Monthly Archives: August 2010

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What Is to Be Done?
An Exchange with John Schneider, Part 2

3,892 words

Two.

“The combination of capital has created for [the workers] a common situation, common interests. This mass is thus already a class as against capital, but not yet for itself. In the struggle . . .this mass becomes united, and constitutes itself as a class for itself.”

— Karl Marx

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What Is to Be Done?
An Exchange with John Schneider, Part 1

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Introduction: John Schneider and I have opposed the existing regime for nearly forty years, though our original opposition was framed in the ideological and organizational terms of the revolutionary Marxist Left. Neither of us any longer sympathizes with this Left, but we nevertheless accept that it has something still to teach the Right. And though we differ on many things, I think his thoughts on the tasks facing the present anti-system opposition deserve a hearing. –M. O. Read more …

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The American Revolutionary Cargo Cult

Sympathetic Magic: Cargo cult soldiers imitate American soldiers

694 words

Thousands of primitive islanders scattered across dozens of remote islands in the South Pacific belong to “cargo cults.” These tribes participate in religious rituals that have been warped to one degree or another by their contact with “the White man” . . .

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Aleister Crowley

Aleister Crowley, 1875–1947

1,952 words

Translated by Cologero Salvo

From Chapter IX, “Il Satanismo” (“Satanism”) of Maschera e volto dello spiritualismo contemporaneo (“Mask and Face of Contemporary Spiritualism”)

Crowley was a character whose personality overpowers certain of the figures already considered. If we associate him with Satanism, it is because he himself invites us to do so. Read more …

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Wilhelm Furtwängler &
Music in the Third Reich

Wilhelm Furtwängler, 1886–1954

3,044 words

French translation here

Not only during his lifetime, but also in the decades since his death in 1954, Wilhelm Furtwängler has been globally recognized as one of the greatest musicians of this century, above all as the brilliant primary conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic orchestra, which he lead from 1922 to 1945, and again after 1950. On his death, the Encyclopaedia Britannica commented: “By temperament a Wagnerian, his restrained dynamism, superb control of his orchestra and mastery of sweeping rhythms also made him an outstanding exponent of Beethoven.” Furtwängler was also a composer of merit. Read more …

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The Baader-Meinhof Complex

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German director Uli Edel’s The Baader-Meinhof Complex (2008) is a riveting portrayal of the career of the Red Army Fraction (Rote Armee Fraktion), a left-wing terrorist group better known as the Baader-Meinhof Gang after Andreas Baader and Ulrike Meinhof, two of the group’s founders. The other founders were Gudrun Ensslin and Horst Mahler (now a comrade on the Right and a prisoner of conscience in Occupied Germany).

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Rudyard Kipling: The White Man’s Poet

(Joseph) Rudyard Kipling, 1865–1936

1,350 words

Editor’s Note:

This article is from National Vanguard, March 1984. The author is not credited, but it is almost certainly William Pierce.  Read more …

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Update on Toward the White Republic
& Taking Our Own Side

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We have moved the release date of Toward the White Republic and Taking Our Own Side from August 17 to September 10.

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Project Septentrion:
The Last Line of Defense

843 words

French originals here

Like “Eurosiberia,” the idea of “Septentrion” is a recurring theme in the geopolitics of the European New Right. “Septentrion” is derived from the Latin “septentriones,” meaning “seven plowing oxen,” referring to the stars of constellation Ursa Major, the Big Dipper, a constellation that is generally associated with the North and the North Polar region. Read more …

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In Defense of Vain Women

"Vanity" by John William Waterhouse, 1849–1917

1,470 words

Woman’s vanity, I take it, is not open to question. If no other proof of its preeminence in her were available, we should find one in her universally reported modesty, for who says modest, says also vain. Since, therefore, no-one has yet contested the modesty of women, I may take it that her vanity is by implication generally accepted too. Read more …

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The Geopolitics of Ethnopolitics:
The New Concept of “Eurosiberia”

2,232 words

Translated by Greg Johnson

Presented at the International Conference on “The Future of the White World,” Moscow, June 8th–10th, 2006

This text is dedicated to my friend and relentless critic, master of creative ideas, Professor Anatoly Ivanov.

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Drug Legalization in the White Republic

1,201 words

French translation here

I’d do it. I’d push the button.

If there were a button that would instantly and painlessly annihilate alcohol, nicotine, marijuana, and all other addictive recreational drugs, I would push it, Read more …

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John Wyndham’s The Chrysalids

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John Wyndham
The Chrysalids
London: Michael Joseph, 1955

I am a child of the Cold War, so good post-apocalyptic fiction, particularly that involving the world after thermonuclear holocaust, resonates with me. An example I recently enjoyed was The Chrysalids by apocalyptic Science Fiction author John Wyndham, also known for The Day of the Triffids, The Kraken Wakes, and The Midwich Cuckoos.

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“Indigenous”? How Dare You?

Grave stele c. 340 BC found in the Ilissos river near Athens. A young warrior mourned by his aged father, small son, and dog.

753 words

Translated by Greg Johnson

Translations of this English translation: Czech, Ukrainian

No man is blinder than someone who refuses to see. I thought of this adage recently while reading a long public diatribe by a retired classicist.[1] Read more …

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Lovecraft’s Politics

2,702 words

Translations: Czech, Portuguese

To many of his admirers, the scariest things H. P. Lovecraft wrote were not about Cthulhu, they were about politics. But, as I hope to show, the politics of this master of looming, irrational, metaphysical horror are solidly grounded in reality and reason.

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Evola’s Anti-Semitism

2,483 words

Czech translation here

When Julius Evola, one of the leading twentieth-century critics of Judeo-liberal civilization, worked out his racial theory during the 1930s, the principal inspiration for anti-Semitic thought was The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.

Purportedly stolen from an occult Lodge, the Protocols were a report of twenty-four secret meetings held by the leaders of international Jewry, as they attempted to devise a plan for world domination.

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The Shadow of Empire:
Francis Parker Yockey After Twenty Years

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Editor’s Note:

Oswald Spengler’s Man and Technics and Revilo Oliver’s America’s Decline: The Education of a Conservative and The Origins of Christianity are available for purchase on this website.

[The decline of] Britain is one of the terrible spectacles of history that no man can contemplate without feeling a melancholy blend of pity and awe Read more …

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Beyond Beyondism

Raymond Cattell, 1905–1998

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E. O. Wilson’s Sociobiology and Raymond Cattell’s A New Morality from Science: Beyondism were first published in the 1970s, although both writers were developing these ideas for many years before.

Wilson was a better writer, and arguably a better scientist, but Cattell had more creative courage. Cattell believed that a religion could be developed from science, which eventually became “Beyondism.”

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H. P. Lovecraft: Aryan Mystic

1,344 words

Czech translation here.

Published in honor of H. P. Lovecraft’s 120th birthday, August 20, 2010.

Homo Homini Lupus; Man is a wolf to his kindred.”
–Plautus

Howard Phillips Lovecraft was born in Providence on Rhode Island in 1890. Read more …

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Prisoners of Fate?

Reinhold Begas, "Prometheus"

2,185 words

In a 1994 speech, Sam Francis reportedly asserted that when whites ceased to exist subjectively, they would cease to exist objectively.

The current genetic destruction caused by demographic collapse and replacement immigration (the de facto policy of replacing white populations with non-white populations) seems to be the consequence of a subjective euthanasia which preceded it.

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Hellboy II: The Golden Army

The Angel of Death

1,511 words

Hellboy II: The Golden Army (2008) looks like director Guillermo del Toro’s audition for The Hobbit. (He got the job, but backed out because of scheduling problems with the studio.) The root mythology is Tolkienesque: In remotest antiquity, elves, trolls, and other beings shared the earth with mankind. The visual style is pure Peter Jackson: The elves look like Tolkien/Peter Jackson elves; the trolls look like Tolkien/Peter Jackson trolls; etc.

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Why I Write

Kratos 1610 words

This is always difficult to assess, but from this distance three different spear-points become discernible through the mist.

The first is an obvious desire for self-expression–yet, as always, the nihilism of Samuel Beckett needs to be avoided, where, during one part of the Trilogy, such as Molloy, he declares: nothing to express, no need to express, a blinding desire to stain the silence. I think that the aporia whereby post-modernism eats itself needs to be avoided.

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Community of Destiny or Community of Tribes?:
Alain de Benoist’s Nous et les autres

2,270 words

Alain de Benoist
Nous et les autres:
Problèmatiqu
e de l’identité
Paris: Krisis, 2006

Distinct to modernity — particularly to Europe and the European world of the last 200 years — is the question of identity.

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Race & War

2,459 words

One of the most serious obstacles to a purely biological formulation of the doctrine of race is the fact that cross-breeding and contamination of the blood are not the only cause of the decline and decay of races. Races may equally degenerate and come to their end because of a process – so to speak – of inner extinction, without the participation of external factors. Read more …

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Geoffrey Potocki de Montalk:
New Zealand Poet, “Polish King,” & “Good European”
Part III

Potocki in Wellington, New Zealand, 1984

3,102 words

Part 3 of 3. Part 1 here. Part 2 here.

Post-War Fascism

Directly after the war Potocki was defiantly not only pro-fascist but also expressed overtly pro-Nazi sympathies. His 1945 Christmas card To Men of Goodwill, 1945, had the “X” of “Xmas” printed as a swastika, and included a six verse poem including the words “to save his life, our William Joyce.” Read more …

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Cola di Rienzi & the Politics of Proto-Fascism:
Ronald F. Musto’s Apocalypse in Rome

Statue of Cola di Rienzi by Girolamo Masini, erected in 1877 near the Campidoglio, where he was killed

3,172 words

Ronald F. Musto
Apocalypse in Rome:
Cola di Rienzo and the Politics of the New Age

Berkeley: University of California Press, 2003

A young Italian nationalist leads his followers on a march through Rome, seizing power from corrupt elites to establish a palingenetic regime. Declaring himself Tribune, his ultimate aim is to recreate the power and glory of Ancient Rome. However, a conspiracy of his enemies topples him from power, and he is imprisoned.  Read more …

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Geoffrey Potocki de Montalk:
New Zealand Poet, “Polish King,” & “Good European”
Part II

Potocki and Franco, London, circa. 1939

2,608 words

Part 2 of 3. Part 1 here.

Right Review

Potocki returned to England in 1935. The outbreak of the Civil War in Spain in 1936 polarized the intelligentsia and literati. Some, such as Potocki and in particular Roy Campbell,[1] identified with the rebel cause. In 1936, with funds from Aldous Huxley and Brian Guinness, Potocki bought a printing press, and began publishing his long-running literary and political journal, Right Review. Read more …

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The Art of Jonathan Bowden, Vol. 2: 1968–1974

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Jonathan Bowden
The Art of Jonathan Bowden, vol. 2: 19681974
London: The Spinning Top Club, 2009

Last time I saw Jonathan Bowden, I asked him how he was. His answer, delivered with bared teeth and so typical of him, elicited peals of laughter from Bowden himself, “I am always superb and getting stronger!” Bowden, you see, loves an audience, but he is quite able to entertain himself without one, as the second volume of his art eloquently shows.

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Geoffrey Potocki de Montalk:
New Zealand Poet, “Polish King,” & “Good European”
Part I

Count Potocki de Montalk, 1903–1997, age 21, 1924

3,446 words

Part 1 of 3

“The course of my life is an indictment of the whole
dishonest racket which calls itself democracy.”
—Geoffrey Potocki de Montalk[1]

Count Geoffrey Wladislas Vaile Potocki de Montalk (1903–1997) was one of the generation of the Golden Age of New Zealand Culture. Read more …

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The “Withering White Rose”:
J. D. Pryce’s Mansions of Irkalla

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J. D. Pryce
Mansions of Irkalla
Charleston: BookSurge Publishing, 2008

In this ambitious first collection, J. D. Pryce undertakes an unusual project—a nearly 400 page volume consisting of two surprisingly consonant sections: the first a shocking and diverse assortment of original poems, and the second a tasteful selection of translated verse. Read more …

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