Translated by F. Roger Devlin
On Saturday, Vienna witnessed the largest demonstration yet against Coronavirus regulations. (more…)
Greg Johnson is joined by Martin Lichtmesz and F. Roger Devlin to discuss Lichtmesz’s book Ethnopluralismus: Kritik und Verteidigung (Ethnopuluralism: Critique and Defense). Topics include:
The following is extracted from the book Ethnopluralismus: Kritik und Verteidigung and translated by F. Roger Devlin.
Johann Gottfried von Herder (1744-1803) was one of the outstanding figures of Weimar Classicism, even if spiritually to be counted among the Romantics. He is the most important and genuine ancestor of ethnopluralism. (more…)
Ethnopluralismus: Kritik und Verteidigung
Steigra: Antaios Verlag, 2020
Lack of terminological clarity is a problem inherent to political discourse, no doubt because so much of it is manipulative rather than communicative in intention. The word “nationalism” is a case in point. To many it still evokes the revanchisme of a France humiliated by the loss of Alsace-Lorraine, or Hitler’s various territorial demands of the 1930s: i.e., demands on behalf of particular nations that could only be satisfied at the expense of other nations. (more…)
Martin Lichtmesz & Michael Ley (eds.)
Steigra: Antaios Verlag, 2018
In the Platz der deutschen Einheit (German Unity Square) in Düsseldorf, someone has covered the street name with Simone de Beauvoir Platz. This is one example among many that anyone living in the Federal Republic of Germany may encounter – evidence of the hatred of their country which some Germans feel. Evidence is all around. (more…)
Camille Paglia identifies as a liberal Democrat, but as soon as her masterpiece Sexual Personae appeared in 1990, she began to win ardent admirers on the Right. Indeed, I first heard of Sexual Personae from Roger Kimball’s review in the neocon culture magazine The New Criterion.
Paglia’s appeal to the Right is easy to understand. (more…)
I’m sure I’m heavily biased because of the fact that this is only my second real-world appearance in association with the movement after reporting on Gilad Atzmon’s appearance with Stanley Cohen, Norton Mezvinsky, and Michael Lesher in New York City.
But the American Renaissance conference of 2017 felt downright historic.
Translated by Adam D. Smith
“With usura hath no man a house of good stone,” wrote Ezra Pound in Canto XLV. “Usura” is symbolic of the culture destroying, hostile, and inhumane reign of interest, capital, and the banks. Pound also said: “A man can inhabit one house, also another, but a third is capital with which he wants to earn money.”