On September 1st, the new Arktos Website, with a new and improved Webshop, will be launched. To get ready for that we are having a huge clearance sale to get rid of our entire remaining stock, so that we will have a fresh start with our new site. This clearance sale will last from today until August 31st.
104 pages. Foreword by Douglas E. French.
The Consequences of Equality is a critical analysis of egalitarianism. Economics, political theory, ethical theory, and sociology are all used to tackle some of the most controversial questions of the day: “What is the nature of equality?” “Are people truly equal, and in what ways?” “What would it mean if they are not?” and, most importantly, “What occurs when a society fails to accept the inevitability of inequality?” —Dr. Richard Lynn (Facebook page)
Lecture at Central European University
Arktos CEO Daniel Friberg held a lecture at Central European University about the global return of the real Right on August 1st, addressing a class of American university students who were visiting Budapest for the summer. Thanks to everyone who attended and special thanks to CEU founder George Soros for the opportunity.
A YouTube video with highlights from the lecture will be published shortly at Right On. Follow Right On’s YouTube channel to catch it when it’s first released.
In the near future we will be publishing several exciting new titles, including:
The Indo-Europeans, a work on the nature of Indo-European civilisation by Alain de Benoist;
Handbook for Radical Right-wing Youth, a collection of essays by Julius Evola featuring a preface by Gábor Vona, leader of the Jobbik party in Hungary;
Faustian Man in an Age of Multiculturalism, a study of the importance of race in the historical identification of Western civilization from prehistoric to contemporary times by Ricardo Duchesne.
There will be other new publications as well. Follow our Facebook page to keep up with the latest news!
Our books continue to attract reviews from many different sources. Here are a few particularly interesting recent ones.
Review of Guillaume Faye’s The Colonisation of Europe by Jared Taylor at American Renaissance
‘”The Colonization of Europe” was written 16 years ago by a Frenchman about a continent 3,500 miles away from ours, and yet the racial crisis it describes is virtually identical to our own. Even more eerily–and what makes this book so valuable–its analysis of the lickspittle mentality of European whites is a near perfect diagnosis of America’s rulers. Despite distance, language and cultural barriers, and even a long history of Franco-American antagonism, the same psychological disease rages on both sides of the Atlantic. All Western nations have the same disease. This is deeply sobering, but our similarities are so great that if even just one government pulls back from the brink, it could be a model for the rest. The author is the prolific and talented Guillaume Faye […] offered to English-speaking readers by the increasingly indispensable Arktos.” (Read more)
Review of Guillaume Faye’s The Colonisation of Europe by Julian Langness at Counter-Currents
‘It is likely that many centuries hence, when the historic events which will have taken place in Europe in the first decades of this century are discussed and referenced, famous books will be associated with them. Just as today we cannot discuss the fall of Rome without invoking Gibbon, it is likely that other books will gain a similar stature and relevance in connection to our own civilizational upheaval. Guillaume Faye’s book ‘The Colonization of Europe’ deserves such an honor… It is a courageous, passionate, and exhaustive catalog of that which has brought Europe to its current state, and a strongly worded evocation of what Europe’s future could (and must) look like… It serves as a strenuously inclusive collection of every cause, effect, and implication associated with mass immigration in Europe.’ (Read more)
The Consequences of Equality
The Consequences of Equality is a critical analysis of egalitarianism. Economics, political theory, ethical theory, and sociology are all used to tackle some of the most controversial questions of the day: “What is the nature of equality?” “Are people truly equal, and in what ways?” “What would it mean if they are not?” and, most […]
Smart and Sexy
With more than 300 citations of peer-reviewed journal articles, Smart and SeXy presents the latest research with regards to sex differences in intelligence and their biological causes all in one place. It also provides evolutionary rationales for why and how sex differences in intelligence evolved to begin with; and it does so without concern for […]
The Colonisation of Europe
In this book, Guillaume Faye, the firebrand of the French New Right, confronts the phenomenon of mass immigration head-on. Rather than talking about ‘immigration’, Faye insists that we must speak of a massive colonisation settlement of the West by peoples from the Global South. This, together with declining birthrates, means that Europeans will soon become […]
The Real Right Returns
The Right is coming back. After decades of humiliation and political failures, the opposition is reorganising, catching up with the times, and getting itself in order. It is none too soon. Europe faces numerous challenges, challenges which the entrenched, incompetent elites of politics, academia, and the mass media are unable and unwilling to confront. Uncontrolled […]