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Iranians Observe the 35th Anniversary of the 1979 Revolution In Memoriam: Hiroo Onoda Propaganda in the On Autarky Democracy, Tyranny, and the Third Position The Persecution of Golden Dawn American warmongers fix their gaze on Syria
 

Iranians Observe the 35th Anniversary of the 1979 Revolution

In Memoriam: Hiroo Onoda

Propaganda in the “Free and Impartial” Media

On Autarky

Democracy, Tyranny, and the Third Position

The Persecution of Golden Dawn

American warmongers fix their gaze on Syria

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They who know the truth are not equal to those who love it, and they who love it are not equal to those who delight in it. — Confucius, The Analects

The Freedom-Worshippers

11 April 2013

Freedom, as a general concept is often taken for granted in this so-called modern world.  In the modern political language, nations are either “free or not free”; the governments that manage them are either “friends” or “enemies” of freedom, as are the persons living in them.  For those living in the Far West, this notion […]

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The Importance of Appearance

19 March 2013

In traditional societies, clothing reflected ones rank and place in society, and identified one. Its function was not merely to clothe a naked person but also to  beautify him or her. While it always reflected ones outward place it also reveals something on ones internal character. Thus clothing was both protection from the elements and an […]

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Riding the Tiger remembers Hugo Chavez

08 March 2013

Riding the Tiger today remembers Hugo Chavez and extends our deepest sympathies to the Venezuelan people on the loss of their leader. His death on Tuesday March 5th, after a long struggle with cancer could not have come at a worse time, both for his own people and internationally. Hugo Chavez first shot to prominence […]

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El lanzamiento de cohetes coreano y la disuasión nuclear

20 December 2012

La República Popular Democrática de Corea lanzó con éxito el cohete Unha-3 y se colocó un satélite en el espacio. Esta es sin duda una gran victoria para el pueblo coreano, y una bofetada a la cara a los intereses imperialistas y globalistas.  Este logro demuestra lo que un pueblo decidido puede hacer aun frente […]

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Bullying and victim politics

19 December 2012

Bullying has been in the limelight in recent years with high profile cases of bullied teenagers committing suicide, and celebrities and politicians pushing for “anti bullying” legislation. Of course, the heart wrenching story of some pretty young girl or bright boy driven to suicide by the cruelty of his or her peers resonates with all […]

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Korean Rocket Launch and Nuclear Deterrence

12 December 2012

Yesterday’s successful rocket launch by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is a smack in the face to imperialist and globalist interests and shows what a determined people can accomplish even in the face of isolation, sanctions, and threats.  The controlled media in many Western countries couldn’t help but gloat over any glitch or delay in this launch, and predicted failure, […]

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Contra Hollywood

26 November 2012

In today’s world, there are two things that epitomize the image of America: Hollywood and popular music. Both are multi-billion dollar industries, with the former churning out hundreds of films per year at an expense of several billion dollars a year. Arguably, not only is Hollywood one of the biggest cultural forces in America, it […]

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Imperialism, Neo Imperialism

15 November 2012

In modern discourse, the term imperialism is generally considered by both mainstream historians and leftists to be a “dirty” word. The former regard it as a relic of the past, conjuring up images of pith helmets and colonial settlements, the Scramble for Africa and the “Great Game” in Central Asia. In Marxist discourse, the term […]

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William van Nostrand’s interview with Robert Stark

22 October 2012

On October 11th, 2012, Robert Stark, host of The Stark Truth on Counter-Currents Radio interviewed Chairman William van Nostrand on a number of topics. The interview can be heard by pressing the “play” button in the Flash plugin below. Alternatively, you can hear the interview by visiting the Counter-Currents Website, by clicking here. Topics discussed in […]

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More to Middle East riots than meets the Eye

22 September 2012

A recent spat of protests and riots in the Muslim world have been making headlines in recent days, especially after United States Ambassador Chris Stevens to Libya was killed. Images are being splashed all over the printed press and television of the most crazed, angry looking bearded Muslims burning American flags and shouting.  Americans have […]

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