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Black Friday Special 
It’s Time to STOP Shopping for Christmas

1,031 words / 5:45

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Translations: Danish, French

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Black Friday Special 
It’s Time to STOP Shopping for Christmas

junkwreath21,031 words / 5:45

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Translations: Danish, French

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Edition spéciale “Black Friday”*  
Il est temps d’arrêter de courir les magasins pour nos achats de Noël

1,517 words

English original here

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Bien que n’étant pas croyant, j’avoue que la période de Noël est ma préférée. Read more …

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Plastic Christmas

1,275 words / 7:45

December 24, 2012

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Black Friday Special 
It’s Time to STOP Shopping for Christmas

junkwreath21,029 words / 5:45

Audio version: To listen in a player, click here. To download the mp3, right-click here and choose “save target or link as.”

Translations: Danish, French

Even though I am an unbeliever, the Christmas season is my favorite time of the year. Read more …

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Mishima: Una vida en cuatro capítulos

3,918 words

English original here

Suceden cosas similares en los Estados Unidos: un marginado, ratón de biblioteca, de derechas, comienza a practicar levantamiento de pesas y artes marciales, forma una milicia privada, y sueña con derrocar al gobierno; luego, acaba muriendo en un enfrentamiento espectacular, suicida y en apariencia sin sentido contra el Estado. Read more …

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Holiday Special 
It’s Time to STOP Shopping for Christmas

1,025 words

junkwreathDanish translation here

Author’s Note:

Since some US retailers are now actually starting “Black Friday” sales on Thanksgiving Thursday, I am running this today.

Even though I am an unbeliever, the Christmas season is my favorite time of the year. Read more …

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Holiday Special 
It’s Time to STOP Shopping for Christmas

1,084 words

junkwreathDanish translation here

Author’s Note:

Since some US retailers are now actually starting “Black Friday” sales on Thanksgiving Thursday, I am running this today.

Even though I am an unbeliever, the Christmas season is my favorite time of the year. Read more …

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Christmas Special  
Nothing Much At All

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“From a commercial point of view, if Christmas did not exist it would be necessary to invent it.” –Katharine Whitehorn

As with all things that matter in this Dark Age, the essence of our ancient holidays—our ancient holy days—has been superseded by the contemporary image of the holidays. Read more …

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Det Er Tid Til IKKE At Købe Ind Til Jul

wreath933 words

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Selvom jeg ikke er troende, er julen min yndlingsårstid. Julen får, ligesom hunde, det bedste frem i folk. Den giver en lyst til at forskønne sine omgivelser, og den får en til at gøre gode gerninger.

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Holiday Special 
It’s Time to STOP Shopping for Christmas

1,058 words

Danish translation here

Even though I am an unbeliever, the Christmas season is my favorite time of the year. Christmas, like dogs, brings out the best in people. It awakens a desire to beautify one’s world and adorn one’s soul with good deeds.

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Yukio Mishima

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English original here

Yukio Mishima, 1925-1970, nasceu Kimitake Hiraoka em uma família de classe média-alta. Autor de uma centena de livros, dramaturgo, e ator, ele foi descrito como o “Leonardo da Vinci do Japão contemporâneo”, e é um dos poucos escritores japoneses a se tornar conhecido e a ser traduzido no Ocidente.  Read more …

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Plastic Christmas

1,253 words

My whole adult life, I have had my own Christmas tree on only two occasions. The reason is simple: I always spent Christmas back home or with the family of a friend. But even so, I love Christmas trees. Read more …

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Holiday Special 
It’s Time to STOP Shopping for Christmas

1,053 words

Even though I am an unbeliever, the Christmas season is my favorite time of the year. Christmas, like dogs, brings out the best in people. It awakens a desire to beautify one’s world and adorn one’s soul with good deeds.

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Es ist Zeit, mit den Weihnachtseinkäufen AUFZUHÖREN

1,077 words

Übersetzt von Deep Roots

English original here

Anmerkung des Herausgebers [Greg Johnson]::

Dieser Essay wurde voriges Jahr geschrieben, aber nachdem seine Punkte immer noch gültig sind, schenke ich ihn euch weiter. Read more …

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Holiday Special 
It’s Time to STOP Shopping for Christmas

1,077 words

German translation here

Editor’s Note:

This essay was written last year, but since its points are still valid, I am regifting it to you.

Even though I am an unbeliever, the Christmas season is my favorite time of the year. Christmas, like dogs, brings out the best in people. Read more …

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Шість постулатів фашистівського соціалізму

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English original here

Від редакції: дана стаття жодним чином не становить для нас якоїсь програмової цінності, проте містить об’єктивний виклад фактичного стану справ з економічними перетвореннями в країнах, де в міжвоєнні роки провадився фашистівський суспільний експеримент. Read more …

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The Warrior & the City

717 words

Translated by Greg Johnson

Translations: Portuguese, Spanish

In 1814, at the end of the Napoleonic wars, Benjamin Constant wrote with relief: “We have arrived at the age of commerce, the age that must necessarily replace that of war, as the age of war necessarily had to precede it.” Naïve Benjamin! He took up the very widespread idea of indefinite progress supporting the advent of peace between men and nations.

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Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters

3,751 words

Spanish translation here

Similar things happen in the United States too: an alienated, bookish radical right-winger takes up weight-lifting and martial arts, creates a private militia, dreams of overthrowing the government, then dies in a spectacular, suicidal, and apparently pointless confrontation with the state. In the United States, however, such people are easily dismissed as “kooks” and “losers.” Read more …

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D. H. Lawrence on America, Part 2

Salvador Dalí, "Allegory of an American Christmas," 1934

2,403 words

Part 2 of 2

When a people loses a sense of blood-relatedness, what basis is there for community? American community is not based on blood ties, shared history, shared religion, or shared culture: it is based on ideology. He who professes the American creed is an American—he who does not is an outcast.

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Yukio Mishima

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Portuguese translation here

Yukio Mishima, 1925–1970, was born Kimitake Hiraoka into an upper middle class family. Author of a hundred books, playwright, and actor, he has been described as the “Leonardo da Vinci of contemporary Japan,”[1] and is one of the few Japanese writers to have become widely known and translated in the West. Read more …

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The Hermit Kingdom

474 words

Out of step with globalism

North Korea is perhaps more than any other nation on Earth, completely out of step with our global cosmopolitan overlords. On some level, the fascination in racialist circles is understandable, as the regime is defiantly rejecting foreign influence, celebrating their shared identity, and (most importantly for us) embracing their racial heritage. It’s certainly presented in a distorted light by our government and media.

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The Family Way

3,482 words

Allan C. Carlson
Third Ways:
How Bulgarian Greens, Swedish Housewives, and Beer-Swilling Englishmen Created Family-Centered Economies – And Why They Disappeared

Wilmington, Delaware: ISI Books, 2007

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Holiday Special 
It’s Time to STOP Shopping for Christmas

1,053 words

Even though I am an unbeliever, the Christmas season is my favorite time of the year. Christmas, like dogs, brings out the best in people. It awakens a desire to beautify one’s world and adorn one’s soul with good deeds.

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Greek & Barbarian

2,498 words

The Landmark Herodotus: The Histories Edited by Robert B. Strassler
New York: Pantheon, 2007

Independent scholar Robert Strassler has produced far and away the best English edition aimed at the general reader of the work which remains the fountainhead of the Western historical tradition. Let us hope there is still a fit audience out there for it—men, that is, capable of learning what Herodotus has to teach.

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Freemasonry & the Occult War

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Rembrandt, “The Philosopher in Meditation,” 1632

Julius Evola proposed that we in the West are in the midst of an intergenerational “occult war” that is the underlying cause of historical developments. Evola frequently explored exceedingly esoteric subjects. His proposition that the world is ruled by these shadowy forces is at once conspiratorial, mystical, and lacking in empirical verifiability. It doesn’t seem like something skeptics should take seriously.

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Yukio Mishima

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Yukio Mishima, 1925–1970

3,420 words

Yukio Mishima was born into an upper middle class family in 1925. Author of a hundred books, playwright, and actor, he has been described as the “Leonardo da Vinci of contemporary Japan,” and is one of the few Japanese writers to have become widely known and translated in the West. Read more …

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Nietzsche & Spengler:
Preface to Thinkers of the Right

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Friedrich Nietzsche and Oswald Spengler loom large over the horizon of twentieth-century European thought. Nietzsche was influential in the thinking of Spengler, while either one or both had a major impact on the thinking of most of the writers we deal with herein.

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Another European Destiny:
Dominique Venner’s Ernst Jünger: Un autre destin européen

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Dominique Venner
Ernst Jünger: Un autre destin européen
Paris: Éds. du Rocher, 2009

In Dominique Venner’s historical essay, Ernst Jünger: Un autre destin européen, the subject is presented as une figure ultime, a European archetype provisionally absent from Europe today, but nevertheless one rooted in the depths of the European spirit — and destined, thus, to re-appear should Europeans ever re-awake to re-assert themselves in the world.

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Bardèche’s Six Postulates of Fascist Socialism

902 words

Translated by Michael O’Meara

Ukrainian translation here

Translator’s Note:

When liberalism becomes “a foul tyranny masking an evil and anonymous dictature of money” (the basis of Jewish supremacy), everything is inverted and perverted, so that even our word “socialism” is tarnished, associated as it now is with Washington’s Judeo-Negro regime. Read more …

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