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Conversion to White Advocacy:
The Social Nexus

StoneEagle2,069 words

Greg Johnson asked me to comment on my conversion to my present political views in his essay on William James’s ideas on religious conversion “The Psychology of Conversion” (December 17, 2013).  Read more …

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Politicized Science vs. Scientific Politics

Gabriel von Max, “The Vivisectionist,” 1883, detail

2,731 words

It may seem ironic for those who are said to have “far Right views,” but perhaps one of the biggest obstacles in the struggle for the West is the far Right’s obsession with the scientific understanding of human races. It is not so much that scientific knowledge about race is irrelevant to our political purpose (which is the struggle for the West), but, rather, that this science is thought to possess a political utility it does not and will never have.

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A Note on the Art of Political Conversion

Thomas Ernest Hulme, 1883–1917

3,338 words

Some day a wonderful book will be written on the art of persuasion, a new sophistic. One may suppose that psychology will ultimately become as complete a science as geometry and mechanics are now. It will be possible then to predict the effect of an argument on a man’s mind as surely as one can now predict the eclipse of the moon. On the basis of this developed science will be built an infallible set of rules for converting a man to any opinion you like. Read more …

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Lawrence of Suburbia:
Coping with White Pathology

Lawrence of Arabia: A Paragon of White Pathology1,477 words

French translation here

The White race is uniquely disposed to pathological responses to interaction with racial outgroups because of its relatively strong will to power. Read more …

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Group Polarization & the Fad of Ethnomasochism

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Avant-garde, esthétique, révolution

Eugène Delacroix, « La Liberté Guidant le peuple », 1839

3,357 words

English original here

J’ai critiqué à diverses occasions la tendance parmi un sous-groupe de nationalistes raciaux à s’autoriser des fantaisies révolutionnaires improbables : Read more …

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Gustave Le Bon

Gustave Le Bon, 1841–1931

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Translations: English, German

Gustave Le Bon, Psychologie des foules

“A multidão é sempre intelectualmente inferior ao indivíduo isolado, mas do ponto de vista dos sentimentos e das ações que esses sentimentos provocam, a multidão pode, segundo as circunstâncias, ser melhor ou pior que o indivíduo. Tudo depende da natureza da sugestão à qual a multidão é exposta”.

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Gustave Le Bon

Gustave Le Bon, 1841–1931

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Die englische Übersetzung von Matthew Peters erschien zum Gedenken an Gustave le Bons Geburtstag (7.5.1841) am 7. Mai 2012 auf Counter-Currents. Das französische Original stammt von Alain de Benoist und erschien  in Vu de droite: anthologie critique des idées contemporaines (Paris: Le Labyrinthe, 2001 [1977]), pp. 282–284. Ins Deutsche übersetzt von Osimandia.

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Gustave Le Bon

Gustave Le Bon, 1841–1931

1,758 words

Translated by Matthew Peters

Translations: German, Portuguese

Editor’s Note:

We are publishing this translation in commemoration of Gustave Le Bon’s birth, on May 7, 1841.

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Vanguard, Aesthetics, Revolution

Eugène Delacroix, "Liberty Leading the People," 1839

3,377 words

German translation here

I have on various occasions criticized the tendency among a subset of racial nationalists to indulge in improbable revolutionary fantasies, where the liberal system collapses, Read more …

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