New Books from Arktos
Money Power: A Force for Freedom or Slavery? by Isac Boman
Based on a thesis at Abo Akademi University, Money Power: A Force for Freedom or Slavery?, is a bold and original contribution to a field which is commonly misperceived as nearly self-evident and unproblematic within mainstream economics.
Its core argument is revolutionary in several regards. First, it presents innovative perspectives on money as a general phenomenon. Second, it exposes the hidden realm of the banking sector. Third, it illuminates possibilities for alternative monetary systems in contrast to the current monolithic monetary culture.
The book is written in a remarkable style, especially given that economic science is pervaded by some of the oldest and most conventional vocabularies to be found within any field. The text flows smoothly and at times has the feel of reading a detective novel.
The Future of the Intelligentsia & For a French Awakening by Charles Maurras
Charles Maurras (1868–1952) was one of the earliest and most inspiring anti-modernists in Europe but has been little read or recognised outside France. This edition presents the first English translation of two of Maurras’ most important essays, L’avenir de l’intelligence (1904/1905) and Pour un réveil français (1943). His views on the significance of tradition, money and the intelligentsia in the modern state in the first of the two essays are perhaps even more significant to nationalist-minded readers today than they were at the time of its composition. In the second essay, Maurras’ analysis of the monarchical tradition of French politics is a reminder that true conservatism is impossible in a parliamentary system geared to international financial interests, while formerly monarchical nations are viable only to the extent to which they continue the politico-social systems of their founding princes.
Archeofuturism 2.0 by Guillaume Faye
$18.25 Paperback, 202 pages
$29.95 Hardback, 202 pages
In Archeofuturism, which became a cult classic in some circles, Guillaume Faye stipulated that the twenty-first century would not develop in line with the forecasts. We will soon live through — and it is already beginning — an explosive return of the archaic which will give the future the face of a dream — or of a nightmare, depending on one’s perspective.
In this book, Faye presents his ideas in the form of a series of eleven stories showing the trajectory of Western civilisation: they begin in the summer of 1914, and they end long after your death.
Archeofuturism 2.0 is a thrilling work of science fiction that will haunt your dreams and awaken your unspoken desires.
“Arla Gryning” by Arla Gryning. Music from an excellent past, for an excellent future. The enchanting melancholy of the traditional Swedish music, the heroic vigor of the baroque and the expressiveness and the distorted sounds of heavy rock.
After the success of our previous Kickstarter campaign to get Joakim “Oskorei” Andersen’s book Ur ruinerna (Rising from the Ruins) published, it is high time to get it published in English as well, and organize a proper release party under the name Identitarian Ideas IX – Rising from the Ruins . The event will take place on Saturday, February 25:th, 2017.
Since this will most likely be the most important AltRight event in Europe — and possibly the World — in 2017, we urge you to get your tickets now not to miss out (we have set a limit of attendants at 300), as well as pre-purchase the English edition of his book.
Name-tags will be available on location, with a name or handle of your choice, as well as signifying your VIP, Super-VIP or God-Emperor status.
The event will be live-streamed by Red Ice TV, and at least two prominent podcasts will have live broadcasts from the conference.
Let us join forces and take another important step towards Making Europe Great Again.
Speakers: Lana Lokteff, RamZPaul, Jason Reza Jorjani, Matthew Forney, John B. Morgan, Daniel Friberg, Henrik Palmgren, Isac Boman, Daniel “Conrad” Frändelöv, Jonas De Geer, Dan Eriksson, Magnus Söderman, Alexander “@alexstrongmann” Syding, Fredrik Hagberg, Constantin von Hoffmeister… (More to be announced)
The Daily Beast
Daniel Friberg, 38, a Swedish-born former mining executive, began Arktos, now the biggest alt-right publishing company in the world, seven years ago.
Excerpt from Archeofuturism 2.0 by Guillaume Faye.
Excerpt from Understanding Islam by Guillaume Faye.