superior in bread-winning. Read more …

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Leader-ful Resistance:
The Predicament of the Right Today

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The concept of “leaderless resistance” was popularized on the Right through the writings of Klansman Louis Beam in the 1980s and 1990s, after having allegedly been invented by American intelligence officers in the 1960s as a possible strategy for resisting a theoretical Communist takeover of the United States.

It is really just an adaptation of the cell structure, Read more …

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Brooks Adams on the Romans

Peter Chardon Brooks Adams, 1848–1927

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Brooks Adams was an American historian and critic of capitalism from a classical republican/agrarian/populist point of view.

Brooks Adams was from an immensely accomplished family. He was a great-grandson of President John Adams, a grandson of President John Quincy Adams, a son of diplomat Charles Francis Adams, and the brother of Henry Adams, Read more …

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The Romans

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Chapter 1 of The Law of Civilization and Decay: An Essay on History
Second Edition
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1896 Read more …

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Death on the Installment Plan

The Dance of Death, 1474, fresco painting (Church of St. Mary, Beram, Croatia)

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Translated by Tomislav Sunic

Ukrainian translation here

Ezra Pound, in his famous Canto XLV With Usura writes:  Read more …

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