The Beginning

1. Think back to how it used to be for you … how exciting and exhilarating – how accelerating!: experiencing at once so many forms of self-overcoming – attacking the contemporary world’s overcode, even if only at the slightest level – like arditi and squadristi, freikorps and Stoßtrupp, who rushed so far ahead of what […]

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The Derelict Agōgē

Within five minutes of sending Counter-Currents an essay on the intellectualization and counter-socialization of a young mind, what the bourgeois world calls “homeschooling,” I was being beaten with two plastic hockey sticks. My son might not know it exactly, but his hyper-violence is an active and formidable break on the becoming-bourgeois demanded of him by […]

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Two Hippy Psych-ward Loving Commies

Nietzsche would have none of it I regret to inform my devoted popolo that I am temporarily abandoning the proposed paper on Coltrane’s late music and its usefulness for those on the frontlines of the fight against modernity. Although it seems straightforward enough – a quick summation of modern music, its ascending and descending properties, […]

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Further Thoughts on “Epistemology and the New Right” – Recently Published

As promised, Counter-Currents has published an essay, “Epistemology and the New Right”. The essay was a dusting off of some academic theory I had produced in 2004. It was prompted by a Counter-Currents reader posting a poem by Kahil Gibran in response to a comment I had made about limiting my son’s influences to those […]

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TITVS and Tisha B’av 2012

“Romans! I need only remind you of the name you bear that you may realize how different we are from the men we fight!” TITVS VESPASIANVS, JVDEA 70 BC. The purpose of ROMVLAE GENTI is to create an environment wherein a Nietzschean revaluation of modern Judeo-Christian values can occur. As adults with as much as […]

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