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Moneyball

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The only thing I hate more than watching sports on TV is watching sports movies. And as for baseball, well, I would rather watch the AstroTurf grow. So when I tell you that Moneyball is an excellent film, that really means something. All my prejudices were against it, so the bar was set very high. Read more …

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The Loneliest Man

Rudolf Hess, 1894–1987

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“My coming to England [sic] in this way is, as I realize, so unusual that nobody will easily understand it. I was confronted by a very hard decision. I do not think I could have arrived at my final choice unless I had continually kept before my eyes the vision of an endless line of children’s coffins with weeping mothers behind them, both English and German, and another line of coffins of mothers with mourning children.”

—Rudolf Hess to his wife Ilse, June 10, 1941  Read more …

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Have You Joined Our Mailing List?

Louis-Henri Foreau, "Still Life with Books," 1889

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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. Read more …

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Bright Lights, Big Nothing:
Andy Nowicki’s Under the Nihil

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Andy Nowicki
Under the Nihil
San Francisco: Counter-Currents, 2011
108 pages

Like a hellhound on the heels of his last book, The Doctor and the Heretic, comes snarling in Andy Nowicki’s Into the Nihil (pronounced, as the characters do, as “Nile,” as in Land of the Dead). Read more …

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Europa & Europeidade

The Fall of Constantinople

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English original here

O que é Europa? O que é um europeu?

Do ponto de vista geopolítico e histórico, a Europa é definida por suas fronteiras. O centro, o núcleo europeu, é formado de nações que, ainda que muitas vezes em conflito, tem experimentado uma história comum desde a Alta Idade Média. Read more …

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Melancholia

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Lars von Trier’s Melancholia might be a uniquely bleak film. Even for a director who is well known for offering dark and disturbing pictures of humanity, Melancholia expresses a special sort of hopelessness. The film begins with a series of strange, surreal tableaux shot in extreme slow motion. The musical accompaniment is the Tristan und Isolde Prelude. Read more …

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Andy Nowicki & Ward Kendall Interviewed on VOR

Edward Burne-Jones, Angel, stained glass, St. Catherine window at Christchurch Cathedral Oxford

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Two novelists who have published their works at Counter-Currents, Andy Nowicki and Ward Kendall, have recently been interviewed on the Voice of Reason Broadcast Network.

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New Original French Translations at Counter-Currents

Edward Burne-Jones, “An Angel Playing Flageolet,” 1878

110 words

Ten new original French translations are now available on Counter-Currents/North American New Right:

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Ernst Jünger e O Trabalhadorr:
Uma trajetória vital e intelectual entre os deuses e os titãs

Ernst Jünger and his brother Friedrich Georg Jünger

3,510 words

English version, Part 1 and Part 2

Ao evocar O Trabalhador, ao mesmo tempo que a primeira versão de Coração Aventureiro, o ensaísta Armin Mohler, Read more …

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Chamado aos Jovens Europeus

800 words

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Para evitar repetir-me, devo primeiramente pontuar a afirmação que fiz no começo do manifesto Why We Fight [Porque Nós Lutamos]. Agora, vamos resumir, seguindo esta afirmação, algumas sugestões referidas neste manifesto. Por conta de nossa situação sem precedentes históricos, recomendo uma estratégia inspirada por certos líderes revolucionários cujos nomes não necessitam ser mencionados. Read more …

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