Monthly Archives: July 2017

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Abomination of the Day
“Dead, random white dudes”

105 words / 4:06

The government of Scotland has paid to produce a music video in which a black — who obviously has no place in Scotland — rants about his alienation, punches at portraits of great Scotsmen (who, it goes without saying, are all white), and celebrates the replacement of Scots by non-whites. I have a better solution to the alienation of non-whites in our societies: repatriation. If we keep them here, they will destroy us. Please copy and spread this video widely. Its creators already sense they have gone too far. Soon they will try to bury it entirely, lest Scotsmen return their hate in kind. — Greg Johnson

 

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War for the Planet of the Apes

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War for the Planet of the Apes is the third film of the rebooted series and one of the best. With its austere visual palette and dark tonal mood it could so easily have been a flawless masterpiece. Unfortunately, a couple of trivial missteps get in the way of its overall quality and undermine the film’s otherwise brutal solemnity.

War begins 15 years after the simian flu outbreak that wiped out much of the human species. Read more …

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American Renaissance 2017 a Triumph

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Last weekend’s 2017 American Renaissance conference was a triumph. There was a capacity crowd of 300 people, and many more had to be turned away. More than half the people present were attending their first AmRen conference. The average age of the crowd was significantly younger than at the last AmRen conference I attended in 2008.

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What is Odinism?, Part II:
The Allfather

1,919 words

Editor’s Note:

This is part two of a four-part essay that first appeared in Tyr: Myth, Culture, Tradition, vol. 4.

The idea that the Odinist must strive not just to become Odin but to surpass him – to seek to realize an ideal of perfect knowledge and supremacy – is obviously a very provocative one. Read more …

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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 185
Interview with Ferenc Almássy

231 words / 67:35

Michael Polignano, John Morgan, Ferenc Almássy

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For the fourth installment of Counter-Currents Radio Weekly, John Morgan and Michael Polignano decided to interview independent journalist Ferenc Almássy, Read more …

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Tripping on the Red Pill

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Let me tell you a bit about my experiences with the red pill. Drug stories can be fun, in large part because of they provide a transgressive taste of the taboo. This certainly is the case with the effects of this little red pill in the present culture. I will sketch some of my experiences; for many readers this may bring back memories. We can chuckle together about my story, being both in the know, and sharing in the taboo. Read more …

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What is Odinism?, Part I:
Odin the Philosopher

1,965 words

Editor’s Note:

This is part one of a four-part essay that first appeared in Tyr: Myth, Culture, Tradition, vol. 4.

This essay is dedicated to Edred Thorsson.

Edred Thorsson has stated that Odinism[1] is not the path of one who worships Odin, but who strives to become him: Read more …

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Russian Ark

Bolshoi Zlatoust Church in Yekaterinburg

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I walked amid thousands of pilgrims carrying icons and clutching crosses close to their breasts in the shadow of the bell tower of the Bolshoi Zlatoust church. The magnificent Russo-Byzantine edifice, now bathed in silver starlight, having been so faithfully reconstructed in 2010 after the communists had blasted Saint Maximian’s holy place with dynamite some eighty years before to make way for a statue to their new gods, Lenin and Stalin.

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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 184
#3: Devil’s Bargain

519 words / 46:38

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Greg Johnson, John Morgan, and Michael Polignano reconvene for a new weekly Counter-Currents Radio podcast. The title of this week’s episode is “Devil’s Bargan”.

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Will Europe belong to Europeans?

Viktor Orbán

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Viktor Orbán’s speech at the 28th Bálványos Summer Open University and Student Camp, July 22, 2017, Tusnádfürdő (Băile Tuşnad, Romania)

First of all, I’d like to remind everyone that we started a process of collective thinking 27 years ago in Bálványosfürdő, a few kilometres from here. That is where we came to a realisation. Just think back: at that time, at the beginning of the nineties, most people – not only in Hungary, but also across the whole of Central Europe – thought that full assimilation into the Western world was just opening up to us again. Read more …

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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 183
Interview with C. B. Robertson

142 words / 59:52

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Greg Johnson talks to Chris Robertson about his book In Defense of Hatred. Topics include:

  • Chris’ intellectual journey
  • Matthew Crawford, author of Shop Class as Soulcraft and The World Beyond Your Head 

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An Infamous Past

2,524 words

Marta Petreu
An Infamous Past: E. M. Cioran and the Rise of Fascism in Romania
Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 2005

‘The Romanians, what have they ever done for us, eh?’ So might Emil Cioran, himself a Romanian, have wondered when he wrote his third book The Transfiguration of Romania, published in 1936. Bewailing Romania’s insignificant past and culture, he proposed a program that would transform the country in parallel with the contemporary national revivals in Germany and Italy then underway. Read more …

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Back to the Future

90 words

Let us go to the station
to marvel at the marble
sprayed with graffiti.

Let us take a ghost train,
jump cargos to Chicago,
with shiny fin-tailed cars.

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Why Hitler Let the British Escape at Dunkirk

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Editor’s Note:

B. H. Liddell Hart was a highly-acclaimed English soldier, military historian, and military theorist, and a prolific author. The following text is excerpted from his book The Other Side of the Hill: Germany’s Generals, their Rise and Fall, with their own Account of Military Events 1939–1945 (London: Cassell, 1948), chapter 10, “How Hitler Beat France—and Saved England,” pp. 13943. The title is editorial.—Greg Johnson  Read more …

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Faustian Civilization & the New Patriarchy

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The reality about women and gender relations is usually the last red pill for a man to take. It is also the hardest and the most emotionally devastating one. While understanding inherent biological racial differences, the truth about Hitler and WWII, and the Jewish Question Read more …

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State, Movement, People, Part 4

7,776 words

Part 4 of 4

Translated with notes by Simona Draghici

IV. Leadership and Ethnic Identity as Basic Concepts of National Socialist Law

1. National Socialism does not think abstractly and stereotypically. It is an enemy of every normativist and functionalist concoction. Read more …

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Valerian & the City of a Thousand Planets

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Valerian? Isn’t that a root one chews to fall asleep?

I saw Luc Besson’s The Fifth Element near the end of its run in the theaters, and it was love at first frame. I loved its Manichean/ancient astronauts plot, unique and dazzling visual style (imagine the Coen brothers remaking Barbarella), the madcap action, blond Bruce Willis, Gary Oldman’s Zorg (an evil Ross Perot with slightly displaced Hitler hair and Fu Manchu’s wardrobe), Read more …

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Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk

628 words

Czech version here

Dunkirk is Christopher Nolan’s most emotionally powerful movie. It deals with the evacuation of 400,000 British, Canadian, and French troops trapped on the beach at Dunkirk after being defeated by the Germans in the Second World War.

Dunkirk is a strange work, especially for Christopher Nolan, who typically directs long films with complex plots, extensive character development, and lots of dialogue. Dunkirk, however, is only 106 minutes long. Read more …

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The Meaning of Dunkirk

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Editor’s Note:

The following text is excerpted from chapter 14 of Savitri Devi’s The Lightning and the Sun. The title is editorial.–Greg Johnson

Not only had Adolf Hitler done all he possibly could to avoid war, but he did everything he possibly could to stop it. Again and again—first, in October 1939, immediately after the victorious end of the Polish campaign; Read more …

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Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 182
New Books on the Alt Right

Carlo Crivelli, Saint Thomas Aquinas, 1476

519 words / 46:38

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Greg Johnson, John Morgan, and Michael Polignano reconvene for a new weekly Counter-Currents Radio podcast.

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The Bad War—in Black & White

2,244 words

The Victors
Directed by Carl Foreman
Starring George Hamilton, George Peppard, Eli Wallach, et al.
1963

In American culture today, there is a sticky-sweet worship of veterans that is about as enjoyable to experience as stepping barefoot on the dried-up syrup from a spilled soda pop on the concrete surface of a rundown public pool. The worst of this veteran worship involves the veneration of veterans of World War II. Read more …

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State, Movement, People, Part 3

5,569 words

Part 3 of 4

Translated with notes by Simona Draghici

III. The Binary State Construction of Liberal Democracy and the German State of the Civil Service

1. The new triadic state structure of the twentieth century has long superseded the binary statal constitutional schema of the liberal democracy of the nineteenth century. Read more …

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Ex Nihilo Nihil Fit

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Ninety per cent of men (and women) are both lazy and cowardly, and out of sheer moral and intellectual apathy they behave just as circumstances suggest.

—Savitri Devi

There is nothing quite so regrettable
As a life lived unchallenged by itself–
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State, Movement, People, Part 2

5,850 words

Carl Schmitt, 1888–1985

Part 2 of 4

Translated with notes by Simona Draghici

II. The Triadic Structure of the Political Unity

1. The political unity of the present-day state is a three-part summation of state, movement, and people. It is radically different from the liberal-democratic state schema that has come to us from the nineteenth century, and not only with respect to its ideological presuppositions and its general principles, but also in the essential structural and organizational lines of the concrete edifice of the state. Read more …

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Jack Donovan Was Right

2,002 words

“White Nationalism” is doomed.

And that’s okay.

As Vox Day and many others have pointed out over the years, the concept of “white nationalism” is a distinctly American notion. Read more …

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Thoughts on Post-Nationalism

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In this short article I present my thoughts about our post-modern, post-liberal, and – I would say – post-nationalist age.

Perhaps the first step is to describe what I mean by “post-nationalism.”

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State, Movement, People, Part 1

5,666 words

Part 1 of 4

Translated with notes by Simona Draghici

Editor’s Note:

Carl Schmitt published State, Movement, People (Staat, Bewegung, Volk) near the end of 1933. Like many of his most important works, it is short and pithy (less than 25,000 words). Read more …

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Wardrobe Restoration

99 words

The art nouveau oak moulding, chipped and cracked,
barely hanging from a rusty nail,
begs restoration. Klimt’s young maids untacked,
1910 doors, the flailing clothing rail,

fin de siècle mirror, long have lacked
a master’s living hand. In the hot stale
air of the cluttered loft its owner packed
and fled, dust lies decades deep in a pail. Read more …

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True Faith Exhibition

1,553 words

One of the exhibits in Manchester Art Gallery’s True Faith exhibition is a notebook in which Joy Division’s manager, Rob Gretton, used to write thoughts and reminders concerning the band’s schedule and ethos. Presented in a glass case, it is open at a page where Gretton muses on certain questions asked of him by the journalist Paul Morley. Read more …

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An American Nationalist’s Observations on Sweden

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When I arrived to Sweden in February I had not seen much snow in over a year. I walked down an ice- and snow-covered road, learning to read the street names. Read more …

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