Monthly Archives: July 2013

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Why Christianity Can’t Save Us

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French translation here

The conservative philosopher Russell Kirk wrote:

We must remind ourselves, to begin, that culture arises from the cult: out of the religious bond and the sense of the sacred grow any civilization’s agriculture, its common defense, its orderly towns, Read more …

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The Musings of a Self-Confessed Insider

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Carroll Quigley, 1910–1977

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Where do you come from white boy, what is your land
Everybody else knows where they come from
You don’t know your place, you never did, you never can
You can’t find a place in this land

 –“White Boy,” Paul Kanter and Grace Slick

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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 59  
What Socrates Knew:
Plato’s Gorgias, Part 5 of 10

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Note: This installment has a somewhat choppy quality in places because of extensive discussion, Read more …

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Learning from Success

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Spanish translation here

In the third part of my essay I have given myself the more cheering task of putting down some notes as to what I want to see, which very statement can be a start of what needs to be done, to be aware less of what one is against, than what one is for, less concerned with what happened in the past and more concerned with what should change, and how one may bring desirable change about. We do not have to start from scratch. There are instances in different places not only of those getting it wrong but also of those getting it right. Read more …

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The Journey to Tilsit:
A Song of Two Movies

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Many people consider F. W. Murnau’s Sunrise: Song of Two Humans (1927) to be the greatest film of the silent era. But most are unaware that it was remade under Hitler as Die Reise nach Tilsit (1939), and directed by the notorious Veit Harlan.

Both films were based upon a novella – titled Die Reise nach Tilsit (The Journey to Tilsit) – by Hermann Sudermann. Read more …

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Waking Up from the American Dream 
The Fall of the Southern Avenger:
Power, Access, & Activism

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In the life of any successful activist, there comes a moment of choice. You can have power, or you can have access.

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The Nigger Word

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At Counter-Currents/North American New Right, our aim is to raise the social status, intellectual rigor, and stylistic tone of racialist discourse. Thus we do not use the nigger word and other crude racial slurs.

However, although the distinction between “using” a word and merely “mentioning” it is lost on the low-IQ and the high-PC alike, Read more …

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Principles of Convenience

Herbert James Draper, "Figure with a Laurel Wreath"

Herbert James Draper, “Figure with a Laurel Wreath”

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Your personal shortcomings and natural talents are not moral triumphs.

When I read about someone preaching sexual abstinence, I want to see what that person looks like. I don’t want to be lectured about the virtues of chastity by someone who would obviously have trouble getting laid. I’m not impressed with the self-discipline or moral fortitude of an obese neckbeard or pimply teenager, Read more …

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Rudyard Kipling’s “The Burden of Jerusalem”

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Rudyard Kipling is out of favor, in large part because his work was so politically and racially incorrect. Read more …

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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 58 
Bill Hopkins & the Angry Young Men

Bill Hopkins, 1928–2011

Bill Hopkins, 1928–2011

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The following text is transcript by V. S. of a lecture by Jonathan Bowden given at the 7th New Right meeting in London on April 8, 2006 entitled “Bill Hopkins: An Anti-Humanist Life.” Read more …

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New from Counter-Currents! 
“I do not belong to the Baader-Meinhof Group” & Other Poems

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“I do not belong to the Baader-Meinhof Group” and Other Poems
San Francisco: Counter-Currents, 2013
112 pages

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Review of 
Jonathan Bowden’s Pulp Fascism

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Jonathan Bowden takes aim at the intellectual banalities of our age

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Jonathan Bowden
Pulp Fascism: Right-Wing Themes in Comics, Graphic Novels, and Popular Literature
Edited by Greg Johnson
San Francisco: Counter-Currents

Jonathan Bowden, a leading New Right thinker, will be remembered for the many important contributions he made to our cause. Read more …

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The Psychology of Apostasy

Il Sodoma, "The Martyrom of Saint Sebastian," c. 1525

Il Sodoma, “The Martyrdom of Saint Sebastian,” c. 1525

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Translations: French, Polish

Derek Black’s renunciation of White Nationalism raises questions of wider significance about how people form and reject beliefs. There are two basic kinds of beliefs: those you think are true based on reality and reason vs. those you think are true based on other people’s opinions.

If you base your beliefs on reality and reason, then you will change them as new facts come to light or as better arguments are presented. For example, I used to be a classical liberal, but classical liberalism grants no importance to racial and cultural differences, Read more …

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Pulp Fascism

Jonathan Bowden
Pulp Fascism: Right-Wing Themes in Comics, Graphic Novels, and Popular Literature
Edited by Greg Johnson
San Francisco: Counter-Currents
210 pages

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About Pulp Fascism:

Jonathan Bowden was a paradox: on the one hand, he was an avowed elitist and aesthetic modernist, yet on the other hand, he relished such forms of popular entertainment as comics, graphic novels, pulps, and even Punch and Judy shows, which not only appeal to the masses but also offer a refuge for pre- and anti-modern aesthetic tastes and tendencies.

Bowden was drawn to popular culture because it was rife with Nietzschean and Right-wing themes: heroic vitalism, Faustian adventurism, anti-egalitarianism, biological determinism, racial consciousness, biologically-based (and traditional) notions of the differences and proper relations of the sexes, etc.

Pulp Fascism collects Jonathan Bowden’s principal statements on Right-wing themes in popular culture drawn from his essays, lectures, and interviews. These high-brow analyses of low-brow culture reveal just how deep and serious shallow entertainment can be.

Contents

Foreword by Greg Johnson

The Heroic in Mass & Popular Culture
1. Pulp Fascism
2. From the Last Interview

Comics & Graphic Novels
3. The Comic Book as Linear Energy
4. Batman & the Joker
5. Arkham Asylum: An Analysis
6. The Incredible Hulk
7. Judge Dredd
8. Blind Cyclops: The Strange Case of Dr. Fredric Wertham

Robert E. Howard
9. Robert E. Howard & the Heroic
10. Conan the Barbarian
11. “Rogues in the House”
12. The Hour of the Dragon (Conan the Conqueror)
13. Solomon Kane

Pulps
14. H. P. Lovecraft: Aryan Mystic
15. Frank Frazetta: The New Arno Breker?
16. Doc Savage & Criminology
17. Criminology, Elitism, Nihilism: James Hadley Chase’s No Orchids for Miss Blandish

Dystopia
18. Mechanical Fruit: The Strange Case of Anthony Burgess’ A Clockwork Orange
19. George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four
20. Francis Pollini’s Night
21. Sarban’s The Sound of His Horn
22. Eugenics or Dysgenics? Brian Aldiss’ Moreau’s Other Island

Popular Drama
23. The Real Meaning of Punch & Judy

APPENDIX
Self-Criticism
24. Why I Write
25. Apocalypse TV
26. Al-Qa’eda MOTH
27. Kratos & Other Works
28. The Fanatical Pursuit of Purity
29. A Ballet of Wasps
30. Louisiana Half-Face
31. Lilith Before Eve
32. Goodbye, Homunculus!

Index

About Pulp Fascism:

“Jonathan Bowden said that greatness lies in the mind and in the fist. Nietzsche combined both forms in the image of the warrior poet. For Bowden it was the image of the cultured thug. I give you Jonathan Bowden: cultured thug.”

—Greg Johnson, from the Foreword

“Jonathan Bowden was uniquely gifted as a cultural critic and revisionist, willing to explore the obscure areas of high and low culture, and apply ideas from the former to the analysis of the later, starting always from the supposition that inequality is a moral good. Bowden’s texts are dense and rich with reference and insight, yet remain entertaining and replete with humor.”

—Alex Kurtagić

“Many men give speeches; Jonathan Bowden gave orations. To experience one of Bowden’s performances must have been something like hearing Maria Callas in her prime or witnessing one of Mussolini’s call to arms from a Roman balcony.

“As an intellectual, Jonathan was a Renaissance man, or perhaps a bundle of contradictions: his novels and paintings were of Joycean complexity, and yet, in his orations and non-fiction writings, he was able to cut to the essence of a philosophy or political development in a way that was immediately understandable and, indeed, useful for nationalists.

Pulp Fascism could be called Bowden’s ‘unfinished symphony’– his attempt (not quite realized) to reveal the radical, ambivalent, and, in some cases, shockingly traditionalist undercurrents in pop culture.

“That which envelops our lives is taken for granted . . . and thus rarely properly analyzed and understood. Bowden brings new life to those characters and comic-book worlds we too often dismiss as child’s play.”

—Richard Spencer

“What’s so important about comic books? As someone who has also written about comics, I answer thus: comic books are, like it or not, part of our modern popular culture, and we ignore that culture at our peril. For a very long time now, the Left has been practicing ‘deconstruction’ on our beliefs, our ideals, our traditions, our worldview, undermining the foundation upon which a people survive and thrive. It is high time that the New Right practices some deconstruction of its own. But Jonathan Bowden goes beyond negative criticism; indeed, a considerable portion of this volume is positive commentary on more healthy expressions to be found in comics, graphic novels, and fantasy literature – almost always in those works produced by racially European creators.”

—Ted Sallis

About the Author

Jonathan Bowden, April 12, 1962–March 29, 2012, was a British novelist, playwright, essayist, painter, actor, and orator, and a leading thinker and spokesman of the British New Right.

Born in Kent and largely self-educated, Bowden was involved with a series of Right-wing groups for which he was a popular speaker, including the Monday Club, the Western Goals Institute, the Revolutionary Conservative Caucus, the Freedom Party, the Bloomsbury Forum, the British National Party, and finally the New Right (London), of which he was the Chairman.

Bowden was a prolific author of fiction, philosophy, criticism, and commentary. His books include Mad (1989), Aryan (1990), Sade (Egotist, 1992), Brute (Egotist, 1992), Skin (Egotist, 1992), Axe (Egotist, n.d), Craze (Egotist, 1993), Right (European Books Society, 1993), Collected Works (Avant-garde, 1995), Standardbearers: British Roots of the New Right, edited with Adrian Davies and Eddy Butler (Beckenham, Kent: The Bloomsbury Forum, 1999), Apocalypse TV (London: The Spinning Top Club, 2007), The Fanatical Pursuit of Purity (London: The Spinning Top Club, 2008), Al-Qa’eda MOTH (London: The Spinning Top Club, 2008), Kratos (London: The Spinning Top Club, 2008), A Ballet of Wasps (London: The Spinning Top Club, 2008), Goodbye Homunculus! (London: The Spinning Top Club, 2009), Lilith Before Eve (London: The Spinning Top Club, 2009), Louisiana Half-Face (London: The Spinning Top Club, 2010), Colonel Sodom Goes to Gomorrah (London: The Spinning Top Club, 2011), Our Name is Legion (London: The Spinning Top Club, 2011), Locusts Devour a Carcass (London: The Spinning Top Club, 2012), and Spiders are Not Insects (London: The Spinning Top Club, 2012).

Bowden’s paintings, drawings, and cartoons can be seen in The Art of Jonathan Bowden (1974–2007) (London: The Spinning Top Club, 2007), The Art of Jonathan Bowden, Vol. 2 (1968–1974) (London: The Spinning Top Club, 2009), and The Art of Jonathan Bowden, Vol. 3 (1967–1974) (London: The Spinning Top Club, 2010).

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National Socialism & Anti-Semitism

NSDAP Election Poster: "Death to Lies: Marxism, High Finance"

NSDAP Election Poster: “Death to Lies: Marxism, High Finance”

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Editor’s Note:

Excerpt from chapter 13 of Savitri Devi, The Lightning and the Sun, 3rd edition, complete and unabridged, ed. R. G. Fowler (San Francisco: Counter-Currents, 2013). Read more …

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Detroit’s Downfall . . . & Japan’s

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The most depressing thing about Detroit’s bankruptcy isn’t the hours victims wait for police responses, sprawling neighborhoods reverting back to nature, historic buildings crumbling to ruin, or the once-vanquished problems of illiteracy and sex slavery climbing out of their graves. It’s certainly not the financial quandary the city’s in, or the uncertain fate of its pensioners and employees. The most hopeless thing about Detroit is the false hope which hangs on despite reason and sanity. Read more …

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Waking Up from the American Dream 
Not Our Victory

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George Zimmerman’s innocence is nothing to celebrate.

It was never about George Zimmerman. It was never about a half-Peruvian, half-Jewish failed police officer. This was always about white against black, race against race, Read more …

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The Psychology of a Turncoat

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The SPLC, a powerful Southern Jewish hate group and anti-First Amendment organization with extensive ties to the media, police, secret police, and judiciary, has announced triumphantly that Derek Black, 24, the activist son of Stormfront founder Don Black, has renounced his views and joined the bloated ranks of the anti-white multitude. (“Activist Son of Key Racist Leader Renounces White Nationalism,” July 17, 2013)  Read more …

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Arms & Being

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A propos of . . .

Dominique Venner
Frontier Pistols and Revolvers
Edison, N.J.: Chartwell Books, 1996

Dominique Venner
Le coeur rebelle
Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 1994

Of the 50 or so books written by the now world-famous Dominique Venner, Frontier Pistols and Revolvers is the sole one to have been translated into English. Read more …

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Akhnaton on Racial Diversity

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Faience tiles from the palace of Rameses III at Medinet Habu near Thebes: foreign captives (left to right: Libyan, Nubian, Syrian, Shasu Bedouin, and Hittite), 20th dynasty, 12th century BCE.

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[A]lthough nothing even hints at the existence of a code of ethics attached to the Religion of the Disk, in the amount of evidence yet unearthed, there are, in his Longer Hymn to the Sun, three remarkable lines which express, more eloquently perhaps than any others, the young king’s idea of man—three lines which have not attracted, as far as I know, the special attention of any archaeologists: Read more …

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Mircea Eliade, Carl Schmitt, & René Guénon

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Mircea Eliade’s The Portugal Journal, trans. Mac Linscott Ricketts (Albany, N.Y.: SUNY Press, 2010) covers the years 1941 to 1945 when Eliade was a Romanian diplomat in Portugal. It is thus a prequel to Eliade’s four-volume Journal (Vol. 1: 1945–1955, Vol. 2: 1957–1969, Vol. 3: 1970–1978, and Vol. 4: 1979–1985), which begins with his arrival in Paris in September of 1945 and continues for the rest of his life.

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Warlords with Wi-Fi:
Archaeo-Futurism & Our Dark Future

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For centuries, technological progress has poured from the First World fountainhead of innovation, eventually trickling down to the Third World. People in Shanghai, Tel Aviv, and San Jose get to play with the prototypes, then the rest of us get to be the early adopters, and it eventually finds its way to the Middle Eastern bazaar, Indian village, and African jungle.  Read more …

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Untainted Love

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“A man and a woman are one. A man and a woman and a blackbird are one.” Carl Jung was apparently besotted with this stanza from Wallace Stevens’ poem “Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird.” Read more …

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Warehouse Clearance Sale

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an126Since our mission is to make sure that ideas circulate, not pay to keep them in storage, we are clearing out our storage unit, and that means amazing bargains for our readers.

The Occidental Quarterly

1. We have 150 issues of The Occidental Quarterly, ranging from vol. 6, no. 2 to vol. 10, no. 1. We will sell them in three lots of 50, and we will make every effort to include as great a variety as possible in each box, although some duplication is inevitable.  Read more …

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Reading is Racist

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In trying to articulate the white message—I mean primarily the morality of survival, since that is presently so critical—and reach others with it, it is essential to be aware of the differences between orality, print, and electronic media. Read more …

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“All or Nothing”:
The Prisoner & Ibsen’s Brand

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Patrick McGoohan in The Prisoner

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A number of years ago I wrote an essay offering an interpretation of the cult TV series The Prisoner (anthologized in Summoning the Gods, published by Counter-Currents).

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Neutrality According to International Law & National Totality

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Translated by Simona Draghici

Editor’s Note:

The following translation of a 1938 essay from Carl Schmitt appears online for the first time in commemoration of Schmitt’s birth on July 11, 1888. Read more …

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Further Development of the Total State in Germany

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Translated by Simona Draghici

Editor’s Note:

The following translation of a 1933 essay from Carl Schmitt appears online for the first time in commemoration of Schmitt’s birth on July 11, 1888. The translation originally appeared in Carl Schmitt, Four Essays, 1931–1938, Read more …

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Tomorrow Relies on Us:
John Young’s A Springless Autumn

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John Young
A Springless Autumn
Raleigh, NC: Western Culture Institute, 2012

John Young, the author of A Springless Autumn, is on the board of directors of European Americans United, a group which defines itself as “an organization dedicated to the preservation and exaltation of classical European values.” He is also a writer for EAU—many of the articles on the EAU website are his, Read more …

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Remembering Carl Schmitt:
July 11, 1888–April 7, 1985

Carl Schmitt, 1888–1985

Carl Schmitt, 1888–1985

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Carl Schmitt was born on July 11, 1888 in Plettenberg, Westphalia, Germany–where he died on April 7, 1985, at the age of 96. The son of a Roman Catholic small businessman, Carl Schmitt studied law in Berlin, Munich, and Strasbourg, graduating and taking his state exams in Strasbourg in 1915. In 1916, he earned his habilitation in Strasbourg, qualifying him to be a law professor. He taught at business schools and universities in Munich, Greifswald, Bonn, Berlin, and Cologne.

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