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The Counter-Currents Moving Sale: 
New Items & Slashed Prices

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We’re moving, and that’s good news for you. We’ve decided to reduce or eliminate our stocks of certain items. 

New Items:

1. Sir Oswald Mosley, Mosley — Right or Wrong? (interviews with Mosley) (London: Lion Books, 1961)

  • Paperback (unread, but old — printed in 1961 — with considerable storage wear): $12

2. Paul Rassinier, The Real Eichmann Trial: The Incorrigible Victors (Silver Spring, Md.: Steppingstones, 1979)

  • Paperback (unread, but old book with some storage wear): $12

3. Ragnar Redbeard, Might is Right (Springfield, Mo.: Dil Pickle Press, 2005)

  • Paperback: $8

4. Welf Herfurth, A Life in the Political Wilderness (Finis Mundi Press, 2011)

  • Paperback: $12

5. Lars Holger Holm, The Owls of Afrasiab (London: Arktos, 2011)

  • Paperback: $15

6. Steven J. Rosen, The Agni and the Ecstacy (London: Arktos, 2012)

  • Paperback: $15

7. Porus Homi Havewala, The Saga of the Aryan Race, vols. 1 & 2 (London: Arktos, 2011)

  • Paperback: $15

8. Porus Homi Havewala, The Saga of the Aryan Race, vols. 3-5 (London: Arktos, 2012)

  • Paperback: $15

Prices Slashed:

1. Arthur Moeller Van Den Bruck, Germany’s Third Empire (London: Arktos, 2012), the 1923 conservative revolutionary work that coined the phrase “Third Reich”

  • Paperback: $25 $15

2. Tomislav Sunic, Against Democracy and Equality: The European New Right, Preface by Alain de Benoist, 3rd ed. (London: Arktos, 2011), an excellent basic introduction to the European New Right

  • Paperback: $20 $15

3. Jonathan Bowden, Eddy Butler, and Adrian Davies, eds., Standardbearers: British Roots of the New Right, Foreword by Antony Flew (Beckenham, Kent: The Bloomsbury Forum, 1999), with essays on such figures as Henty, Disraeli, Burke, Belloc, Chesterton, Enoch Powell, Keynes, Arnold Bax, and Bill Hopkins by Jonathan Bowden, Derek Turner, Adrian Davies, and others.

  • Paperback: $20 $12

4. Erik Norling, Revolutionary Fascism (Finis Mundi Press, 2011) on Mussolini’s relation to socialism

  • Paperback: $20 $12

5. Winifred Faraday, The Edda: The Divine and Heroic Mythology of the North (Finis Mundi Press, 2011), two seminal essays by Faraday plus Ramon Blau’s essay “Paganism as Weltanschauung

  • Paperback: $20 $12

6. Steven J. Rosen, The Jedi in the Lotus: Star Wars and the Hindu Tradition (London: Arktos, 2010), on some of the Eastern religious and philosophical sources and resonances of Star Wars

  • Paperback: $17 $12

7. Dan Houser Music and Narration, The Lightning and the Suns: The Words of Savitri Devi, CD: Savitri Devi’s words over ambient, industrial soundscapes

  • CD: $10 $5

Already Announced:

1. Back issues of Wilmot Robertson’s magazine Instauration, most issues in very good to new condition (some staple rust), a few in merely good condition, issues ranging in length from 20 to 36 pages: $10 per copy

  • Vol. 14, 1988–89, nos. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12
  • Vol. 15, 1989–90: nos. 2, 4 (2 copies), 7, 9
  • Vol. 19, 1993–94: nos. 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 (2 copies)
  • Vol. 20, 1994–95: nos. 1, 4 (2 copies), 5 (2 copies), 6 (2 copies), 8, 10
  • Vol. 21, 1995–96: nos. 1 (2 copies), 10 (2 copies)
  • Vol. 22, 1996–97: no. 5 (2 copies)
  • Vol. 23, 1997–98: 4 (2 copies), 5, 7, 9
  • Vol. 24, 1998–99: nos. 1, 3, 4 (2 copies), 8, 9 (2 copies), 10 (2 copies), 11, 12 (3 copies)
  • Vol. 25, 1999–2000: nos. 1 (16 copies), 3

For information about the contents of each issue, click here.

To inquire about condition, reserve copies, and get a shipping quote, please email:

2. Leo Yankevich, Tikkun Olam and Other Poems

  • Paperback: $6 

3. Anthony M. Ludovici, The Lost Philosopher: The Best of Anthony M. Ludovici, ed. John V. Day

  • Hardcover (limited edition, numbered): $10 
  • Paperback: $5 

For more details about the contents, click here.

Wholesale inquiries welcome.

For orders of five or more, contact us to determine postage:

4. Select issues of The Occidental Quarterly (quantities are limited): $10 each

  • Vol. 6, no. 1: with Kevin MacDonald, Michael O’Meara, George McDaniel, Brent Nelson, etc. 
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  • Vol. 6, no. 3: with Michael O’Meara, Edmund Connelly, F. Roger Devlin, Brent Nelson, etc. 
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  • Vol. 6, no. 4: with Kevin MacDonald, D. Roger Devlin, Michael Masters, Robert Griffin, etc. 
  • Vol. 7, no. 1: with John Glad, Tomislav Sunić, and Edmund Connelly 
  • Vol. 7, no. 3: with Alain de Benoist, Kevin MacDonald, John Glad, Richard Lynn, Michael O’Meara, etc. 
  • Vol. 7, no. 4: with Kevin MacDonald, Alain de Benoist, Michael O’Meara, Richard Lynn, etc. 
  • Vol. 8, no. 1: with Kevin MacDonald, Alain de Benoist, Edmund Connelly, Raymond Wolters, etc. 
  • Vol. 8, no. 2: Richard Lynn, Alain de Benoist, Michael Walker, Kevin MacDonald, F. Roger Devlin, etc. 
  • Vol. 8, no. 3: Part 1 of F. Roger Devlin’s extensive review/summary of Solzhenitsyn’s Two Hundred Years Together, plus Kevin MacDonald, Alain de Benoist, Andrew Hamilton, and J. B. Cash 
  • Vol. 8, no. 4: Part 2 of F. Roger Devlin on of Solzhenitsyn’s Two Hundred Years Together, plus Michael O’Meara, Richard McCulloch, Alain de Benoist, and Greg Johnson 
  • Vol. 9, no. 1: with Michael O’Meara, F. Roger Devlin, George Hocking, Alain de Benoist, etc. 
  • Vol. 9, no. 2: Special issue on Race and Culture with Michael O’Meara, F. Roger Devlin, Andrew Hamilton, Michael Bell, Edmund Connelly, etc. 
  • Vol. 10, no. 1: with Alex Kurtagić, Hervé Ryssen, Raymond Wolters, F. Roger Devlin, George Hocking, Michael Polignano, Michael O’Meara, etc. 
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For more details about individual issues, click here.

5. Samuel Francis, ed., Race and the American Prospect, with essays by Kevin MacDonald, Jared Taylor, Wayne Lutton, Richard Lynn, Richard McCulloch, and others.

  • Paperback: $5 

6. Ward Kendall, Hold Back This Day

  • Hardcover: $15 

7. J. Philippe Rushton, Race, Evolution, and Behavior: A Life History Perspective, abridged edition

  • Paperback: $5 

8. Louis T. March, Harvest of Lies: The Black Farmer Lawsuit Against the U.S. Department of Agriculture

  • Paperback: $3 

9. James Mason, Siege: The Collected Writings of James Mason

  • Hardcover: $20 

10. Samuel Francis, Ethnopolitics: Immigration, Race, and the American Political Future

  • Paperback: $1 

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  1. MrDislaw
    Posted February 4, 2013 at 6:30 am | Permalink

    You say “buy anything after entering through Counter-Currents” and you get a commission…is that just books that CC lists or any book or as you say “anything”? What about appliances, TVs, etc.? I’m going to be buying some things and would be delighted to help out CC which is doing great work–and if it’s “anything” I will spread the word to my family.

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted February 4, 2013 at 6:39 am | Permalink

      Anything means anything that Amazon sells: appliances, TVs, food, clothes, etc. It is an amazing deal. We really appreciate your helping out this way. We are getting 7.5% per month now on these purchases. It really makes a difference for us, and it costs you nothing extra — just the trouble of bookmarking and using the link.

      • MrDislaw
        Posted February 4, 2013 at 9:50 am | Permalink

        Thanks Greg. I don’t think many of the C-C readers realize this. You perhaps might post a note of some kind or send a mass email. 7.5% is a great deal for you.

  2. me
    Posted February 4, 2013 at 6:26 pm | Permalink

    I have purchased items in Amazon thru your link, but I have no way of knowing I’m actually going thru you as the Amazon site doesn’t say “connected thru CC”. I hope you actually received the 7+% from my Amazon purchases.

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted February 4, 2013 at 7:06 pm | Permalink

      As long as you use the link, it should work. We have no way of knowing who buys what, but they do give us a list of sales. Email me with the names of a few items, and I can confirm that the link is working.

  3. bluegrass
    Posted February 4, 2013 at 11:50 pm | Permalink

    Just bought: Tomislav Sunic, Against Democracy and Equality

    Hope its not a slog, but glad I’m getting my hands on physical copy instead of just Kindle e-reader. Though I like to save the $, there’s a part of me that worries about having my intellectual library condensed into such an easily losable form like a computer file.

    Imagine what great worked could be destroyed in seconds if it were only relegated to the digital space?

    ……makes me want to start printing CC articles asap.

    • Posted February 5, 2013 at 11:15 am | Permalink

      I understand your concerns. However, anything purchased for you kindle is saved on the Amazon cloud, which you can access and download again [I think?] Of course, that also means Amazon can fiddle with your library, and they have done so; I think Orwell’s estate made them remove pirate editions — of 1984! How’s that for irony?

      You can also save them on your computer, which in turn you can/should be backing up with something like Carbonite anyway.

      The way I look at it, apart from saving space, the Kindle library is easier to escape with if TSHTF and you have to make a run for it. It’s like the runaways who each memorize a book in Fahrenheit 451; if one of them dies, the book is lost [we see an old man teaching his book to a youth] but in practice it’s easier to run and hide from the State.

      Of course, you still need power, but if that goes, all bets are off anyway. No light or heat to read your books by.

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