Christmas Reading at Counter-CurrentsGreg Johnson
The Meaning and History of Christmas
- Fullmoon Ancestry, “All I Want for Christmas.”
- Fullmoon Ancestry, “Christmas Wishes.”
- Steven Clark, “Christmas Monologue.”
- Steven Clark, “The Winter Man.”
- Collin Cleary, “Some Thoughts on Yule.”
- Jef Costello, “Living in Truth: A Yuletide Homily.”
- William de Vere, “Autumnal Reflections.”
- William de Vere, “Candlemas: Festival of Fire and Purification.”
- William de Vere, “Christmas and the Yuletide: Light in the Darkness.”
- William de Vere, “Santa Claus, Man of the Right.”
- Julius Evola, “Christmas and the Winter Solstice.”
- Jim Goad, “There are Very Fine People (and Complete Assholes) on Both Sides.”
- Mark Gullick, “C. S. Lewis’ The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.”
- Richard Houck, “The Winter Solstice & Christmas Ruminations.”
- Juleigh Howard-Hobson, “Of Winter Kings & Snap Dragons: John & Caitlín Matthews’ The Winter Solstice“
- Juleigh Howard-Hobson, “‘Tis the Season: An Ethnobotanical Look at Yule.”
- Buck Hunter, “The Most Overlooked Christmas Carols.”
- Nicholas R. Jeelvy, “Winter and the European Soul.”
- Conner McDowell, “It’s a Wonderful Life.”
- Kathryn S., “The Spirit of Holidays Past.”
- Dominique Venner, “Christmas: Beauty in Life.”
- The Writers’ Bloc, “Christmas Lore with Hwitgeard” (podcast).
The Commercialization of Christmas
- Juleigh Howard-Hobson, “Nothing Much at All.”
- Greg Johnson, “It’s Time to STOP Shopping for Christmas” (Translations: Danish, German).
- Greg Johnson, “Plastic Christmas.”
- Aric Kartman, “Christmas Shopping in Multicultural Hell.”
- Alex Kurtagić, “Jingle All the Way: Reassuringly Fascistic.”
The War on Christmas
- Edmund Connelly, “Hollywood and the Jewish War on Christmas” (German translation here).
- Edmund Connelly, “More on the Jewish War on Christmas” (German translation here).
- Edmund Connelly, “Unholy Night: The Jewish War on Christmas, 2009.”
- Andrew Hamilton, “The Other Christmas” (German translation here).
- Nicholas R. Jeelvy, “The Literal War on Christmas.”
- Greg Johnson, “Merry Christmas, Infidels!” (Translations: Czech, French, German, Swedish).
- Alex Kurtagić, “The Jewish War on Christmas.”
- Spencer Quinn, “The Last Day of Christmas.”
- Tanstaafl, “A Christmas Story.”
- Tanstaafl, “Roth & Weiss on What’s Best for The Jews.”
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