The latest broadcast of Counter-Currents Radio was a cozy New Year’s Eve livestream Ask Me Anything hosted by Greg Johnson, and with special guests Tim Murdock (Horus the Avenger), Jim Goad, Sam Dickson, Cyan Quinn, Nick Jeelvy, and Stephen Paul Foster, and it is now available for download and online listening. (more…)
The recording of Greg Johnson‘s appearance on Millenniyule earlier this month is now available for download and online listening.
Topics discussed include:
00:01:51 What are the most significant events of 2022?
00:05:54 Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover
00:10:00 Is Musk a normie? (more…)
The Populist Delusion
Perth: Imperium Press, 2022
Neema Parvini, Ph.D., is the author of five books on Shakespeare who in recent years has turned his attention to political philosophy, including the broader Dissident Right. In our sphere, he is known as Academic Agent.
Parvini’s The Populist Delusion is a critique of populism and democracy from the Right. (more…)
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 416 The Writers’ Bloc with Pox Populi on the Trucker Convoy
On the latest episode of The Writers’ Bloc, host Nick Jeelvy welcomed Pox Populi (Substack here) to discuss various grounds for trucker convoy skepticism and problems with the Right in general, and of course YOUR QUESTIONS, and it is now available for download and online listening. (more…)
English original here
Populisté usilují o to vyrvat lidovládu z rukou zkorumpovaných elit. Ty se přirozeně brání: nejběžnějším nařčením elitních komentátorů bývá asi označení populismu za „antidemokratický“. Jak píše Yascha Mounk, populismus staví problém jako „lid versus demokracie“. (more…)
If there ever was a civilization that deserves the name of Renaissance, this was the civilization of the Middle Ages. In its objectivity, its virile spirit, its hierarchical structure, its proud antihumanistic simplicity so often permeated by the sense of the sacred, the Middle Ages represented a return to the origins. — Julius Evola (more…)
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Le spectre du populisme
Les révoltes populistes de 2016 — le Brexit et l’élection de Donald Trump — ne sont pas des événements marquants comme les révolutions de 1789 et 1848. Pas encore en tous cas. Mais vous n’y croiriez pas en voyant la panique qui a parcouru les élites politiques occidentales. (more…)
August 16, 2021 Greg Johnson
Au-delà de l’Alt Right : vers un Nouveau Nationalisme
Remembering Sam Francis: Sam Francis on the Roots of Liberal Hegemony
Leviathan and Its Enemies: Mass Organization and Managerial Power in Twentieth-Century America
Arlington: Washington Summit Publishers, 2016
Note: this article is a revision of a review previously published at American Renaissance.
Sam Francis’ most important work was not published during his lifetime. (more…)
Jason Blum and Craig Zobel’s The Hunt received mixed reviews regarding its sensational plot, where a group of rich corporate types kidnaps Americans — “deplorable” rednecks — to hunt them down.
The Most Dangerous Game, the 1931 adaptation of Richard Connell’s 1924 short story of the same name, is the original source of the “people hunting other people” concept. (more…)
Pillbilly Eulogy: Kevin D. Williamson’s Big White Ghetto
Philly Cheesesteaks & Murder: Kevin D. Williamson’s Big White Ghetto
Kevin D. Williamson
Big White Ghetto: Dead Broke, Stone-Cold Stupid, and High on Rage in the Dank Woolly Wilds of the “Real America”
Washington, DC: Regnery, 2020
I suppose the author and publisher meant the title Big White Ghetto (etc.) to be eye-catching and amusing, (more…)