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Under the Gothic Mask:
The Pseudo-Sanctimony of the New Witch-Hunters

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It was published over sixty years ago and I have kept my copy of it since I was in Year Ten at school. In May 1954 the British edition of Astounding Science Fiction carried a lead story by Mark Clifton and Alex Apostolides entitled ‘Hide! Hide! Witch!’ On the cover was a brilliant picture by Van Dongen. It showed a scientist, with fear and horror in his face, looking back as he clutches to his chest (evidently he is a fugitive) a collection of scientific instruments. Read more …

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Kevin Beary’s Savaged States of America

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Kevin Beary
Savaged States of America: A Futuristic Fantasy
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“Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”—Lewis Carroll, the White Queen, Through the Looking Glass  Read more …

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Anti-Racism vs. Neo-Paganism

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Crystal Blanton, Taylor Ellwood, and Brandy Williams, eds.
Bringing Race to the Table: Exploring Racism in the Pagan Community
Stafford, UK: Megalithica Books, 2015

Every once in a great while, the publishing world bears witness to one of two types of miraculous events: either (1) the release of a book which is, in every respect, perfect; or (2) the release of a book which is, in every respect, perfectly abysmal. Read more …

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The BNP’s Red, White, & Blue Rosette of Horror:
Exploring the Dark, Cramped World of Politically Correct Weird Fiction

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David A. Riley
Their Cramped Dark World and Other Tales
Parallel Universe Publications, 2015

I’ve frequently hammered at the notion that “weird fiction,” like its predecessor, Gothic, is an inherently conservative genre, not only in its themes – the persistence of the past, the reality of hierarchy, the inescapability of genetics and destiny – but also in its techniques; Read more …

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G.R.E.C.E. undertakes the defense of Western culture
Good Minds Are Stirring in France

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Instauration has mentioned several times that France is way ahead of other Western nations in lighting the fuse of a cultural renaissance. Most of the French philosophers, anthropologists, historians and critics Read more …

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Counter-Currents Still Under Siege

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RabbitSiegeCropThere is a new group working to shut down Counter-Currents. The Care2 website, which hosts petitions for various Left-wing and environmental causes, claims its “Hottest Petition” (more than 95,000 signatures at this time — it went up by a thousand as I was writing) is to “Tell Amazon and PayPal: Stop funding neo-Nazis and white supremacists!” And the one target mentioned by name is “Counter Currents” [sic], a “white nationalist publisher.”

To put this in context, Counter-Currents is now more unpopular among the extreme Left than the state of Indiana, which is also being targeted for economic destruction. Read more …

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Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

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First, the one step back . . .

As a dissident, I find it flattering to know that there are people who are paid vastly larger salaries than my own in order to make my life harder.  Read more …

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Washington Post Attacks Counter-Currents

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Imagine my delight when I noted that “Counter-Currents.com” is the first word of Caitlin Dewey’s Washington Post article “Amazon, PayPal and Spotify inadvertently fund white supremacists. Here’s how.” In fact, the article focuses almost entirely on Counter-Currents, which I take as a sign that we are doing something right.

Dewey reports on the ongoing campaign of a Jewish Supremacist hate group, the Southern Poverty Law Center, to strangle Counter-Currents financially by pressuring Amazon.com to stop selling our books and PayPal to stop processing our transactions. Read more …

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“Stimulus Package” & Other Poems

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Stimulus Package

So desperate to escape the seething welter
Of economic crises and misdeeds
Uncounted, refugees will seek the shelter
Of any halfway decent host. Their needs

Are few: a bite of cheese, a bowl of broth,
A tablespoon or two of grape-seed oil,
A gram of kosher salt, a tablecloth,
And beds of straw on which they can uncoil  Read more …

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The Scholar as Storm Trooper:
Goldwin Smith’s “The Jewish Question”

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“We have given up the fancy that the Jew is accursed. We must cease to believe that he is sacred.”– Goldwin Smith

Truly, we should give thanks for and love our enemies, at least the “intellectual” ones, for what better guides are there to the good stuff?

For example, if we didn’t already know Lovecraft, how would be discover him if the goodthinkers like China Mieville didn’t tell us that Lovecraft he was eeee-vil?[1]  Read more …

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