The aim of Counter-Currents Publishing and our journal North American New Right is to create an intellectual movement in North America that is analogous to the European New Right. We aspire to learn from the European New Right’s strengths and limitations and to tailor its approach to the unique situation of European people in North America. Our aim is to lay the intellectual groundwork for a white ethnostate in North America.
Month: September 2010
September 30, 2010 Greg Johnson 31 comments
Theory & Practice
September 29, 2010 Greg Johnson
1. Moderation is necessary in order to maintain civility, quality, and focus of comments. All comments are moderated. So do not expect your comment to appear immediately. And when it does not appear immediately, please do not fire off an angry email denouncing me for “censoring” you.
September 29, 2010 Jean Thiriart
Interview with Jean Thiriart, Part 4
September 29, 2010 Kerry Bolton 1 comment
A Contemporary Evaluation of Francis Parker Yockey, Part 2
September 28, 2010 Kerry Bolton 15 comments
A Contemporary Evaluation of Francis Parker Yockey, Part 1
Part 1 of 3
“Thus, the Liberation Front now states to Europe its two great tasks: (1) the complete expulsion of everything alien from the soul and from the soil of Europe, the cleansing of the European soul of the dross of 19th century materialism and rationalism (more…)
September 28, 2010 Jean Thiriart
Interview with Jean Thiriart, Part 3
Questions by Gene H. Hogberg
Translated by Dr. David Wainwright
Part 3 of 6. (For the rest of the interview, click here.)
Question 4: The Soviet Union is no longer only a land power. “The Bear has learned to swim,” having developed an ocean-going navy, thanks to Admiral Gorshkov. What is the significance of Soviet naval power should Europe and the Soviet Union become more closely allied in the future? (more…)
September 28, 2010 Andrew Hamilton
Why I Write
I once naively believed that everyone thought more or less as I did and shared my basic values. Today I wonder if anyone does.
A threshold reason why I write is simply that the Good Lord granted me facility with the written word. Not with video or motion picture production, or music, or broadcasting, or entertainment, or even the spoken word, but simply with writing. (more…)
September 27, 2010 Trevor Lynch 18 comments
The Dark Knight
In my review of Christoper Nolan’s Batman Begins, I argued that the movie generates a dramatic conflict around the highest of stakes: the destruction of the modern world (epitomized by Gotham City) by the Traditionalist “League of Shadows” versus its preservation and “progressive” improvement by Batman.
September 27, 2010 John Michael McCloughlin
Jonathan Bowden’s A Ballet of Wasps
A Ballet of Wasps
London: The Spinning Top Club, 2008
A Ballet of Wasps is a collection of four short stories and a play. (more…)
September 27, 2010 Jean Thiriart
Interview with Jean Thiriart, Part 2
September 26, 2010 Jean Thiriart 1 comment
Interview with Jean Thiriart, Part 1
September 26, 2010 Michael O'Meara 11 comments
In the 20 years I have identified with the cause of American white nationalism and revolutionary Euronationalism, I’ve never felt that European Americans had much chance of freeing themselves from the System threatening their existence. Their best hope, I always thought, was that the System would eventually collapse from its own internal contradictions or that Europeans would show us the way.