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Thoughts on Debt Repudiation

Merry-Joseph Blondel, 1781–1853, “Solon, Legislator of Athens”

2,349 words /15:14

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French translation here

In Ancient Athens, debtors who were unable to pay their creditors lost their land and were reduced to serfs who had to give their landlords one sixth of their produce in perpetuity. Read more …

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Robert Stark Interviews Greg Johnson on Populism, Elitism, & Economics

Frans Francken the Younger (Antwerp 1581 - 1642), "Death and the Miser"

Frans Francken the Younger (Antwerp 1581-1642), Death and the Miser

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Editor’s Note:

The following text is the transcript by V. S. of a May 2013 conversation with Robert Stark. To listen in a player, click here. To download the mp3, right-click here and choose “save target as.” To subscribe to our podcasts, click here..

Robert Stark: Hello, everyone! This is The Stark Truth with Robert Stark. I’m joined here with Greg Johnson. Hey, Greg! It’s nice having you on.  Read more …

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The Counter-Currents 2014 Summer Fundraiser 
The Austrian Economic Apocalypse?

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dollarImage2Since yesterday’s update on our Summer Fundraiser, we have received 5 donations totaling $540 in amounts ranging from $10 to $250, including the first of a recurring donation of $30/month. Our total is now $36,357. We are now  $3,643 from our goal of $40,000 with just 4 days to go. Read more …

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The Austrian Economic Apocalypse?

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dollarImage2Back at the beginning of 2012, I stuck my neck out a bit by writing an article on economics, “Money for Nothing” (audio version here), in which I offered my take on Social Credit theory. The subsequent discussion thread, as well as private communications with Social Credit experts, convinced me that I was on the right track. Read more …

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The Stark Truth  
Greg Johnson on Wealth Redistribution

Frans Francken the Younger (Antwerp 1581 - 1642), "Death and the Miser"

Frans Francken the Younger (Antwerp 1581 – 1642), “Death and the Miser”

61:47 / 382 words

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Robert Stark interviews Greg Johnson on wealth redistribution and related topics:

  • Paleolibertarianism and the Tea Party as attempts to channel white political and economic anxieties into race-neutral, free market policies that undermine white racial interests  Read more …
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Podcast No. 12 
Matt Parrott, “Trayvon & the End of White Guilt”; Greg Johnson, “Thoughts on Debt Repudiation”

time: 30:38/55 words

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Segment One

Matt Parrott reads “Trayvon and the End of White Guilt” (6:08)  Read more …

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Réflexions sur la répudiation de la dette

Merry-Joseph Blondel, 1781–1853, « Solon, Législateur d’Athènes »

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English original here

Dans l’ancienne Athènes, les débiteurs qui étaient incapables de payer leurs créditeurs perdaient leur terre et étaient réduits à l’état de serfs qui devaient donner à leur propriétaire terrien un sixième de leur production, à perpétuité. Si la dette excédait le total des biens du débiteur, lui et sa famille étaient réduits à l’esclavage. Read more …

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Podcast No. 8 
Greg Johnson, “The End of Globalization”
Mark Weber, “Reasons for Hope”

Graphic by Harold Arthur McNeill

time: 61:45/6,734 words

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Greg Johnson reads “The End of Globalization” (12:00 minutes) Read more …

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Podcast No. 5 
Greg Johnson, “Money for Nothing” &
Kevin MacDonald, “The Jewish Question Today”

Tullio Crali, “Nose Dive on the City”

48 minutes/2,662 words

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For the text to “Money for Nothing,” click hereRead more …

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Thoughts on Debt Repudiation

Merry-Joseph Blondel, 1781–1853, “Solon, Legislator of Athens”

2,325 words

French translation here

In Ancient Athens, debtors who were unable to pay their creditors lost their land and were reduced to serfs who had to give their landlords one sixth of their produce in perpetuity. If the debt exceeded the debtor’s total assets, he and his family were reduced to slavery. Read more …

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Money for Nothing

2,918 words

Translations: CzechFrench, Greek, SpanishSwedish

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Everybody knows you need to work for your money. And if somebody just gives you money, that can only be by the expropriation of somebody else’s labor. Read more …

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The End of Globalization

Graphic by Harold Arthur McNeill

1,902 words

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Translations: French, GreekPortuguese, Slovak, Spanish

The market is an inherently global institution. The market is non-racist, non-nationalist, and non-religious, for as long as decisions are made solely in monetary terms, the race, nationality, and religion of buyers and sellers simply do not matter. Often, they are completely unknown.  Read more …

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He Told Us So:
Patrick Buchanan’s Suicide of a Superpower

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Patrick J. Buchanan
Suicide of a Superpower: Will America Survive to 2025?
New York: Thomas Dunne Books, 2011

As a White Nationalist, my darkest political fear (for the short run, anyway) is that the United States might retain sufficient vestiges of political realism to pull itself together for an Indian Summer of Caesarism before the big cold sets in. Read more …

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Brooks Adams on the Romans

Peter Chardon Brooks Adams, 1848–1927

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Brooks Adams was an American historian and critic of capitalism from a classical republican/agrarian/populist point of view.

Brooks Adams was from an immensely accomplished family. He was a great-grandson of President John Adams, a grandson of President John Quincy Adams, a son of diplomat Charles Francis Adams, and the brother of Henry Adams, Read more …

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Robert Stark Interviews Greg Johnson on Occupy Wall Street & Third Way Economics

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Robert Stark interviews Counter-Currents/North American New Right editor Greg Johnson on Occupy Wall Street and Third Way economic alternatives. Read more …

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Counter-Currents Matching Grant Update 
Mapping the Third Way

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On Monday, I recorded an interview with Robert Stark of the Voice of Reason Network. We discussed Occupy Wall Street and the rich tradition of nationalistic “Third Way” economic thinking, which has never been more relevant.

Beyond capitalism versus socialism is a whole range of options, from National Socialism (which could just as well be called National Capitalism) to Corporatism, Social Credit, Populism, and Distributism. Read more …

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Counter-Currents Matching Grant Update
Occupy Wall Street: Big Money & No Ideas

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Fundraising Update

Since our last update, we have received $190 in donations, for a total of $1,230 over four days. Other donations are “in the mail.” Again, we want to thank all of our donors for their support. Read more …

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The Spiritual Materialism of Alan Watts:
A Review of Does it Matter?

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French translation here

Alan Watts
Does It Matter?: Essays on Man’s Relation to Materiality
New York: Vintage, 1971

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A Tariff in Time . . . Saves Billions:
The Proposed Automotive Industry Bailout

Thomas Hart Benton, "Steel in America Today," 1930

1,231 words

November 20, 2008

Free markets mean competition. Competition means winners and losers. Some losers even lose their shirts and go out of business. When a business fails, this should be regarded as a success for the capitalist system as a whole. That goes for really big businesses as well as small ones. In a capitalist system, nobody is “too big to fail.”

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