The following text is being presented in commemoration of Sir Oswald Mosley’s 136th birthday. — Ed. (more…)
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 428 The Writers’ Bloc with Ryan Sanchez AKA Culture War Criminal
Ryan Sanchez, AKA Culture War Criminal, was Nick Jeelvy’s very special guest on the latest episode of The Writers’ Bloc where they discussed the state of the American Right and Ryan’s own activism in Southern California, and it is now available for download or online listening. (more…)
What is it to live as a European, in this new world which has replaced the one our parents knew? Everything is ugly. A wrecking-crew has moved among the institutions of the West and replaced them with the flimsiest of stage sets. A limitless flow of aliens crosses our borders. Our cities are filled with strangers. (more…)
Dad: Son, what do you want to be when you grow up?
Son: I want to be a pool cleaner.
Dad: That’s a stupid answer. What else?
Son: I wanna be a pizza delivery boy.
Dad: No, no, no!
Son: A plumber, then.
Dad (turns to mom, whispers): He’s found the tapes. (more…)
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 400 The Writers’ Bloc with Nick Jeelvy & Hapaperspective
The Groyper Civil War:
Lessons from the End of an Era
I have been following the downward trajectory of the America First movement for some time now. The initial Bleeding Kansas of the infighting within Nick Fuentes’ movement has escalated into what people online are beginning to call the Groyper Civil War. (more…)
“A Kinges Ransoume” for a “Croune of Paper”: Charisma in Pre-Modern Europe, Part III
A “Cony Struggling in the Net”: The Plantagenets vs. the Plantagenets
Legendary for its blizzards and blood, the fifteenth-century English conflict known as the Wars of the Roses (1455-1487) was poetic in name and savage in fighting. Medieval warfare was the most physically brutal form of battle Westerners in their long history have ever fought: huge, murderous fistfights of chaos and close combat in which few were afforded a “clean” death. (more…)
“A Kinges Ransoume” for a “Croune of Paper”: Charisma in Pre-Modern Europe, Part I
Part 1 of 3 (Part 2 here)
Dual Charismatic Cycles of the West
“Heed my words all classes of men, you greater and lesser children of Heimdall”: When all “the gods went to their thrones, those holy, holy gods,” they came to a decision. They would make leaders from “Ymir’s blood and his rotting limbs.” (more…)
Toward A New Era of Nation-States, Part VII: The Will to Power & Unbridled Egoism, Part 1
Part 1 of 2
A life devoted to self-aggrandizement might appear to be in accord with nature, which sanctions the will to power. But in reality, overweening individualism cannot lead to the happy outcome that Aristotle conceived as the ultimate goal of man’s life. Power serving exclusively egotistical ends is relatively short-lived and thus of a lower order of magnitude. (more…)