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Leftist Personality Types

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Francisco Goya, “Saturn Devouring his Son,” c. 1819–1823

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The following essay was later incorporated into Kerry Bolton’s The Psychotic Left: From Jacobin France to the Occupy Movement, available from Black House Publishing

In order to understand how such outbreaks of mass psychosis [as the French and Bolshevik Revolutions] manifest with the intent of bringing about the overthrow of civilisation and the resurgence of the atavistic, Read more …

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Psychopathology of the Left:
Some Preliminary Notes

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The following essay was later incorporated into Kerry Bolton’s The Psychotic Left: From Jacobin France to the Occupy Movement, available from Black House Publishing

The ‘Right’ of the political dichotomy, including even social and moral values that have traditionally been regarded – until recently – as normative, has for approximately eighty years, been the subject of analysis not just politically and sociologically, but psychologically.  Read more …

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Is Darwin the Enemy?

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John G. West
Darwin Day In America: How Our Politics and Culture Have Been Dehumanized in the Name of Science
Wilmington, Del.: Intercollegiate Studies Institute, 2007

The concept of white nationalism didn’t exist one hundred years ago. There was no need. Read more …

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Doc Savage & Criminology

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One of the more interesting things about the pulp star Doc Savage, the man of bronze, is that he carried out operations on the brains of criminals in order to correct them. These exercises in popular culture — the 181 pulp novels written by Lester Dent — are thus one of the most basic advocates for eugenics throughout the 1930s and ’40s. Read more …

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The Strange Case of Anthony Burgess’ A Clockwork Orange

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Anthony Burgess
A Clockwork Orange
New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1962

A Clockwork Orange is a short novella produced by Anthony Burgess in a very short period of time—yet the author had doubtless dwelt upon an entire zoology before producing it. One of the book’s characteristics, which even the most casual reader notices, is the experimental language or deliberate argot that Burgess develops for his retinue of juvenile delinquents. Read more …

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Arkham Asylum: An Analysis

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Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth
Story by Grant Morrison, art by Dave McKean
DC Comics, October 1989

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Criminology, Elitism, Nihilism:
James Hadley Chase’s No Orchids for Miss Blandish

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James Hadley Chase
No Orchids for Miss Blandish
London: Robert Hale, 1939

No Orchids for Miss Blandish was published in 1939 and later appeared in British editions by Robert Hale. Two films were made as a result of it (one of them by Robert Altman), and the Corgi/Transworld paperback editions have been sold all over the world. Read more …

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