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Hermann Keyserling’s America

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A half-forgotten German philosopher’s profound analysis of the United States

When the German philosopher Count Hermann Keyserling, the centennial of whose birth was celebrated last year by a very small but dedicated band of followers, made a four-month lecture tour of the United States in 1928, it was his second visit to the country. Read more …



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From End of an Era: Mad Men & the Ordeal of Civility

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From James J. O’Meara’s new Counter-Currents title End of an Era: Mad Men and the Ordeal of Civility (San Francisco: Counter-Currents, 2015), now available in Kindle, hardcover and paperback forthcoming.

The whole “idea” that “everyone is corrupt,” “everyone is for sale,” etc. is pure Frankfurt School drivel—authentic Judaic gibberish, to adapt Mel Brook’s Judaic sneer at the wisdom of our pioneer forefathers[1]— Read more …



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New from Counter-Currents!
James J. O’Meara’s End of an Era: Mad Men & the Ordeal of Civility

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James J. O’Meara
The End of an Era: Mad Men and the Ordeal of Civility
San Francisco: Counter-Currents, 2015
104 pages

Kindle e-Book: $3.99

Hardcover and paperback editions will be out later in August.

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Before & After the Camp of the Saints:
The Untranslated Writings of Jean Raspail

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It is rather more pathetic than contemptible, the desperate struggle of William Buckley’s National Review coterie of tame Tories to win acceptance by the Establishment as “responsible” conservatives. In the magazine’s endorsement of George Ball’s (incorrectly identified as George Will’s) proposal to “send an armada of rescue boats” to save the Southeast Asian refugees, Ball is quoted as asking:

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The Man From U.N.C.L.E. — A Cautionary Tale, Part 2

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9 David McCallum and Robert Vaughn in an early episodeAct Three: “The Mush from U.N.C.L.E.”

Eventually someone pointed out that there is a law in New York State prohibiting the exploitation of “U.N.” or “United Nations” for commercial purposes, so “U.N.C.L.E.” had to be given a meaning. Read more …



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Major General J. F. C. Fuller (1878–1966)

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Major General J. F. C. Fuller (1878–1966)

Our modern media like to depict military men as trigger-happy simpletons whose throwback minds are still laboriously progressing from the 18th to the 19th century. Unfortunately, at least within the Western democracies, the rewards and the constraints have been such as to drive creative intellects from the military ranks at Mach 1 speed. Nevertheless, occasional bright intellectual lights have remained in uniform, despite all the obstacles. By far the brightest such light (a veritable supernova) was Major General John Frederick Charles Fuller. Read more …



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The Man From U.N.C.L.E. — A Cautionary Tale, Part 1

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On August 14th, Warner Bros. will release its big-screen adaptation of a television series most moviegoers under the age of 60 have never even heard of: The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (NBC, 1964-1968). Read more …



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Lawfare in the Age of “White Terror”:
A Missed Opportunity for White Nationalists?, Part 1

Beatriz Aguilera; Militant Peronist who fought for “Socialism, Nationalism, and Catholicism” Disappeared by her Government and subsequently the subject of Human Rights cases against the government by her ideological compatriots.

Beatriz Aguilera; Militant Peronist who fought for “Socialism, Nationalism, and Catholicism” Disappeared by her Government and subsequently the subject of Human Rights cases against the government by her ideological compatriots.

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What is Lawfare?

Lawfare is the process by which those seeking political change, along the entire spectrum of political actors, from activists to insurgent, use recourse to the courts. This obviously includes cases which have a reasonable hope of victory where legislative and electoral success is impossible. It also includes hopeless cases. Court cases can be put to propaganda purposes, whether to diffuse revolutionary ideas or to delegitimize a regime. The examples of these types are practically endless. Perhaps the most concrete Objective set by Lawfare practitioners is the redefining of a conflict between a state and internal dissenters, Read more …



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Alain de Benoist’s On the Brink of the Abyss

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Alain de Benoist
On the Brink of the Abyss: The Imminent Bankruptcy of the Financial System
London: Arktos, 2015

Alain de Benoist’s On the Brink of the Abyss is a collection of essays dealing with the capitalist system and its deleterious effects. Written in response to the 2008 crisis, it uses current events as the starting point to investigate how the trends of global neoliberalism, free trade, finance, and the general logic of capitalism have brought the world’s economy to the threshold of destruction, Read more …



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Cohousing:
An Ancient Idea Whose Time has Come

Modern cohousing began in Denmark in the 1960s.

Modern cohousing began in Denmark in the 1960s.

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In 1516, Sir Thomas More published his now-famous work, Utopia. One of his recommendations was that housing be constructed for groups of about 30 families in order to create small villages which share common facilities, dinners, and child care.  Read more …



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