Greg Johnson did a new solo Ask Me Anything on the latest broadcast of Counter-Currents Radio, and it is now available for download and online listening. (more…)
Paul Beaumont, compiler
Serviam: The Political Ideology of Adrien Arcand
Quakertown, Pa.: Antelope Hill Publishing, 2022
“Serviam,” or “I will serve,” was said to be the answer to Lucifer from the Archangel Michael when Lucifer told God that he would not serve. Serviam was also the motto of Adrien Arcand’s Christian national-corporatist movement before and after the World War, as well as the name of his post-war magazine. (more…)
What about the Freemasons?
This is where I describe groups often cited as participants in the more conspiratorial aspects of globalism. Feel free to skip straight down to the comments section to throw rocks at me for saying too much or too little about your favorite cabal. (more…)
Robert Brasillach & Notre avant-guerre: Brasillach at Nuremberg in 1937
Remembering Robert Brasillach, March 31, 1909–February 6, 1945
This continues the translation of Robert Brasillach’s Notre avant-guerre, portions of which have appeared here in three earlier installments.
1. The Greatest Unread Philosopher in History
Chances are you may never even have heard of the German philosopher Johann Gottlieb Fichte (1762-1814). If you have heard of him, you probably have the vague idea that he was a follower of Kant who went off the reservation and tried to defend the bizarre position that all of reality is the creation of something called the “Absolute Ego.” This is how he is often treated in histories of philosophy. But this characterization of Fichte is completely wrong. (more…)
Notre Dame des Fascistes, Part III: Excursus on Evola
All this anti-Masonry and TradCath stuff; there was something familiar with all this, until at some point I exclaimed again, “You’ve seen these films before, haven’t you, my man!” It’s Baron Evola’s doppelganger!
Although to be honest, it may have been Will herself who clued me in. (more…)
Notre Dame des Fascistes, Part II: Special Friendships
Joséphin Péladan & the Occult War Against Liberal Decadence
France gave the world the French Revolution in 1789. It was an epochal event, albeit a symptom of a line of cultural decadence that gave birth to both liberalism and Communism, and which remains a pall over the entire West and wherever the West reaches. It is ironic that those who were condemned as “collaborators” in France during and after the Second World War were for years prior to the war the most vociferous in their lamentations regarding the decadence of the French Republic. (more…)
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 174
The French Elections & How You Can Meme Le Pen into Power
Greg Johnson talks to Patrick Le Brun about the players in the upcoming French presidential elections, the factors that might influence the outcome, and things that you can do to help meme Marine Le Pen into power.
Translated by G. A. Malvicini
Elsewhere (in La Destra, in May 1972), we have discussed the necessary relationship of an authentic, non-makeshift Right with the concept of Tradition. In the sense discussed there, references to authors with a traditional orientation may be useful in dealing with certain complex problems. Here, however, we wish to provide an account of the ideas of René Guénon (1886-1951), who was regarded as the proponent of “integral Traditionalism.” (more…)
A Brief Illustrated History of Romanians
Bucharest: Humanitas, 2014
I recently came across a very pleasant read in the form of Neagu Djuvara’s A Brief Illustrated History of Romanians. The book is in fact a series of transcribed lectures meant to introduce young Romanians (or, in translation, the curious foreigner) to the broad sweep of Romanian history. (more…)