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Yockey by Kerry Bolton

Besides having archival value, this book is an important tool in studying the ongoing practice of criminalizing and pathologizing political opponents by the false use of the worn-out word “fascism.” This word, which has by now totally lost its original meaning, has become a word meant to silence political opponents and prevent serious scholarly inquiry. If the liberal-minded President of the United States, Donald Trump, or the liberal German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, are denounced by their detractors as “fascists,” then one must also give full credit to Yockey for trying to restore the true and original meaning of this word.

View from the Right, Volume I: Heritage and Foundations by Alain de Benoist

It is little short of remarkable that we should have to wait four decades for an English translation of a text with such critical acclaim and intellectual pedigree. Credit for bringing about the English translation (published in three handsomely designed volumes and with an updated 2001 Preface) is due to Arktos Media, founded in part in 2010 with the goal of bringing the works of de Benoist to an anglophone readership.

Can Life Prevail? by Pentti Linkola

If you often view your fellow human beings as “savages,” you’ll find good company in Linkola’s thoughts. … [O]verall he presents a rational argument for leaving behind the “progress”-driven, consumerism-based lifestyle that is destroying not only the land and animals of the earth, but the souls of its people.

A Fair Hearing by George T. Shaw

Among the deserving and hardly manageable compilations released by publishers […] within the Alt-Right during the last years, A Fair Hearing makes for an extraordinary merit — especially because of its aiming at an interested, yet outside audience instead of the usual promotion of disputes within the “scene.”

Hated and Proud by Mark Dyal

The Arktos team is joined by Mark Dyal to discuss his up-and-coming book, “Hated and Proud” — an analysis, at once scholarly and deeply visceral, of the time he spent amongst the Ultras of Rome. Join us for a lively conversation about soccer, violence, political extremism, and the vital importance of living one’s ideas in the flesh, with a man who found his life utterly changed after a sojourn with the hardcore fans of Italian soccer.

Revolution from Above by Kerry Bolton

Carefully documented with references to the standard literature on these various bodies that constitute the present plutocracy of America, this work shows us how the American ambition to rule the world began indeed with President Wilson’s efforts, during and after the first World War, to end European imperialism and institute a new age of world-democracy.

On the Brink of the Abyss: The Imminent Bankruptcy of the Financial System by Alain de Benoist

In conclusion, On the Brink of the Abyss is an absolutely indispensable book for the enemies of the system. Anyone who wishes to see the return of traditional communities and a life with natural limits, must assimilate Alain de Benoist’s devastating critique of capitalism, liberalism, and globalism, and heed the call to rebellion. This is particularly necessary for those in the English speaking world who fancy themselves as radicals, yet still operate according to the logic of the market that is so dominant in those nations. There can be no compromise with capital, it is the part of the world that we must bring to an end. He has clearly shown us where the enemies stand, and where we must take aim.

Ethnos and Society by Alexander Dugin

Whereas The Fourth Political Theory tells us to return to pre-modernity in order to protect our Dasein (narod), Ethnos and Society shows us how the preconditions for a return to pre-modernity work. Therefore, Ethnos and Society, is not only important to better understand the work of professor Dugin, but also in order to fight post-modernity to the last blood. If one doesn’t let oneself be scared off by the theoretical depth of this book, it’ll greatly improve one’s understanding of the current processes of globalization, decadence and the Great Replacement. This book is exactly what all the right-wing populist parties in Europe would need in order to change their policies of fake populism and realize what is really necessary to revive European identity.

Yockey by Kerry Bolton

[T]here was never much information on Francis Parker Yockey, so for a book like this to come out, finally, after all these years, it really is a treat. Almost like a holy grail to Yockey fans, especially for those who’ve read Imperium. This book is very well researched. […] In fact, I would recommend you to read this book first, before going into Imperium.

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