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Masterpieces of Aryan Literature 4
Evelyn Waugh’s Black Mischief

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Evelyn Waugh (1903–1966) is probably best known today for Brideshead Revisited, his 1945 novel of fin-de-siècle longing and Catholic apologetics that has received both television and cinematic adaptations. He made his fame in the 1930s, however, by penning some of the most biting, satirical novels of the British upper class and its various hangers-on. Waugh was brutally honest about the inferiority of the Negro race and its incompatibility with Western civilization. Read more …



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New from Counter-Currents!
J. A. Nicholl’s Venus & Her Thugs

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J. A. Nicholl
Venus and Her Thugs: Fifteen Weird Tales
San Francisco: Counter-Currents, 2017
228 pages

Release date: December 10, 2017

Venus & Her Thugs is a collection of fifteen weird, allegorical, and horrific stories about life in the Current Year. Read more …



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Review of Venus & Her Thugs

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J. A. Nicholl
Venus & Her Thugs: Fifteen Weird Tales
San Francisco: Counter-Currents, 2017

What is a weird tale? To keep the question manageable, it makes sense to think only about modern, literary tales. In that respect, then, the weird tale is a scion of the ghost story family. The modern, literary ghost story is widely acknowledged to have been created by M. R. James. James’ stories followed a formula of a cerebral, monastic academic discovering some sort of occult object, and subsequently being assaulted by a supernatural emanation connected to that object. Read more …



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The Sleeping Beauty

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They were walking past a Fernwood gym one day while out shopping when Shannon uncharacteristically sighed, “I’ve put on so much weight this year. If only I had time to get to the gym!”

Nick responded by getting overly excited: “Hey, why not? Maybe we could go together.”

“Together? You do know that’s a women-only gym!”  Read more …



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Counter-Currents Radio Weekly:
Interview with Tito Perdue

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Greg Johnson, John Morgan, and Michael Polignano reconvene for a new weekly Counter-Currents Radio podcast. This week, we interview Counter-Currents author Tito Perdue. Read more …



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Why I Write

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Since I was a small child I have felt that I had to devote my life to something tremendously important. This is it. You are looking at it.

My life now easily divides into “before Counter-Currents” and “after.” Read more …



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Two New Poems

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Charlie Manson (1934–2017)

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Well, Charlie Manson’s dead,
just like poor Sharon Tate.
Upon his wrinkled head
above his eyes, the fate,

of his tattooed Swastika
is certain, after so,
so many years. The shiksa,
pale as November snow,  Read more …



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Taylor Swift’s Tarnished reputation

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Taylor Swift’s latest album, reputation, came out on November 10th. She has become an iconic figure for the Alt Right in recent years, so a review seems appropriate. We must tread lightly because Ms. Swift has recently been flashing her litigious claws (clause?). Read more …



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Remembering P. R. Stephensen:
November 20, 1901 to May 28, 1965

P. R. Stephensen, circa 1934

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Percy Reginald Stephensen was born on November 20, 1901. Stephensen was a writer, publisher, and political activist dedicated to the interests of the white race and the Australian nation. Like Jack London, Stephensen was an archetypal man of the racially conscious Left. He began his political career as a Communist but later moved to the nationalistic, anti-Semitic Right. From 1942 to 1945, he was interned without trial for his pro-German and pro-Japanese sympathies.

Early in his career as a publisher, Stephensen championed the works of Nietzsche, D. H. Lawrence, and Aleister Crowley. Read more …



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Remembering Madison Grant:
November 19, 1865 to May 30, 1937

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Today is the birthday of Madison Grant, American aristocrat and pioneering advocate of white racial preservationism, immigration restriction, eugenics, anti-miscegenation laws, and the conservation of wildlife and wilderness. To learn more about Grant’s life and legacy, see these articles at Counter-Currents: Read more …



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Madison Grant’s Great Work The Conquest of a Continent

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One great work of American History is David Hackett Fischer’s Albion’s Seed: Four British Folkways in America. It has altered how a great many Americans see their country and their regional origins. It makes the Civil War easier to understand as well as the Red State/Blue State divide. It helps clear up why Southerner’s say “y’all” and in New Jersey they sometimes say, “youse.” David Hackett Fischer has followed up the ideas in Albion’s Seed in other works and other historians have built upon Fischer’s ideas.

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Remembering Wyndham Lewis:
November 18, 1882 to March 7, 1957

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Wyndham Lewis was born on this day in 1882. A first-rate novelist, critic, and painter, he was a leading English exponent of fascist modernism. In honor of his birth, I wish to draw your attention to the following works on this website:



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Ditching the Black Pill;
Or, How I Freed Myself from the Shekel

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As of late, many in the movement have been both advocating and adopting the deleterious philosophy of the so-called “Black Pill.” Those held in thrall by the nihilistic tendrils of the “Black Pill” ideology posit that — quite bluntly — hope is futile, change a fleeting mirage, and White racial preservation improbable. Read more …



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The Second Death of Dixie

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Thomas Goodrich
The Day Dixie Died: Southern Occupation, 1865-1866
Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 2001
312 pp.

Thomas Goodrich’s second book for Stackpole Books followed three years after his revisionist look at the culture of the American Indians in Scalp Dance: Indian Warfare on the High Plains, 1865-1879. Read more …



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Making Equestria Great Again
My Little Pony: The Movie

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My Little Pony: The Movie has surely been a test and a crisis for the franchise and its creators. Has it succumbed to the enormous pressure to cuck out, and dilute its themes and formula with “poz”? Or have the show and the Mane Six retained their integrity through the quantum leap to the big screen?

Thankfully, there is little here to complain about. Unlike previous spin-offs of the Equestria Girls movies set in the relative narrative isolation of an American high school, My Little Pony: The Movie is set in Equestria with a capital E, Read more …



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Colin Wilson’s The Outsider

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The following review was published in The European, a journal owned and published by Sir Oswald Mosley and his wife, Diana, between 1953 and 1959, in its February 1957 issue. Read more …



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Remembering Sir Oswald Mosley:
November 16, 1896 to December 3, 1980

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Sir Oswald Ernald Mosley, 6th Baronet of Ancoats, was an English aristocrat (a fourth cousin once removed of Queen Elizabeth II) and statesman. Mosley was a Member of Parliament for Harrow from 1918 to 1924 and for Smethwick from 1926 to 1931. He was also Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster in the Labour Government of 1929–1931.

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Mosley Reconsidered

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November 16, 1896 – December 3, 1980

November 16th is the 121st birthday of Sir Oswald (“Tom”) Mosley, English MP, baronet, political innovator, fascist and nationalist.

We’re at a strange new moment in history now, when figures such as Mosley can be honestly appraised without our falling into cant or parroting someone else’s hobby-horses. Read more …



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Similarities between Fin de Siècle Haiti & the Modern American Black Ghetto

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Part 1 of 2

Introduction

What are the hallmarks of a typical black society? Filth, decay, disorder, cruelty, fear, deafening noise, “fronting,” “kangz” myths, shocking lack of accountability, white man’s burden, and a small proportion of suffering racial outliers. Read more …



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Charles Krafft’s Francis Parker Yockey Commemorative Plates

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In honor of Francis Parker Yockey’s 100th birthday on September 18, 2017, Charles Krafft has created two Francis Parker Yockey memorial plates, incorporating Yockey’s mug shots from his arrest in June of 1960, plus a news clipping and a quote from Imperium.

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Forthcoming from Counter-Currents!
Francis Parker Yockey’s The World in Flames

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Francis Parker Yockey
The World in Flames: The Shorter Writings of Francis Parker Yockey
Ed. K. R. Bolton
San Francisco: Counter-Currents, 2017
350 pages

Release Dates: Paperback and E-book: December 25, 2017; limited edition hardcover: February 1, 2018  Read more …



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Friedrich Ludwig Jahn & German Nationalism

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The discipline of gymnastics has its roots in ancient Greek physical exercises, but the father of modern gymnastics is widely acknowledged to be the nineteenth-century German gymnastics educator Friedrich Ludwig Jahn. Jahn is credited with the invention of number of gymnastic apparatuses (the vaulting horse, parallel bars, balance beam, and rings), the founding of the first open-air gymnasium in Germany, and the popularization of gymnastics as a competitive sport. Read more …



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The Chad Virgin vs. the Virgin Chad

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Some weeks ago, a study from Columbia University was publicized which found that 27% of ‘Alt-Right’ men were still virgins by the age of 26.

Of course, we know why this is the statistic that was spread in the media. Read more …



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Fenek Solère’s Rising

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Fenek Solère
Rising
San Francisco: Counter-Currents, 2017

“Tom had long harbored the suspicion that because the Slavs escaped most of the corrosive influence of political correctness, they would act as a catalyst for a White revolution.”

Russia. Less than a decade into the future and the Third Rome is under siege. Read more …



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One Hundred Years of Communism

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Tuesday, November 7th, marked the one hundredth anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution (called the “October Revolution,” since in the Julian calendar it took place on October 25th). But you would never know it.

Vladimir Putin declared last year that discussion of the Revolution should be left to professional historians— Read more …



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Now in Kindle!
Tito Perdue’s Cynosura

500 words

Tito Perdue
Cynosura
San Francisco: Counter-Currents, 2017
190 pages

Hardcover: $30

Paperback: $16

Kindle E-book: $2.99

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Why I Write
What Does It All Mean?

Rembrandt, Aristotle Contemplating a Bust of Homer

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I suspect that the path which led me to work with Counter-Currents is somewhat different from that of many of the other people who contribute to it. I did not naturally gravitate toward the Right at an early age, as did many of those I know who are active in it. I grew up in suburban New York, and although there were certainly experiences I had there that were to shape my later worldview, I was not conscious of them as such at the time. Read more …



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Barbarians are Coming from the East:
Laibach in Trbovlje

Laibach in Trbovlje, October 29, 2017.

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When I’ve tried to describe Laibach to the uninitiated, the best analogy I’ve come up with is, “Laibach is what would emerge if you were to take a group of industrial musicians and a group of political scientists and lock them in a gallery containing nothing but fascist, Communist, and modernist art for a year and then released them.” Read more …



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Jews & Mental Illness

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“Everyone is a little paranoid.” — Woody Allen

This essay was inspired by the excellent interview between Greg Johnson and Mike Enoch, “Forced to Be Free,” in the recently released You Asked For It: Selected Interviews, Vol. 1. This wide-ranging interview covers a vast range of topics, and as a whole serves—as does the whole book—as an absolutely excellent introduction to the whole of our project for “normies” Read more …



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New from Counter-Currents!
North American New Right, vol. 2

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North American New Right, vol. 2
Edited by Greg Johnson
400 pages

Hardcover: $120

Paperback: $30

Release Date: December 10  Read more …



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