There is news about our forthcoming edition of Francis Parker Yockey’s The Enemy of Europe. We have decided that the volume needs to include Yockey’s German translation of The Enemy of Europe. Originally, we were only going to publish a translation back into English. However, although Yockey’s translation may not be perfect as a piece of German prose, it is still one of his works, thus it should be included. Since adding the German translation will almost double the book’s length, we are postponing publication until April of 2021 in order to get it perfect. The price of the book will, however, remain the same. (more…)
Now Available for Preorder!The Enemy of Europe & Imperium
Amid the social turmoil of the late 1960s, the German Communist student Rudi Dutschke called for a “long march through the institutions” as the preferred strategy of ensuring the victory of global Marxist revolution. The success of this initiative is no more prominent in the West than in today’s academia, where Frankfurt School (more…)
Darryl Cooper: I want to ask you a little bit about the United States specifically. Your most recent post on Counter-Currents was a remembrance of Francis Parker Yockey, who’s best-known for his first book Imperium, and as a title that implies he advocated a pan-European empire. (more…)
Written & directed by Daniel Ragussis
Starring Daniel Radcliffe, Toni Collette, Tracy Letts, & Devin Druid
Imperium bears some similarities to the 1998 film American History X, which has the same theme. Both come across as attempts to demonize white identity by associating it with unsavory characters. (more…)
“That is what the craving for the peace of fellahdom, for protection against everything that disturbs the daily routine, against destiny in every form, would seem to intimate: a sort of protective mimicry vis-à-vis world history, human insects feigning death in the face of danger, the “happy ending” of an empty existence, the boredom of which has brought in jazz music and negro dancing to perform the Dead March for a great Culture.”
—Oswald Spengler, The Hour of Decision (more…)
Kerry Bolton’s ongoing research for a new and definitive biography of Francis Parker Yockey and a complete collection of Yockey’s shorter writings and correspondence continues to turn up new and previously-thought-to-be-lost materials, including issue no. 4 of Yockey’s Frontfighter newsletter, containing one of Yockey’s lost works, which is included in the following article.
We are pleased to announce that we have restocked the two Wermod & Wermod editions of Francis Parker Yockey:
- Imperium, with an Introduction by Kerry Bolton and an Afterword by Julius Evola, 926 pages, hardcover only: $60
- The Proclamation of London, with an Introduction by Michael O’Meara, 140 pages, hardcover only: $25
See Kerry Bolton’s review of the Imperium edition here.
Francis Parker Yockey
Edited by Alex Kurtagić
Foreword by Kerry Bolton
Afterword by Julius Evola
Abergele, UK: The Palingenesis Project, 2013
This is not so much a review of Imperium, a book that is likely to be familiar to most readers here, as it is an assessment of this new edition by Alex Kurtagić. (more…)
Our momentary situation takes the form of a great battle—a battle which may take more than one war to resolve it, or which may be resolved by a sudden cataclysmic happening, entirely unforeseeable to us now. On the surface of history it is the unforeseen that happens. The most human beings can do is to be prepared inwardly. In complete contradiction to our instinct, feelings, and ideas, the 19th century sits leering upon the throne of Europe, wrapped in the cerements of the grave, and propped up by the extra-European forces. (more…)
Liberalism is a most important by-product of Rationalism, and its origins and ideology must be clearly shown.
The “Enlightenment” period of Western history which . . . set in after the Counter-Reformation laid more and more stress on intellect, reason and logic as it developed. (more…)
Oswald Spengler’s Man and Technics and Revilo Oliver’s America’s Decline: The Education of a Conservative and The Origins of Christianity are available for purchase on this website.
[The decline of] Britain is one of the terrible spectacles of history that no man can contemplate without feeling a melancholy blend of pity and awe (more…)
First, what is politics? That is, politics as a fact. Politics is activity in relation to power.
Politics is a domain of its own — the domain of power. Thus it is not morality, it is not esthetics, it is not economics. Politics is a way of thinking, just as these others are. Each of these forms of thought isolates part of the totality of the world and claims it for its own. (more…)