Entries by Tom Sunic, Ph.D.

Review of Kerry Bolton’s “Yockey: A Fascist Odyssey”

Kerry Bolton, Yockey: A Fascist Odyssey (Arktos, 2018) What follows is my foreword to Kerry Bolton’s recently released book on Francis Parker Yockey. This is the first time an exhaustive work on the prominent Euro-American Fascist activist and philosopher, Francis Parker Yockey, is being offered to a wide readership in the English-speaking world.  Naturally, for […]

Brussels: the Empire of Fake News

  Below is the translation of my lecture delivered at a literature conference in Lille, France, on March 9, 2018. The event was sponsored by the publishing house Le Retour aux  Source and Edition  Bios. Other speakers included authors, journalists, and publishers Robert Steuckers,  Alessandro Sansoni and Pierre- Antoine  Plaquevent. Next day, just a block […]

Authentic Heidegger vs. Inauthentic “Fake” News, Part 2

Go to Part 1. The expression “fake news” has a generic purpose whose meaning varies with each individual user. This phrase, alongside a number of other phrases describing language manipulation in the media, can be ranked in the category of Heidegger’s “idle talk.” The political effects of idle talk and its related word “newspeak” were […]

Academic Censorship and Self–Censorship: Once upon a Time in the Land of the Free 

This is a short address given at the dinner, sponsored by the Propertarian Institute in NY, on September 26, after the earlier round table held at the New York University. Allow me to say a few words about the media witch-hunt targeting now non-conformist intellectuals, including some of our friends here. Firstly, however, let me […]

The Notion of Racial Diversity in German Academia and National-Socialist Legislation, Part 2

Men and women in traditional folk costumes from the island of Susak, Croatia. Susak is one of the smallest islands in Europe, having the most endogenous population in Europe. Most of Susak’s descendants live in New Jersey, USA. Introduction: What follows are more translated excerpts on race, taken from rare and difficult-to access books written […]