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2013: Looking Forward

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wandererOriginally, I planned to publish this piece on New Year’s Day. But on Christmas Day I started coming down with the terrible influenza that is going around the country. A week ago, my energy started coming back, and I am only just now over it. I have not been this sick since I was hospitalized with pneumonia as a child.

Judging from how quiet things have been in “this thing of ours” over the last month, quite a few other people have been sick as well. Prolific writers and commenters have gone silent. (What has happened to Fourmyle, for instance?) It is slim consolation, of course, but some of the worst trolls and troublemakers seem to be out sick as well.

Now that I am finally looking forward to (the rest of) 2013, I want to outline what you can expect.

First, after a long gestation, the new Counter-Currents Radio Network site will debut next week. We will then work through a backlog of material from our existing hosts. After that, we will be in the position to finally start developing new shows and training new hosts. Some time in the spring, we will host a podcasting workshop where people can get hands-on training in recording and editing high quality podcasts. I want to thank Matt Parrott, Mike Polignano, and all the hosts for the work they have done.

Second, in 2012 we published 907 posts on the Counter-Currents/North American New Right website. Our traffic has increased dramatically, from 56,633 unique visitors in January of 2012 to 109,265 unique visitors in December. In 2013, we hope to publish about the same number of pieces, but we want the quality to continually rise. As for the number of visitors, we hope to see steady growth. There is no reason why we cannot aim to double our traffic again in 2013.

Third, since late last year, changes have been afoot in terms of our intellectual agenda and editorial focus. My great love is philosophy, and I want to better integrate that love with the project of the North American New Right. The intellectual foundations of the European New Right are largely divided between post-Nietzschean continental philosophy and Traditionalism. A third strand of thought is Darwinian biology, sociobiology, and evolutionary pyschology. These schools of thought are not really consistent, and although they of course point backward to the tradition, they are largely products of the 19th and 20th centuries. I would like to deepen the intellectual foundations of our project by reappropriating the whole Western intellectual tradition.

Fourth, I would like to find Contributing Editors who are qualified in the following fields and who can survey their history and current literature and write regular essays and reviews relating them to our intellectual project:

  • European prehistory, archaeology, and history
  • Biology, sociobiology, evolutionary psychology
  • Classical Greek and Roman religion, philosophy, art, and literature
  • Western Esotericism including Traditionalism
  • Western philosophy from modernity to the present
  • The visual and plastic arts and architecture, from antiquity to the present
  • The Western classical musical tradition from the Middle Ages to the present
  • The Western literary tradition to the present
  • Third Way economics, with a special focus on Social Credit
  • European and American history, including American alternatives to liberal modernity such as the Southern Agrarians
  • The intellectual history of the Right
  • The history, roots, and legacy of fascism, National Socialism, and allied movements
  • Contemporary Right-wing youth subcultures, including musical subcultures

My goal is to make Counter-Currents into a kind of alternative university/encyclopedia, which will give a New Right perspective on everything, eventually, and will provide an alternative to mainstream politically-correct miseducation. If you would like to take part, please contact me at mailto://editor@counter-currents.com for more details.

Fifth, in 2012 we published 7 books. I had hoped to publish 10, but taking on the Counter-Currents Radio project caused significant delays. Expect 10 to 12 books in 2012, including volume 2 of North American New Right.

Counter-Currents was founded as a publishing company with a webzine, but we have evolved into a webzine that also publishes books. I am satisfied with that emphasis, because our goal is to change the world, thus the immediate and free distribution of ideas over the web has to take precedence over printing and selling physical books. We will continue to publish books, but they are and will remain a secondary medium for our ideas.

Sixth, because we are more concerned with giving away ideas than making them artificially scarce so we can monetize them, Counter-Currents will continue to depend upon donations. In 2013, we will again do a Summer fundraiser running from June 11 until October 31. We also want to encourage our readers to sign up to do monthly donations to Counter-Currents. Please visit our Donate page.

To make it easier for Americans to donate, in 2012 we created the Counter-Currents Foundation and applied to the IRS for 501c(3) tax exempt status as an educational organization. This will make it possible for Americans to deduct their donations from their Federal Income Taxes. The IRS has, however, been sitting on that application for the better part of a year. Given the recent restrictions on the tax deductibility of charitable donations, the system is obviously not eager to grant tax-exempt status to new organizations. We will try to shake loose some sort of decision, and if we are denied, we will have to come up with a plan B.

Seventh, metapolitics is not just about ideas, but also about building concrete communities. Last year, Counter-Currents held two weekend retreats for writers, donors, and friends. This year, we will hold one weekend podcasting workshop and one general retreat. In October, 2012, I also held a dinner and gave a talk in Seattle. In 2013, we will do at least five such events around the country: one in Philadelphia and four in the West (Portland, Seattle, Northern Idaho, and Kalispell). We would like to do a lot more than that, but given the costs and our current workload, it is not really realistic.

In closing, I want to thank our writers, donors, podcasters, designer, proofreader, translators, and managing editor for all their creativity and hard work.

As I did last year, I specifically want to draw attention to one of our most versatile and talented writers, Andrew Hamilton, who since March 25, 2011 has been writing at least one article for Counter-Currents every week. Such a marriage of talent and idealism to discipline and rock-solid reliability is exemplary and absolutely necessary for our cause. I also want to thank Gregory Hood, who in recent months has been contributing at least one high quality article every week.

My gut conviction is that Counter-Currents is poised to really take off in 2013, and I hope that all of our writers will follow their example and go “all in.”

Last but not least, I want to thank you, dear reader, for your loyalty and support.

Happy New Year!

Greg Johnson
Counter-Currents Publishing Ltd.
North American New Right

 

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41 Comments

  1. White Republican
    Posted February 9, 2013 at 7:27 am | Permalink

    Something I really should do is make a proper study of François Duprat’s analytical, editorial, and publishing model, and how it could be emulated today. This would be highly relevant to the study of “the history, roots, and legacy of fascism, National Socialism, and allied movements” and “contemporary Right-wing youth subcultures, including musical subcultures.”

    I think this work requires is orientation more akin to that of the intelligence analyst and policy-maker than the academic, journalist, or polemicist. It needs to be oriented towards practical ends, to be informed by a profound historical and political culture, and to employ appropriate methods and disciplines. The central objective of this work should be to raise the political culture of White nationalists, particularly among leaders and cadres.

  2. Donar van Holland
    Posted February 1, 2013 at 6:11 am | Permalink

    May I suggest another item for your subject list? What about articles on effective propaganda? Or whatever euphemism they use nowadays. A lot of scientific research is being done on how to persuade people, in management, in marketing etc. Soft power is all we have, and therefore I would deem it essential to know “le ton qui fait la musique”.

    For example, this advice, based on “Psychological Warfare” by Paul Linebarger has completely changed and improved my interactions with liberal commentators on YouTube:

    NEVER direct propaganda against the opposing side’s rank-and-file! They are the people whom you want to persuade to cease resistance, malinger, desert, mutiny, or even change sides.
    1. Sending the Japanese cartoons of themselves, mocking the German language, calling Italians by familiar but inelegant names- such communications cropped up during the [Second World] war. The senders got a lot of fun out of the message but the purpose was unintelligently considered. The actual effect was to annoy the enemy, stiffening his will to resist.
    2. Go after the Propaganda Man [hypothetical listener on the other side] yourself. He is your friend. You are his friend. The only enemy is the enemy Leader (or generals, or emperor, or capitalists, or ‘They’). The rank-and-file member of the opposing side is not a villain, he is a victim. His leader or boss is exploiting him. The opposing leader is not only your enemy, but your listener’s enemy as well.
    3. For psychological warfare purposes, it is useful to define the enemy as: (1) the ruler, (2) or the ruling group, (3) or unspecified manipulators, (4) or any definite minority. It is thoroughly unsound to define the enemy too widely. The rank-and-file member of the opposing side is not “the enemy.” He or she is a victim of the enemies suggested by Linebarger: his/her ruler, ruling group, etc. The sound psychological warfare operator will try to get enemy troops to believing that the enemy is not themselves but somebody else- the King, the Fuhrer, the elite troops, the capitalists. … ‘We’re not fighting you. We are fighting the So-and-so’s who are misleading you.
    4. Antigun cartoonist Benson’s depiction of a beer-swilling, beer-bellied, unkempt, apparently uneducated “NRA member,” while in the same category as the Nazis’ depiction of Jews with exaggerated Semitic features, probably backfired by antagonizing every National Rifle Association member who saw it, along with many other responsible firearm owners.
    5.”Hate” propaganda must be directed only against the enemy leaders.

  3. Counter-bitchy
    Posted February 1, 2013 at 12:45 am | Permalink

    You are a seed, ever flowering, growing, budding fecundity, I am jealous, and I am woman.. and fail at colllaboration. truth. I am going to listen to pod casts and purchase books this year .

    • Jaego
      Posted February 2, 2013 at 3:48 pm | Permalink

      That was beautiful. Self knowledge is the seed of all future flowering. And though rare, there is a solar femininity as opposed to the usual cthonic. Mediate on Athena. Read H.R Haggard’s “She”. Also study the higher Venus of Greek Theology, Venus Pandemos I think. Or maybe it’s the other one. Or Wilber’s Great Goddess as opposed to Great Mother – the latter wants literal blood, the former only your entire being.

  4. Lew
    Posted January 31, 2013 at 1:30 pm | Permalink

    Count me as another vote for more round tables. I especially liked the one with you, Matt Parrott and Kevin MacDonald. I find Matt Parrott’s ideas have a way of growing on me over time as I better understand the rationale behind them. This is true for pretty much everything here.

    Out of curiosity, what kind of trolls and troublemakers does CC attract? Your readers (thankfully) never see their comments. I’ve spent more time reading conservative sites in the last six weeks than in the last 10 years (in getting into the nuts and bolts of the gun debate you have to go where the action is). The amount of censorship, discourse policing and concern trolling on the conservative sites is amazing. There are always a percentage of disaffected participants talking about being fed up with conservatives and Republicans. They get set upon, hectored and attacked, usually by other “conservatives” with “concerns” they are sounding crazy.

    It makes feel real contempt for conservative opinion leaders. Liberal blogs let me say whatever I want, and the thoughtful liberals will engage my ideas on race, ethnicity, politics, history, etc. Conservatives just delete my comments or ban me when an admin becomes aware of what I’m saying. Those same conservative sites let leftists comment all they want.

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted February 1, 2013 at 1:02 am | Permalink

      The trolls fall into the following categories:

      1. Crazies
      2. Enemies spreading discord among whites
      3. Enemies planting false premises

      Not only do I ban these people, but when I have satisfied myself that they are up to no good, I go back and delete all their previous comments, if any.

  5. CosmicSurfer
    Posted January 31, 2013 at 9:26 am | Permalink

    I’d like to see critiques of how tax money is used(stolen) to fund government spending. Of course, this tax money is paid to private companies for ‘essential’ services. Who owns these companies?

    Also, critiques of how much money is given to 3rd World and how it’s stolen. Of course, it’s always justified by white colonial guilt. Of course, all whites were complicit in colonialism and the formation of the East India company.

  6. Posted January 31, 2013 at 7:40 am | Permalink

    My ever evolving next piece seems to have settled on a much needed NR perspective on Deleuze and Guattari. The University of the New Right is the best of your many wonderful ideas, and I’m committed to helping in its realization. 2013 is to be a very pedagogical year for me!

    (I promise I’m working, but just can’t string enough hours together to find a groove. I need a research assistant.)

  7. sean
    Posted January 31, 2013 at 5:42 am | Permalink

    I would like it if you guys made it easier to read through older articles. As it is now one has to go through a lot of pages of each month, it would be better if you had a list of all the articles on one page.

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted January 31, 2013 at 3:27 pm | Permalink

      We do list them all in one place. Scroll down the right hand bar to the monthly archives.

  8. Jaego
    Posted January 31, 2013 at 3:15 am | Permalink

    Yeah, maybe ask Fr Devlin for some good, living, traditional, Catholic writers – including himself of course. A nice and bridging (to what has already been done) topic might be the Aquinas and the Scholastic use of Aristotle: how and to what extent they changed him. Some Catholics, such as St Augustine, also loved Plato – another interesting avenue.

    A much neglected Irish priest, Fr Dennis Fahey, would also be worth knowing about. He preserved the Traditional point of view about the Jews in the early 20th Century, even in the face of their exploding power and Catholic capitulation.

    http://www.cfnews.org/Fahey-AntiSemitism.htm

  9. Vick
    Posted January 30, 2013 at 10:38 pm | Permalink

    I’m a big fan of the podcasts. For what it’s worth, I’d love to see a weekly or monthly show hosted by at least a couple of really capable talkers that tackles current events from a Counter-Currentsish point of view (as opposed to single topic, lecture-style pieces).

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted January 31, 2013 at 5:11 am | Permalink

      Duly noted. The Roundtable format was very popular when tried. We will do more.

  10. regularron
    Posted January 30, 2013 at 9:45 pm | Permalink

    I for one am looking forward to it all. As I continue my intellectual journey, Counter-Currents and a few other websites have helped me come to where I am today. Finally feel as if I have a “community” where my brain belongs.

    Thank you for everything Greg. Keep up the fantastic work and may 2013 be the best year not for just this site, but for us all.

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted January 31, 2013 at 5:12 am | Permalink

      Thanks for your kind words, and welcome.

  11. SD
    Posted January 30, 2013 at 9:29 pm | Permalink

    “Prolific writers and commenters have gone silent. (What has happened to Fourmyle, for instance?)”

    Maybe he finally kicked the metaphorical football.

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted January 31, 2013 at 5:10 am | Permalink

      Now, now.

      He is a valued commenter. I hope he is well.

      • F of C is
        Posted February 7, 2013 at 12:19 am | Permalink

        I think.

        Thanks for your kind words. I have been very challenged for the last few months. I have not seen enough mention of the need for people to contribute to cc. You get new readers all the time, and this is becoming the Irish monasteries of the New Civilization.

  12. Jim Lamb
    Posted January 30, 2013 at 3:42 pm | Permalink

    “I would like to deepen the intellectual foundations of our project by reappropriating the whole Western intellectual tradition.”

    Oh, so that means you will be introducing us to more Christian thought. Wow, looking forward to that.

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted January 30, 2013 at 4:14 pm | Permalink

      Sure. But from a suitably critical perspective.

  13. bluegrass
    Posted January 30, 2013 at 3:20 pm | Permalink

    I like to hear that counter-currents will be a go-to, almost encyclopedic area for dissident right works on everything ranging from political street activism to philosophy to cultural examination. I’ve heard people quip about Counter-Currents as too much a place for “cerebral pontificates”, so to hear that it will offer everything for all ranges of the intellectual tastes and aptitudes.

    Podcasts are really the way to go. In my job I spend a lot of time listening to audiobooks and online radio, but there just never seems to be enough Alt-Right/dissident right podcasts coming out to constitute a regular form of media. Our current publication/webzine system is thankfully fairly interconnected, abundant, and diverse in content but there’s really only so much an average man can read before literary burnout sets in.

    And in when it comes to the Podcast production formula, it’s quite amazing what a few changes here and there can do to turn a boring lecture into captivating entertainment.

    -Well edited audio eliminating the “hhmmms, and ummmsss,”

    -Diversity of voices. There’s some fundamental aspect to the human brain that finds multiple speakers easier to follow than a single one. This can be 3 way interviews, or merely switching speakers to keep down the “monotone single lecturer effect.”

    -Musical breaks, of course.

    -Keeping the Duration under 70 minutes. (seems like the magic number to me.)

    I’m a young man right out of college. I rub shoulders with everything from young white guys straight outta high school doing tree-trimming to others meandering aimlessly about in graduate education. I’ve had interesting experiences trying to insert dissident right ideas into my fellow white males. They’re lost without any sense of tradition, Volk, or culture, but I have hope they’ll find their way to us.

    Guess I’ll go buy a headset and some audio software and give a podcast a shot.

    • Posted January 30, 2013 at 3:39 pm | Permalink

      Yeah, same here. Most podcasts are also of poor quality though- hearing Jett and Jahn take bong hits and shout ‘Madick’ isnt’ exactly educational.

      I feel that there has to be sort of a SWPL movement (minus the racial suicide) in this community where prole, trash behavior is punished or at least looked own upon.

      • bluegrass
        Posted January 30, 2013 at 6:18 pm | Permalink

        Clearly a balance is necessary. Being overly for the Proles is a dead end as you won’t really get much constructive feedback: just an apathetic cohort always on the wait for the next serving of simplified entertainment. Covington often complains that his show has been somewhat stuck in this situation.

        However, attempting to appeal only to often leviathan egos of the hobby intellectuals will ultimately narrow one’s group to a small cohort that’s only very, very good at…..thinking.

        Which isn’t exactly terrible: its just that thinking neither charges the barricades nor convinces others to charge the barricades.

        It would be a new component that we’d need: skinheads in Mad-Men suits and ties and neo-nazis with a knack for organic food. It must be a general, but still recognizable culture that’s malleable in terms of the music, fashion, and activities, but always carries with it that hipster SWPL type assumption that it’s “better” than the mainstream.

        I think that’s one of the reasons the SWPL-hipster style seems so effective at attracting the more intelligent and upperclass strata of Whites: it simply has complete confidence that its just……superior.

        We need to have that attitude. Forget the fervent revolutionary, not the dower the palecon, or the smarter-than-thou HBDer, or even the holier-than though Christian traditionalist. A sense that we’re just…..cooler, better, newer.

      • Morgan
        Posted January 30, 2013 at 11:35 pm | Permalink

        Bluegrass, for the love of Oðin we don’t need to become a bunch of hipsters and inner-city trendies! We should always do things on our own terms, such as the right-wing organic farmers in Germany http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/culture/2013/01/the-right-wing-organic-farmers-of-germany.html and in terms of ‘hip’ young street demonstrations, we need only look to Génération Identitaire.

        We don’t need to put filters on our photos and put post-modernist nonsense captions on everything nor be nostalgic for the 90s… By all means get short back and sides hair cuts and wear well tailored suits (I do!) , but don’t do so because Mad Men said it’s cool (what’s the difference between that and any other mass manufactured fad?) but because you stand for tradition, integrity, quality over quantity and have pride in yourself.

      • Posted January 31, 2013 at 11:57 am | Permalink

        @ Bluegrass –

        I think a lot of the prole behavior is spillover from reactionary Republicans- who embrace their obesity, shitty taste in food, big cars, and suburban sprawl as a badge of honor. They are just trying to distance themselves from liberal SWPLS, (and come off as REAL Americans), but are doing so in the most base, superficial way possible.

        @Morgan-

        Yes! I totally agree!!! I feel there needs to be an internal movement of going back to our Roman values, where beauty and virtue where held in high esteem. I think there needs to somehow be a break from the fact that eating healthy, being aesthetic, reading classics, and being thin are seen as liberal snobbery. I think shame works perfectly fine, more so than “advocacy or education” (a lot of good that’s done us) – and also the idea that “That is not for us.”

        I think the CC is definitely the driving force of a cultural renaissance in the New Right- a MUCH needed makeover.
        It is easy to discount this way of thinking when the person behind the idea is a hot mess and can’t articulate their thoughts. We have to think of ourselves sort of like some “communities” think of themselves as representing the entire group and not the individual. So as a collective family, we all need to present well, or at least not add to the stereotypes…..

        Reminds me of this Onion article: http://www.theonion.com/articles/educated-bigot-that-much-more-terrifying,20630/

      • Donar van Holland
        Posted February 1, 2013 at 5:37 am | Permalink

        I would say that we should never join the liberal chorus jeering at the “hillbillies”. They may be misguided, but they are white, and they are not liberals! Furthermore, I would welcome an outreach to the hipsters. They are white, they are intelligent, and we need them om our side. Moral nitpicking is something we cannot afford. I myself was drawn to the Right by a combination of the Runes and Neofolk and Martial Industrial music. We need white people from all walks of life, to reach out to all kinds of white people. Our survival is at stake. If someone is white, intelligent, loyal and psychologically stable, I welcome him and do not care what he wears, what he does in bed, or what music he prefers. Even if that is the noise of Marylin Manson (I am so sorry, my beloved Wagner!).

    • Sandy
      Posted January 30, 2013 at 8:46 pm | Permalink

      or even the holier-than though Christian traditionalist I know what you mean but in this day and age of pagan/heathen non-smokers that can smell a cigarette two miles away through the car exhaust fumes something else is going on. Perhaps it is just a human need to feel superior and to condem others. Beats me.

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted January 31, 2013 at 5:13 am | Permalink

      Our roundtables after the election were quite popular. We will do more.

      I need to get back to doing a magazine show every week with multiple voices and music breaks.

  14. Robert Stark
    Posted January 30, 2013 at 3:01 pm | Permalink
  15. Ulric
    Posted January 30, 2013 at 11:03 am | Permalink

    ‘Some time in the spring, we will host a podcasting workshop where people can get hands-on training in recording and editing high quality podcasts’

    Good news. Groups on our side massively under emphasise education and training. What we could really do with (as well as the writers and editors mentioned) is a middle management strata to organise the taking of our ideas into colleges and schools on a regular basis.

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted January 31, 2013 at 5:08 am | Permalink

      We do need campus organizations and outreach.

    • White Republican
      Posted February 9, 2013 at 7:23 am | Permalink

      I strongly agree with Ulric’s comment that groups on our side neglect education and training.

      If we are to weaponize or politicize our ideas, we can’t simply engage in intellectual and literary work, we must also engage in educational and agitational work. We need to create organizational forms and media that support this work and that can thereby put people to work. Intellectual and literary work involves relatively few people, whereas educational and agitational work can involve relatively many people.

      The proper cultural and practical formation of White nationalists in general is absolutely vital. The aim of such work should be raising the political culture and practical efficacy of White nationalists.

      We need to put our work within the view and the reach of people of more or less ordinary ability, work which they can engage in as they are and where they are. But we also need to raise the knowledge, skill, and dedication that such people bring to work. As Lenin is supposed to have put it, the aim is not to lower the revolution to the level of the amateur, but to raise the amateur to the level of the revolutionary.

  16. Posted January 30, 2013 at 10:29 am | Permalink

    Volume 1 was great so I am really looking forward to volume 2 of North American New Right. Keep up the wonderful work that you are doing!

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted January 31, 2013 at 5:06 am | Permalink

      Thanks for your kind words. I am drawing up the contents for vol. 2. It will be excellent, I promise you.

  17. rhondda
    Posted January 30, 2013 at 7:00 am | Permalink

    This is a great idea! The curriculum is especially intriguing for me.

  18. Vacant Serif
    Posted January 30, 2013 at 4:42 am | Permalink

    Really looking forward to the new podcasts I enjoy them a great deal. Love to hear the cultural critiques especially.

    • Robert Pinkerton
      Posted January 30, 2013 at 11:02 am | Permalink

      However, podcasts and other spoken-word entries are useless to those of us with impaired hearing. We need text to read.

      • Sandy
        Posted January 30, 2013 at 8:31 pm | Permalink

        Just a suggestion Robert but have you thought of requesting a volunteer to type out a transcript for you. Not all of us have the high speed typing skills to keep up with Greg or a Robert Stark but as their interviews are really non offensive and fall in the social studies category you might find a volunteer through Google or by advertising at your local university. Might be a good way to meet chicks too!!!??

      • Maja
        Posted February 1, 2013 at 12:13 am | Permalink

        I have been an avid reader/lurker on this site since its inception (with this being my first post here) and while I don’t exactly possess the breadth of knowledge necessary to really contribute in a meaningful way in terms of writing, I would be very happy to utilize my fast and accurate typing skills to transcribe lectures and interviews if anyone is at all interested.

        • Greg Johnson
          Posted February 1, 2013 at 12:18 am | Permalink

          Thank you so much. Please contact me directly. I would be very grateful if you could begin transcribing by last two lecture Podcasts. Also, we would like transcriptions of some of Jonathan Bowden’s lectures, beginning with his Robinson Jeffers one.

      • me
        Posted February 2, 2013 at 8:02 pm | Permalink

        Hey – you’re not the only one who have to rely on text.

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