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Podcast no. 19 
Interview with Charles Upton, Part 1

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Jews & Slavery:
Three Books by the Nation of Islam

Sodowsky Slave Sale Notice, 1832

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Translations: FrenchGerman

Caught in an avalanche of anti-white propaganda and discrimination, it’s easy to forget that Jews and governments have other enemies, other people they hate besides whites.  Read more …

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No Separate Peace:
Religious Conservatives & the White Right

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It’s staggering to realize how universally accepted racial realism once was and how many people are alive who remember these times. In some ways, it’s encouraging. Read more …

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Tempest in a Sex Pot

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I’m a romantic at heart. Perhaps I’m a liberal and a universalist on some visceral level, because I really do wish for a future in which the Jewish people bury their resentment and become a nation among nations. Fortunately, I have Anne Applebaum and her friends in my RSS feed reader Read more …

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Epistemology & the New Right

Gabriel von Max, “Reading Monkey,” circa 1900

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Portuguese translation here

“If one construes a delusion as such, the will — if it wants to continue to exist — must create a new one.” — Nietzsche[1]

After perusing the two American Renaissance review essays posted to Counter-Currents on August 1, 2012, I couldn’t help feeling as I always did when I too was part of the American academy. Read more …

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Remembering H. P. Lovecraft:
August 20, 1890–March 15, 1937

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Howard Phillips Lovecraft was born on August 20, 1890, in Providence, Rhode Island, and died there of cancer on March 15, 1937. An heir to Poe and Hawthorne, Lovecraft is one of the pioneers of modern science fiction, fantasy, and horror literature. Read more …

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Nationalism & Racialism in German Philosophy:
Fichte, Hegel, & the Romantics

Philipp Veit, "Germania," 1848

Philipp Veit, “Germania,” 1848

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1. Fichte and the Destiny of the German Nation

J. G. Fichte (1762–1814), the first of the great post-Kantian German Idealists, is an important figure in the rise of German nationalism – and has often been accused of being one of the founding fathers of National Socialism.

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Free eBooks by Jonathan Bowden

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Counter-Currents is making the following 12 eBooks by Jonathan Bowden available free of charge:

1. Apocalypse TV (2007)

A series of politically-incorrect philosophical dialogues between a Christian and a Pagan on philosophy, politics, art, and religion Read more …

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Arthur Moeller van den Bruck:
The Man & His Thought

Arthur Moeller van den Bruck, April 23, 1876–May 30, 1925

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Arthur Moeller van den Bruck was one of the most important, perhaps even the single most important, figure of what is known as the “Conservative Revolution” in early 20th century Germany. His influence on conservative German thought, despite its limitations, is deep and lasting, carrying on even into the present day. Indeed there may be some truth to the mystical declaration made by his wife: “In trying to account for the question who was Moeller van den Bruck, you are really addressing a question to Germany’s destiny.”[1] Read more …

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“Viewer Discretion Advised”: Gary Boisclair’s Campaign Ads

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So-called “democratic” politics is pretty boring these days, with cookie-cutter candidates and elections and hundreds of taboo issues of core significance that cannot be discussed. Read more …

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