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Jodorowsky’s Dune

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Jodorowsky’s Dune, Frank Pavich’s 2013 documentary, tells the story of the “greatest movie never made,” Read more …

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Lo que los Neocons entendieron bien:
Una reseña de Arguing the World

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El documental de Joseph Dorman, Arguing the World (1998), y el respectivo libro (Arguing the World: The New York Intellectuals in their Own Words, 2000) cuentan la historia de cuatro intelectuales judíos de Nueva York. — Daniel Bell (1919–2011), Nathan Glazer (1923), Irving Kristol (1920–2009), y Irving Howe (1920–1993) — quienes tuvieron un impacto tremendo y duradero en ámbitos académicos, decisiones políticas y la cultura en general.  Read more …

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What the Neocons Got Right:
A Review of Arguing the World

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Joseph Dorman’s documentary Arguing the World (1998) and its companion book  (Arguing the World: The New York Intellectuals in their Own Words, 2000) tells the story of four New York Jewish intellectuals — Daniel Bell (1919–2011), Nathan Glazer (b. 1923), Irving Kristol (1920–2009), and Irving Howe (1920–1993) — who went on to have a tremendous and enduring impact not just on academia, but on political policy and the culture at large.  Read more …

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Mircea Eliade & the Rediscovery of the Sacred

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Mircea Eliade et la Redécouverte du Sacré (YouTube, Romanian subtitles)

Mircea Eliade was a traditionalist Romanian novelist and philosopher. Following the disaster of the Second World War, he moved to Paris and Chicago, becoming a respected and influential historian of religions. He acquired something of the status of a guru, as poignantly told in the 1987 documentary Mircea Eliade et la Redécouverte du Sacré. Read more …

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The Invisible War

Never Has Such a Profound Cultural Work Produced so Little Critical Thought

Never Has Such a Profound Cultural Work Produced so Little Critical Thought

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Part of my “red-pilling,” as the youngsters say nowadays, was when I was a 24-year-old commanding officer of a rather small combat arms unit, and the Brigade Equal Opportunity NCO walked into my office and informed me that one of the men in my unit had been sexually assaulting women after bursting into the “female latrine.” Naturally, the accused was a black man. The ensuing investigation uncovered a series of rapes by blacks against (mostly) white women who were working alongside the various alleged perpetrators.

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Interview with Hellstorm Director Kyle Hunt

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Kyle Hunt is an American broadcaster and founder of Renegade Broadcasting, a documentary filmmaker, and a White advocacy activist. His newly-released documentary, Hellstorm (based on historian Thomas Goodrich’s book, Hellstorm: The Death of Nazi Germany, 1944-1947) presents in graphic detail the many heretofore rarely mentioned horrors inflicted upon the German people during and after the Second World War.  Read more …

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À la recherche des démons:
Les films de la Résistance Afrikaner

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The Leader, His Driver, and the Driver’s Wife et His Big White Self [1]

The Leader, His Driver, and the Driver’s Wife a été filmé en 1994 avant la prise de contrôle de l’Afrique du Sud. Sa suiteHis Big White Self, a été filmée quinze ans plus tard. Read more …

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2016: Obama’s America

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As a polemical documentary, Dinesh D’Souza’s 2016: Obama’s America has guile, snarkiness, and a kind of sneaky, nimble ambition. Read more …

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Video of the Day 
Friedrich Nietzsche, Human, All Too Human

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Kony 2012 & Jason Russell

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Kony 2012 director Jason Russell’s fifteen minutes are almost up, so I thought I would get my thoughts on record before he is hopelessly passé. Read more …

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Podcast No. 7 
Greg Johnson on Carl Schmitt
Leo Yankevich Reads his Poems
Craig Bodeker on Filmmaking

Carl Schmitt, 1888–1985

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What We Can Learn from Leftists

Donald Rumsfeld and buddy Saddam Hussein

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October 24, 2003

Editor’s Note:

This essay is from Michael Polignano’s book Taking Our Own Side, available in hardcover, paperback, and PDF download here. Read more …

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Die singende Revolution

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The Singing Revolution ist ein Dokumentarfilm über den Kampf der winzigen Ostseenation Estland um Souveränität, einer Nation, die das halbe zwanzigste Jahrhundert im Griff des Sowjetimperiums verbrachte. Read more …

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Yoav Shamir’s Defamation

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Yoav Shamir’s Defamation (2009) is a must-see movie. Shamir is an Israeli Jewish documentary film-maker. His other works include Checkpoint (2003), 5 Days (2005), and Flipping Out (2008).

Born in Tel Aviv in 1970, Shamir professes never to have experienced anti-Semitism, although he has heard about it all his life. He has decided, therefore, to go abroad in search of anti-Semitism, traveling to the United States, Russia, Ukraine, and Poland. Read more …

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The Singing Revolution

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The Singing Revolution is a documentary about the struggle for sovereignty of the tiny Baltic nation of Estonia, a nation which spent about half the twentieth century in the grip of the Soviet empire. It’s a thoughtful and informative movie which either doesn’t realize or doesn’t care that it’s a rousing story of a White nation’s triumph of local identity over global ideology. Read more …

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In Search of Devils:
Nick Broomfield’s Afrikaner Resistance Films

Eugene Terre’Blanche

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The Leader, His Driver, and the Driver’s Wife and His Big White Self

The Leader, His Driver, and the Driver’s Wife was filmed prior to the 1994 takeover of South Africa. Its sequel, His Big White Self, was shot fifteen years later. Both documentaries were originally broadcast over British public television station Channel 4. 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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Tea Party: The Documentary Film

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Tea Party is a very informative, beautifully crafted, and often inspirational and funny documentary about a growing right-wing political movement that now enjoys more public approval than Barack Obama and the Democratic Party.

Tea Party tells the overall story of the Tea Party movement, but it is not just a bloodless recitation of facts. It also seeks to build personal relationships between its audience and the Tea Party movement by focusing on particular activists, most of whom seem to be from the Atlanta area, where the director and producers are also located.

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The First Word:
Craig Bodeker’s A Conversation about Race

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A Conversation about Race
A Film by Craig Bodeker
Denver: New Century Productions, 2008

When a white person awakens to our race’s peril, the first impulse–and the first duty–is to try to awaken others. But where to begin? Read more …

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A Conversation with Craig Bodeker

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GJ: In A Conversation About Race, you explain how you came to be a believer in “white guilt.” How did you come to be a disbeliever? How did you become racially-conscious?

Craig Bodeker: By traveling. From my early experiences in the American South and in Hawaii. I was able to see firsthand the differences between racially homogeneous areas — like Minnesota in the 1970s, and these more racially diverse areas. Read more …

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More of . . . A Conversation About Race

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More of . . . A Conversation About Race
A Film by Craig Bodeker
Denver: New Century Productions, 2010

I can’t praise Craig Bodeker’s path-breaking 58 minute documentary A Conversation About Race too highly. As I explained in my TOQ review, it is an excellent tool for getting white people to begin thinking about the most important issue of our time: the preservation of the white race.

In my review of A Conversation About Race, I suggested that Craig Bodeker make more of the raw interviews available. Bodeker’s new DVD More of . . . A Conversation About Race is pretty much what I had in mind.

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