Issue #41 of the Arktos newsletter.

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Die Rückkehr der echten Rechten by Daniel Friberg

Arktos.com: 116 Seiten. Taschenbuch. 12,35 €rer125

Arktos.com: 116 Seiten. Gebundene Ausgabe. 25,35 €

Die Rechte kehrt zurück. Nach Jahrzehnten der Erniedrigung und politischen Fehlschläge formiert sich die Opposition neu, schließt zur Gegenwart auf und macht sich bereit. Keinen Augenblick zu früh: Europa steht vor zahllosen Herausforderungen, die anzugehen die festgefahrenen und inkompetenten Eliten in Politik, Wissenschaftsbetrieb und Massenmedien nicht fähig und nicht willens sind. Unkontrollierte Einwanderung, die gedankenlose Verschwendung aller Reserven und die Verheerung, die die Konsumgesellschaft am Wesenskern des westlichen Menschen anrichtet – dies sind die Problemfragen, auf die das »Establishment« keine Antworten hat. Die Neue Rechte hat und gibt sie. Dieses knappe Handbuch präsentiert dem Leser eine Reihe hochaktueller Aufsätze des schwedischen Aktivisten Daniel Friberg. Sie sind an jeden gerichtet, der ein Teil der wahren Opposition ist oder werden möchte, die Europa und die Europäer so dringend brauchen. Enthalten sind sowohl praktische Ratschläge als auch ein Überblick über einige der Konzepte, Kernpunkte und Gedanken, mit denen sich die Neue Rechte vorrangig beschäftigt.

The Churl  by Tito Perdue

tc125Arktos.com: 250 pages. Softcover. £15.95

The Churl is the second volume in the William’s House tetralogy by the great American Southern novelist Tito Perdue. It focuses on Young Albert, the youngest addition to the Pefley family, and his formative childhood years. Albert’s childhood unfolds in the heat and poverty of the recently defeated Confederacy, where war wounds still linger, and he must measure up to his father’s exacting expectations of character and industry, or risk failing the family name William has worked so hard to establish.

Massive Christmas sale is nearly over! Don’t miss out!

yule7Our massive Christmas sale continues, but only for a short time longer – we have extended it by one day to last through next Monday, January 4. We have put nearly 350 items on sale in our Webshop. All items in our music section are on sale, most at a 50% or greater discount, all of our posters are on sale at a 50% discount, and ALL of Arktos’ own publications(except those published recently) are selling at a minimum of 20% off the cover price. Other items included in the sale are books by René Guénon, Kerry Bolton, and Frithjof Schuon, among many others. Please take advantage of these low prices while you can! Visit Arktos.com

Featured product: Archeofuturism by Guillaume Faye

af125Arktos.com: 248 pages. Hardback. £12.50 £26

Arktos.com: 248 pages. Softcover. £13.50 £17

This book is the most fundamental work by Guillaume Faye. Faye believes that the future of the Right requires a transcendence of the division between those who wish for a restoration of the traditions of the past, and those who are calling for new social and technological forms – creating a synthesis which will amplify the strengths and restrain the excesses of both: Archeofuturism, which will be realized in the aftermath of the great catastrophes which he believes will afflict our civilization in the very near future.

Upcoming titles

ce200In the near future we will be publishing several exciting new titles, including:

Incidents of Travel in Latin America, a travel diary of a Swede’s sojourn in South America by Lars Holger Holm;

The Colonisation of Europe, a work on the immigration crisis by Guillaume Faye;

The Indo-Europeans, a work on the nature of Indo-European civilisation by Alain de Benoist;

How to be a Conservative, a Swedish-language translation of the recent book by the famed English conservative philosopher Roger Scruton;

Prometheus and Atlas, a study of the role of the paranormal in the founding of the rationalist worldview and a challenge to the materialist conception of reality by Dr Jason Jorjani.

There will be other new publications as well. Follow our Facebook page to keep up with the latest news!

Notable reviews

Our books continue to attract reviews from many different sources. Here are a few particularly interesting recent ones.

Review of Alexander Dugin’s Eurasian Mission by Joakim “Oskorei” Andersen at Motpol(Swedish language)

“Dugin beskriver det globalistiska projektet som ett hot mot världens unika kulturer och civilisationer, det innebär att ett regionalt fenomen, liberalismen, sprids till hela världen. Han betraktar neo-eurasianismen som ett motstånd mot denna process, ett sätt att försvara mångfalden av ‘nations, cultures, confessions, languages, values and philosophical systems’. Globaliseringen innebär en unipolär och atlanticistisk process, Dugin vill se ett pluriversum, en multipolär värld.” (Läs mer)

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