Monthly Archives: March 2011

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Hold Back This Day

Second Edition
San Francisco: Counter-Currents, 2011
212 pages

Hardcover: $30

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Mad Männerbund?

1,647 words

In the first couple chapters of Men Among the Ruins . . . Julius Evola outlines the nature of the State as constituted by Authority from above (as opposed to from below, as in democracy or party dictatorship), as represented by an Order of men, “who differentiate themselves from the masses as the bearers of a complete and legitimate authority,” originating in the primitive Männerbünde. Read more …

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On Wuthering Heights

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Caspar David Friedrich, "Rocky Landscape in the Elbsandsteingebirge," 1822–1823

Editor’s Note:

The following is from Anthony M. Ludovici, Confessions of an Anti-Feminist: The Autobiography of Anthony M. Ludovici, ed. John V. Day, ch. 3, “My Education, Part.” Unless otherwise indicated, all notes are by Ludovici. John V. Day’s notes are marked JVD, and additional notes are marked GJ. The book remains unpublished, but we hope to raise funds to finally bring it into print later this year.

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Sucker Punch

Emily Browning in “Sucker Punch”

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I saw Zack Snyder’s Sucker Punch a few days ago, but I wanted to wait until my ears stopped ringing before I wrote a review. Frankly, I needed the time to come up with something to say. Sucker Punch is often a great music video. It is frequently a great video game. But it never adds up to being a good movie. Indeed, Sucker Punch is a repugnant, pointless, and depressing movie, in spite of the fact that it is visually stunning and brilliantly directed.

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Food for Thought . . .

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If you are not already on our mailing list, now is a good time to sign up.

I am starting work on the fifth monthly Counter-Currents/North American New Right Newsletter, which contains information on our web traffic, upcoming books, and other Deep Thoughts.

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Remembering Ernst Jünger:
March 29, 1895–February 17, 1998

Arno Breker's portrait of Ernst Jünger

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Ernst Jünger was born on this day in 1895.

In commemoration, we are publishing my translation of Alain de Benoist’s important essay on Jünger: “Soldier, Worker, Rebel, Anarch: Types and Figures in Jünger’s Writings.”

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Soldier, Worker, Rebel, Anarch:
Types & Figures in Jünger’s Writings

Jünger 4,457 words

Translated by Greg Johnson

Greek translation here

In Jünger’s writings, four great Figures appear successively, each corresponding to a quite distinct period of the author’s life. They are, chronologically, the Front Soldier, the Worker, the Rebel, and the Anarch. Through these Figures one can divine the passionate interest Jünger has always held toward the world of forms. Read more …

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Lovecraft: Fear of the Unknown

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In any poll of Counter-Currents readers, H. P. Lovecraft (1890–1937) would surely rank high among fiction writers. Thus Lovecraft is a regular feature in these pages. Read more …

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Why I Write

Carl Spitzweg, "The Butterfly Collector," 1840

1,451 words

Editor’s Note:

The author asked me to include a note with this indicating that although his central positions as stated below are unaltered, his opinions of certain individuals, e.g., “Prozium,” have changed.

I have been asked to contribute to the “Why We Write” series. Read more …

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Rockwell was Right, Part 2

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Editor’s Note:

Here are more of George Lincoln Rockwell’s hilarious recollections of his experiences with racially-conscious conservatives in the late 1950s, this time from chapter 11 of This Time The World.

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This Sunday’s Featured Author 
Amanda Bradley

Jean-Honoré Fragonard, "La Lectrice," 1776

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Amanda Bradley has consistently been one of our most popular writers. For instance, this month’s top article so far is her review of Manning Up. She has considerable knowledge of religion and Western Esotericism, combined with a Traditionalist and a New Right outlook, which she brings to bear chiefly on issues related to women and families. You will be seeing more of her in these pages, as she has agreed to become one of our Contributing Editors. For a list of her works, click here.

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This Saturday’s Featured Author 
Kievsky

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Kievsky is an American white activist who has taken to heart the principle of thinking globally and acting locally. He is a master of the miniature who never loses sight of the big picture. A number of his best articles are archived here.

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Why I Write

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Several months back, I saw one of these “Why I Write” articles and resolved to write my own. I came up with several good reasons why one should write: to serve as a lightning rod around which to organize dissent, to expose my ideas to constructive criticism, to arrive at a rhetoric which is both radical and relevant, and so on. Those are all perfectly good reasons, but they’re unfortunately not my reasons. For me, writing is a compulsion, an itch that I can’t not scratch.

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Rockwell was Right

2,530 words

Editor’s Note

I had intended to write an article with this title to commemorate the birthday of George Lincoln Rockwell, who was born 93 years ago on March 9th. But I got too busy with other things, and the birthday sneaked past me. The title is specifically “Rockwell was Right . . . about Conservatives.”

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The Racial Makeup of the Turks

Turkish actress Beren Saat

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Islamic Turkey, which may yet be incorporated into Europe by the “West’s” totalitarian leadership class, has recently fallen out of favor with elites because of a perceived lack of servility toward Israel—a departure from the historic norm.

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Sol Invictus:
Encounters Between East & West in the Ancient World

2,563 words

Translation anonymous, edited by Greg Johnson

Franz Altheim’s latest book, recently published [Der unbesiegte Gott: Heidentum und Christentum (The Unconquered God: Heathenism and Christianity) (Hamburg: Rohwolts Deutsche Enzyklopädie, 1957)], should be of special interest to the readers of this review, for it deals with a significant encounter between the ancient civilizations of East and West.

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The Politics of Resentment

1,591 words

Translations: French, Polish

White Nationalists believe that the existing multi-racial, multicultural system has set our race on the path to extinction.

White birthrates world-wide are below replacement, while our homelands are being flooded with fast-breeding non-whites who undermine white wages and take far more from our welfare states than they contribute to them, meaning that indigenous whites pay the bills.

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Andy Nowicki’s The Columbine Pilgrim

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Andy Nowicki
The Columbine Pilgrim
San Francisco: Counter-Currents, 2011
112 pages
Hardcover: $25, paperback: $16

“Anyway, the day I was there I saw this huge cockroach crawling across the floor. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a bigger, more repulsive-looking bug in my life. Without even thinking, I just smooshed it with my foot, and then all of a sudden Tony got really mad at me.

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Excerpt from The Columbine Pilgrim

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Editor’s Note:

The following is an excerpt from the Prologue of Andy Nowicki’s new novella The Columbine Pilgrim, fresh off the presses at Counter-Currents and available for order here or at Amazon.com.

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Carl Schmitt’s Land & Sea, Part 9

Caspar David Friedrich, "The Sea of Ice," 1823–1824

2,401 words

Part 9 of 9

Translated by Simona Draghici, revised by Greg Johnson

Eighteen

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Why I Write

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Why I Write

I write because I could not bear the loss
Of all that makes this world worthwhile and grand:
Apollo, Odin, Vulcan, Perkanus,
Birch forests sprung from European land,
Marble arches, Doric columns, beer halls,
Vast castles perched upon the Thames and Rhine,
Blonde hair caught up in ringlets, Yuletide balls,
Maypoles, Shelley’s poems, Polish honey wine
In hive shaped bottles redolent of bees,
Van Gogh’s sunflowers in antique frames, beef
Wellington, cabbage rolls, bacon, blue cheese,
Saint George, King John, Hermanius. Belief
That such things — small or vast as each one might
Be — must not become lost . . . . is why I write.

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The Truth About Nazi-Zionist Relations:
Ingrid Weckert’s Jewish Emigration from the Third Reich

2,427 words

Ingrid Weckert
Jewish Emigration from the Third Reich
Chicago: Theses & Dissertations Press, 2004

The horrific tales of Jewish people being forcibly ousted from Germany with few if any of their possessions or other material wealth (including money) is 100% false. Jewish banks assured that Jews emigrated with plenty of funds to their new homelands.

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Feminism & the Destruction of the West:
Steve Moxon’s The Woman Racket

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Steve Moxon
The Woman Racket: The New Science Explaining How the Sexes Relate at Work, at Play and in Society
Charlottesville, Va.: Imprint Academic, 2008

Most of my readers would agree that the West’s modern political correctness regarding race and gender is an insult to the intelligence of anyone who has given any thought to human nature and its evolutionary source. Read more …

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Carl Schmitt’s Land & Sea, Part 8

2,110 words

Part 8 of 9

Translated by Simona Draghici, revised by Greg Johnson

Sixteen

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This Weekend’s Featured Author 
Andrew Hamilton

Roman woman with book and stylus, first century, from Pompeii

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Andrew Hamilton is one of our most versatile and consistently interesting writers. There are 25 pieces by him on this site. For a list, click here.

For the duration of this weekend, I have reopened commenting on his articles.

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Memories of Hitler & the Third Reich

2,737 words

Editor’s Note:

The following is from Anthony M. Ludovici, Confessions of an Anti-Feminist: The Autobiography of Anthony M. Ludovici, ed. John V. Day, ch. 5, “My Education, Part III.” The book remains unpublished, but we hope to raise funds to finally bring it into print The notes by John V. Day are marked with his initials.

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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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The Columbine Pilgrim

San Francisco: Counter-Currents, 2011
112 pages

Hardcover: $25

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Introduction to Céline’s Trifles for a Massacre

1,060 words

Translated by Greg Johnson

Editor’s Note:

The following text is from the Les Editions de La Reconquête reprint of the French edition of Louis-Ferdinand Céline’s Bagatelles pour un massacre, which is available from their website. I wish to thank the publisher for making this text available for translation.

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Carl Schmitt’s Land & Sea, Part 7

1,955 words

Part 7 of 9

Translated by Simona Draghici, revised by Greg Johnson

Fourteen

Portuguese, Spaniards, Frenchmen, Dutchmen, and En­glishmen fought one another for the division of the new Earth. The means, though, were not exclusively military; the struggle also entails diplomatic negotiations and suits for the best legal title.

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