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Uma Mulher Contra o Tempo:
Relembrando o Centenário de Savitri Devi

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Savitri Devi foi uma filósofa, uma pensadora religiosa e uma ativista incansável em nome do Nacional Socialismo, do paganismo indo-europeu, vegetarianismo, proteção dos animais e ecologia. Ela também era inclinada para escritos de ficção e espionagem. Read more …

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Living with Predators

Grant Wood, "Adolescence," 1940

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We had our first chicken massacre last week. An unknown predator (likely a raccoon) got into the coop through a gap where two sections of roof meet and killed nine of our flock. The person opening the coop on the morning after the event was greeted with the sight of nine headless and upper torso-less pullets, most of which had been raised from the age of one day old. The loss is great; we had anticipated that these chicks would form the foundation of next season’s group of egg layers. Instead, they have been dispatched back to the dust . . . Read more …

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Remembering Henry Williamson:
December 1, 1895 to August 13, 1977

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In commemoration of the birthday of English novelist Henry Williamson, I wish to draw your attention to two articles on this site:

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Henry Williamson

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Henry Williamson's hut at Ox's Cross in Devon

Editor’s Note:

This much-expanded version of a previously-published essay on Henry Williamson is chapter 9 of Kerry Bolton’s Artists of the Right: Resisting Decadence, Read more …

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Can Life Prevail?

Pentti Linkola
Can Life Prevail? A Radical Approach to the Environmental Crisis
Trans. Eetu Rautio and Olli S.
London: Arktos, 2009

This is the first-ever collection of essays by Pentti Linkola, a controversial figure in his native Finland, to appear in English. Linkola’s interest is in the environmental crisis, but unlike most authors on the subject, he does not propose simple solutions such as recycling or electric cars. Read more …

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Kill Feral Cats

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I’ve just learned from reading the local online newspaper that my California county has the very dubious distinction of having the most feral cats per capita of any county in the state. We have an estimated 11,000 of the creatures (as well as approximately 11,900 cats who are considered to be pets). Read more …

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Remembering Savitri Devi:
September 30, 1905 to October 22, 1982

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Savitri Devi was a philosopher, a religious thinker, and a tireless polemicist and activist for the causes of animal rights, European pagan revivalism, Hindu Nationalism, German National Socialism, and — after the Second World War — pan-European racial nationalism. She also sought to found a religion, Esoteric Hitlerism, fusing National Socialism with the Traditionalism of René Guénon and Julius Evola. All told, she was one of the most extraordinary personalities of the 20th century. Read more …

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Incurable Decadence

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Translated by R. G. Fowler

“No longer gigantic, like unto the Spirits, proud and free,
But servile, crawling, crafty, cowardly, envious,
Frozen flesh where nothing stirs or trembles any more,
Man will swarm anew under the skies.”
—Leconte  de Lisle (“Cain,” Barbaric Poems)

“An impure air embraces the globe stripped
Of the woods that sheltered it in their sublime mantle;
The mountains, under vile feet, have lowered their summits;
The mysterious heart of the ocean is defiled.”
—Leconte de Lisle (“The Anathema,” Barbaric Poems) Read more …

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Woman Against Time:
Remembering Savitri Devi’s 100th Birthday

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Translations: German, French, Norwegian, Czech

Editor’s Note:

In commemoration of Savitri Devi’s upcoming birthday on September 30th, we are reprinting this article commemorating her 100th birthday.

Savitri Devi was a philosopher, a religious thinker, and a tireless activist on behalf of National Socialism, Indo-European paganism, vegetarianism, animal welfare, and deep ecology. Read more …

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Die Frau gegen die Zeit:
Savitri Devi zur Erinnerung an ihrem 100. Geburtstag

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Übersetzt von Bastian Thoemmes

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Savitri Devi war eine Philosophin, eine religiöse Denkerin und eine unermüdliche Aktivistin des Nationalsozialismus, des indogermanischen Heidentums, des Vegetarismus, der Tierrechts- und ökologischen Bewegung. Auch dilettierte sie etwa als belletristische Schriftstellerin und als Agentin. Read more …

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La femme contre le temps:
pour le 100ème anniversaire de la naissance de Savitri Devi

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Traduit par Arjuna

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Savitri Devi fut une philosophe, une penseuse religieuse, et une activiste infatigable du national-socialisme, du paganisme indo-européen, du végétarisme, du bien-être animal et de l’écologie profonde. Elle tâta aussi de la fiction et de l’espionnage.  Read more …

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Kvinna mot Tidi:
Minneskrift i Anledning Savitri Devi sin 100. Gebursdag

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Trans. anonymous

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Savitri Devi var filosof, religiøs tenkjar, og ein utrøytteleg aktivist på vegne av nasjonalsosialismen, indoeuropeisk heidenskap, vegetarianisme, dyrevern og djup økologi. Ho dreiv óg so smått med spionasje og skriving av fiksjon. Read more …

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Žena proti času:
Vzpomínka na 100. narozeniny Sávitrí Déví

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Trans. anonymous

English original here

Sávitrí Déví byla filosofka, náboženská myslitelka a neúnavná aktivistka národního socialismu, indoevropského pohanství, vegetariánství, práv zvířat a ekologie. Rovněž trochu koketovala se psaním fikce a se špionáží. Read more …

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Animal Justice?

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During a recent trip to the Pacific Northwest, I followed coverage of an incident in which a grizzly bear killed a bear hunter on the Idaho-Montana border on September 18. Read more …

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Open Season on Poachers

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Animal Poachers Should Be Executed

In 2009 the largest deer killed in North America was killed by a poacher in Ohio. After the killer was caught, he was fined over $1,500 and had a restitution fee of over $23,500 imposed upon him. He also lost his hunting privileges for life. Unfortunately, this incident was not the first for this individual. Read more …

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Bull’s Eye

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From:
Pentti Linkola
Can Life Prevail? A Radical Approach to the Environmental Crisis
Trans. Eetu Rautio and Olli S.
London: Arktos, 2009

On September 11, hijacked passenger planes destroyed some of the tall buildings of the World Trade Center in New York and a corner of the main military headquarters in Washington. Read more …

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Dimming Down America

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Get Ready To Buy The Light Bulbs That The Government Commands You To

I wasn’t intending to write an article on this subject because it seemed to me that everything that could be said about the topic had already been covered. Read more …

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Life is Worship:
Savitri Devi’s Son of the Sun

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French translation here

Savitri Devi endures as an enigmatic figure in recent history. She is probably best known as “Hitler’s Priestess,”[1] a fiercely unrepentant and mystically inclined supporter of National Socialist Germany. Read more …

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La vie est un culte:
Savitri Devi’s Akhenaton, Fils du Soleil

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Traduit par Arjuna

English original here

Savitri Devi demeure une figure énigmatique dans l’histoire récente. Elle est probablement le mieux connue comme la « prêtresse d’Hitler »,[1] une partisane farouchement impénitente de l’Allemagne nationale-socialiste, et portée au mysticisme. Read more …

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In Praise of Pentti Linkola

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Pentti Linkola
Can Life Prevail? A Radical Approach to the Environmental Crisis
Trans. Eetu Rautio and Olli S.
London: Arktos, 2009

Years ago, “deep ecologist” Andrew McLaughlin (a follower of Arne Naess) produced an essay titled “For a Radical Ecocentrism.” It’s an explicitly political piece, arguing for how the principles of deep ecology are compatible with left wing progressivism. Read more …

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The Religion of the Strong

Paul Herrmann, "Die Fahne" (The Banner)

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Translated by R. G. Fowler

“Enochia, monstrous City of the Manly,
Den of the Violent, Citadel of the Strong,
Who have never known fear or remorse . . .”

—Leconte de Lisle (“Cain,” Barbaric Poems)

If I had to choose a motto for myself, I would take this one—“pure, dure, sûre,” [pure, hard, certain]—in other words: unalterable. Read more …

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Proč by měli environmentalisté mít početné rodiny

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Všeobecně vzato, environmentalisté převyšují průměr co do jejich intelektuálních, estetických a morálních vlastností. Read more …

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Earth Day Special 
Race, Economics & Kindness:
The Ideal World

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Chapter 11 of Savitri Devi’s manifesto of animal rights and deep ecology Impeachment of Man (Calcutta: Savitri Devi Mukherji, 1959), available for purchase here.

All that we have just written will seem rather unpractical to a great number of readers. Read more …

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Letter from the Left Coast 
Why Environmentalists Should Have Large Families

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Translations: Czech, French

Environmentalists, generally speaking, are well above average in their intellectual, aesthetic, and moral faculties. Read more …

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Another review of . . . 
Guillaume Faye’s Archeofuturism

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Guillaume Faye
Archeofuturism: European Visions of the Post-Catastrophic Age
Arktos Media Ltd., 2010

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D. H. Lawrence’s Women in Love:
Anti-Modernism in Literature, Part 4

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Part 4 of 4. Click here for all four parts.

Gudrun Brangwen, the Modern Woman

Gerald Crich is only one half of Lawrence’s portrait of the “modern individual.” The other half is Gudrun Brangwen. Of course, Birkin and Ursula are modern individuals, though in a different sense. The latter couple are both seeking some fulfilling way to live in, or in spite of, the modern world. Read more …

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D. H. Lawrence’s Women in Love:
Anti-Modernism in Literature, Part 3

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Part 3 of 4. Click here for all four parts.

Interestingly, perhaps the clearest parallels to Gerald Crich’s philosophy of life, and Lawrence’s treatment of it, are two thinkers Lawrence knew nothing about when he wrote Women in Love: Oswald Spengler and Ernst Jünger, both of whom were strongly influenced by Nietzsche.

Spengler: Faustian Man and Technology

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D. H. Lawrence’s Women in Love:
Anti-Modernism in Literature, Part 2

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Part 2 of 4. Click here for all four parts.

Gerald Crich and the Mastery of Nature

In Women in Love the coupling of industrial materialism with idealism is personified by Birkin’s friend Gerald Crich, son of the local colliery owner. Read more …

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D. H. Lawrence’s Women in Love:
Anti-Modernism in Literature, Part 1

Dante Gabriel Rossetti, "The Bower Meadow," 1872

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Part 1 of 4. Click here for all four parts.

D. H. Lawrence’s greatest novel is also his most anti-modern. Written between April and October of 1916 in Cornwall, during some of the darkest days of the First World War, Women in Love was conceived as a sequel to The Rainbow. (Both novels were brilliantly filmed by Ken Russell.) Read more …

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Rex Fairburn

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A. R. D. Fairburn, 1904–1957, is not usually identified with the “Right.” As a central figure in the development of a New Zealand national literature, much of the contemporary self-appointed literary establishment would wish to identify Fairburn with Marxism or liberalism, as were other leading literary friends of Fairburn’s such as the Communist R. A. K. Mason. Read more …

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