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We’re Looking for a Cover Image for Greg Johnson’s Toward a New Nationalism

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Counter-Currents is looking for a cover image for Greg Johnson’s ninth book, a collection of essays called Toward a New Nationalism. This book will be something of a companion volume to The White Nationalist Manifesto, as many chapters were written for the Manifesto but then removed to make it slimmer and more focused.

Images should be copyright free, meaning original works or in the public domain. They should be at least 300 dpi. The winner will receive $100 and free copies of the hardcover and paperback editions. We strongly favor classic European paintings, but because of the relationship of Toward a New Nationalism to The White Nationalist Manifesto, an image with the same feel as the Manifesto‘s cover might be in order, as long as the two covers could never be mistaken for one another. Please send your submissions to [email protected].

Here is the Table of Contents:

CONTENTS

Preface

Beyond the Alt Right
1. What is the Alternative Right?
2. Beyond the Alt Right: Toward a New Nationalism
3. Against Right-Wing Sectarianism
4. Redefining the Mainstream
5. Punching Right 2
6. God Emperor No More
7. The Altamont of the Alt Right
8. Unite the Right Did Nothing Wrong
9. Interview on Unite the Right 2
10. Unite the Right 2 Couldn’t Have Been Better
11. In Bed with the Press

White Nationalism
12. Why “White” Nationalism?
13. Why Race is Not a Social Construct
14. Who Are We? Nordics, Aryans, & Whites
15. Why Conservatives Conserve Nothing
16. The Refutation of Libertarianism
17. The Specter of White Nationalism
18. Is White Nationalism Un-American?
19. What is American Nationalism?
20. Is White Nationalism Hateful?
21. Technological Utopianism & Ethnic Nationalism
22. Reframing the Jewish Question
23. Why the Holocaust Happened & Why it Won’t Happen Again
24. My Conversation with Andrew Anglin
25. My Debate with Vox Day
26. In Praise of Extremists
27. Why Boomers Need Not Fear White Nationalism
28. The European Fighting Spirit
29. An Academic Study of the North American New Right
30. The Anti-Christian Alt-Right: A Reply to Matthew Rose
31. Superheroes, Sovereignty, & the Deep State
32. Eric Bogosian’s Operation Nemesis
33. Nothing is Beyond Our Grasp

Personalities & Polemics
34. A Reply to Jack Donovan
35. The Unsinkable Milo Yiannopoulos
36. Why I Support Mike Enoch
37. Reply to Daniel Friberg
38. The Altright Corporation & the American Deep State
39. Under Cover with the Alt Right
40. Journalists & Other Antifa
41. Dov Bechhofer Did Nothing Wrong
42. Don’t Let the Bastards Get You Down

Index

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11 Comments

  1. Posted November 5, 2018 at 7:32 pm | Permalink

    One of the most impressive works of art I’ve ever seen is in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy. That’s where the statue of David resides, which is nice, but Michelangelo also did a series of sculptures called “Prisoner” which I thought were brilliant. There were maybe 6 or 8 of them, and they were all of men struggling to get out of the stone. I wondered if they might have been accidents, like he misjudged the dimensions, and realized, at some point, that he didn’t have enough stone left to do what he wanted to do, so he gave up. Or maybe he did it on purpose. But if that’s the case, these sculptures could be considered early and enormously successful works of “modern art.” They make you think of man’s eternal struggle to *overcome.* One of them is a male torso, with a big chunk of stone on his head. That’s the one I like best because it’s like he’s trying so hard to *understand,* to lift that stone off his head. Here’s the link: http://www.accademia.org/explore-museum/artworks/michelangelos-prisoners-slaves/

  2. Wanred
    Posted November 4, 2018 at 1:51 am | Permalink

    https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:After_Ragnar%C3%B6k_by_Doepler.jpg

    To me this painting radiates a sort of calm and a ‘everything will turn out right’. I can imagine it might be a poor choice to associate it with a ‘new’ nationalism but ’tis a pretty picture.

  3. Sandy
    Posted November 3, 2018 at 7:15 pm | Permalink

    Perhaps a scene from The Battle of Isandlwana’ by Charles Fripp would set the tone?

  4. Razvan
    Posted November 3, 2018 at 7:51 am | Permalink

    How about the endless column of Constantin Brancusi? The sky pillar or axis mundi… full of ancient meaning yet always growing.

  5. Rick
    Posted November 2, 2018 at 4:47 pm | Permalink

    Could you give a rough estimate on when this will be due?

    • Greg Johnson
      Posted November 4, 2018 at 1:16 am | Permalink

      Nov 15

  6. Genie Energy Intern
    Posted November 2, 2018 at 1:43 pm | Permalink

    I’d seek a European art rec from @WesternIdentity on Twitter, he’s quite knowledgable and advanced, if not for this release, in the future. A smart millennial alliance in general.

  7. Peter Quint
    Posted November 2, 2018 at 8:43 am | Permalink

    How about a bunch of white marbles surrounding a few black marbles?

  8. BroncoColorado
    Posted November 2, 2018 at 5:25 am | Permalink

    How about something from the works of Pieter Brueghel the Elder. ‘The Hay Harvest’ and ‘Hunters in the Snow’ spring to mind as having a community and nationalist feeling.

    • Benjamin
      Posted November 4, 2018 at 3:07 pm | Permalink

      I’m a big fan of Pieter Bruegel and his influence on Hieronymus Bosch.

      My home calendar for this last year is actually a collection of the latter’s works.

      However, both artists are a bit… well, the works they’re most well known for are pretty grotesque and quite frankly disturbing (E.G., “The Triumph Of Death”) even by today’s standards– back in the 16th century they’d have been seen as Renaissance equivalent of satanic splatter horror films.

      Not saying “don’t use it”, just something to keep in mind when choosing cover art.

      • BroncoColorado
        Posted November 6, 2018 at 8:49 am | Permalink

        Point taken, but the Hay Harvest is upbeat, and while Hunters in the Snow is wintry, it does show the endurance of men surviving and preparing for better times.

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